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Rollins Executive MPH Admissions Info Webinar

The Executive MPH program of Rollins School of Public Health is hosting an Admissions webinar on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 4 p.m. EST. You are invited to log in and learn more about the EMPH program.

Please email Leah Tompkins at to be registered for the event and receive log in information.
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 three 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 in a new direction.  Students in the EMPH program are required to come to the RSPH buildings twice each semester for three days each (at the beginning and end). Coursework is completed online in between these on-campus requirements.

The Executive MPH program offers the following tracks

  • 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 Science:  Utilizing health education, program planning, research design/health communication to improve the health of the nation and the world.

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