The accelerated master of public health (MPH) degree in global health is aimed at experienced public health professionals interested in enhancing their knowledge of global health issues and building upon leadership skills.
Accelerated MPH in Global Health
Develop skills in areas like program management, research, and communication.
In addition to the SOPHAS application, all applicants will need to submit the following materials when applying to Rollins:
- College transcripts
- GRE scores
- Two letters of recommendation
- Personal statement
- Resume (optional)
Cohort Size: 8
Average GPA: 3.5
We do not have specific GPA or GRE score requirements. However, due to the strength of our applicant pool, admission is very unlikely if the score on any of the three portions of the GRE is below the 60th percentile.
Accelerated Program Requirements
- 5 years of full-time, post baccalaureate public health-relevant work experience or a professional graduate degree in a field relevant to public health + at least three years of public health-relevant work experience
- Students should include a statement outlining their proposed thesis topic and thesis chair with their SOPHAS application.
42 credit hours: Includes a thesis and an applied practice experience.
Accelerated Sample Schedules
Applied Practice Experience
All Rollins MPH and MSPH students are required to complete a 200-400 hour The Applied Practice Experience (APE) is a unique opportunity for graduate students to integrate and apply practical skills and training learned through coursework in a professional public health work environment. In most cases, students can use a part-time work position, graduate assistantship or internship to meet the Applied Practice Experience requirement. The Applied Practice Experience is a significant educational experience that requires a minimum of 200 clock hours in a public health agency, institution, or community under the supervision of a Field Supervisor and the guidance of the student's department and/or the Office of Career Development.