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Online Programs

There has never been a more meaningful time to study public health.

And with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Hybrid Campus, accessing our state-of-the-art curriculum and being part of our community has never been easier! 

Become a public health leader from any device, anywhere in the world. Our hybrid campus promises to offer an exciting, engaging experience that will fully prepare you for the public health challenges we are facing now and in the future.

While your lessons will be online, you will learn as if you are on campus: taking classes, attending a noon-time seminar, joining a study group to prepare for a final exam, meeting with your advisor, reaching out to a teaching assistant for extra help, participating in a research project or practice activity, connecting with alumni, accessing our career services, and—perhaps most importantly—getting to know our faculty and your fellow students who will become lifelong colleagues and friends.

Our classroom instruction draws on well-established teaching practices and Bloomberg School technology that maximizes faculty and student engagement while providing the flexibility to meet the demands we are all facing in these unprecedented times.

Together we can make a difference in creating a healthier future—from anywhere in the world!

Learn more about our online student experience

Study online at the #1 school of public health and become one of the health leaders of tomorrow.

Doctor of Public Health (DrPH)

Accepting Applications until December 1

Designed for mid-career public health workers who intend to pursue leadership positions.

Requires an MPH or similar degree as well as a minimum of three years of professional, full-time public health experience in the applicant's area of interest.

Learn more about the DrPH 

Master of Applied Science Programs

Our MAS Office programs focus on emergent industry sectors that have a resounding need for highly skilled professionals.

Master of Applied Science Programs MAS Office Certificate Programs

Application deadline - July 1

Application deadline - July 1

Learn more about the MAS Office programs

Master of Arts in Public Health Biology

Accepting Applications until June 1

A fully online, part-time degree offered by the No. 1 school of public health in the country.

Learn more about the MA in Public Health Biology

Master of Health Science in Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Accepting Applications until January 15

This program focuses on economic evaluation and outcomes research methods for healthcare, and can be completed online on a full-time or part-time basis.

Learn more about the Master of Health Science in Health Economics and Outcomes Research

Master of Health Science in Mental Health

Accepting Applications until June 1

This program provides a foundation in the research methods and content-area knowledge essential to public mental health, and can be completed online on a full-time basis.

Learn more about the Master of Health Science in Mental Health

Master of Health Science in Population, Family, and Reproductive Health Online

Accepting Applications until June 1

Designed for working professionals and prepares students for further graduate work or research careers in maternal and child health.

Learn more about the Master of Health Science in PRFH Online

Master of Public Health

Accepting Applications Year-round

Turn your passion into action. We set the standard for public health on a global scale.

Part-Time Format: Application Deadlines:
  • Flexibility for working professionals
  • 2-3 year completion
  • 3 flexible start dates: January, June, and November
  • 80 credits
  • June Start - Apply by December 1
  • January Start - Apply by July 1
  • November Start - Apply by July 1

All MPH students have the option to transition from online to in-person (when available) courses. They may also transition between part-time and full-time student status.

Learn more about the Master of Public Health

Master of Science (MS) in Toxicology for Human Risk Assessment

Accepting Applications until October 15 for a January start and June 1 for an August start

This program offers the knowledge and skills in the evolving field of human health and environmental risk assessment, and can be completed online on a part-time basis.

Learn more about the MS in Toxicology for Human Risk Assessment

Certificate Programs

Accepting Applications Year-round

Online certificate programs offer focused academic training in specific areas of public health, with topics ranging from clinical trials to health finances, spatial analysis to tobacco control.


Please review each individual certificate program page to view eligible start terms.

Application Deadlines

Application deadlines can be found on the How to Apply to a Certificate page.

Learn more about our certificate programs

Online Trainings

Accepting Applications Year-round

The Bloomberg School gives students the flexibility to participate in online training programs—from anywhere in the world. There are a number of centers and institutes that offer online trainings, capacity building programs and workshops for professionals.

Learn more about online trainings

In addition, the Bloomberg School believes that part of our mission as a premier public health institution is to share knowledge freely and openly.