Master of Public Health
Promising flexible schedules and significant cost and time savings, the accelerated Master of Public Health (MPH) program allows qualified Rollins seniors to simultaneously earn undergraduate and graduate credits toward a master’s degree in public health from the College’s Hamilton Holt School.
By continuing your graduate studies at Rollins, you’ll continue to reap the benefits of the College’s signature personalized learning environment, opportunities for hands-on experience, and the expertise of the best professors in the South.
Preventing disease and promoting health and wellness have never been so paramount as we confront a once-in-a-century global pandemic. With a foundation formed by industry-leading faculty and real-world learning opportunities, you’ll take the skills and expertise developed in Rollins’ MPH program and immediately put them into action. Public health graduates serve as community leaders, policymakers, and clinical practitioners devising solutions in everything from epidemiology and biostatistics to global and environmental health.
While gaining numerous practical benefits—competitive advantage in the marketplace, fine-tuning of soft skills, higher earnings potential—students in the accelerated MPH program can save up to one year of time and $8,000 in tuition and other costs. The program is available to both College of Liberal Arts and Hamilton Holt School students entering their senior year and is a part- or full-time option for all majors who have not yet completed all of their electives.
The Rollins MPH faculty bring diverse backgrounds and expertise to the program, fostering a well-rounded perspective that is essential in public health. Through small class sizes and an intimate learning experience, students benefit one on one from these industry leaders.
Rollins College Hamilton Holt School
Allen Johnson, PhD
Assistant Professor of Public Health; Director, Master of Public Health Program
Research interests: Chronic disease epidemiology, infectious disease epidemiology, and health disparities
Nancy Niles, PhD
Associate Professor of Health Services Administration; Director, Department of Health Professions
Research interests: Medical and business ethics, strategic planning, social media health-care marketing, and the impact of health policy on organizations