Emory encourages the pursuit of lifelong learning, and seeks to serve the community by providing a variety of continuing education programs.
Evening and Executive MBA degree programs for working professionals require admission.
Emory Executive Education non-degree programs are designed to enhance working professionals' careers and contributions.
Continuing Medical Education (CME) classes advance the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) courses sharpen the practicing professional's ability to identify, analyze and intervene in health problems.
The Career Master of Public Health, which requires admission, is a web-based graduate program for working professionals.
The Public Health Informatics Certificate program is primarily designed for professionals with advanced training.
Continuing education programs serve professionals and laity of all denominations.
Teachers may take workshops and courses, including some for PLU (Professional Learning Unit) credit, that are aligned with Georgia's Performance Standards.
High School Students
Pre-College Program: Rising juniors and seniors may earn college credit in six-week undergraduate courses or enroll in two-week non-credit courses.
Youth Theological Initiative: Rising juniors and seniors may participate in a three-week experience in Christian theological education.
Middle School Students
Challenge & Champions: Rising 6th - 8th grade students may pursue learning and leadership programs.
Arts and Athletics Camps
Emory Athletics: Emory coaches lead a variety of summer sports camps.
Camp Carlos: The Michael C. Carlos Museum offers an array of summer camp programs.
Student Activity & Academic Center (SAAC): Athletic camps are offered at Emory's Clairmont campus.