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Paths through Emory University

Your college journey at Emory can take off from here. Or here.

Emory offers dual undergraduate experiences for incoming first-year students on two distinct campuses. Choose Emory College, a rigorous liberal arts experience at the heart of big-city research university. Or choose Oxford College, a close-knit and challenging liberal arts college in a small-town setting. Oxford College students join their classmates junior year on the Atlanta campus.

Emory College

You'll have the abundant resources of Emory and Atlanta at close reach, enhancing your study and life outside of class and giving you easy access to internships and jobs after college. Learn more.

Oxford College

Your two years at Oxford will be lived in a community of students, faculty, and staff eager to bring out the best in our college and in ourselves. Then, move on to Atlanta's campus as a junior to finish your degree. Learn more.

Make your exit from here (or here, or here), ready to take on the world.

Junior year, Emory undergraduates from both colleges have the option to move forward with their bachelor's degree at Emory College or apply to our undergraduate programs in business or nursing—both excellent opportunities for students interested in a solid foundation in these specialized fields.

Emory College

There are more than 70 majors and 50 minors to choose from at Emory College, along with a full complement of study abroad, research, and internship opportunities to broaden your knowledge and skills. Learn more.

Goizueta Business School

Sophomores can apply for admission to Goizueta Business School to earn a bachelor of business administration. At Goizueta, you'll get the tools to succeed, the ability to apply what you know, and the confidence to act on it. Learn more.

Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing

Sophomores meeting certain prerequisites may choose to continue their studies at the School of Nursing, earning a bachelor of science in nursing. You'll learn the practice of nursing in clinical and classroom settings. Learn more.