New SPH students had a chance to meet with faculty
and staff during their orientation campus tour.
During orientation, new GSBS students got fitted for
their lab coats
Welcome, new GSBS and SPH students
Another group of new students have started the next step in their educational careers at the Health Science Center. Students entering the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and School of Public Health got to know the campus last week with orientation activities. Both schools started classes on August 13.
School of Public Health
• There are 25 men and 36 women.
• 30 are Texas residents, 10 are non-Texas US citizens.
• There are 21 international students from Nigeria, India and Ethiopia.
• There are 52 MPH students and nine DrPH students.
• There are five dual-degree students. Three of them are pursuing
MPH and DO degrees, and two of them are pursuing an MPH along
with an MS in applied anthropology in conjunction with UNT Denton.
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
• There are 11 men and 30 women.
• 29 are US residents and 12 are international students.
• There are 25 MS students and 16 PhD students.
• There are eight dual-degree students. One is pursuing PhD
and DO degrees. Two are pursuing PA and PhD degrees.
Five are pursuing MS and DO degrees.
• Four students are majoring in the school’s new
Cancer Biology Program.