BALTIMORE — The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has maintained is pinnacle position among like-minded higher education institutions according to rankings in U.S. News & World Report.
The school remained the No. 1 public health school in the country, a position it’s held since the publication began ranking public health schools in 1994. More than 60 public health schools and more than 100 programs accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health were evaluated in the rankings, according to a statement released by the school.
Hopkins can also boast of two other well-regarded educational programs, as the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing ranked No. 1 and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine ranked No. 2 in their respective rankings.
“While these rankings bring attention to the School, our ongoing pursuit of solutions to a broad spectrum of health challenges is what truly defines us,” said Dean Ellen J. MacKenzie. “Our work is at the frontlines—in laboratories, in the halls of government, in countries and communities around the world.”