For more than 25 years, future public health leaders have pursued their quest for social justice and the elimination of health disparities at the Rollins School of Public Health. U.S. News & World Report ranks Rollins in the top-ten among the nation's 60 accredited schools of public health. Join us and you will be in good company with talented mid-career professionals, returned Peace Corps volunteers, and Gates Millennium Scholars. Our location in the "Public Health Capital of the World" also means direct access to hands-on research and collaboration with the world's leading public health agencies.
Executive MPH students are taught by real public health leaders, many of whom are full-time faculty at Rollins and Emory University. Our faculty also include a number of public health practitioners who help bridge the gap between academia and practice and make for a wonderfully rich environment in the classroom.
Executive MPH students, likewise, represent a wide variety of disciplines and professional backgrounds including nurses, physicians, public health educators, veterinarians, pharmacists, lab scientists and journalists. Given its flexible nature, the EMPH program attracts students from locations around the world.
Ready for the next steps in your professional public health journey? The Rollins Executive MPH program is here to support you.