The Hubert Department of Global Health (HDGH) seeks to understand and reduce global and local inequities in health and well-being. Through rigorous academic training, excellence in scientific research, and ethically engaged service and advocacy, we seek to improve health status and delivery systems around the world. 


Why earn an MPH in global health with the Hubert Department of Global Health? 

To serve the world 

Train to improve global and local health through a newly redesigned core curriculum that prioritizes:

  • Equity & Social Justice
  • Quantitative & Qualitative Methods
    Program Planning, Management, and Evaluation

To balance your life and career needs 

Choose which degree best fits your learning style and lifestyle needs. We offer three MPH programs:

  • A 20-month, 15-month, and 12-month program, all of which deliver the same core curriculum.

To transform communities

Apply your learning to local and global communities while you’re still a student and make a “glocal” difference through:

  • Global and local applied practice experiences with funding opportunities
  • Work opportunities with public health partners like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CARE, etc.
  • Collaborations on projects with faculty-mentors

To grow together

Achieve your academic and career goals with the help of a robust student support network that includes:

  • A small mentoring and advisement community composed of 10 student peers, a second-year student, and a faculty member
  • Personalized support through a designated departmental advisor

Kjersti Kleine

"Entering a public health school during the COVID-19 pandemic is perplexing, but COVID-19 has encouraged people everywhere to acknowledge the complex ways in which public health is incorporated into our everyday lives. Analyzing the social factors and current environments that contribute to health inequities and acting in ways to reduce those inequities are pertinent skills of public health professionals, and Rollins School of Public Health is equipping me with the knowledge and tools to do so."

Kjersti Kleine
MPH ’22, James W. Curran Scholarship Recipient


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