Requirements for Master of Occupational Health
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Department of Family and Preventive Medicine
Division of Occupational & Environmental Health
Minimum Degree Hours: 32
The Master of Occupational Health (MOH) degree is specially tailored for health professionals, who seek to start or advance their careers in occupational health. This degree is appropriate for those who possess an MD, DO, DVM, DDS or PhD degree (“terminal degrees”) or those exceptional individuals with a Bachelor’s degrees or other Master’s degree and extensive work experience in occupational health, who seek to further their career in occupational health.
The MOH programs require the following from applicants:
Before physicians can apply to the Masters of Occupational health degree, they must first apply to the Residency Program: https://services.aamc.org/eras/myeras2014/
- GRE scores, Quantitative, Verbal, and Written, from within the past five years (except for those with a prior U.S. doctoral degree),
- TOEFL scores for international students
- Three letters of reference,
- Goal statement not to exceed 500 words, and
The programs admit students primarily for Fall semester each year, although students may be admitted for spring semester.
The application deadline for Fall admission is April 1.
The application deadline for Spring admission is November 1.
An additional $30 late fee will be applied by the admissions office if your application is not completed by these deadlines even if your academic program has later deadlines.
Please see the University of Utah Admissions http://www.sa.utah.edu/admiss/ site for additional information regarding application documents, deadlines, and fees.