Transfer students apply by completing the UW Bothell new student application and selecting Health Studies as their intended major.
Internal UW Bothell Applicants
Current UW Bothell Students apply by completing the Health Studies Internal Student Application. You must also upload a Personal Statement and a Change of Major form to the application. The Personal Statement prompt is included in the application. Change of Major forms can be picked up in the Student Success Center and must be signed by a First Year and Pre-Major Advisor.
Application Timelines and Priority Deadlines
Health Studies admits fall, winter and spring quarters. Application review starts at least two quarters prior to the intended start quarter and will close when the major is full.
March 1, 2018
Entry into the major is competitive. A holistic admissions review assesses the following areas: completion of the required and preferred admission requirements, GPA, grade trend, evidence of a background and/or interest in public health, and a well-composed and developed personal statement. The Personal Statement should cover:
The main reasons for choosing the Health Studies degree program
Personal and professional goals as they relate to health
Relevant experience that has influenced your desire for a Health Studies degree
Eligibility for admission to Health Studies does not ensure acceptance into the major. Due to volume of applications, we are unable to accept all interested students. In these situations, the most highly qualified students will be selected up to the enrollment limits in the specific programs.
To Learn More
Current UW Bothell students who are interested in the Health Studies major should contact the First Year and Pre-Major Program (formerly CUSP) for more information.
Transfer applicants who would like to learn more about Health Studies should contact an Admissions Advisor. Admissions Advisors will explain more about the major and the application process.
In addition, Information Sessions presented by the program are held throughout the year. Be sure to check the calendar for an Information Session.