About This Program
The Bachelor's/ Master of Science in Public Health is designed exclusively for undergraduate students currently enrolled at Johns Hopkins University (JHU).
JHU undergraduate students have the unique opportunity to seek early admission to the Master of Science in Public Health degree. The combined Bachelor's/Master of Science in Public Health program emphasizes the prevention of illness, disease, and health care inequalities, drawing on fundamental knowledge from biology and the social and behavioral sciences.
The MSPH degree provides students with a broad foundation in public health as well as coursework concentrated in one of our five areas of interest including: Adolescent Health; Child Health, Maternal, Fetal and Perinatal Health; Population and Health; and Women's, Sexual and Reproductive Health.
16 credits taken at JHSPH as an undergrad will transfer to the master’s degree. Students in this program will receive co-advising from both schools to optimize their academic experience.
To learn more, please review the specific program details for the Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) program offered by the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health.
Apply up to 16 credits
earned during senior year
during senior year
5 areas of interest
choose 1 as your focus
Field placement & master's essay
completed at the end of program
What Can You Do With This Degree?
- Policy Associate
- Program Officer
- Public Health Advisor
- Research Associate
- Research Data Analyst
Bachelor's/ Master of Science in Public Health degree applications should be submitted through SOPHAS Express by July 1 between junior and senior years.
Eligible Majors: all majors welcome
- a general level biology or biological science course
- an upper level mathematics course (calculus and statistics recommended)
- a general-level biology or biological science course
Applicants must submit the following:
- Transcripts from Johns Hopkins University and, if applicable, transcripts from any other college-level institutions you have attended*
- Three letters of recommendation
- Resume or curriculum vitae
- Statement of purpose and objectives
*Please send an official transcript to the Admissions Services Office at:
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 N. Wolfe St., Ste. E1002
Baltimore, MD 21205
Questions about the program? We're happy to help.
Director of the Undergraduate Program in Public Health Studies
Academic Program Administrator