With hundreds of millions of people worldwide in need of humanitarian assistance, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health, is responding to the increasing demands for leadership and expertise in humanitarian health efforts. Our online master's program is ideal for mid-level professionals in the public health field who seek to broaden their impact in administration, program management, strategy, and policy development and research.
Ranked the No.1 school of public health in the United States, the Bloomberg School delivers an unparalleled online master's program. Students engage with professors at the top of their fields who lead a flexible, yet robust curriculum, rich in up-to-date research and real-world and operational insights. Explore how today's events impact populations, and learn to apply effective, multidisciplinary approaches to safeguard public health among populations affected by humanitarian emergencies and disasters.
Every minute of every day, humanitarians like you deliver support to communities across the globe, many of which are battling critical, life-threatening situations. The Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health are committed to preparing professionals like you to tackle these complex and dynamic challenges, and to explore the humbling opportunities in leading humanitarian and public health efforts across the world.
The Master of Applied Science in Humanitarian Health prepares future public health practitioners, researchers, program directors, scholars and policymakers to address the large-scale public health issues encountered in humanitarian emergency and disaster settings. Graduates of this online program are prepared to take on a range of life-changing roles, guiding organizations in health service planning and delivery, applied research and public health advocacy.
in 2 academic years
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as the No. 1 School of Public Health
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