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Careers in Public Health

Increase your earning power while making a difference

As a public health officer, you’ll work with a number of organizations and governmental agencies to effectively develop, implement, and evaluate programs that improve health, enhance quality of life, and save lives. Public health professionals work in a range of roles, including as biostatisticians, emergency management directors, environmental scientists, epidemiologists, health and safety engineers, medical and health services managers, public health attorneys, and social and community service managers.


Bright Outlook

Earning your Master of Public Health degree is key to advancing your career in a top-ranked and fast-growing field.

  • Top100

    Ranked among the 100 Best Jobs by U.S. News & World Report

  • $111K

    Average annual salary for professionals with an MPH degree

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  • 30%

    Projected career growth for epidemiologists over the next decade

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“I wouldn’t be where I am today without the guidance and support of the MPH faculty at Rollins. Interning at the Florida Department of Health helped prepare me for my current role, where I’m responsible for tracking hospital-acquired infections, investigating outbreaks of multi-drug-resistant organisms, and conducting research.”

Jackie Wright ’17 ’19MPH

Infection Preventionist

JFK Medical Center

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Where Our Grads Go

Get a glimpse at your bright future by exploring the careers of these Rollins Master of Public Health graduates.

  • Corissa Raymond

    Corissa Raymond ’17 ’21MPH

    Environmental Specialist

    Florida Department of Health

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    Maxwell Droznin ’18MPH

    MD Candidate

    University of Central Florida

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    Anna-Claire Dennis ’22MPH

    Customer Success Specialist

    VaxCare

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    Olivia Blakeman ’20MPH

    Youth Program Coordinator
    Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida

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    Raheleh Mohammadi ’20MPH

    PhD Candidate in Epidemiology
    University of Nebraska Medical Center

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    Cassandra Fonseca ’20MPH

    Lead Surveillance Epidemiologist
    Florida Department of Health

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