Inside Look Into MBA/Master of Public Health
A healthy society is the best environment for good business.
The Johns Hopkins dual MBA/MPH is the ideal degree program for health professionals who want to expand their business knowledge, expertise, and career opportunities.
Administered in conjunction with the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, this accelerated program teaches the managerial skills and business practices that will help you lead—and make a positive impact—in a variety of health-related organizations.
As a student in the MBA/MPH program, you’ll take many of your business courses with students from other Carey graduate degree programs, introducing you to new people and new perspectives. Electives include health care management, enterprise risk management, and more.
After graduation, Johns Hopkins MBA/MPH students have gone on to take leadership roles at for-profit and non-profit hospitals, health care organizations, NGOs, and consulting companies.
This unique full-time program enables you to integrate the philosophies, functions and competencies of the fields of public health and business to target cost-effective health care and public health approaches. You’ll master the principles of population-based health as well as finance management and strategic planning
The curriculum will prepare you to:
- Assess the public health needs of a defined population
- Analyze, develop, and implement targeted health policies and programs
- Serve as a change agent within the industry
- Take a leadership role in your organization and community
The program begins in July when you’ll take your summer courses with the full-time MPH students. During the fall and spring, your coursework will include an integrated curriculum comprised of public health and business courses. During the second summer, you’ll complete an internship at an organization where you’ll apply your business and public health education in a real-world setting. You’ll have the option to return in the fall for coursework or, if you prefer, continue with the internship into the fall and enroll in courses in late October.
Students may elect to pursue a 21-month or 23-month option to complete the program.
To view a full curriculum outline and additional program information, please visit http://www.jhsph.edu/academics/degree-programs/master-of-public-health/academic-overview/combined-degrees-and-programs.html
Applications for the MBA/MPH dual degree program must submitted to the School of Public Health. The admissions committees of both schools will review each application.
To apply visit the Bloomberg School of Public Health’s admissions page.
If you have already been accepted into the MPH and you would like to be considered for the MPH/MBA Program, send a brief written statement of your intentions via email to the MPH Program at email@example.com and your application will be forwarded to the Carey Business School if there are any remaining open slots for the upcoming cohort.
For more information, contact:
Bloomberg School of Public Health
#Of Students: 14
Avg GMAT: 650
Countries Represented: 6
Kenneth W. Freeman, Allen Questrom Professor and Dean at Boston University, is the featured speaker at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School's graduation ceremony, Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore.