Executive MPH (EMPH)

Public health professionals can earn their MPH through interactive online coursework and onsite weekends.

EMPH @ Rollins

Rollins’ EMPH program affords busy professionals the opportunity to earn a fully accredited MPH degree in applied epidemiology, applied public health informatics, or prevention science with the convenience and interactivity of online learning.

Applied Epidemiology

EMPH participants, from both the public and private sectors, earn the same MPH degree as traditional students, but in a blended format that combines two on-campus weekends each semester with interactive online coursework.

Applied Public Health Informatics

The applied public health informatics track is designed to educate professionals to serve as the interface between public health practice and the application of technology.

Prevention Science

The prevention science track is designed to educate professions to plan, implement, and evaluate community programs, and to communicate health and behavioral information.

Featured Alumni

Diane Dong, MPH '14

Diane Dong was in her tenth year working as a program analyst at the Center for Medication Safety, Department of Veterans Affairs when she finally made the decision to enroll in Rollins’ EMPH program.

Al Wright, MPH '12

According to Wright, earning an MPH degree from Rollins has enhanced his career immensely. "It has opened many doors for me. It has helped me to sustain my current position at Fulton County and I have been consulted to address various public health issues and programs."

News & Events

The Executive MPH program is still accepting applications for the fall 2015 class, on a space available basis.  In addition, please click here to learn more about our Visit Emory information session.

Meet Your ADAP

Rollins designates associate/assistant directors of programs (or ADAPs) to each of its departments. These friendly, knowledgeable advisors are here to answer your questions about the department’s curriculum, professors, concentrations, class registration, and course selection. Contact Leah Tompkins at ltompkins@emory.edu.