John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health offers its prestigious Masters of Public Health. The program is designed for professionals to be leaders in public health profession. Graduates of this program are expected to spearhead initiatives to address impending global health problems. The program adopts multidisciplinary learning methodology with emphasis on strong analytical skills.
Students must have at least two-years of full-time health-related work experience to qualify. This is important because the distance learning courses are designed for immediate application from the perspective of practitioners. Students must earned this experience after your graduation. If the students earned a public health- related doctoral degree, it is considered as if the students have complied with the two-year work experience requirement. If the students are about to complete the two-year mark upon enrolment, the students are still eligible as long as they fully complied at the moment they commence their study.
If the students are a medical student or have finished medical school outside of the United States, the requirement is waived. If the students are also taking dual-degree programs, the requirement is likewise waived. The student must earned an undergraduate degree, preferably with honors, with courses in math, biology, and health-related sciences such as anatomy or nutrition. The academic transcripts will be considered together with the scores in standardized tests such as MCAT, GMAT, or LSAT. The students must submit three letters of recommendation with one coming from a practicing professional and another from the academe. For international student, students should have TOEFL scores of at least 100 for internet based and 600 for paper-based. For IELTS, it must reach at least 7.