The Rollins School of Public Health's distance learning Executive Master of Public Health program (EMPH) is a master's-level public health degree program for busy working professionals. EMPH participants—from both the public and private sectors—earn the same MPH degree as traditional students, but in a hybrid format that combines two on-campus sessions each semester with interactive online coursework.
The EMPH program is raising funds to help working professionals attend our program and enhance their public health careers.
The Impact of Your Gift
EMPH students have received funding support that allowed them to finish their degree after experiencing financial and personal issues that otherwise would have required dropping out of the program.
Nicholas Fonseca Nogueira, Research Data Manager at the Center for AIDS Research at the University of Miami says, "The experience I gained in grant writing, database management, and biostatistics while attending the EMPH program has been paramount in conducting effective clinical research and advancing my career. It is wonderful to see how the skills learned in this program ultimately translate to a benefit in my community. I am thankful for the generosity of the EMPH program as a recipient of David J. Sencer, MD and Executive MPH Merit Scholarship and hope to continuously effect positive change as a public health advocate."