Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health - Academic Degrees and Departments

Academic Degrees and Departments

The School offers four Master’s degrees (Master of Public Health - MPH, Master of Science in Public Health - MSPH, Master of Health Science - MHS, Master of Health Administration - MHA, and the Master of Science - ScM) and three Doctoral degrees (Doctor of Philosophy – PhD, Doctor of Public Health – DrPH, and Doctor of Science - ScD), as well as postdoctoral training and residency programs in general preventive medicine and occupational medicine. The School also offers a host of combined and certificate training programs in various areas of public health. The Bloomberg School is composed of ten academic departments:

  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Biostatistics
  • Environmental Health Sciences
  • Epidemiology
  • Health, Behavior and Society
  • Health Policy and Management
  • International Health
  • Mental Health
  • Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
  • MPH Program (School-wide)
  • Population, Family and Reproductive Health
  • Graduate Training Program in Clinical Investigation (JHSPH and JHU School of Medicine collaborative program)

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