The Environmental Health and Epidemiology (EH-EPI) master of science in public health (MSPH) dual degree program provides students with a professional research degree focusing on analytical and quantitative epidemiology, biostatistics, and environmental and occupational health. The EH-EPI MSPH program prepares students to be at the cutting edge of researching pressing environmental and epidemiological health concerns, as they are required to take the most quantitative epidemiology and biostatistics course sequences at Rollins. Students in this program are dedicated to becoming epidemiologists working with an environmental health perspective. Many students choose to also complete a certificate program along with their MSPH. This program is jointly offered by the Department of Environmental Health and the Department of Epidemiology and is administered by the Department of Environmental Health.