Emory University - Art Ranking 2015

Emory UniversityRanked
264
in the USA
Emory University is a medium-sized not-for-profit college offering numerous disciplines along with art programs and located in Atlanta, Georgia. This school was founded in 1836 and is presently offering bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in 4 art programs.

Emory University is very expensive: depending on the program, tuition cost is about $46,000 per year. Recent data analysis showed that Emory University area is dangerous; the college is reported to have a very bad rating for on-campus crime.

Emory University art program ranks #264 (out of 2316; top 15%) in the United States and #7 in Georgia. Major competing art colleges for this college are University of Georgia in Athens and University of South Carolina Columbia in Columbia. See the details about all twelve competitors and offered art majors and minors below.


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Overall school rankings 2015:

Ranked #7 Art School in Georgia
Ranked #73 Art School in The South
Ranked #264 Art School in USA

Programs rankings 2015:

State of Georgia Ranking

Ranked #5 Performing Arts School
Ranked #6 General Fine Arts School
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The South Regional Ranking

Ranked #66 General Fine Arts School
Ranked #75 Performing Arts School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #215 General Fine Arts School
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You may be interested in other ways to enroll Emory University:
Dance Programs - ranked top 45% in USA
Film Programs - ranked top 20% in USA
Music Programs - ranked top 15% in USA
Performing Arts Programs - ranked top 15% in USA
Theatre Programs - ranked top 15% in USA
Also, see how Emory University is ranking among graduate schools in Georgia.

Contact information:

Emory University
408 Administration Building, 201 Dowman Drive
Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone: (404) 727-6123

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Emory University Location Map


Art majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Art History, Criticism and Conservation
General Dance
General Drama and Theatre Arts
General Fine and Studio Arts

Master's degree

Art History, Criticism and Conservation

Doctor's degree

Art History, Criticism and Conservation

Minors offered:

Bachelor's degree

Art History, Criticism and Conservation
General Dance
General Drama and Theatre Arts
General Fine and Studio Arts

Local competitors:

University of Georgia - Art School Ranking
University of Georgia

Athens, GA, 14 art programs

University of South Carolina Columbia - Art School Ranking
University of South Carolina Columbia

Columbia, SC, 14 art programs

The University of Alabama - Art School Ranking
The University of Alabama

Tuscaloosa, AL, 13 art programs

Auburn University - Art School Ranking
Auburn University

Auburn, AL, 8 art programs

The University of Tennessee - Art School Ranking
The University of Tennessee

Knoxville, TN, 8 art programs

Georgia Institute of Technology - Art School Ranking
Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, GA, 4 art programs

Georgia Southern University - Art School Ranking
Georgia Southern University

Statesboro, GA, 7 art programs

Georgia State University - Art School Ranking
Georgia State University

Atlanta, GA, 3 art programs

Clemson University - Art School Ranking
Clemson University

Clemson, SC, 5 art programs

Kennesaw State University - Art School Ranking
Kennesaw State University

Kennesaw, GA, 5 art programs

Middle Tennessee State University - Art School Ranking
Middle Tennessee State University

Murfreesboro, TN, 7 art programs

Winthrop University - Art School Ranking
Winthrop University

Rock Hill, SC, 10 art programs

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