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Emory Pre-College Program Accepting Applications

Emory's Pre-College Program, a summer academic program for high school students, is now accepting applications for summer 2011.

Emory College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to announce the 2011 Pre-College Program for high school students.  The Pre-College Program allows talented rising high school juniors and seniors to experience Emory's distinctive academic and residential community.

Students may enhance their academic portfolio and earn college credit in six-week undergraduate courses or enroll in two-week, non-credit courses for personal enrichment without the pressures of a grade.  All classes are taught by committed Emory faculty who enjoy teaching and guiding prospective college students. The topics and courses allow for self-discovery, the chance to explore a possible major or career field, or enjoy that heightened level of creative expression and exposure.

Six-week credit courses are offered in disciplines including Biology, Economics, Mathematics, Film Studies, Languages, Sociology and Psychology. Two-week non-credit courses span similar subject areas and include classes such as The Neuroscience of Technology, The Science and Policy of Disease, Writing the Personal Essay and Law and Litigation. Courses run from May 16 to August 5.

For a video about the program, full course listing, admission requirements and an online application, visit www.college.emory.edu/pre-college.  Email the Pre-College Program at summerprograms@emory.edu, or call 404-727-0671 to request a brochure.  The preferred application deadline is May 1. The courtesy scholarship is available for six-week credit courses.

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