The PreHealth Mentoring Office at Emory integrates and enhances the undergraduate pre-health experience. We offer programs, pre-health advising and materials that will help you achieve your health science career goals. Through our mentoring, our office will help you integrate the research, academic, clinical, service, and study-abroad experiences that you need to successfully apply to health-science professional schools and careers.
Our office unites the efforts of the Office for Undergraduate Education and the Career Center as a one-stop shop for all students thinking of a career in the health sciences.
For more information, visit the website.
Pre-BBA students should contact Jessica Lowy, Assistant Director of BBA/Pre-BBA Student Advising and Programming, for advisement. She can be reached at 404.727.2713 or at Jessica_Lowy@bus.emory.edu,
Are you thinking about law school? Located in The Career Center, the Pre-Law Advising Office has a mission to educate Emory’s pre-law students and alumni about pursuing legal career pathways and prepare them to be successful in the law school application process. To accomplish this goal, the Office provides a variety of programs and services designed to assist Emory’s pre-law community throughout the process of preparing for a legal education. The Pre-Law Advising Office serves three main functions for Emory pre-law students – Advising, Programming, and Communications.
The PreLaw Advising Office in the Career Center is managed by the University Pre-Law Advisor, who is there to provide you with guidance through this process. You may schedule an advising appointment by calling The Career Center at 404.727.6211.
In cooperation with the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Emory University offers a joint education path, referred to as the Dual Degree Program in Engineering. The Dual Degree Program leads to a Bachelor of Arts, or a Bachelor of Science, degree awarded by Emory and a Bachelor of Science in engineering awarded by the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Emory College of Arts and Sciences and Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing offer a program in which students may earn the Bachelor of Science (BS) or Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from Emory College and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from the School of Nursing as part of a dual degree program.
For more information please visit the Dual Degree Website