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Summer Institutes

Summer Institute Courses

Every summer, the Bloomberg School offers a wide array of courses in a condensed format through its Johns Hopkins Institutes of Public Health. All courses are offered for academic credit, but can also be taken not for credit at a reduced cost. In the summer of 2022, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, some courses will be offered virtually; but some courses will be offered in-person at the Baltimore campus of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Students are welcome to select courses from multiple institutes.

The courses listed below are offered in different formats, and you can get a sense of the instructional delivery method by looking at the last two digits of the course number. Course numbers ending in .89 will be offered asynchronously online; course numbers ending in .79 will be taught synchronously online over Zoom, course numbers ending in .11 and .61 will be taught onsite in Baltimore, and course numbers ending in .49 are the synchronous virtual sections of courses that will be taught onsite in Baltimore-- so students registering for a .49 section will be participating virtually, while students registering for the .11 or .61 section of the same course will be participating onsite.

For the safety of the entire Bloomberg School community, all individuals who take courses onsite during the Summer Institutes must adhere to the same stringent health protocols that Bloomberg School graduate degree students are required to follow. You may view the Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 protocols in full here: https://covidinfo.jhu.edu/

Special Considerations for ONSITE Bloomberg School Summer Institute Courses: registration for all onsite courses will end 2 weeks prior to the first class session

Since students attending onsite courses will need to comply with JHU covid-19 protocols, we want to give them adequate time to prepare. For this reason, registration for all onsite courses will close two weeks before the first onsite class in that particular course.  Similarly, it will not be possible for students to “add” onsite courses during add/drop period.  

Specific directions will be forthcoming about how these coronavirus protocols apply to you and what information you will be required to provide --and when and how to provide it.

Any changes to course schedules will be updated below; cancelled institute courses will not appear in the list below.