Master of Public Health

Gain the skills and knowledge you need to advance public health knowledge, prevent disease, and promote health and well-being locally and across the globe. Rollins’ Master of Public Health (MPH) program is designed to prepare public health professionals to lead multidisciplinary, cross-industry teams in addressing the most complex social, medical, and economic problems of today—and tomorrow.

At Rollins, you’ll learn from expert faculty in a personalized learning environment that’s designed to maximize engagement and support. Our intimate, discussion-based classes are conveniently offered in the evenings and are designed to prepare you to effectively respond to public health emergencies. By the completion of your degree, you’ll be well prepared to pursue a career in public or preventive medicine, advance your career in the public health sector, or expand your expertise with a doctorate in public health.

Director of Health Professions Nancy Niles engages in class discussion with MPH students.

Master of Public Health

Jump-start your career while saving time and money in Rollins’ accelerated Master of Public Health program through the Hamilton Holt School.

Explore the MPH Program

Expert Faculty

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

1000 Holt Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789

Telephone: 407.646.2037

  • Allen Johnson

    Allen Johnson, PhD

    Associate Professor of Public Health; Director, Master of Public Health Program

    Research interests: Chronic disease epidemiology, infectious disease epidemiology, and health disparities

  • Nancy Niles

    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