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Nine schools enrich an Emory education

Emory College of Arts and Sciences
Oxford College
Goizueta Business School
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
School of Medicine
Candler School of Theology
School of Law
James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies
Rollins School of Public Health

Doing Things Differently Since 1836

From having not one, but two liberal arts colleges, to choosing a skeleton as our unofficial mascot, Emory University has a history of doing things differently. Our community of change agents, bold thinkers, and pioneers is working to push learning further, uncover new ideas, and change the way we live in the world.

Here you'll find learning that inspires and also sets you up. Classes are taught by faculty thought leaders, and discussion is led by engaged, bright students like you. And here, our liberal arts learning is paired with discovery—research, experience, leadership, inquiry, and more—so you gain skills while you learn, for life after college.

Choose from more than 70 majors, 50 minors, and a range of preprofessional options, but you don't have to stop there. At Emory we have four undergraduate programs to choose from. You can begin at either of our liberal arts colleges, Oxford College or Emory College, and from there you can continue at Emory College for a BA or BS, apply to Goizueta Business School for a BBA, or transition to our School of Nursing for a BSN.

Power up your learning with the many and amazing resources on our campus. Our seven libraries include special collections of Alice Walker and Salman Rushdie. The Michael C. Carlos Museum on our Quad houses ancient art and artifacts, including mummies. Our four hospitals and Emory Healthcare offer labs, research, and experience opportunities. The Oxford Organic Farm has plenty of space for classes to learn and crops to grow. And you'll have access to learning at world-renowned affiliates like Yerkes National Primate Research Center, The Carter Center, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Our vibrant community of active and involved students will become your new favorite place, as you join a club, fight for a cause, develop your interests, and try new things. This will be the place where you'll do your best work.

At Emory, we think education should inspire you to change the way we live in the world, whichever corner you choose to tackle first. It's not surprising our graduates are known for doing well and doing good.