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The immunology program started in 1982, some 20 years ago, with two students and a handful of faculty. Since then we have grown to 30 students currently in training (we accepted 8 last year!) and 31 faculty. The faculty interests span the entire gamut of Immunology research, from basic issues such as the mechanisms of somatic hypermutation and hypervariablity in B cells, T cell recognition, molecular mechanisms of MHC-peptide interactions, and lymphocyte signaling to translatable research in the fields of cancer vaccines, allergy, infectious disease, autoimmunity and transplantation.

Infectious Diseases

The Infectious Diseases (ID) Fellowship Program of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is designed to qualify trainees for subspecialty boards in Infectious Diseases and to prepare them for a career in academic medicine. The usual program is three years with the first devoted primarily to clinical training and subsequent two years devoted almost exclusively to research.

Information Assurance

Degrees offered: MS, post-master’s certificate

Information Systems (MBA/MS)

The dual-degree MBA/MS in Information Systems helps students develop technical knowledge and leadership skills essential to success in managerial or development roles in both business and technology.

By adding 18 credits to the freestanding MBA degree, students may additionally earn a Master of Science in Information Systems.

Information Systems (MS)

The Master of Science in Information Systems degree serves students who seek to become business leaders who possess critically valuable technology skills. Students learn to plan, develop, implement, and manage systems for organizations that rely on the best and latest thinking in the information systems field.

Information Systems Engineering

Degrees offered: MS, post-master’s certificate

International Affairs

Students are not admitted directly to this two-year program but must submit a further application during the first year of study in Bologna.

International Development

The SAIS International Development (IDEV) Program provides an interdisciplinary approach to the study of developing countries, with the aim of preparing students for careers in development.

International Economics

The International Economics Program provides students with a firm grasp of the theory and tools of economics and finance and the functioning of the international economic system. These skills are an important component of modern training in international affairs.

International Health

International Health draws on all public health disciplines for application in global settings and emphasizes master’s and doctoral training programs for students with international and cross-cultural interests.

International Law

The International Law and Organizations Program seeks to provide a working knowledge of the general principles of international law, covering the capacities of multilateral organizations, and the particular regimes that govern international human rights, international arms control, the limits and use of military force, the law of the sea, regulation of the environment, international health problems, investment and trade.

International Public Policy

Candidates for the Master of International Public Policy degree are mid-career professionals, generally with at least nine years of work experience after graduating from university, in a careers related to international affairs.

International Relations

International Relations (IR) is a broad field that allows concentration in specific aspects for students wishing to specialize, and general training in the subject for students seeking to achieve a wider appreciation of international politics. It teaches students the critical use of concepts as a basis for understanding and analyzing international relations.

International Studies

Degrees offered: BA, BA/MA

International Studies (SAIS)

A division of The Johns Hopkins University since 1950, SAIS is truly an international institution, with campuses in Washington, D.C., Bologna, Italy, and Nanjing, China, that draw students from throughout the world.

Investments Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Investments is designed to meet the demands of professionals in the rapidly developing field of investments and finance. The curriculum is both rigorous and contemporary, applying modern investment theory to real-world scenarios. Case studies and projects are used at various points of the curriculum.


Degrees offered: Minor, BA, PhD


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