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Health Policy and Management

BA/MHS in Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences program in Public Health have a unique opportunity to seek early admission to the MHS in Health Economics and Outcomes Research degree.

The BA/MHS in Health Economics and Outcomes Research through the Department of Health Policy and Management is designed exclusively for undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences program in Public Health. The program is focused on economic evaluation and outcomes research methods for healthcare. This rigorous program develops data analytic and economic modeling skills, as employed in the health policy context. In addition to coursework, students complete an independent capstone project with guidance from faculty using taught methods. Graduates work in public health research, healthcare consulting, pharmaceuticals or insurance industries. Many graduates go on to pursue doctoral study in health services research, health economics or other areas of economics or public health.

Students in this program will receive co-advising from both schools to optimize their academic experience.

Requirements

Applications for the BA/MHS degree are expected by July 1st between the junior and senior years to insure completion of review process prior to the first day of the academic year. Students must be accepted before the start of their senior year. Please note that admitted students must complete the BA degree before formally enrolling in the Bloomberg School of Public Health.

You may upload unofficial transcripts in the document section to expedite the application review process; however, admitted students must submit an official transcript before they can matriculate into the program.

Only current JHU Undergraduates in the Public Health Studies program are eligible to apply to this program. We encourage all other JHU undergraduates to apply to this program during the regular admissions cycle.

For further information on the BA/MHS in Health Economics and Outcomes Research program, contact Assistant Director David Earle.