Why Summer Institutes?
- Network with public health leaders.
- Explore real-world concerns and solutions.
- Reach your careers goals.
Public Health Summer Institutes 2020--All courses to be offered in a distance-learning, remote format. Please visit the Special Considerations for Summer 2020 page.
Registration: Opens February 11, 2020 and continues throughout the summer
First Class Begins May 26, 2020
Spend a day or several weeks learning all things public health at the Johns Hopkins Institutes of Public Health this summer, online, from the comfort of your own home! In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Bloomberg School will offer all of its Summer Institute courses entirely online, so that participants from all over the world can access the essential public health information in these courses, without needing to travel. In the information-rich, engaging environment of the Summer Institutes courses, participants gain practical knowledge to impact real-world public health concerns.
As faculty adapt their courses to a fully online format, course schedules are changing; please check back frequently here to see the course schedules prior to registering.
Working professionals with busy schedules or students looking to pick up some extra credits may choose from more than 100+ courses taught by leaders in public health.
The Summer Institutes give you the time you need to enjoy the summer and the flexibility to continue your educational and career goals. From current health care policy to epidemiological research to disease eradication and more—there’s a topic to fulfill your interests.
- Online courses
- Course vary in length, for maximum flexibility
- 100+ courses span many topics
- Credit or non-credit classes
- World-renowned faculty
- Open Admissions
All courses are available for academic credit, but participants can choose to take courses not-for-credit for a reduced cost.
The Summer Institutes are organized by individual departments within the Bloomberg School. Students can take courses in multiple institutes or focus exclusively on one department’s offerings.
Updated April 17, 2020