College of Liberal Arts (Macon)
The oldest of the University's schools, the College remains the center of Mercer's educational programs. It offers a full array of baccalaureate programs in the humanities, fine arts, sciences and social sciences and the following degrees: bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of science in medicine, bachelor of science in dentistry and bachelor of science in medical technology.
 
Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics (Macon and Atlanta)
Established in 1984, the Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics, provides a balanced curriculum that blends the theoretical with the application so students can put what they learn into practice immediately. The School offers the BBA degree with the innovative MAPS (Managed Academic Path to Success) program in Macon, an evening and weekend BBA degree completion program in Atlanta and an evening BBA degree in Douglas County. In graduate studies, the School offers the MBA degree in Macon and Atlanta, the Executive MBA degree in Atlanta and the Professional MBA in Savannah and Henry County. The School of Business holds the highest level of accreditation for business education  by the prestigious AACSB International - the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. 
 
School of Engineering (Macon)
The Engineering School admitted its first students in 1985. It offers the following degrees: bachelor of science in engineering, bachelor of science, master of science in engineering, master of science and master of engineering. The University operates the Mercer Engineering Research Center in Warner Robins and is an education partner with Robins Air Logistics Center.
 
Tift College of Education (Macon, Atlanta, and Centers)
In 1995, teacher education programs in the College of Liberal Arts and the academic programs of the University College were consolidated to form the College of Education.  It offers the following degrees: bachelor of science in education, bachelor of science in social science, bachelor of liberal studies, master of education and specialist in education. In 2005, the college introduced a master of education in education leadership degree program In Atlanta, Macon and Henry County.
 
Georgia Baptist College of Nursing (Atlanta)
The Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University provides excellent nursing education founded upon Christian principles and the core values of the College, which enables its graduates to meet society's health care needs. The College offers a bachelor of science in nursing degree and an RN-BSN advanced track for practicing registered nurses. The College also offers a master of science in nursing degree.
 
 College of Continuing and Professional Studies 
(Atlanta, Douglas County, Henry County, Eastman, and Macon)
Established January 2003, the College of Continuing and Professional Studies is committed to serving adult learners with distinctive interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate degree programs that integrate theory and practice in unique ways.  The College offers undergraduate degrees in criminal justice, human services, organization leadership, and liberal studies as well as general education offerings.  On the graduate level, the College of Continuing and Professional Studies offers a master's degree program in counseling, school counseling, and public safety leadership on the Atlanta campus.

Walter F. George School of Law (Macon)
The Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law is one of the oldest law schools in the country. The Woodruff Curriculum, Mercer Law School's model curriculum, focuses on ethics and practical skills. It was honored with the Gambrelli Professionalism Award from the American Bar Association for its "depth and excellence" and "obvious commitment to professionalism."
 
 College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (Atlanta)
Mercer University's College of of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is a recognized leader in pharmacy education. The College of Pharmacy was the first school in the southeast and fifth in the nation to offer the doctor of pharmacy degree (Pharm.D.) as its sole professional degree. In addition to the Pharm.D. degree, students can pursue a doctor of pharmacy/master of business administration degree, doctor of pharmacy/doctor of philosophy degree, or the doctor of philosophy in pharmaceutical sciences.
 
School of Medicine (Macon and Savannah)
The School of Medicine is dedicated to the lives of Georgians and emphasizes in its curriculum the need for physicians to practice primary care and other needed specialities in rural and other medically-underserved areas of the state. In addition to the doctor of medicine degree, the School of Medicine offers master's degrees in public health, family therapy and family services. In partnership with the Medical Center of Central Georgia, the school also offers a master's program for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.
 
James and Carolyn McAfee School of Theology (Atlanta)
The School opened in 1996 with a curriculum designed to give students practical experience and academic preparation to enter the ministry as a pastor, missionary, minister of education or chaplain. It offers the master of divinity degree and the doctor of ministry degree.
 
 
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