Two-Week Noncredit Courses

The Emory Pre-College Program offers a diverse selection of two-week non-credit courses in a variety of disciplines. Students will experience college-level academics in a small class setting with some of Emory's leading experts in their respective fields and will receive written feedback on their work at the end of the course. Pre-College students will also receive a grade of Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory and a certificate of completion at the conclusion of the program.

All non-credit courses meet from 9:00-11:30am daily and may have additional requirements (excursions, film viewings, etc.) in the afternoons or evenings. In addition to their coursework, each Pre-College student will participate in College 101 sessions which are held in the afternoons (read more here).

We have a Course Guide here to help you decide which course to choose. What are you interested in? Global Issues, Medicine, Psychology, the Arts? We can help. Contact us if you need more assistance.

Remember, students may only register for one Pre-College course per two-week session, but we do welcome students to enroll in multiple courses in consecutive sessions.

Session A

Creative Writing WorkshopJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FEmily Leithauser
Developmental PsychologyJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FElizabeth Kim
Economics: Principles and Current IssuesJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FGordon Streeb
Introduction to Business: Essential Concepts for ExecutivesJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FJamie Turner
Introduction to NeuroscienceJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FJason Shepard
Law and LitigationJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FAaron Kirk
Media and PoliticsJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FAndra Gillespie
Medical MicrobiologyJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FJasmine Clark

This course is currently full.

Pre-Med Studies: The Anatomy of MovementJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FThomas Abelew

This course is currently full.

Sports MedicineJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FJoan Reed
Writing the Personal EssayJune 17 - June 309:00am - 11:30amM-FWilliam Gruber

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Session B

Cancer: The Biology Behind The DiseaseJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FEmily Summerbell
Cognitive PsychologyJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FJason Shepard
Economics: Principles and Current IssuesJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FGordon Streeb
Forensics: Violence and Crime in US Public HealthJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FTrisha Sheridan
Global Health LeadershipJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-F Helen Baker and Blake McGee
Infectious Diseases: Causes and CuresJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FKatherine Bricker

This course is currently full.

Introduction to Branding and Marketing: Strategies and Tactics to Succeed in Business July 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FBrad Taylor
Social PsychologyJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FJessica Barber
World Inequality and Global PovertyJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FKali-Ahset Amen
Writing For College SuccessJuly 1 - July 149:00am - 11:30amM-FKathleen Leuschen

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Session C

Abnormal PsychologyJuly 15 - July 289:00am - 11:30amM-FGloria Faboyede
Cancer: The Biology Behind the DiseaseJuly 15 - July 289:00am - 11:30amM-FEmily Summerbell
Civil Rights and Social Justice in the US July 15 - July 289:00am - 11:30amM-FKathleen Leuschen
Dramatic Writing StudioJuly 15 - July 289:00am - 11:30amM-FJireh Holder
Insights into Advertising and PromotionJuly 15 - July 289:00am - 11:30amM-FReshma Shah
Medical MicrobiologyJuly 15 - July 289:00am - 11:30amM-FJasmine Clark
The Neuroscience of Brain EnhancementJuly 15 - July 289:00am - 11:30amM-FMichael Crutcher

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