The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health will offer its first fully online, part-time masters degree program beginning this fall—Master of Applied Science in Spatial Analysis for Public Health.
From identifying cancer clusters to tracking the potential spread of the Zika virus, the science of spatial analysis examines the role of geography in public health and how to interpret public health data. The Master of Applied Science in Spatial Analysis for Public Health is designed to train experts to meet the demand of this emerging field. More than a new master’s degree, it’s the gateway to novel and innovative thinking for solving public health issues. Advanced technologies and geographic data are becoming an important part of the equation to promote the global defense of human life.
Online, part-time delivery gives flexibility for working professionals
Program can be completed in as little as 24 months
Competitive price point for tuition and scholarships are available
No prior work experience or study in geospatial-related fields is required
Offered by the #1 school of public health
Led by renowned experts
Learn more about this exciting new program and the applications for public health organizations.
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