You can learn public health anywhere. At Rollins, you do public health.

Students at the Rollins School of Public Health learn to identify, analyze, and intervene in today's most pressing public health issues while pursuing a master of public health (MPH), master of science in public health (MSPH), dual degree, doctoral degree, or certificate. Ranked number 7 on U.S. News and World Report's 2017 Public Health Rankings, Rollins offers an innovative public health program that combines field experience with top-caliber teaching across six academic departments (we also offer an Executive MPH program for professionals). Rollins graduate students learn in and outside of the classroom while working with our school's centers and at Atlanta-area organizations such as The Carter Center, local and state health departments, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Cancer Society, and more. 

Master's Programs

Amit Shah is an epidemiology professor at the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University.
Students can earn an MPH or MSPH from Rollins' six academic departments. 

PhD Programs

Student in a lab at the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
Doctoral programs in the public health sciences are offered through Emory's Laney Graduate School.

Dual Degrees

Claudia Nance Rollins Building at the Rollins School of Public Health
Rollins coordinates with graduate programs across Emory University to provide 11 dual degree options.


Student at the Rollins School of Public Health.
Several of our students add a specialization to their master's degree by completing a certificate for degree-seeking students. 


students in a biostatistics classroom at Rollins
Rollins offers a five-year bachelor of arts/MSPH program through Emory College and the Department of Biostatistics (BIOS)

BS/MPH in ES and EH

Rollins students working in the garden on campus.
Students can earn a bachelor of science in environmental sciences and an MPH in five years. 

Professional Development

Graduate student at the Rollins School of Public Health
Rollins offers professional development workshops, trainings, and certificates for non-degree-seeking students. 

Take a Class

A student on campus at Emory University
Take a class as a non-degree-seeking or "special standing" student. 


Professor Christine Moe with WASH students
The school's centers, programs, and institutes contribute to the interdisciplinary research, teaching, and service activities at Rollins.