Professionals who are not seeking an MPH degree, but are hoping to increase their training, can engage in various executive-style educational programs at Rollins, including free-standing certificates and special standing courses.
Certificate in Public Health Informatics for Leadership
The Public Health Informatics for Leadership certificate is designed for working professionals who serve in a leadership role or position of influence in their place of employment. These are individuals who have determined that they need competence in public health informatics but do not need an entire MPH degree. In order to qualify for the certificate, students are required to have a master’s degree or higher OR they have a bachelor’s degree with 3 years or more years of relevant work experience.
Courses for the certificate in Public Health Informatics for Leadership include:
Certificate in Quantitative Methods in Public Health
The Quantitative Methods in Public Health certificate is designed for working professionals who have determined that they need additional quantitative skills to advance their employment opportunities. These individuals already have a master’s degree or higher OR they have a bachelor’s degree with 3 or more years of relevant work experience.
Courses for the certificate in Quantitative Methods for Public Health include:
Special Standing Courses
The Executive MPH program has a limited number of spaces available in courses each semester for non-degree-seeking students. To learn more about applying to become a special standing student, please click here. For questions about available courses, please contact the EMPH ADAP, Allyson Bianchi, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 404-727-3358.
On-Campus SessionsEMPH students meet face-to-face twice each semester— once at the beginning and again at the end of the term. These Friday through Sunday on-campus sessions are scheduled well in advance to minimize interruptions to work schedules. The on-campus sessions are an academic requirement of the program and students must be able to attend classes on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
2017-2018 On-Campus Sessions
Fall 2017: Orientation- August 24, August 25-27, November 17-19 - Completed
Spring 2018: January 5-7, April 6-8
Summer 2018: May 18-20, August 3-5
2018-2019 On-Campus Sessions
Fall 2018: Orientation- August 23, August 24-26, November 16-18
Spring 2019: January 11-13, April 12-14
Summer 2019: May 17-19, August 2-4