Undergraduate Admissions

GW offers three undergraduate majors in the  Milken Institute School of Public Health. Our programs allow you to develop a broad understanding of exercise science, nutrition science, and/or public health, while gaining the practical experience needed to launch your career. Undergraduates in the school of public health will develop experience and knowledge to improve health and wellbeing and meaningfully enhance quality of life among individuals and populations.

Prospective Students

Students may enter all three SPH majors (BS in Exercise Science, BS in Nutrition Science, and BS in Public Health) as a first-year student when they apply to GW through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions using the C Common Application.. Prospective GW students should review the undergraduate admissions page for details about the process.

Current Students

The BSPH major will accept all qualified applicants into the major through the internal transfer process.  Students must have a 2.75 GPA or higher to qualify for the major. The Registrar is currently updating the internal transfer form to allow for transfers into the BSPH major. We will post a link to the form here when the revised form is ready for use. Internal transfer forms must be completed by February 15th (for fall transfer) and October 15th (for spring transfer).  For Spring 2020 only, we will keep the admissions link in place for students who have already submitted an application or miss the internal transfer deadline.
 
Please direct all questions to the School of Public Health undergraduate advisors at sphundergrad@gwu.edu. It is highly recommended that interested current students meet with an undergraduate advisor in the Milken Institute School of Public Health to discuss their degree plans before applying.

 

The George Washington University does not unlawfully discriminate in its admissions programs against any person on any basis prohibited by law, including without limitation, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, pregnancy, or familial or marital status.