Join us to learn about Mercer University's graduate and professional programs offered at our Atlanta campus. This is a great opportunity to meet informally with program directors, admissions representatives and current graduate students from several of Mercer's schools and colleges, including College of Health Professions, College of Pharmacy, Georgia Baptist College of Nursing, Penfield College and the School of Medicine.
You’ll also receive information about admission requirements, the application process, and financial aid and payment options. Browse the list of available information sessions below and register today to discover how Mercer can help you advance your personal and professional goals.
Clinical Medical Psychology, Psy.D.
The School of Medicine's Psy.D. in Clinical Medical Psychology program is designed to produce graduates who are eligible for licensure as practicing clinical psychologists, particularly in integrative health care settings.
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Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program provides a comprehensive entry-level professional education, including an integrated clinical education track that consists of service-learning, clinical experiences, and clinical internships. Mercer DPT students are actively engaged in patient/client-related activities each semester.
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Master of Public Health (MPH)
The Master of Public Health (MPH) program offers students a rewarding opportunity to help reduce health disparities and to improve the quality of life for families and communities. Mercer offers a generalist MPH degree teaching skill sets that open doors to various opportunities in the field.
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Physician Assistant Studies, M.M.Sc.
The College of Health Professions offers an innovative and comprehensive curriculum that will maximize your learning experience as a Physician Assistant student, located on Mercer’s Cecil B. Day Graduate and Professional Campus in Atlanta.
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Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD)
Mercer's Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program is designed to emphasize patient-centered care and is designed to provide the scholastic expertise necessary for the highest level of professionalism in a variety of settings. The PharmD Program's hybrid-block schedule combines concentrated foundational and pharmacotherapy courses with practice-oriented and elective courses.
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Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ph.D.
The Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences is designed for students seeking teaching and research careers in academic institutions, the pharmaceutical industry and other health-related agencies. An interdisciplinary approach prepares graduates to perform independent research, encourage scholarly development and acquire teaching skills. Areas of specialization include pharmacology, pharmaceutics, toxicology, and medicinal chemistry.
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The Georgia Baptist College of Nursing's Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program is designed for aspiring nursing professionals. Mercer offers two concentrations in the BSN program: Prelicensure Track (formerly referred to as the generic track) or the RN-BSN Completion track.
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Learn more about the Master of Science degrees in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and School Counseling, and the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Counselor Education and Supervision.
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Healthcare Leadership - Organizational Leadership, M.S.
The M.S. in Organizational Leadership with a focus on Healthcare Leadership is designed for aspiring or existing leaders from diverse professions and backgrounds who are interested in understanding the dynamics of the healthcare system. Indiviudals create and foster their own cohort to develop as advanced professionals for various leadership positions in the healthcare industry.
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Health Informatics, M.S.
The M.S. in Health Informatics prepares individuals interested in the intersection between data and healthcare to create better business decisions. Aspiring healthcare professionals develop the knowledge and skills needed to advance their career.
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Human Services, M.S.
Human Services is an interdisciplinary study designed for students interested in closing the gap between individuals, communities and resources to improve healthcare. Mercer offers two concentrations in the Human Services program: Gerontology Services Child and Adolescent Services. Learn more about Mercer's Human Services Program>
Biomedical Sciences (MSBMS)
The Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences program is a research-intensive, thesis-based graduate program designed to prepare students for employment in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries; healthcare; teaching; and for further postgraduate studies at the doctoral level in medicine (MD, DO), dental medicine (DMD), or in basic and applied/translational research (Ph.D.).
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Doctor of Medicine (MD)
The Doctor of Medicine (MD) curriculum has been organized and designed to support the mission of training physicians to meet the health care needs of rural and other underserved areas of Georgia by insuring a superior medical education, by developing independent, life-long learning skills and by continual practice in the application of medical knowledge to patient problems.
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Master of Family Therapy (MFT)
The School of Medicine’s Master of Family Therapy (MFT) program works to transform MFT and medical students into competent, compassionate and ethical professionals who work collaboratively to meet the needs of individuals, couples, families and communities, including the rural and underserved.
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PreClinical Sciences (MSPCS)
The Master of Science in Preclinical Sciences program addresses concepts that are foundational to the practice of medicine and to research in the biomedical field. The two main goals of the MSPCS are to prepare graduates for careers in science teaching, academic laboratory research, publishing or policy-making, and to enhance the scientific knowledge of graduates who desire to pursue a Ph.D. in the biomedical sciences, a medical degree through either a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) program, or other degrees in healthcare, such as in Pharmacy, Physician Assistant or Dentistry.
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