3-Semester: 15- or 12-month MPH in Global Health

The 3-Semester 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.

MPH Curriculum & Degree Requirements

The 3-semester MPH program requires students to complete 42 credit hours of coursework (requirements below) in either 15 months (fall, spring, fall) or 12 months (fall, spring, summer).

RSPH Core Requirements (14 Credits)


HDGH Core Requirements (22 Credits)

**The Applied Practice Experience (APE), which is designed to complement academic training with practical, hands-on experience, is also required of all students enrolled in the Accelerated Program.


Electives Courses (6 Credits Minimum)

GH students will have the flexibility to take elective courses at Rollins or in some cases, courses from other graduate programs within Emory University or other Atlanta Universities such as such as GSU, UGA, GA TECH, etc, to personalize and strengthen their training.

For more information about the registration process for courses outside of Emory please check the link: Cross-Registration for Emory Students

Culminating Experiences 

Admission Requirements

Detailed information about each of these admission requirements can be found in admissions.

As of Fall 2022, the submission of GRE scores are optional for all candidates applying to MPH and MSPH programs. We do not have specific GPA or GRE requirements for admission. If you choose to submit test scores, they cannot be more than five years old. Please Note: International applicants from non-English-speaking countries must meet the RSPH standards for English language competency.

In addition, we seek students who are passionate about global health and wish to improve the health of their local and global communities. Our students have demonstrated this commitment through careers, service, or training in advancing global health. This might include working with underserved communities or within a local state or regional public health entity (either domestically or internationally), volunteer or mission experience, or service with Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, etc.