Masters in global health innovation

Earn Your Master’s Degree and Immerse Yourself in Global Health Innovation at Johns Hopkins

 

Johns Hopkins University offers a one-year master’s degree program for individuals who are interested in global health innovation. Taking a hands-on approach to biomedical education, the program offered through the university’s Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design (CBID) immerses students in the medical device development process. Instead of learning only in a classroom setting, students spend their time observing, discussing and creating solutions for real-world healthcare challenges.

 

The CBID MSE degree program is the longest-standing of its kind. It provides students with unmatched resources, including the ability to:

 

  • Observe world-class clinicians at Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Travel to a developing nation and assess the impact of resource limitations on day-to-day healthcare
  • Develop their leadership skills by working in teams to create, test, refine and distribute innovative solutions
  • Gain insight from Johns Hopkins University’s esteemed biomedical engineering faculty, as well as mentors from the nation’s top health technology companies

 

The CBID welcomes students with a variety of undergraduate degrees. Students have come to the program with backgrounds in medicine, biology, mechanical engineering, physiology, materials science and other related fields. Any student who can demonstrate the ability to contribute to the future of global health innovation is welcome to apply.

 

If you’re preparing for a career in global health innovation and are interested in earning your master’s degree at Johns Hopkins University, submit your application to the CBID MSE degree program online by Jan. 5. Candidates who are selected for first-round interviews will be contacted by the end of January.

The Johns Hopkins Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design