Our MD program centers on patient contact and active learning, with clinical training from the first week — much earlier than you'll find at most schools. It also has dual degree options in bioethicsbusinesspublic health, and biomedical and clinical/translational research (master's and PhD programs).

Emory's Laney Graduate School offers interdisciplinary PhD programs in biochemistry, cancer biology, genetics and molecular biology, immunology and pathogenesis, microbiology, pharmacology, neuroscience, and population biology.

Historically one of the top physical therapy programs in the country, this degree prepares physical therapists for practice in an evolving health care environment. There are also options for a dual degree in applied physiology, bioethics, business, and public health.

Master of Medical Science Anesthesiology (MMSc)

A 27-month graduate program including 2,500 hours of clinical rotation that covers all specialty areas of anesthesia practice and a range of hospital settings.

Master of Medical Science Genetic Counseling (MMSc)

The first in the state of Georgia, our genetic counseling program offers a combination of cutting-edge coursework, extensive clinical experiences, research opportunities, and a five-semester internship.

Master of Medical Science Physician Assistant (MMSc-PA)

Our program emphasizes team-based care, patient advocacy, and primary and preventive care for medically underserved populations. There's also an option for adding a master's in public health, one of the few dual degrees of its kind in the field.

Bachelor of Medical Science Medical Imaging (BMSc)

Graduates of this specialized undergraduate program should advance more rapidly into management, educational positions, careers as application specialists for imaging equipment, or advanced clinical practice in CT and MRI.