From the ethics of food production to stem cell research, the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics is guiding the conversation about some of the most complex moral and policy issues affecting the health and well-being of people worldwide.
Master of Bioethics (MBE)
Offered in collaboration with the School of Public Health, the MBE is an innovative, interdisciplinary and cross-divisional graduate program that prepares students from diverse backgrounds to investigate and address the bioethics challenges of professional and civic life. The program combines approaches from science and technology, the humanities and arts, and public health and medicine.
Offers focused academic training in specific areas of bioethics and public health. Designed to appeal to:
- Current Johns Hopkins graduate degree students desiring specialization in particular topic areas
- Individuals seeking to learn more about specific areas of public health.
In 2020-21, the Berman Institute’s Bioethics Certificate Program will be geared toward current JHU graduate students. In 2021-22 that focus will expand to also include non-degree-seeking students as well as a broader audience.
Explore the fascinating interdisciplinary world of bioethics in an interactive, intensive week-long summer institute. Leading bioethics faculty cover both theory and practical application for fields including public health, the life sciences, medicine, nursing, and law. Prior coursework or experience in bioethics is not required. For more information about the Summer Institute in Bioethics,