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Our Online Master’s Degree Programs Are Still Accepting Applications For Fall


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Get a Bloomberg degree from anywhere in the world: Our fully online degree programs are still accepting applications for fall matriculation!

Programs are 100% online, skill-building master’s degrees that prepare students to address public health problems.

Master of Applied Science Programs

DEADLINE TO APPLY: July 1 for Fall 2020 matriculation

OVERVIEW: Online Programs for Applied Learning (OPAL) focus on emergent industry sectors that have a resounding need for highly skilled professionals. Degree programs include spatial analysis, humanitarian health, and patient safety and healthcare quality.

FORMAT: Part time


Master of Health Science— Population, Family and Reproductive Health

DEADLINE TO APPLY: July 1 for Fall 2020 matriculation

OVERVIEW: The MHS Online program is designed for professionals to further their career and enhance skills in program evaluation, research methods, and life course perspectives with a focus on maternal and child health.

FORMAT: Part time


Master of Arts in Public Health Biology

DEADLINE TO APPLY:  June 1 for Fall 2020 matriculation

OVERVIEW: Learn about and appreciate modern biological principles and research methods to identify, treat, and prevent public health conditions. Advance in current research, teaching or other positions in academic

institutions, industry or governmental research organizations. Also helpful to gain a solid foundation for medical school, dental school, or advanced graduate work.

FORMAT: Part time


Master of Public Health

DEADLINE TO APPLY: July 1 for November 2020 and January 2021 matriculation

OVERVIEW: The MPH provides students with a broad-based education in the areas of population health and disease. Prospective students should have a minimum of two years of full-time, post-baccalaureate, health-related work.

FORMAT: Part time or on a flexible timeline


Not sure which masters is right for you? Check out our breakdown of degree programs