Emory University
Region: Northern America
Country/Region: United States
Found Year: 1836
Address: 201 Dowman Drive
Introduction

Located in the historic neighborhood of Druid Hills in Atlanta, Georgia, Emory University is a top-ranked liberal arts and research institution that is guided by its mission to “create, preserve, teach, and apply knowledge in the service of humanity.” Emory graduates creative thinkers, problem solvers, and moral leaders who work to solve some of the world’s most vexing issues. The university’s 15,252 students come from nearly every US state and territory and from across the globe. Lauded for their academic achievements and commitment to service, Emory students typify the university’s core values of inclusion, compassion, collaboration, integrity, optimism, and boldness. Undergraduates can pursue more than 80 majors in a curriculum based on inquiry and the nature of evidence, with many opportunities to engage in interdisciplinary scholarship, research, study abroad, and service in Atlanta, the US, and internationally. In addition to the Laney Graduate School, which offers the PhD and master’s degrees in more than 40 programs across the humanities, the social sciences, biomedical and natural science, public health, nursing, and business, Emory has professional schools of business, law, medicine, nursing, public health, and theology. Emory students enjoy the close attention and stellar teaching of a faculty that has been honored with numerous awards including the Nobel Prize, the Pulitzer Prize, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Among them are accomplished authors, lecturers, patent holders, and researchers as well as 18 members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 26 members of the National Academy of Medicine, and 5 members of the National Academy of Science.

Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Clinical Medicine
12
Public Health
15
Nursing
20
Biomedical Engineering
33
Human Biological Sciences
46
Political Sciences
46
Biological Sciences
51-75
Medical Technology
51-75
Key Statistics
12828
Total Enrollment
2157(16.8%)
International Students
6735
Undergraduate Enrollment
1085(16.1%)
International Students
6093
Graduate Enrollment
1072(17.6%)
International Students
Programs
Undergraduate Programs
Administration
African American Studies
African Studies
Allied Health
American Studies
Anthropology
Anthropology and Human Biology
Anthropology and Religion
Arabic
Architectural Studies
Art History
Arts
Asian and Asian American Studies
Astronomy
Biology
Catholic Studies
Chemistry
Chinese Language and Literature
Classical Civilization
Classical Studies
Classics
Classics and English
Classics and History
Classics and Philosophy
Community Building and Social Change
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
Dance and Movement Studies
East Asian Studies
Economic
Economics and History
Economics and Mathematics
Educational Studies
Engineering Dual Degrees
English
English and History
English/Creative Writing
Environmental Studies
Ethics
Film Studies
French Studies
German Studies
Greek
Hebrew
Hindi
History
History and Religion
Interdisciplinary Studies In Society and Culture
International Studies
Irish Studies
Italian Studies
Japanese
Jewish Studie
Journalism
Latin
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Linguistics
Linguistics / Russian
Mathematics
Mathematics and Computer Sciences
Mathematics/Political Science
Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Mediterranean Archeology
Middle Eastern Studies
Music
Nursing
Nursing
Persian Language and Literature
Philosophy
Philosophy and Religion
Physics
Physics and Astronomy
Political Science
Portugese
Pre Business Administration
Pre Dentistry
Pre Law
Pre Medicine
Pre Nursing
Pre Physical Therapy
Pre Physician Associate
Pre Theology
Pre Veterinary Medicine
Pre-Pharmacy
Psychology
Psychology/Linguistics
Religion
Religion and Classical Civilization
Religion and Sociology
Religion: Judaic Studies
Russian and East Asian Languages and Cultures
Russian and East European Studies
Russian Languages and Culture
Sanskrit
Science
Science, Culture and Society
Sociology
Spanish
Theater Studies
Visual Arts
Women'S Studies
Graduate Programs
Anthropology
Art History
Behavioral Sciences and Health Education
Biochemistry, Cell and Developmental Biology
Bioethics
Biomedical Engineering
Biostatistics
Business
Cancer Biology
Chemistry
Clinical Psychology
Clinical Research
Cognition and Development (Psychology)
Comparative Literature
Computer Science and Informatics
Development Practice
Economics
Educational Studies
English
Environmental Health Sciences
Epidemiology
Film Studies
French
Genetics and Molecular Biology
Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Health Services Research and Health Policy
History
Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis
Mathematics
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Molecular and Systems Pharmacology
Music
Neuroscience
Neuroscience and Animal Behavior (Psychology)
Nursing
Nutrition and Health Sciences
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Population Biology, Ecology, and Evolution
Religion
Sociology
Spanish
Women'S, Gender, and Sexuality Studies