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SOPHAS Express

The School of Public Health Application System’s (SOPHAS) Express portal offers a condensed application process for internal applicants to select special-degree programs at Brown School.

SOPHAS Express Eligibility

Current Washington University in St. Louis students meeting any of the criteria below are eligible to apply through SOPHAS Express:

  • Students currently enrolled in the Brown School’s MSW program applying to the MSW/MPH dual degree program
  • Students currently enrolled in Olin Business School’s MBA program, applying to the MPH/MBA joint degree program
  • Students currently enrolled in Washington University School of Medicine’s MSOT program applying to the MPH/MSOT joint degree program
  • Students currently enrolled in their third-year of Washington University School of Medicine’s MD program applying to the MD/MPH joint-degree program
  • Students currently enrolled in The Graduate School’s PhD Program in Anthropology applying to the PhD/MPH joint degree program
  • Undergraduate students currently enrolled in their junior year at Washington University’s College of Arts & Sciences applying to the 3-2 MPH program

SOPHAS Express Application Process

  1. Create a SOPHAS Express account
  2. Log into your account and select to Filter by Institution
  3. Select Washington University in St. Louis Brown School Public Health Programs and select the program to which you are applying
  4. Select I am Done. Review My Selections
  5. Select Continue to My Application
  6. Complete all sections of the application and provide all required materials
  7. Pay the required SOPHAS Express application fee ($50) using VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express. The Brown School’s Office of Admissions & Recruitment cannot waive SOPHAS Express application fees
  8. Submit your application

Students are encouraged to review the SOPHAS Express Instructions prior to beginning their application.