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Master of Public Health

Using the Online Registration System

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

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  1. Access the ISIS Student Registration Self-Service website.
  2. Sign in using your JHED login and password.
  3. Under “I am a Student of,” select “Public Health/MPH.”
  4. Click on the “Registration” menu bar, and select “Search for classes.”
  5. Search for courses by entering the “Academic Period” and other criteria, then click “Search” to show course offerings.
  6. To register for a course, check the box on the right and click “Register.” Select the grade system. Keep in mind that all core courses offered for letter grade must be taken for a letter grade. Please note that all registrations should be approved by your academic advisor.
  7. Instructor Approval: Students requesting courses that require instructor approval will be prompted to confirm that they have approval. Students must obtain permission prior to registering for the class. Select “Yes” and then “Continue.”
  8. At this point you will receive a message indicating your enrollment for the course, or an explanation for why your registration was not processed.
  9. You have the option of adding a course to your Cart. This will not register you for the course, but it allows you to process all of the preliminary steps of registration. Courses added to your Cart will be saved in your Cart even when you log out of ISIS.
  10. You can drop a course by clicking on the “Academic Info” menu bar and selecting “Registration – Add/Drop Classes.” Select the course that you want to drop and press “Drop Class.” You can only drop a class during the Add/Drop Period for the current term.
  11. To change your Personal Information, select the “Personal Info” menu bar. You can update your address, personal email address, emergency contact and salutation. To change your name, SSN, DOB, race or visa status, contact registra@jhsph.edu.
  12. You can review your Announcements (which include payment and registration information) by selecting “Announcements” on the “Personal Info” menu bar.

If you have additional questions, you can contact registra@jhsph.edu or 410-955-3552.