Course Information

Course Offerings

The Emory Pre-College Program offers a diverse selection of noncredit courses in a variety of disciplines. 

All noncredit courses for Summer 2021 will meet online Monday-Friday synchronously from 9:30 – 11:00 am or 2:00 - 3:30 pm.  Some courses may have additional requirements (film viewing, group projects, etc.) in the afternoon or evenings. 

Other things to know:

  • Attend more than one session
  • Take one course per synchronous class meeting time
  • Courses graded as Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
  • Pre-Health, STEM/sciences, pre-professional, social sciences, humanities & arts courses offered
  • Online course requirements, technology & netiquette

Noncredit Option

Build your own Pre-College experience by attending both sessions or taking 2 courses in one session (one in each synchronous class meeting time).

  • Only 1 application fee and 1 program fee
  • Must apply for each session
  • Email precollege@emory.edu for more details

Course Offerings

 Find your course in 2 different ways:

  • Start with the Course Interest GuideWhat interests you? Global issues, Medicine, Psychology, STEM?  Find your course by academic category. Need a little more help, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
  • Browse the course list by session below. To view course descriptions and apply, click on Session A or Session B below.

 

Session A: June 28 - July 9

Morning Courses (9:30-11:00 am)

Abnormal Psychology
Advances in Cardiovascular Medicine & Technology
Asian Diaspora in the U.S.: Immigration & Integration
Calculus: A Tool in Intro-level Physics
Entrepreneurship Essentials: From Start-Up to Success
Genetics & Biotechnology
Infectious Diseases: Causes & Cures
Introduction to Branding & Marketing
Law and Advocacy in Modern America
Programming Essentials with Python & Turtle Graphics
Spending the Pandemic with Shakespeare

Afternoon Courses (2:00-3:30 pm)

The Algorithms of Our Life
Advanced Academic Writing
Applied Economic Theory in Local Communities
Biochemistry: The Molecular Machines Within Us
Cancer: The Biology Behind the Disease
Cultural Psychology
Data-Driven Decision Making
Exploring the World of RNA Therapeutics
Race and American Beauty

 

Session B: July 12 - July 23

Morning Courses (9:30-11:00 am)

Bioethics: The Humanities & Sciences in Conversation
Introduction to Business: Essential Concepts for Executives
Issues in Community and Global Health
Medical Microbiology
The Biology of Animal Behavior

Afternoon Courses (2:00-3:30 pm)

African American Literature: The Power of Religion & Spirituality
Cognition and Neuroscience in the Classroom
Curiosities of Neurology & Neuroscience
Data Literacy: Statistics & Storytelling
Dynamics of Advertising & Promotion
Human Physiology
Human Society & Social Behavior
Principles in Medicinal Chemistry
Reel History:  War & Revolution in Film
Robotics and Rapid Prototyping

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