BA programs are offered in African American studies, African studies, American studies, anthropology, anthropology and human biology, anthropology and religion, art history, art history/visual arts, art history and history, Asian and Asian American studies, biology, chemistry, Chinese language and literature, classical civilization, classical studies, classics, classics and English, classics and history, classics and philosophy, comparative literature, computer science, dance and movement studies, economics, economics and history, economics and mathematics, educational studies, English, English/creative writing, English and history, environmental studies, film studies, French studies, German studies, Greek, history, history and religion, interdisciplinary studies in society and culture, international studies, Italian studies, Japanese, Jewish studies, Latin, Latin American and Caribbean studies, mathematics, mathematics and computer sciences, math/political science, medieval and Renaissance studies, Middle Eastern and South Asian studies, music, neuroscience and behavioral biology, philosophy, philosophy and religion, physics and astronomy, physics or applied physics, political science, psychology, psychology/linguistics, religion, religion and classical civilization, religion: Judaic studies, religion and sociology, Russian languages and cultures, Russian studies I, sociology, Spanish, theater studies, and women’s studies. A co-major is offered in journalism.
BS programs are offered in Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, Mathematics-Computer Science, Medical Imaging, Nursing, Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, Physics, and Applied Physics
Minors are available in African American studies; African studies; anthropology; Arabic; Architectural studies; Art history; Asian and Asian American studies; Astronomy; Chinese studies; Classical Civilization; Community building and social change; Comparative literature; Computer science; Dance and Movement studies; Economics; Educational studies; English; Environmental studies; Ethics studies; film studies; French studies; German studies; Greek; Hebrew; Hindi; history; Irish studies; Italian; Japanese; Japanese studies; Jewish studies; Journalism; Latin; Latin American and Caribbean studies; linguistics; mathematics or applied mathematics; Mediterranean archeology; music; Persian language and literature; philosophy; physics; political science; Portuguese; religion; Russian; science, culture, and society; sociology; Spanish; theater studies; visual arts; and women’s studies.
Dual-Degree Programs in Engineering
Offered in cooperation with the Georgia Institute of Technology, the programs provide qualified students the opportunity to earn an arts or science degree from Emory and an engineering degree from Georgia Tech. For the 3-2 program, students normally attend Oxford for two years and Emory for one year, taking a variety of liberal arts courses and completing any of the arts or science majors listed, as well as the basic mathematics and science courses that are prerequisites for all engineering curricula. Specialized course work for the engineering major requires approximately two additional years at Georgia Tech.
For more information, visit the dual-degree requirements web page.
Accelerated Master’s Program of Emory College
Students may earn the bachelor of arts and the master of arts degrees in English, history, philosophy, political science, or sociology within four years; or, they may earn the bachelor of science and the master of science degrees in biology, chemistry, mathematics, or mathematics-computer science, within four years.
Oxford College students apply to the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing during their sophomore year. Admission is based on prerequisite coursework taken at Oxford College. The priority deadline to apply for each fall semester varies, and applicants should check the school of nursing website for current dates. All Oxford applicants are required to earn a C or better in each prerequisite course. The $50 application fee is waived for Oxford College applicants.
Roberto C. Goizueta Business School
Oxford College students may apply to the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program in their last semester at Oxford. To start in the Fall of junior year, applications for admission must be received by February 15. Applications to start in Spring of the sophomore year must be received by October 1. All applicants must complete the requirements for the Associates degree from Oxford to be eligible for admission to the BBA program. The BBA Program would like
students to demonstrate their ability to effectively manage a full course load (at least four graded, 3- or 4- credit hour courses per semester). Therefore it is imperative that students interested in the program not under load during their time at Oxford. Students are encouraged to take five 3- or 4-credit courses in their final semester(s) at Oxford.
Enrollment in Goizueta Business School is limited, and completion of preadmission requirements does not guarantee admission. Admission is competitive and based on academic achievement and evidence of leadership and extracurricular involvement. An application is required and includes an essay and letters of recommendation.
Students seeking admission should contact Jessica Lowy, Associate Director of BBA/Pre-BBA Student Advising and Programming, to learn more about the program. She can be reached at 404.727.2713 or at email@example.com Applications for admission are available on the BBA website at http://goizueta.emory.edu/degree/undergraduate/admissions/application_process.html.
Before enrollment in the business school, Oxford students must complete the following:
Note that if you take MATH 111 and 112, you may take MATH 207 (Probability and Statistics) instead of MATH 107. Some students take advantage of this option because they plan to double major in economics. The Emory College Economics Department will take Oxford's MATH 207 as equivalent to Emory College's ECON 220, which is a graduation requirement for a degree in economics. The business school will take MATH 207 as equivalent to MATH 107 (a preadmission requirement).
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
The specific prerequisite courses required for Oxford students are as follows: Chemistry 100 or 141, Chemistry 120, Biology 121 and 122, Math 107 (statistics), English 101 or 181, History 101 or 102, Psychology 100 and 205, Sociology 101, Health Sciences 303 at Emory (microbiology), three humanities courses including one of the following: art history, civilization/literature in translation, foreign language (except 101 level), music, philosophy or religion, three courses in physical education to include one course in aquatics, health/fitness, and lifetime activities. In addition students must be certified in CPR before beginning the BSN program.
All students seeking to transfer to the school of nursing should complete application forms obtainable from the Office of Admission at the school of nursing at 404.727.7980, firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online at www.nursing.emory.edu.