We invite you to be our guest and discover the array of educational opportunities that await you at Emory University School of Medicine.
Each year Emory University School of Medicine enrolls 138 new students in the first-year class. Emory encourages applications from Georgians as well as other well-qualified applicants regardless of geographic origin. Admission is possible only at the beginning of the academic year.
MD Dual Degrees
Emory University School of Medicine cooperates with several Emory programs to offer exciting dual-degree programs. While the admissions path for each program varies, all applicants to a dual degree program must first apply with AMCAS and follow all the procedures for MD applicants
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Our application deadline is midnight February 1, 2013. First round of interviews will be held in February, 2013 after the February 1st deadline. Therefore applicants interested in early admission decisions should have their applications submitted with ALL supporting documents before January 15th, 2013.
Physical Therapy Dual Degrees
Applicants who are interested in the joint DPT/MBA or DPT/MPH degree programs must apply to and be admitted by both of the programs within the first year of the DPT program or earlier. Refer to Prospective Applicants for additional details on the admissions process.
MMSc in Anesthesiology
The application period is open from August through December of each year for matriculation in late August of the following year. Only complete applications are considered for review by the admissions committee. Please submit electronic applications only. No hard-copy applications will be accepted.
MMSc in Human Genetics & Genetic Counseling
Consideration for admission is based on a combination of factors including academic preparedness, exposure to the genetic counseling profession, experience with patient care and/or supportive counseling and an interview. All application materials must be received by December 15. Applicants will be notified of their selection for an interview by January 31st.
MMSc - Physician Assistant
Emory University is a participant in CASPA (Centralized Application Service for PAs). This is a web-based service which allows candidates to apply to multiple participating programs. CASPA verifies your application for accuracy processes the application electronically and forwards your application materials to your designated PA Programs.Please note that CASPA requires all materials be received, including letters of recommendation and payment, before sending information to the PA Program. It is the applicant's responsibility to make sure these materials are received by CASPA.
MMSc - Physician Assistant Dual Degree
Students must apply to and be accepted to both the MMSc-PA and MPH programs during the same admission cycle. Both the PA and MPH programs utilize centralized application processes therefore students apply to a specific department in the School of Public Health through SOPHAS and to the Physician Assistant Program through CASPA.
BMSc in Medical Imaging
All applicants who meet the minimum admission criteria will be considered for admission into the program. However, preference is given to applicants who exceed the minimum criteria and who have prior medical experience. The actual determination of applicant admission to the Medical Imaging Program is a function of the Medical Imaging Program Admissions Committee. Admissions are competitive and are based on scholastic history, personal interview, and references.