As you all know, the plan is to get an MPH. I have already started the application process and picked a date for the GRE. I want to start Fall 2013. The issue I want an opinion on is the specialization. I think based on my career goals, Epidemiology would be the best bet. But, when I entered my grades and everything, I quickly realized that I am running about a C average in math/statistics and a B- or so in science courses. I don't think the admissions committee would look to fondly on that for an Epidemiology specialization. I would be fine with a Community Health specialization. I can only apply for one specialization though and I guess I am outta luck if they don't think I would be okay for that specialization and won't get in. So, I want your opinion (and I will ask the College of Public Health on Monday)--is it wiser to try for Community Health based on my math/science grades?
I totally rocked my nursing classes, especially my Community and Public Health class. Do health dept. care what the specialization was for an MPH?