The Bloomberg School and the Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins University offer the Master of Public Health and Master of Business Administration (MPH/MBA) dual degree program.

The MPH/MBA provides experienced professionals with the knowledge and skills to be successful leaders in health-related organizations.

Students pursue an integrated curriculum with both public health and business courses. They are trained in population-based health, strategic planning, health economics and more. The program requires 80 MPH credits and 63 MBA credits, for a minimum of 143 total credits to graduate.

Students complete the dual degree program in nine terms (two years). Tuition per term is based on the full-time rate at the Bloomberg School. 

How to Apply

Requirements and deadlines are the same as the full-time MPH program. Please note: all MPH/MBA applicants must submit a GRE or GMAT score (including applicants who hold an advanced degree).

Applicants submit only one application for the MPH/MBA through the Bloomberg School. Applications are processed through SOPHAS, and the admissions committees of both schools review applications independently.