The MD/MPH dual degree program provides medical students with a population-based perspective on health and tools to address public health challenges. Two years of training from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine or any accredited U.S. medical school fulfills the two years of health-related work experience required for admission to the Bloomberg School MPH program.
Medical students typically enroll in the MPH program between the 3rd and 4th year of medical school. Coursework must be completed in the 11-month, full-time format. Learn more about the MPH curriculum.
How to Apply
Requirements are the same as the full-time MPH program. Two years of U.S. medical training will fulfill the two years of health experience required for admission to the MPH program. International medical students must have previous health related experience. Medical students must apply to the MPH program through SOPHAS and request a leave of absence for one year from medical school.