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Emory University

Atlanta, GA


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AP Credit Policy

Students may receive up to 12 credit hours towards hours required for graduation. Students with more than four acceptable AP test scores may receive a non-credit-bearing course waiver for each additional test. Scores below 4 will not be accepted as fulfilling Emory requirements. Students will receive 3 credit hours for each accepted test scores, up to 12 total credit hours. Students may fulfill GER requirements with AP tests. Test score information must be sent to Emory directly from the organization issuing test scores and must be received by the end of a student's first semester at Emory.

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  • Offers placement into advanced courses


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Majors and Degrees

The college offers the following degrees: Bachelor's, Certificate, Master's, and Doctoral

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Special Academics Program

  • Accelerated Study
  • Cooperative Education
  • Cross-Registration
  • Distance Learning
  • Double Major
  • Dual Enrollment of High School Students
  • English as a Second Language
  • Honors Program
  • Independent Study
  • Internships
  • Liberal Arts/Career Combination
  • ROTC, Air Force
  • ROTC, Army
  • ROTC, Navy
  • Study Abroad
  • Undergraduate Research

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