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The Center for Gun Violence Solutions has a bold new goal of reducing gun violence by 30% by 2030. To do so, they’ll will work with states and localities to implement five priority solutions that are supported by both evidence and the majority of Americans.

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Our Academic Program Offerings

Our programs welcome those from within and outside the traditional boundaries of public health. Whether you're a future college graduate, a midcareer public health leader, or someone looking to make a career change, we have a program for you.

Registration Now Open for the 2024 Summer Institutes

Designed for busy working professionals and students, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Summer Institutes allow you to complete credit or non-credit courses in a short period of time. With over 100 courses available, there is sure to be a course for everyone.


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Master of Public Health (MPH)

The Master of Public Health (MPH) is our most flexible degree. With 12 concentrations to choose from, students can tailor their degree to their unique goals while completing classes at their own pace on campus, fully online, or a mix of the two.

We are accepting applications for the online/part-time format starting in November 2024 or January 2025.

Program Spotlight

Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH)

The Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) is a professional degree alternative to the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree for students who want more focused skills in a specific field of public health or who lack two years of health-related work experience to begin or advance a career as a public health professional. MSPH programs generally require one academic year of coursework, followed by a field placement. The field placement duration and location vary by department/concentration.

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Meet Our Faculty

Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.

Pamela Surkan
International Health

Pamela Surkan, PhD, ScD, MS, is a social epidemiologist working in the areas of mental health, child health, and development and testing of interventions to reduce health disparities.

Research Associate II
International Health

Hannah Tong, MSPH '20, researches nutrition interventions' impact on maternal, newborn, and child health at population-level in low- and middle- income countries.

Farah Qureshi
Assistant Professor
Population, Family and Reproductive Health

Farah Qureshi, ScD, MHS '10, is a social epidemiologist who studies the early life origins of cardiovascular health disparities.

Assistant Professor

Javier Cepeda, PhD, MPH, researches the intersecting epidemics of substance use, infectious disease, and justice involvement, as well as interventions needed to reduce these harms on public health.

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Pursue a degree at the #1 school of public health in one of America's best cities. With 50+ museums, a bustling restaurant scene, gorgeous parks, and more, Baltimore is a great place to study and live.


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