Certificates + Special Standing

Professionals who are not seeking an MPH degree, but are hoping to enhance their public health knowledge, can engage in various executive-style educational programs at Rollins, including free-standing certificates and courses.

 

 

Certificate in Public Health Informatics for Leadership
(14 credits)

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

If you are a prospective student and would like to learn more about our certificate programs, please contact us at emph@emory.edu.

 

Courses for the certificate in Public Health Informatics for Leadership include:

 

 

Certificate in Quantitative Methods in Public Health
(15 credits)

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.

Quantitative Methods in Public Health certificate applicants should demonstrate strong quantitative and analytical abilities through one or more of the following: professional work experience, academic history, or valid standardized test score.  If evidence of quantitative and analytical aptitude is missing or incomplete, additional information to assess these skills will be requested.

If you are a prospective student and would like to learn more about our certificate programs, please contact us at emph@emory.edu.

 

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.  Enrollment in EMPH coursework is based on availability and meeting course pre-requisites. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a minimum of 3 years of professional work experience and a strong quantitative skill set (Applied Epidemiology courses only).

If you are a prospective student and would like to learn more about special standing enrollment, please contact us at emph@emory.edu.

Online Experience

A majority of the learning experience will occur in an online environment called Canvas. Students will view and complete all assignments through Canvas, interact with peers and faculty members, and engage in learning exercises. This flexible format is designed to work with your lifestyle!

All incoming certificate students will be enrolled in our required 2-week online orientation course, PRS500D: Strategies & Resources for Online Learning. This course will occur prior to the start of fall semester and will familiarize you with the Canvas learning portal and prepare you to be succesful in distance-based learning. The online orientation for students entering during the fall 2021 semester will occur from August 6 - August 22. Online participation during this time frame is expected and required for enrollment.

*Students entering as Special Standing status during spring or summer semester will be enrolled in a required self-paced online orientation prior to the semester beginning.

On-Campus Sessions 

EMPH students meet face-to-face twice each semester— once at the beginning and again at the end of the term - at our Atlanta, GA campus. These sessions compliment your online learnings and allow you to nurture your professional relationships in a conference-like atmosphere. The on-campus sessions are an academic requirement of the program and students must be able to attend classes on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

 

2021-2022 On-Campus Sessions

Fall 2021: New Student Orientation (virtual) August 23-25, August 27-29, November 19-21
Spring 2022: January 7-9, April 8-10
Summer 2022: May 13-15, July 29-31

Fall 2022: New Student Orientation-Date to be announced, August 26-28, November 18-20

*The dates above are accurate pending no changes from the university.