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Emory Pre-College Programs

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Location:
Atlanta, GA

Type of Program / Who can apply:
Academic Enrichment; College Preparatory/International students may apply for the two-week non-credit courses only.

Website:
http://precollege.emory.edu/

Program Dates:
Two-Week Non-Credit Courses: Session A: June 30 – July 13, 2013 Session B: July 14 – July 27, 2013 Session C: July 28 – August 10, 2013 Six-Week Credit Courses: Session 1: May 20 – June 28, 2013 (commuter students only) Session 2: July 1 – August 9, 2013 (residential program available)

Tuition:
Two-Week Non-Credit Course Commuter $2448 Residential $3479 Six-Week Credit Course (Four Credits)* Commuter $5701 Residential $9395

Program Overview:
The Emory Pre-College Program offers students an opportunity to preview the best of college life: from compelling courses taught by renowned faculty to life on a vibrant campus, from becoming an active participant in the university, local, and global communities to
developing friendships with other students from around the world. Emory Pre-College students will experience a challenging college-level
academic course, but they will also gain exposure to other academic disciplines, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities, and residential
college life.

All Pre-College students will participate in College 101 afternoon sessions designed to help high school students prepare for their college
experience. Coupled with their academic work, College 101 programs will help equip students to understand and prioritize what to look for
in a college and to hit the ground running when they do arrive at their college of choice.
Beyond these components of the Emory Pre-College experience, students will also have the opportunity to explore Atlanta and the attractions the city has to offer and to enjoy dorm life and extra-curricular activities organized by the Residence Life staff.

This summer we expect to have about 150 Pre-College students on the Emory campus. Those students will be spread over three two week sessions, so there will be about 50 students enrolled in the Pre-College Program at any given time. The relatively small size of our
program ensures that students receive personal attention from both their professors and the residence life staff and that they get to know most of the other pre-college students. Around 90% of the students enrolled in two-week courses are residential and will live on campus in Turman Hall.

Program Offering:
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. 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.

COURSES MAY INCLUDE:
Science
Neuroscience and Technology
The Neuroscience of Addiction
The Chemistry of Energy
Nanomaterials: From Electronics to Medicine
Writing (and Reading) for Science Research
Pre-Professional
Law and Litigation
The Science and Policy of Disease
Arts and Humanities
Introduction to Film Studies
Writing the Personal Essay
Ethics and Bioethics
Music and the Movies
Sex, Power, and Politics
Poetry, Music, and Songs
Telling Your Story Through Dance
Social Science
The Sociology of Globalization
The Psychology of Creativity
Psychology and Current Fiction
Abnormal Psychology
Economics: Principles and Current Issues
Experimental Economics

For the most up-to-date course listings and descriptions, see http://precollege.emory.edu/

Sample Schedule / Life on Campus / Extra Opportunities:
A Typical Day
7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Breakfast in the Dobbs University Center (DUC)
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Class
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch in the DUC
1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Free/study time: There will be optional activities, community volunteer opportunities, and Atlanta-area excursions
available to students during this time.*
3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. College 101
These themed presentations are designed to help high school students prepare for and learn what to expect and gain from their college
experience. College 101 programming may include guest speakers, faculty and student-led panel discussions, seminars on the college
admission process, a workshop on writing a college admission essay, meet-and-greets with the Office of Admission staff, and academic department previews.
5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Dinner in the DUC
8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Free/study time: There will be optional activities, co-curricular programming (movie screenings, etc.), and group
outings (Braves game, etc.) available to students during this time.*
11:00 p.m. Weekday curfew, students must be in the dorms (curfew is midnight on weekends).

*Co-curricular and extracurricular evening and weekend activities may include: service projects at the Atlanta Community Food Bank or
Project Open Hand, movie nights, campus concerts, sports and arts exhibits on campus, the Georgia Shakespeare Festival, a tour of the
Center for Disease Control (CDC), a tour of the the Yerkes Research Center, talent shows, lunch and/or dinner at famous Atlanta restaurants, an Atlanta Braves game, and/or visits to Atlanta attractions such as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center, the Atlanta History
Center, the Carter Center, the Margaret Mitchell House, Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola. A full day of Atlanta-area activities is planned for all Pre-College students on Saturdays. Sundays are typically more relaxed days with many optional activities

Special Requirements:
Internet-based TOEFL: 100.

 
 

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