Faculty at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security have developed a new degree track at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for U.S. and international students who are passionate about taking a leadership role in preventing, detecting, and responding to epidemics and other disasters.
The new health security track in the Bloomberg School’s Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) degree program will launch in the first term of the 2019 academic year.
Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, and Dr. Crystal Watson, designed the track and will serve as its directors. They are both faculty in the Bloomberg School’s department of environmental health and engineering — the track’s sponsoring department — in addition to their work at the Center.
Center faculty will tailor the breadth of this experience to the classroom, immersing DrPH health security track students in the same highly relevant thinking that positions the Center at the forefront of a rapidly evolving field. Students who complete the track will be able to: