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Meet our Master of Public Health Alumni.


What can you do with an MPH degree?

MPH graduates work at a vast array of organizations including health care, consulting firms, the federal government, colleges and universities, local and state health departments, hospitals, NGOs, and many, many more.

The following is employment data from a 2017 graduates survey.


Where are MPH graduates working?

  • 32% Hospital or Other Healthcare Providers
    Johns Hopkins Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital; Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne; Stanford Health Care
  • 24% Academic Institutions
    All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, Hanoi Medical University, Johns Hopkins University, King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia; London School; Yale School of Medicine
  • 16% Foundations or Non-Profits
    Doctors Without Borders, Gavi - the Vaccine Alliance, PATH, Population Services International, RTI International, The Good Food Institute
  • 15% Government
    CDC, FDA,  HRSA; Maryland Department of Health, NCI, NIH, USAID, Veterans Health Adm, WHO
  • 13% Consulting
    Apricot Forest Information Technology (Beijing), AstraZeneca, Booz Allen Hamilton, Dalberg Advisors, Genentech, IBM Watson Health, Manatt Health Strategies, RAND Corporation, Siemens Healthineers


Primary areas of responsibility

  • 1. Research 26% 
  • 2. Planning, Evaluation, Policy Analysis 17%
  • 3. Direct Provision of Healthcare Services 15%
  • 4. Administration 14% 
  • 5. Consultation Service 10% 
  • 6. Teaching 8% 
  • 7. Heath Education 8% 
  • 8. Community Organization 2% 


Listing of Common Job Titles 

  • Executive Director
  • Grants Officer, Global Development
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Health Policy Analyst
  • Consultant
  • Hospital Quality Manager
  • EIS/CDC Officer
  • Evaluation Associate
  • Medical Officer
  • Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Resident Physician
  • Global Product Strategy Senior Manager
  • Opioids Program Manager




Career Services

The Office of Career Services at the Bloomberg School helps students, alumni, faculty, staff and employers navigate the world of public health jobs. The office provides career counseling and maintains a robust database of public health jobs and internships, among other professional development needs.

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