The demand for nurses and the career options available to them just keep growing. You may envision yourself as a clinical care nurse, a critical care nurse, a clinical researcher, or a nurse educator. You may see yourself at hospital in Atlanta or a small clinic in a developing nation. Regardless of your goal, the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing will prepare you for success. What's more, the multiple health science resources on and around Emory’s campus provide excellent hands-on experience and training. You may apply to start at Emory's School of Nursing your junior year.
Focus: Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Extracurricular Activity: Emory Student Nursing Association Senior Class Representative
“Since earning my first bachelor’s degree I’ve mostly been in lab settings but found myself interested in having more patient contact. My favorite Emory classes are those that involve a clinical aspect. I enjoy the hands-on experiences most.
“One of the most amazing parts about Emory is that we have such diverse students. Our backgrounds are so different, and everyone brings something unique to the table. This aspect of our particular program makes for an especially enriching experience.”