Schools and Units

Emory aspires to transformational leadership based on plans developed by each of our schools and major units.

Undergraduate Colleges

School
Vision
Reports (PDF)
Emory College of Arts and Sciences To become a national model for combining the personal engagement and excellent teaching of a traditional liberal arts college with the ground-breaking scholarship and resources of a major research university
2012
2010
2005
Oxford College To be a community of learning characterized by intellectual vitality and freedom, individual responsibility, personal care, and mutual trust 2012
2010
2005

Graduate and Professional Schools

School
Vision
Reports (PDF)
Graduate School To develop graduate programs that are recognized nationally to be among the top ranked programs in creating new knowledge and for training the next generation of the most effective researchers, scholars, and teachers 2012
2010
2005
School of Business

To be regarded as a thought leader within the business school community, creating and disseminating knowledge at the cutting edge of management practice

The school will be best known for excellence in developing principled, entrepreneurial leaders for global enterprise who drive performance and value creation.

2012
2010
2005
School of Law

To be a destination law school for the best students and professors, and to be a resource for our community and the world

The law school will solidify its ranking among the top law schools in the country.

2012
2010
2005
School of Medicine To achieve top 10 status by 2013 as a leader in educational innovation, research achievement, and clinical excellence 2012
2010
2005
School of Nursing To be become an international leader in the advancement of nursing science, education, practice and policy
2012
2010
2005
School of Public Health To be one of the top five schools of public health in the world
2012
2010
2005
School of Theology To be an intellectually vital, internationally distinguished, and intentionally diverse university-based school of theology, committed to:
Educating ministers, scholars of religion, and other leaders
Expanding knowledge of religion and theology
Deepening spiritual life
Strengthening the public witness of the churches
Building upon the breadth of Christian traditions, particularly the Wesleyan heritage, for the positive transformation of church and world
2012
2010
2005

Units

Unit
Vision
Reports (PDF)
Campus Life To create an exemplary learning community that experientially prepares students for ethical leadership and active citizenship at Emory and beyond 2012
2010
2005
Michael C. Carlos Museum

To be an international destination for scholars, students, and visitors seeking to study the art and history of world cultures

The museum will:
Hold collections led by world-renowned curators comparable to peer university museums to bolster Emory's teaching and research and enrich the Atlanta and tourist communities
Stand as one of the region's premier centers for the conservation and preservation of material culture
Create expanded and enhanced facilities to accommodate special exhibitions, larger permanent collections, and more visitors
Provide the highest quality cultural and educational programming for the city and region, serving the university, the community, and area schools and teachers, with access to scholarship and resources

2012
2010
2005
Center for Ethics To inspire and advance scholarship and education in ethics, to ignite the moral imagination of leaders in all walks of life, and to foster lives of moral meaning and ethical engagement 2010
2005
Emory Healthcare To be recognized as a leading academic health system, differentiated by discovery, innovation, and compassionate patient- and family-centered care
2012
2010
2005
Emory Libraries Emory students, faculty, and external communities will recognize the Emory library as a model research library that fosters courageous inquiry through the integration of distinctive digital, print, and multimedia resources. 2012
2010
2005
Yerkes National Primate Research Center To be recognized nationally and internationally as a leading center for both basic and applied research that involves our nonhuman primate colony and other animal species strategically in the service of humanity 2012
2010
2005