Emory University in Atlanta

Emory University is ranked among the top 20 research facilities in Atlanta, Georgia.  The university houses a diverse community with its members working in unison for a single goal of bringing positive transformation in young minds.
The Emory University in Atlanta has a history of excellent teachers, researchers and scholars.
Emory University in Atlanta was originally established as a college in a small town of Georgia in 1836. The school was named after a bishop who believed that the American educational system should mould characters alongside educating the mind.
The University enjoys an outstanding recognition worldwide for its liberal arts college, professional schools along with the leading health care systems in the region.
Emory University also maintains the legacy of energy of the region by providing a perfect collaboration among its various schools, research institutes and other affiliated institutions.
• Emory College of Arts and Sciences
• Goizueta Business School
• Nell Hodgson School of Nursing
• Oxford College
• James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies
• School of Law
• School of medicine
• Rollins School of public Health
• Candler school of Theology
The main campus of the university covers around 600 acres in Atlanta`s suburban area of Druid Hills. The inmates of the campus including students, staff, faculty, and visitors enjoy a serene environment.
Access to the country’s fastest growing city is easy from the campus building. The best part is the perfect balance of the green space and the building structures.
The entrance from the side of Druid Hills is guarded by Haygood-Hopkins Memorial Gateway. It’s mainly a residential area with so much green around that it almost looks like a park.
This sociable was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, a landscape architect. The main campus building, however, was designed Henry Hornbostel Beaux-Arts.
Main Programs:
Listed below are the major, minor and other degree programs for undergraduates available at Emory University.
• African American Studies
• African Studies
• American Studies
• Ancient Mediterranean Studies
• Anthropology
• Anthropology and Human Biology
• Arabic
• Architectural Studies
• Art History
• Astronomy
• Biology
• Catholic Studies
• Chemistry
• Chinese
• Chinese Studies
• Classics
• Classics and English
• Classics and History
• Classics and Philosophy
• Classical Civilization
• Community Building and Social Change
• Comparative Literature
• Computer Informatics
• Computer Science
• Creative Writing
• Dance and Movement Studies
• East Asian Studies
• Economics
• Economics and Mathematics
• Educational Studies
• Engineering Dual Degree Program with Georgia Tech
• English
• Environmental Studies
• Ethics
• Film Studies
• French Studies
• German Studies
• Global Health, Culture and Society
• Greek
• Hebrew
• Hindi
• History
• History and Art History
• Interdisciplinary Studies in Culture and Society
• International Studies
• Irish Studies
• Italian Studies
• Japanese
• Jewish Studies
• Journalism
• Latin
• Latin American and Caribbean Studies
• Linguistics
• Mathematics
• Mathematics, Applied
• Mathematics and Political Science
• Media Studies
• Medieval and Renaissance Studies
• Mediterranean Archaeology
• Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies
• Music
• Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology
• Persian Language and Literature
• Philosophy
• Philosophy and Religion
• Physics
• Physics, Applied
• Political Science
• Portuguese
• Psychology
• Psychology and Linguistics
• Religion
• Religion and Anthropology
• Religion and Classical Civilization
• Religion and History
• Religion and Sociology
• Russian
• Russian Language and Cultures
• Russian Area Studies
• Science, Culture and Society
• Sociology
• Spanish
• Sustainability
• Theater Studies
• Visual Arts
• Women`s Studies
Fee Structure:
Students have to fulfill payments for any particular semester at least ten days before the term starts.
In case you are starting late and getting enrolled in late registration, then the full payment must be done on the starting day. The tuition fee structure for each institute varies as to the start of term dates.
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