Idaho State University Master of Public Health (BA or BS/MPH)

The Master of Public Health Cooperative Program is a collaborative effort with Idaho State University (ISU). Students will complete all of the requirements for a BA or BS degree at The College of Idaho, including the prerequisites for entrance into the Idaho State University Master of Public Health program. Students who complete The College of Idaho portion of this program will receive a BA or BS degree in the major they have completed. Upon completion of the Idaho State University portion of the program, students will earn a Master of Public Health from Idaho State University.

Entrance into the Idaho State University program is competitive. Idaho State University has offered at least two admission seats to College of Idaho students each year, but it is possible that more than two College of Idaho students will apply. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 in all prerequisite courses and in all upper-division courses, and must apply for the Idaho State University program by January of their senior year. Students must meet minimum standards on the GRE and meet the entrance standards for the Idaho State University MPH program. For a complete description of the Idaho State University program and detailed requirements for admission, see their website.

Prerequisite Requirements

Required

HHP106Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology

3 credits

HHP106LIntroduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory

1 credit

-or

BIO-224Human Anatomy and Physiology I

3 credits

BIO-224LHuman Anatomy and Physiology I Lab

1 credit

- 

BIO-201Molecules to Cells

3 credits

BIO-201LMolecules to Cells Lab

1 credit

-or

BIO-210LMolecules to Cells Research-Based Lab

1 credit

- 

BIO-202Organismal Biology

3 credits

BIO-202LOrganismal Biology

1 credit

BIO-203Ecology, Evolution and Diversity

3 credits

BIO-203LEcology Evolution and Diversity Lab

1 credit

BUS-360Principles of Marketing

3 credits

BUS-366Marketing Communication

3 credits

HHP-151Personal Fitness

1 credit

MAT-150Applied Calculus: a Modeling Approach

4 credits

PSY-404Abnormal Psychology

3 credits