The Master of Public Health MPH Degree – Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Master of Public Health MPH Degree – Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

master of public health a degree is, really, a
recognized broad based degree. So you have a requirement to get
a little taste of everything, but then you are able to make
the program what you want it to be to fit your needs. SPEAKER 2: If you’re going
to be a influence you have to be well prepared. SPEAKER 3: If I need a
combination of knowledge, I’m still able to
register for the courses. I really want to make me a
well-rounded public health student. SPEAKER 4: Constantly use the
media to get your message out. DANIELLE BOYDA: A lot of
sort of historical events that we now look back at
as cornerstone moments in public health are events
that our professors attended and participated in. And I think that’s really cool. MARIE DIENER-WEST:
One of our graduates was the deputy health
minister in Liberia when the Ebola virus broke out. And he was able to call
upon both colleagues as well as the Hopkins network to
try to help solve his issues. All of our MPH students
have one common thread, and that is that they have
a passion for public health and want to make a difference. What I love about our
program is that it allows them to do the full time
program in a one year period, OR the part time program over
a two to four year period. ALEXANDRA MURATA: Part
time MPH was perfect so I can work a
normal eight hour day. I can find myself, even
making time to watch lectures on the treadmill. They’re that well
organized and put together. SPEAKER 7: Yeah that’s a
terrific question Gene, in this particular case. JOHN MCGREADY: This offers
a really nice opportunity for them to get the experience
they want on terms that they can work with. MARIE DIENER-WEST: Our Master
of Public Health students are coming from
medical backgrounds. But others are
coming as individuals who have been working
with ministries of health or nonprofit organizations
in their countries. JOHN MCGREADY: That
cohort that you’re going to be part of whether,
it be virtual or in person, is unmatched. SPEAKER 8: I think
public health is even more crucial for countries
like ours that are developing. MARIE DIENER-WEST: An
amazing feature of our school is that students can work in
the east Baltimore community, they can work with community
based organizations, or public health agencies. And this is facilitated
by the connections that our faculty members have
and can make for students. ALEXANDRA MURATA: The
alumni network is huge and these professionals
aren’t just in the US, they’re worldwide. I was able to take a
course with David Jernigan, so it’s is really
fascinating to hear how alcohol marketing
and youth is really changing the face of not
only developed countries like the United States,
but also developing countries in
sub-Saharan Africa who get exposed to a whole
wider range of things than you even thought
you were interested in. DANIELLE BOYDA: It made
me think about the world in a different way, actually. ALEXANDRA MURATA: The varied
perspectives and interests among the student body,
between that and the hard work, it’s an unbeatable
combination that you will find anywhere else. [MUSIC PLAYING]

14 thoughts on “The Master of Public Health MPH Degree – Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  1. My daughter will finish her under graduate Publich Health in Agt/Sept 2018 from Diponegoro State University, Central Java, Indonesia. She wants to be a lecturer and or researcher in Public Health. She is interested in Epidemiology and or Global Public Health. Would it be possible for her to immediately continue to John Hopkins without intensive exlerience in public health? In indonesia to be abel to teache under graduate classes, she/he must firstt posses a Post Gradiuate degree.

  2. what are the qualifications for one to be enrolled into johns hopkins bloomberg school of puplic healthy

  3. Iam student public health, my concentration is health promotor, what master degree can i register in there?

  4. I am Bsc in public health,with my backgroun knowledge so how can i follow/regestered/ the MPH program in your School of Bloomberg?

  5. I'm currently a full-time MPH student, and I enjoy it so much because I have found whom I am, and I would love to engage in promoting good health of my Community.

  6. I have Completed my Medical Education in 1990, then have got masters in Public Health , Have a rich experience in Public Health , as a Trainers , STOP-TEAM 24 in North Sudan 20017, Now am working as District Officer for Prevention & Control in Nowshera, Pakistan. I have trained a hundreds of doctors , nurses , Paramedical Staff, Community Volunteers in various communicable diseases prevention and control. I have a work experience as Coordinator District Health Information System (DHIS). District Coordinator for Lady Health Workers Program, Coordinator For Nutrition , Lead Campaign Support Person for Polio Eradication , district Focal Person for Disaster Management, District Focal Person for Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response System (IDSRS) . Can I have a chance to get job in John Hopkins University Bloomberg ?

  7. I'm from india, im going to complete my bachelor's degree in nursing on upcoming november, after that I'm interested to study MPH degree in epedimiology

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