Hubert Department of Global Health (GH)

Learn about global health challenges through combined methods and skill sets, practical opportunities, and subject-specific knowledge.

GH @ Rollins

The Hubert Department of Global Health seeks to strengthen the capacities of individuals, families, communities, societies, and governments by identifying and reducing global inequities in health and well-being.

Program Information

The Hubert Department of Global Health offers a course of study leading to an MPH degree. MPH students have the option to select one of four areas of concentration: infectious diseases, community health and development, public nutrition, or sexual and reproductive health and population studies.


The global health department is ethically engaged in positive transformation in the world through courageous leadership in social action.

Global Field Experience (GFE)

Rollins' GFE is a unique opportunity for students to apply the skills and knowledge they have gained through their first year in a low-resource or high-disparity setting around the globe.  

Featured Faculty

Parmi S. Suchdev, MD, MPH

Dr. Suchdev’s research focuses on micronutrient malnutrition, in particular, the safety and effectiveness of home fortification programs, as well as the effects of infection/inflammation on nutrition biomarkers.

Juan Leon, PhD, MPH

Juan Leon is a member of the Center for Global Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene. His primary appointment is in the Hubert Department of Global Health at Rollins.

Global Practicum Opportunities

View the opportunities available for 2015.

Meet Your ADAPs

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 Angela Rozo (last names A-J) at or Theresa Nash (last names K-Z) at