Master of Applied Science in Humanitarian Health
An online, part-time degree providing advanced skills in health-related practice and research, humanitarian emergency and disaster response program management and leadership, and advocacy and research.
The Master of Applied Science in Humanitarian Health is a fully online degree program offered by the Bloomberg School of Public Health, in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health. Our program is ideal for mid-level professionals in the humanitarian field who wish to broaden their impact in administration, program management, strategy and policy development and research.
Advantages of this fully online graduate program:
- Led by renowned experts who are shaping the field through research and application
- Online delivery gives flexibility and accessibility to students around the world
- Competitive price point for tuition
APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 10, 2018 for Fall 2018 Applications
|The application for the MAS in Humanitarian Health is open in SOPHAS. The deadline for applications has been extended to Tuesday, July 10, 2018. All supporting documents must be submitted to SOPHAS on or before July 27, 2018 for consideration in the Fall 2018 cohort. International students will need to allow additional time for processing of WES course by course credential evaluations prior to the noted deadlines. For more information, please call 844-379-1319 to speak with an admissions officer or visit our OPAL admissions page.|
A Live Virtual Open House for the MAS in Humanitarian Health was held in April 2018.
For a recording of this virtual open house for the Humanitarian Health program, please click the image below.
The Bloomberg School of Public Health invites you to join us on June 27th for a live Q&A session to discuss our online Master of Applied Science in Humanitarian Health. Our admissions officer and the Program Director, Paul Spiegel, MD, will be available to answer any questions you may have about the programs or admissions process.
- Date: June 27, 2018
- Time: 12:00 PM – 12:30PM EDT
- To register for the event, click here.
We encourage you to view the recording of our most recent Virtual Open House (linked above) before attending the Q&A session to learn more about the programs’ curriculum, admissions process and tuition.
We look forward to having you join us!
HUMANITARIAN AID AND DISASTER RELIEF
Natural disasters, military conflicts and chronic poverty have left millions in need of humanitarian aid. Public health efforts to combat these events span every corner of the globe, each presenting their own set of challenges and opportunities. The Bloomberg School of Public Health is responding to the increasing demands for leadership and expertise in the field of humanitarian health.
The online Master of Applied Science in Humanitarian Health prepares future leaders to address the large-scale public health, science and health service challenges experienced in humanitarian and disaster settings. Students go on to fulfill vital roles as public health practitioners, researchers, program directors, scholars and policy makers.
WHAT CAN THIS DEGREE DO FOR YOU?
Graduates gain necessary tools to adopt and adapt to the rapidly changing roles of the humanitarian professional and to support humanitarian organizations in service delivery, applied research and public health advocacy. The Humanitarian Health Master’s program focuses on both local and global issues, and prepares students to address public health problems through multidisciplinary approaches that apply the latest scientific knowledge.
Interested in Humanitarian Health careers and what you can do with this degree? Check out the careers page.
GET IN TOUCH
Request more information or call us at 844-379-1319 to speak with an admissions officer.
OPAL Program Office
Elizabeth Golub, PhD, MEd
Director, Online Programs for Applied Learning
Email: email@example.com Phone: (410) 502-2502
State-specific Information for Online Students
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