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The MPH has been a goal spurred by many years of humanitarian work, and the richness of the learning that Hopkins offers gives me the motivation to manage the course load while serving in Iraq as a relief and development officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).  The Epi book was ubiquitous – on the elliptical, in armored vehicles where I often studied by flashlight, through a bout with typhoid – and the internet connections are often creative...   The JHSPH courses both inform my work and give me a sense of growth that extends beyond my current context, and I am thoroughly enjoying the degree.

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We receive 20% of all federal research funds awarded to the 43 U.S. schools of public health More
43% of our part-time students are physicians More
Johns Hopkins offers the opportunity for senior health professionals to complete the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree by matriculating into the part-time Internet-based format in the Fall Institut More
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Our faculty have ongoing research in more than 90 countries More

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