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  School of Public Health 2022-2024 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration Degree/Concentration Transfers  

Degree/Concentration Transfers

Once an applicant accepts an admission offer from a concentration and enrolls, that student is considered to be a student at that location in that concentration. Please note that students may take courses at any of the school's locations without effecting any type of transfer.

Program Degree Transfers
If a student wishes to officially transfer to a different degree (M.P.H. to M.S. or M.S. to M.P.H.) within the Rutgers School of Public Health, they must make a request, by completing a Request for Program Degree Transfer form found on the school's website. This form must be submitted to the Office of Admissions. The relevant department chair/concentration director of the new program degree will review the student's original admission file as well as the student's school transcript in order to make a decision regarding the transfer request. Changes in doctoral degree program (Ph.D. to Dr.P.H. or Dr.P.H. to Ph.D.) are not permitted. Students should be made aware that all credits might not necessarily transfer from one degree program to another. A student can only be enrolled in one degree program of study at a time.

Concentration Transfers
If a student wishes to change their concentration, they must complete and submit a Request for Change of Concentration form to the receiving concentration. The department chair/concentration director of the receiving concentration will review the student's original admissions file as well as the student's school transcript in order to make a decision regarding the request. Requests for change in concentration may not be made until a student spends at least one semester in the concentration where they was originally accepted. A Request for Change of Concentration form is available on the school's website.
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