Healthcare Administration

Everything You Need to Know About Your MPH or MHA Application

Everything You Need to Know About Your MPH or MHA Application
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Andrew Levine August 24, 2020

What the difference between SOPHAS and HAMPCAS and how do you use them?

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Believe it or not, applying to graduate school may be fairly similar to applying to undergraduate. If you are interested in applying for a Master of Public Health (MPH) or a Master of Health Administration (MHA), you might have seen the abbreviations SOPHAS and HAMPCAS on different schools’ websites. In this article, I will explain these applications in order to provide clarity for prospective MPH and MHA applicants.

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