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Virtual Info Sessions

Can’t make it to Baltimore for an in-person visit? Virtual info sessions offer interested students a chance to view live or previously recorded webinars about what life is like here at the Bloomberg School.

See the list below for the 2019-20 Virtual Session Schedule. (Please note that all times are listed as EST/EDT.) 

Miss a session? Check back after the scheduled date to listen to a recording.

Virtual Info Sessions Schedule

Virtual Chat Sessions

While we currently can't have visitors to the school, Admissions will offer weekly virtual chat sessions on Thursdays from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. (Eastern Time). Chat sessions are great way to get questions answered about the School, programs, or life in Baltimore. Can't chat on the date listed below? Email us at jhsph.admiss@jhu.edu and we can find a time that works for you!   

Click here to register and access the chat sessions at the designated time 

School-Wide Sessions
 

The Ins and Outs of Applying to the Bloomberg School

This virtual session introduces you to the ever-evolving field of public health as well as how to navigate through the admissions process at the Bloomberg School. This is your opportunity to hear directly from Admissions Representatives on what exciting opportunities await you here as well as the ins and outs of applying to public health graduate programs. You will also receive information about popular career options in the field and how our alumni network can help you in your decision. The Bloomberg School has a large number of academic offerings and we understand you may have questions regarding which direction to take or which program is right for you. If so, then this session is for you. We hope you’ll join us!

Friday, September 13, 2019 12 p.m.Session Recording
Wednesday, October 30, 2019 12 p.m.Session Recording

MAPHB, MAS, MBE, MHA, MHS, MPH, MSPH & ScM... What's the Difference?

You've probably noticed that we offer eight—yes eight!—master's degrees in public health. And you may have wondered how they differ from one another and which one is right for you. This virtual session will explain the differences between our eight master's degrees. From duration of program, to program components, to special application requirements, we will cover it all. We understand how overwhelming it can be to research graduate school programs so we want to help you decide which Bloomberg School master's degree program is the best fit for you. Hope to "see" you there!

Thursday, October 10, 2019 12 p.m.Session Recording

Department and Program-Specific Sessions 
 

Learn about the degree programs in the Department of Epidemiology. Representatives from the department will provide details about the degree programs; research and practice within the department; career outcomes; and tips on applying to the department.  

November 14, 2019 1 p.m.Session Recording

The Department of Health, Behavior and Society will host an information session about the Master of Science in Public Health in Health Education and Health Communication and the Master of Health Science in Social Factors in Health. Program directors will provide details about the degree programs; research and practice within the department; career outcomes; and tips on applying to the department.  

November 14, 2019 4 p.m.Session Recording

Learn more about the Master of Health Science (MHS) in Global Health Economics and the concentrations within the Master of Science in Public Health. The Department of International Health is a global leader and partner in building capacity and identifying, developing, testing, and implementing practices and policies that help the world’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged people improve their health and well-being. Applicants can choose from four different concentrations including: Global Disease Epidemiology and ControlHealth SystemsHuman NutritionSocial and Behavioral Interventions

December 11, 2019 12 p.m. Session Recording

The Master of Health Administration (MHA) program will host an information session during the time listed below. Representatives from the program will provide details about the degree program; career outcomes; and tips on applying to the program.  

November 21, 2019 3 p.m.Session Recording

The Master of Health Science in Health Economics & Outcomes Research (MHS-HEOR)  and Master of Science in Public Health in Health Policy programs will host an information session during the time listed below. Representatives from the department will provide details about the degree programs; research and practice within the department; career outcomes; and tips on applying to the department.  

November 14, 2019 12 p.m.Session Recording

Join the Department of Mental Health for a virtual session to discuss the Master of Health Science program. The Department of Mental Health offers a unique perspective within the School of Public Health.The Department of Mental Health engages in population-based research on the etiology, occurrence, prevention and control of mental, alcohol-, and drug-dependence disorders. Learn how you can complete the program within 9 months.

March 4, 2020 12 p.m.            Session Recording 

The Master of Public Health (MPH) program will host an information session during the time listed below. Representatives from the program will provide details about the degree program curriculum and opportunities; career outcomes; and tips on applying to the program.  

December 9, 2019 12 p.m.Session Recording

Are you interested in acquiring skills critical to improving health care services across the world? Do you want to learn how economic principles are used to promote healthy lifestyles, positive health outcomes, and equitable access to care? Learn more about the Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) in Health Systems and the Master of Health Science (MHS) in Global Health Economics

December 4, 2019 12:15 p.m.Session Recording

The Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health will host an information session about the the master's degree programs. Program directors will provide details about the degree programs; research and practice within the department; career outcomes; and tips on applying to the department.  

December 9, 2019 12 p.m.Session Recording