January 11, 2016

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Healthy New You Expo is January 28th
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Recovery Support Series
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The Glenn School for Young Children Open House
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Overview of the Emory Caregiver Support Program
Goizueta Business School – Employee Information Session
Rollins School of Public Health Executive MPH Information Session


Executive MPH Information Session

rollinsThe Executive MPH program in the Rollins School of Public Health will be hosting an informational session on Wednesday, January 13th from 12pm-1pm in GCR 119 located in the Grace Crum Rollins building at 1518 Clifton Road. The session will be streamed so please consider attending virtually if you cannot attend in person. Contact LTompkins@emory.edu for more information and to register to attend (virtually or in-person). If attending in person, please bring your lunch. Drinks and dessert will be provided.

Through the EMPH program, participants have the opportunity to study in an accredited Public Health program, ranked in the top 10 in the U.S. News and World Report, from the convenience of their computer.  Our program is specifically designed for professionals who are looking for new or additional training to make a greater impact in the field of public health and our program is for individuals who have a minimum of 3 years of work experience.  The EMPH program has components that are both online and on-campus and is the ideal solution for individuals who are not able to leave their current job to acquire the skills needed to take their career into a new direction. 

The Executive MPH program offers the following tracks (majors):

  • Applied Epidemiology: The tracking of disease and disease indicators in populations. Students apply epidemiology research to public health settings
  • Applied Public Health Informatics: Provides students with the foundational principles, terminologies, and methodologies as well as an in-depth application of data sources, tools, and policies as they relate to the emerging field of public health informatics
  • Prevention Sciences:  Utilizing health education, program planning, research design & health communication to improve the health of the nation and the world

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