I've been accepted to a few programs including Yale, Emory, Columbia, JHU... but i've narrowed it down to Columbia and JHU. I want to work in an international health organization and get my PhD. I've been accepted to Columbia's Health Policy and Management Global Health track. Pros: offer to pay for travel expenses for my internship, they have relatiionships already established thru the UN (therefore i dont have to look for internships), and they seem to have pretty good job connections. Cons: doesn't seem academically rigorous compared to Hopkins. and i wonder if JHU is better for PhD track? also Columbia lacks mathematical and quantitative courses - like research methods, statistics, etc compared to JHU JHU International Health and Health systems. Pros: oldest international health dept in the nation, great researchers, Cons: the work is intense. i dont think there is a strong alumni/career connections. also what if i dont want to do PhD? are there career options for me after my degree? what should i do??? i have to hand in my deposit tomorrow!!!