We are so excited about your interest in our Bachelor of Science in Public Health here at the UNLV School of Public Health.

Public Health is the right major for you if:

  • Preventing disease and improving the health and quality of life of people in your community or around the world excites you.
  • Social behaviors, the environment, health statistics, or healthcare administration fascinate you.
  • You love both science and community service. Why choose just one?

This page will help guide you through the application process to our program. We look forward to seeing you soon!

UNLV Admissions

For information on applying to UNLV including admission requirements, application fees, UNLV tours, and more, please visit UNLV Admissions.

Program Admissions Requirements

If you have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.75 and have completed UNLV general education math and science requirements, you are encouraged to apply for the Bachelor of Science in Public Health program.

How to Apply to Our Program

  1. If you are not yet a UNLV student, visit UNLV Admissions and select the appropriate student status within the "Be A Rebel" section to get started. In your application, select your "Major Choice" as "Undergrad Exploring Majors" or "Public Health PRE."
  2. Once you are an admitted UNLV student, complete our "Program Admissions Requirements" as listed above. These are usually completed within the sophomore year.
    Note: To graduate from the program, you must be admitted into the major before you have 30 credits remaining.
  3. See your advisor for admittance into the program. Once approved, your status will be reflected within MyUNLV.
  4. Celebrate! Welcome to our bachelor's degree program in public health.

UNLV Undergraduate Application Deadlines

  • Fall: Jul. 1
  • Spring: Dec. 1
  • Summer: Apr. 30

Next Steps

What do you do after you have submitted your application? Take a look at UNLV's post-application guide.

Are you interested in pursuing a master's degree in Public Health? Take a look at our Master of Public Health program.