Admission | BS in Public Health Education

Learn about admission requirements, compare our online bachelor’s degree programs, and get information on applying.

Admission Requirements

  • Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended (min. GPA 2.5)

  • Only grades of C or higher can transfer.

  • Completed application and fee

  • Prior degree required (AA, AS, BA, or BS)



How to Transfer Credits

Students may transfer a maximum of 64 semester hours from a community college, or an unlimited number of hours from an accredited 4-year institution. Visit UNC Greensboro's Transfer Credit Policies to learn more.

How to Apply

Follow these steps to make the application process as easy as possible!

Step 1: Check your eligibility

Refer to the Admission Requirements above for details.

Step 2: Decide when to start

Admission Deadlines by Semester
  Fall Admission Spring Admission Summer Admission

Transfer Students

Regular Deadline: March 1

Rolling Deadline: July 15

December 1

May 1 (Summer Session I)

June 1 (Summer Session II)

Former UNCG Students

If you left in good standing: July 15

If not in good standing, check with the Students First Office.

If you left in good standing: Dec. 1

If not in good standing, check with the Students First Office.

May 1 (Summer Session I)

June 1 (Summer Session II)

Note: These dates are subject to change. Visit Undergraduate Admissions for the latest information.

Step 3: Apply online

- Public Health Education: Health Studies (BS)

  • Complete the Community Standards Questions and NC residency portions of the application.

  • Submit the $65 nonrefundable application fee.

  • Have your transcripts sent to UNCG Undergraduate Admissions, P.O. Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170.

    Please Note: Your application won’t be considered complete without official transcripts. Schools will not release your transcripts if you have ANY outstanding bills.




  • If you have questions about the application process, call Undergraduate Admissions at 336.334.5243.
  • Looking for your admissions counselor? Visit Undergraduate Admissions.
  • If you have questions about this online program, contact an advisor at


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