Master of Health Science (MHS)
The Bloomberg School offers the Master of Health Science (MHS) degree program in every department. Through in-depth study and research in a particular public health discipline, the MHS prepares students for further graduate work or research careers.
At a minimum, the MHS degree programs require four terms of full-time coursework, a written culmination such as a thesis, essay or other written exercise, and an oral presentation.
MHS Programs by Department
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Department of Biostatistics
Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Department of Epidemiology
- Cancer Epidemiology
- Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical Epidemiology
- Clinical Trials and Evidence Synthesis
- Environmental Epidemiology
- Epidemiology of Aging
- General Epidemiology and Methodology
- Genetic Epidemiology
- Infectious Disease Epidemiology
Graduate Training Program in Clinical Investigation
Department of Health, Behavior and Society
Department of Health Policy and Management
Department of International Health
Department of Mental Health
Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Note: Beginning with the 2010-11 academic year, the names of degree programs previously designated as professional MHS degree programs were changed to MSPH degree programs. Admission and graduation requirements, and educational objectives remained the same. The name change is not retroactive.