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Johns Hopkins University was founded in 1876.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health was established in 1925
In 1935 the Social Security Act passes with titles to provide training for public health professionals.

Courses offered by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Master's Degree Courses

Master of Health Administration (MHA)
Master of Health Science (MHS)
Master of Public Health (MPH)
Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH)
Master of Science (ScM)
Master in Public Policy (MPP)

Doctoral Degree Programs

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Doctor of Science (ScD)
Doctor of Public Health (DrPH)

Combined Degree Programs

Master of Public Health and Master of Business Administration (MPH/MBA)
Master of Public Health and Master of Social Work (MPH/MSW)
Master of Public Health and Master of Science in Nursing (MPH/MSN)
Master of Public Health and Juris Doctor (MPH/JD)
Master of Arts and Master of Science in Public Health (MA/MSPH)
Bachelor of Arts and Master of Health Science or Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science in Public Health (BA/MHS)
Master of Science in Public Health and Registered Dietitian (MSPH/RD)
Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Philosophy (MD/PhD)
Concurrent Master's Programs for Doctoral Students

Certificate Programs

Certificates for Hopkins Students
Certificates for Hopkins and Non-Degree Students
Certificates Open to Non-Degree Students Only

Online Courses


Summer Term : July 3—August 23, 2013

Animals in Research: Law, Policy, and Humane Sciences
Introduction to Campaigning and Organizing for Public Health
Public Health Biology
Social and Behavioral Foundations of Primary Health Care
Training Methods and Continuing Education for Health Workers

First Term: September 3—October 25, 2013

Biostatistics in Medical Product Regulation
Current Issues in Public Health
Data Management Methods in Health Research Studies
Epidemiologic Basis for Tuberculosis Control
Epidemiology and Natural History of Human Viral Infections
Fundamentals of Budgeting and Financial Management
Fundamentals of Epidemiology †
Fundamentals of Occupational Health
Introduction to Biomedical and Public Health Informatics
Introduction to Clinical Trials
Introduction To Comparative Effectiveness And Outcomes Research
Leading Change through Health IT
Principles of Genetic Epidemiology 1
Introduction to Health Policy
Life Course Perspectives on Health
Methods in Quantitative Risk Assessment
Nutrition and Growth in Maternal and Child Health
Occupational Health and Vulnerable Worker Populations
Perspectives of Psychiatry
Quality Assurance Management Methods for Developing Countries
Quality of Medical Care
Refugee Health Care
Statistical Reasoning I
Statistics For Psychosocial Research: Measurement
Ventilation Controls

Second Term: October 28—December 20, 2013

Assessing Health Status and Patient Outcomes
A Brief Introduction to Public Health for Mental Health Clinicians
Case Studies in Primary Health Care
Child Health and Development
Clinical Informatics
Confronting the Burden of Injuries: A Global Perspective
Current Issues in Public Health
Demographic Methods in Public Health
Economic Evaluation I
The Economics of Tobacco Control
Epidemiology and Public Health Impact of HIV and AIDS
Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases
Food Production, Public Health, and the Environment
Global Tobacco Control
Global Disease Control Programs and Policies
Health Information Systems
Health Information Systems: Design to Deployment
Health Systems in Low and Middle Income Countries
Occupational Safety And Health Management
Population Health Informatics
Principles of Population Change
Public Health Perspectives on Research
Public Health Toxicology
Statistical Reasoning II
Vaccine Development and Application

Third Term : January 21—March 14, 2014

Adolescent Health and Development
Alternative Methods in Animal Testing
Advanced Topics on Control and Prevention of HIV/AIDS
Current Issues in Public Health
E-Health and M-Health: Using Technology to Improve Health in Low and Middle-Income Countries
Environmental Health
Fundamentals of Budgeting and Financial Management
Health Communication Programs
Health Economics
Health Information Systems: Design to Deployment
Health Information Technology Standards and Systems Interoperability
Health Management Information Systems
History of Public Health
Infection, Immunity and Undernutrition: Interactions and Effects
Introduction to Methods for Health Services Research and Evaluation *
Introduction to the Risk Sciences and Public Policy
Malariology
Managing Health Services Organizations
Noise and Other Physical Agents in the Environment
Non-Inferiority and Equivalence Clinical Trials
Observational Epidemiology
Patient Safety and Medical Errors
Prevention of Mental Disorders: Public Health Interventions
Psychiatric Epidemiology
Social and Behavioral Foundations of Primary Health Care
Social, Psychological, and Developmental Processes in the Etiology of Mental Disorders

Fourth Term : March 24—May 16, 2014

Clinical and Epidemiologic Aspects of Tropical Diseases
Clinical Vaccine Trials and Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
Cost-Effectiveness Methodological Exercises
Current Issues in Public Health
Data Management Methods in Health Research Studies
Demographic Estimation for Developing Countries
Evaluation Of Road Safety Interventions In Low And Middle Income CountriesFundamentals of Human Physiology
Global Tobacco Control
Health Communication Programs
Health Management Information Systems
Health Sciences Informatics, Knowledge Engineering and Decision Support
HIV Infection in Women, Children, and Adolescents
Hospital-based Injury/trauma Surveillance In Low- And Middle-income CountriesInternational Adolescent Health
Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Health Law
Introduction to International Health
Introduction to the U.S. Healthcare System
Nanotechnology Risk Analysis
Nutrition in Disease Treatment and Prevention
Preventing Infant Mortality and Promoting the Health of Women, Infants, and ChildrenPrinciples of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene
Program Planning for Health Behavior Change
Public Health Biology
Public Health Practice
Quantitative Analysis of Clinical Data
Risk Policy, Management and Communication
STI Prevention: Using Epidemiology to Inform Policy and Program
Suicide as a Public Health Problem
Topics in Clinical Trials
Urban Health in Developing Countries
Using Summary Measures of Population Health to Improve Health Systems

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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21205

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