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Master of Public Health

Master of Public Health

New Welch Scholarship
All new Online/Part-time MPH students beginning the program effective January 2016 will be awarded the new $20,000 Welch Scholarship. Learn More
Candy, Toys, and Cigarettes
Candy, Toys, and Cigarettes
Sold together at the entrance to a playground in Yerevan, Armenia
Photo by Paul Perrin
Peruvian Boy
Peruvian Boy
Drinking water in Santa Clara de Nanay
Photo by Pablo Yori
Maasai Man
Maasai Man
A Maasai man exploring digital photography during his cousin's wedding
Photo by Justin Fahey
Health Assessment in Sri Lanka
Health Assessment in Sri Lanka
Dr. Jin Kim, a part-time MPH student, at a mobile clinic in a tsunami camp in Sri Lanka
This young girl is teaching herself how to embroider. Within 10 years... Learn More
Courtney Rackers
Courtney Rackers
Recipient of Field Experience Fund, Community Health Project in the Dominican Republic

Online/Part-time MPH Program

Bloomberg School students can take MPH courses on a part-time basis in the classroom, online and in locations around the world.

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Taking Courses Before You Apply
You can take courses as a non-degree seeking student. Learn More
Federal Research Funding
We receive 20% of all federal research funds awarded to the 43 U.S. schools of public health. Learn More
43% of our part-time students are physicians. Learn More
Johns Hopkins offers the opportunity for senior health professionals to complete the MPH degree by matriculating into the part-time internet-based format in the Fall Institute. Learn More
You have access to course materials for free. Learn More
Global Impact
Our faculty have ongoing research in more than 90 countries. Learn More

The Master of Public Health is recognized as the flagship master's degree program at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

The program prepares students to become leading public health professionals capable of addressing current global health problems through multidisciplinary approaches that apply the latest scientific knowledge.

What Distinguishes the Hopkins MPH?