Degree Programs

MPH in Global Health

The master of public health (MPH) degree in global health provides students with applied public health training in a global context. This program is offered in both a traditional, 24-month format and an accelerated, 12-month format. 

MPH in Global Health (24-month format)

MPH in Global Health requires forty-two semester hours of coursework. Full-time students complete these requirements in two years ( 4 semesters). All students enrolled in the traditional MPH program will choose a concentration. Click HERE to learn more about the MPH in Global Health Curriculum & Degree Requirements.

 

Accelerated MPH in Global Health (12-month format)

 MPH in Global Health requires forty-two semester hours of coursework. Full-time students complete these requirements in 3 semesters (Fall, Spring and Summer). Click HERE to learn more about the MPH in Global Health Curriculum & Degree Requirements.

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Other GLOBAL PROGRAMS offered at ROLLINS: 

 MPH in Global Environmental Health

(Degree is administered by the Department of Environmental Health) 

 MPH in Global Epidemiology

(Degree is administered by the Department of Epidemiology) 

 

Dual Degrees

Rollins works in partnership with Emory University graduate schools to give students the opportunity for interdisciplinary studies. Students must apply to and be accepted into each school separately in order to be eligible for a dual degree.

Dual Degrees

Explore the links below for our general admissions criteria and details on how to apply to our PROGRAMS:

 

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