The certificate program in Public Health Economics is designed for graduate degree students and junior and mid-level professionals pursuing a career in public health, health care, health services, and health policy who wish to use economic tools to improve the health of populations. This certificate program is only available to students who are able to attend classes in Balti it cannot be completed through and institute courses.
Students who complete the certificate program will be able to:.
The certificate program is offered to masters and doctoral students currently enrolled in any division of the Johns Hopkins University, with the exception of JHSPH MAS students, who are not eligible to until they have completed their degree program. It is also offered to junior and mid-career level professionals who have at least a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and a strong record of successful academic performance. Prospective students should have an interest in applying economic tools to improve the health of populations.
Applicants should review the page for information eligibility and special instructions. The certificate program review committee will review the applications and notify each applicant of their admissions decision. Only those approved by the certificate program admissions committee may earn the certificate.
The certificate program requires a minimum of 29 term credits. All courses (except seminar) must be taken for a letter grade. Students must earn a grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 or better in order to complete the certificate program. The certificate program length is flexible it varies from student to student, however, the certificate must be completed within three years.
The student should review the section of the website that addresses completion before completing certificate program requirements.The student transcript will not indicate that the certificate was earned until the Notification of Completion has been submitted, verified by the certificate program and processed by the Registrar.