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Population Comparison Between Best Public Health Schools

Total PopulationUndergraduateGraduateOnline Classes

Total Student Population Comparison

The total student population of best Public Health schools is 368,494 with 199,788 female students and 168,706 male students. This enrollment statistics is based on the latest data from IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education for academic year 2020-2021. The following table compares the student population for both undergraduate and graduate schools between best Public Health schools.
Among the best Public Health schools, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities has the most enrolled students of 52,017, while Emory University has the least number of students of 13,997 for both in graduate and undergraduate programs.
Student Population Comparison Between Best Public Health Schools
RankNameTotalMenWomen
1Johns Hopkins University28,89013,360 15,530
2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill30,09212,339 17,753
3Harvard University30,39114,509 15,882
4University of Michigan-Ann Arbor47,90723,820 24,087
5Columbia University in the City of New York30,13514,041 16,094
6Emory University13,9975,487 8,510
6University of Washington-Seattle Campus48,14921,464 26,685
8University of California-Berkeley42,32720,321 22,006
8University of Minnesota-Twin Cities52,01723,600 28,417
10University of California-Los Angeles44,58919,765 24,824
Total368,494 168,706199,788

Undergraduate Student Population

The total undergraduate population of best Public Health schools is 211,480 with 115,815 female students and 95,665 male students. The following table compares 2020-2021 undergraduate enrollment between best Public Health schools.
Among the best Public Health schools, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities has the most enrolled undergraduate students of 36,061, while Johns Hopkins University has the least number of undergraduate students of 6,331.
Undergraduate Student Population Comparison Between Best Public Health Schools
RankNameTotalMenWomen
1Johns Hopkins University6,3312,867 3,464
2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19,3957,784 11,611
3Harvard University8,5274,152 4,375
4University of Michigan-Ann Arbor31,32915,544 15,785
5Columbia University in the City of New York8,1484,142 4,006
6Emory University7,0102,853 4,157
6University of Washington-Seattle Campus32,24414,448 17,796
8University of California-Berkeley30,79914,178 16,621
8University of Minnesota-Twin Cities36,06116,594 19,467
10University of California-Los Angeles31,63613,103 18,533
Total211,48095,665115,815

Graduate Student Population

The total graduate population of best Public Health schools is 211,480 with 115,815 female students and 95,665 male students. The following table compares 2019-2020 graduate enrollment between best Public Health schools.
Among the best Public Health schools, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities has the most enrolled graduate students of 36,061, while Johns Hopkins University has the least number of graduate students of 6,331.
Graduate Student Population Comparison Between Best Public Health Schools
RankNameTotalMenWomen
1Johns Hopkins University6,3312,867 3,464
2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19,3957,784 11,611
3Harvard University8,5274,152 4,375
4University of Michigan-Ann Arbor31,32915,544 15,785
5Columbia University in the City of New York8,1484,142 4,006
6Emory University7,0102,853 4,157
6University of Washington-Seattle Campus32,24414,448 17,796
8University of California-Berkeley30,79914,178 16,621
8University of Minnesota-Twin Cities36,06116,594 19,467
10University of California-Los Angeles31,63613,103 18,533
Total211,48095,665115,815

Distance Learning (Online Class) Enrollment

The following table compares 2019-2020 distance learning enrollment for both undergraduate and graduate programs between best Public Health schools. In undergraduate programs, out of total 211,480 students, 130,795 students (61.85%) have taken courses only through distance learning and 48,979 students (23.16%) have learned from at least one online course. For graduate schools, out of total 157,014 students, 81,382 students (51.83%) have taken courses only through distance learning and 36,607 students (23.31%) have learned from at least one online course.
Online Course (Distance Learning) Population Comparison Between Best Public Health Schools
RankNameUndergraduateGraduate
TotalOnline ExclusivelySome Online ClassesTotalOnline ExclusivelySome Online Classes
1Johns Hopkins University6,331 5,473
(86.45%)
850
(13.43%)
22,559 14,516
(64.35%)
4,640
(20.57%)
2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19,395 18,160
(93.63%)
1,065
(5.49%)
10,697 6,695
(62.59%)
1,531
(14.31%)
3Harvard University8,527 8,523
(99.95%)
2
(0.02%)
21,864 19,410
(88.78%)
1,646
(7.53%)
4University of Michigan-Ann Arbor31,329 12,185
(38.89%)
19,050
(60.81%)
16,578 3,832
(23.11%)
8,411
(50.74%)
5Columbia University in the City of New York8,148 8,009
(98.29%)
139
(1.71%)
21,987 17,834
(81.11%)
2,195
(9.98%)
6Emory University7,010 5,529
(78.87%)
1,477
(21.07%)
6,987 2,098
(30.03%)
3,096
(44.31%)
6University of Washington-Seattle Campus32,244 320
(0.99%)
3,955
(12.27%)
15,905 544
(3.42%)
570
(3.58%)
8University of California-Berkeley30,799 25,059
(81.36%)
5,718
(18.57%)
11,528 6,380
(55.34%)
4,007
(34.76%)
8University of Minnesota-Twin Cities36,061 18,613
(51.62%)
14,023
(38.89%)
15,956 3,882
(24.33%)
6,420
(40.24%)
10University of California-Los Angeles31,636 28,924
(91.43%)
2,700
(8.53%)
12,953 6,191
(47.80%)
4,091
(31.58%)
Average211,480 130,795
(61.85%)
48,979
(23.16%)
157,014 81,382
(51.83%)
36,607
(23.31%)
The ranking data is provided by CollegeEvaluator.