Emory College Program of Study

Bachelor of Arts

African American studies; African studies; American studies; ancient Mediterranean studies; anthropology; Arabic; art history; art history and visual arts; art history and history; biology; chemistry; Chinese; classical civilization; classics; classics and English; classics and history; classics and philosophy; comparative literature; computer science; dance and movement studies; East Asian studies; economics; economics and mathematics; English; English and creative writing; English and history; environmental sciences; film studies; French studies; German studies; Greek; history;  human  health  interdisciplinary  studies  in  society  and  culture;  international studies; Italian studies; Japanese; Jewish studies; Latin; Latin American and Caribbean studies; linguistics; mathematics; mathematics and political science; media studies; Medieval-Renaissance studies; Middle Eastern and South Asian studies; music; philosophy; philosophy and religion; physics; physics and astronomy; playwriting; political science; psychology; psychology and linguistics; religion; religion and classical civilization; religion and anthropology;  religion  and  history;  religion  and  sociology;  Russian  and East European studies; Russian language, literature, and culture; sociology; Spanish; theater studies; visual arts; women’s, gender, and sexuality studies

Bachelor of Science

Anthropology and human biology, applied mathematics, applied mathematics and statistics, applied physics, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering science, environmental sciences, mathematics, mathematics and computer science, neuroscience and behavioral biology, physics, physics and astronomy, physics for life sciences, quantitative sciences

Minors

African American studies; African studies; American studies; anthropology; architectural studies; art history; Asian studies; astronomy; biophysics; Catholic studies; Chinese studies; classical civilization; community building and social change; comparative literature; computer informatics; computer science; dance and movement studies; development studies; East Asian studies; earth and atmospheric sciences and sustainability sciences; economics; English; environmental sciences; ethics; film studies; French; German studies; global health, culture, and society; Greek; Hebrew; Hindi; history; Irish studies; Italian studies; Japanese; Jewish studies; Korean; Latin; Latin American and Caribbean studies; linguistics; Lusophone studies; mathematics or applied mathematics; Mediterranean archaeology; music; Persian language and literature; philosophy; physics; political science; predictive health; religion; Russian; Russian and East European studies; science, culture, and society, sociology; Spanish; sustainability; theater studies; women’s, gender, and sexuality studies

Engineering Dual-Degree Programs

Emory College offers a dual-degree program that allows students to pursue study in either arts or science at Emory and engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. In this way, students receive a well-rounded liberal arts background from one of the best colleges in the US, while also taking engineering courses from one of the nation’s premier universities.

Students who participate in this program earn both a bachelor’s degree from Emory in the field of their choice and a BS from Georgia Tech. Oxford College students interested in the engineering dual degree program should review the information on the Emory College website and speak with the Oxford College engineering specialist advisers and the office for Undergraduate Education Advising.