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Master of Public Health

Ways to Complete the MPH

Meet our students
& alumni

Chuka Anude
I have always wanted to be a hand and a voice; a hand to help hurting people and a voice for the voiceless. This led me to medicine and now to public health... Read More
Priya Mehra
For me the Bloomberg School is a place for greater self-discovery. My background in public health... Read More
Tom Edling
I have a BS in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University, DVM from Colorado State University, and a... Read More
Jennifer Cohn
I am currently an instructor in medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania... Read More
Somnazu Nwanze
I am a medical doctor, who graduated from the University of Benin, Nigeria. My latest assignment was with the Nigerian Youth Corps... Read More
Olga Joos
Born in Florida, but raised in both Europe and the U.S., I have a strong love for traveling which now compliments my interest in public health... Read More
Gregory Tung
The online MPH is a versatile degree that has been key in my professional development. I entered the program while working full-time as a hospital administrator... Read More
Jung-Im Shin
Who would have thought that I would end up at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health? Certainly not me... Read More
Luca Passerini
I am an Italian Medical Doctor with a passion for global health and social entrepreneurship, focusing on poverty-related diseases, child health and humanitarian action... Read More
Marie Curry
I began the part-time MPH program with the goal of using my research and analytical skills to further policies that improve health... Read More
Daniel Ehlman
I earned my MPH concentrating my coursework in Epidemiology and Biostatistics with a capstone project analyzing malaria data from Tanzania... Read More
I want to effect change more than to study others’ efforts to do so.
-Sokhieng Au

The Bloomberg School MPH program is flexible and can be customized to meet a variety of professional and career goals.

Students may study in either a part-time/online format, or in a full-time format. Both formats lead to the same degree, with courses taught by Bloomberg School faculty.

There are some demographic differences between our full-time and part-time/online students. Our part-time/online students tend to be older and further along in their career paths.

Part-time/Online Format

The part-time/online format offers courses that are available days, evenings and weekends, in classroom settings, and online. Students complete the degree within two to three years of matriculation.

This format begins in January and June at our East Baltimore campus – and in November in Barcelona, Spain – with an orientation and two weeks of introductory coursework in Baltimore (orientation and one week of coursework in Barcelona).

Students can earn up to 80 percent of their academic units through more than 100 online course options. At least 20 percent of the degree is earned in a face-to-face format through any combination of:

For more information, you can review a sample part-time/online schedule or contact the MPH program office.

Full-time Format

The full-time format is a concentrated 11-month course of study at the East Baltimore campus that begins each year in late June.

The courses are structured to provide the core requirements early in the academic program starting in the summer, followed by advanced and elective coursework in the latter part of the academic year. Students can either customize their program of study to meet their individual career and educational goals, or choose an optional area of concentration. With more than 500 full-time and 600 part-time professors, the Bloomberg School provides an unparalleled intellectually stimulating environment.

For more information, you can review a sample full-time schedule or contact the MPH program office.