Master of Public Health (MPH)
Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health
USA Online, USA
Distance Learning, On-Campus
11 - 36 months
Full time, Part time
USD 73,980 / per credit *
Earliest start date
* for 11-month program. $1,233 per credit: for online/part-time program. Additional fees may apply. Scholarships are available
Turn your passion into action with a Master of Public Health from the nation’s leader. We set the standard for public health on a global scale.
What Distinguishes the Hopkins Master of Public Health?
The Master of Public Health is a school-wide degree program. The rigorous curriculum prepares students to become leading public health professionals capable of addressing current global health problems with multidisciplinary, evidence-based approaches.
During the program, students interact with public health faculty members renowned for teaching, practice, and ongoing research around the world. In this diverse and collaborative learning environment, students learn as much from each other as they do from their coursework.
Dual Degree Options
A dual degree combines training in public health with another field, like business or law, to position students for niches in the job market. For all dual-degree programs, the MPH coursework is completed in a full-time format.
- MPH/MBA with the Carey Business School
- MBA/MPH with China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)
- DNP Executive/MPH
The application requirement of 2 years of full-time, post-baccalaureate, health-related work experience is waived for applicants to all dual-degree programs EXCEPT the MPH/MBA program with the Carey Business School.
The Johns Hopkins MPH Program is designed to provide students with critical multidisciplinary training to help solve global health problems. Students are required to select from a range of MPH core courses that comprise approximately 45-50 credits of the 80 credits required for graduation. Students have the flexibility to customize the remaining credits of their curriculum to their areas of interest to achieve an appropriate balance between depth and breadth.
To earn the degree, students must complete 80 credits. The program is composed of:
- Core Courses
- Elective Courses
- Advising & Goals Analysis
- Practicum Experience
- Capstone Project
- MPH Field Experience Fund
What can you do with an MPH degree?
MPH graduates work at a vast array of organizations including health care, consulting firms, the federal government, colleges and universities, local and state health departments, hospitals, NGOs, and many, many more.
Where are MPH graduates working?
- 32% Hospital or Other Healthcare Providers
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital; Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne; Stanford Health Care
- 24% Academic Institutions
All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, Hanoi Medical University, Johns Hopkins University, King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia; London School; Yale School of Medicine
- 16% Foundations or Non-Profits
Doctors Without Borders, Gavi - the Vaccine Alliance, PATH, Population Services International, RTI International, The Good Food Institute
- 15% Government
CDC, FDA, HRSA; Maryland Department of Health, NCI, NIH, USAID, Veterans Health Adm, WHO
- 13% Consulting
Apricot Forest Information Technology (Beijing), AstraZeneca, Booz Allen Hamilton, Dalberg Advisors, Genentech, IBM Watson Health, Manatt Health Strategies, RAND Corporation, Siemens Healthineers
Program Admission Requirements
Demonstrate your commitment and readiness to succeed in business school by taking the GMAT exam – the most widely used exam for admissions that measures your critical thinking and reasoning skills.
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