Johns Hopkins University
Bloomberg School of Public Health
7 masters programs, including the Master of Public Health, 3 doctoral programs (Phd, ScD and DrPH) and 9+ combined programs
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is the largest and oldest graduate school of public health. Founded in 1916 as part of the Johns Hopkins University, the School has served as the model for public health schools, creating population-level solutions to public health problems around the world.
U.S. News & World Report has designated the school as the No.1 graduate school of public health in the U.S.—most recently in its 2015 rankings—since the magazine began ranking public health schools in 1994.
The School enrolls approximately 2,250 students, with roughly one-third of them international, and has 610 full-time faculty members. Its nearly 20,000 alumni in 148 countries work in ministries of health, in cities across the U.S. and in other top public health schools.
The School has 10 academic departments—including the only department of mental health in a school of public health—conducts research in more than 130 countries and houses more than 60 specialized research institutes and centers.
The Bloomberg School will mark a century of public health leadership with Centennial activities and events throughout the 2015-2016 academic year.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999