Preparing the next generation
of public health leaders
In an increasingly complicated world, solving complex public health problems requires collaborative leaders prepared to develop innovative strategies and solutions that engage communities and cross-sector partners.
The Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) program at Georgia State University’s School of Public Health is designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and experiences to prepare the next generation of public health leaders and chief health strategists to advance public health and health equity.
Located in downtown Atlanta, our program leverages relationships across local, state, and federal public health agencies and organizations to support outstanding training opportunities. Our DrPH program is a generalist program grounded in the School of Public Health’s urban-global focus together with our overarching commitment to health equity, diversity, and inclusion. Designed for professionals with a minimum of three years of applied public health experience, the program allows students to complete their degree while maintaining full-time employment.
The need for highly-trained and prepared public health leaders committed to making a difference has never been greater. Are you ready to take the next step?
The GRE is no longer a requirement for admission to the Dr.P.H. program.