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Mercer University, Georgia, USA / 摩斯大学,乔治亚州,美国
Mercer University, Georgia, USA
For information on its Liberal Arts, Law, Pharmacy, Health Sciences, Business, Economics, Medicine, Engineering, Education, Theology, Nursing, and Music programs
Please contact Mdm Lily Kong at prec@studyandmigrate.com
Mercer University’s reputation is built on its rigorous academic programs, outstanding faculty, and state-of-the-art facilities. Yet, tradition plays an important role in the University’s unique identity as a faith-based institution committed to religious and intellectual freedom and respect for religious diversity. Students across Mercer’s 11 schools and colleges benefit from a welcoming atmosphere and small-class learning environment. They learn from a prestigious, yet caring, faculty — not from teaching assistants, as found at many universities. Mercer’s faculty members, whose credentials come from some of the world’s finest academic institutions, are distinguished for both teaching and research. More than 90 percent of the faculty hold doctorates or the highest attainable degrees in their respective fields.


U.S. News Ranks Mercer University Among Top 10 Schools in the South for 13th Consecutive Year
September 13, 2011

Mercer University, for the 13th consecutive year, has made the Top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of comprehensive universities in the South.  Mercer is ranked No. 9 in the South in the 2012 “Best Regional Universities” category. The University is also ranked No. 7 in the South in the category of “Great Schools, Great Prices,” and Mercer’s School of Engineering is once again ranked among the Top 50 undergraduate engineering programs in the nation.
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Princeton Review: Mercer One of America's Best Colleges
August 2, 2011

Princeton Review has again named Mercer University one of America’s best colleges in the 2012 edition of the book, “The Best 376 Colleges.” Only about 15 percent of the 2,500 four-year colleges in America and three colleges outside the U.S.A. were chosen for the book.  This marks the ninth consecutive year that Mercer has been featured.
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Two Mercer MBA Programs Make ‘Top 15’ Lists in Entrepreneur Magazine’s April Issue
March 25, 2010

Reviews by Master of Business Administration students at Mercer University’s Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics place the program among the top 15 in the nation in two categories of The Princeton Review’s “Student Opinion Honors for Business Schools.” The MBA students cited Mercer’s preparation as superior in the categories of marketing and accounting, putting the University in the same company as Duke, Harvard, Indiana, Michigan and Northwestern. The list appears in the April 2010 issue of Entrepreneur magazine.
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Princeton Review Names Mercer Law, Business Schools Among America’s Best Graduate Programs
October 15, 2010

The Princeton Review has again named Mercer University’s law and business programs among the nation’s best, announcing this week that the Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics was listed in its guidebook, Best 300 Business Schools: 2011 Edition, and that the Walter F. George School of Law was listed in Best 172 Law Schools: 2011 Edition.
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U.S. News Ranks Mercer University Among Top 10 Schools in the South for 12th Consecutive Year
August 17, 2010

Mercer University, for the 12th consecutive year, has made the Top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of comprehensive universities in the South. Mercer was again ranked No. 8 in the South in the 2010 “Best Regional Universities” category. The University also moved up to the No. 4 spot in the South for “Great Schools, Great Prices.”
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Princeton Review: Mercer One of America’s Best Colleges
August 2, 2010

The Princeton Review has again named Mercer University one of America’s best colleges in the 2011 edition of the book, “Best 373 Colleges.” Only about 15 percent of the four-year colleges in America and two Canadian colleges were chosen for the book. This also marks the eighth consecutive year that Mercer has been featured.
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Princeton Review Names Mercer Law, Business Schools Among America’s Best Graduate Programs
October 9, 2009

The Princeton Review has again named Mercer University’s law and business programs among the nation’s best, announcing that the Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics was listed in its guidebook, Best 301 Business Schools: 2010 Edition, and that the Walter F. George School of Law was listed in Best 174 Law Schools: 2010 Edition.
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U.S. News Ranks Mercer Among Top 10 Schools in the South for 11th Straight Year
August 20, 2009

MACON — Mercer University for the 11th consecutive year has made the Top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of comprehensive universities in the South.  Mercer is ranked No. 8 in the South in the 2010 “Best Universities-Master’s” category. The University has for 20 consecutive years been ranked in the top 15 in that category, which includes institutions that provide a full range of undergraduate and master’s programs, and few, if any, doctoral programs. More than 500 universities are ranked within four geographic areas – North, South, Midwest and West.
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The Princeton Review Features Mercer In Latest Edition of 'Best 371 Colleges'
July 27, 2009

MACON — For the seventh consecutive year, The Princeton Review has named Mercer University to its list of America’s best colleges in the 2010 edition of the book, “Best 371 Colleges.” Only about 15 percent of the four-year colleges in America and two Canadian colleges were chosen for the book.


The University’s major academic units include:
College of Liberal Arts
The oldest of the University’s academic units, the College remains the cornerstone of Mercer’s educational programs. The College offers an array of baccalaureate programs in the humanities, fine arts, sciences and social sciences. The student chapter of the American Chemical Society has been rated “outstanding” for three consecutive years — the only one in the country to achieve this distinction.

Walter F. George School of Law
(Macon): Established in 1873, the Law School is one of the oldest law schools in the South. Its excellence is evidenced by the many graduates who have been eminently successful in their legal careers and who have achieved distinction in public life on the state and national levels. For the second consecutive year, the Law School’s legal writing program is ranked the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
(Atlanta): Founded in 1903, the independent pharmacy school merged with Mercer University in 1959. The College offers the Doctor of Pharmacy degree, a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences degree and Doctor of Pharmacy/Doctor of Philosophy degrees, as well as the Master of Medical Science degree in its new Physician Assistant program. U.S. News & World Report ranks the College of Pharmacy among the top 30 in the nation and places it No. 2 among private pharmacy programs in the country.

School of Medicine
(Macon, Atlanta, Savannah): Recently celebrating its 25-year milestone, the School admitted its first class in 1982. Accepting only legal residents of Georgia into its M.D. program, the School is committed to meeting Georgia’s health care needs of medically-underserved areas. The initial class of 30 first-year medical students on the Savannah campus began study in the fall of 2008. The school also offers the Master of Public Health, Master of Family Therapy, and Master of Science in Anesthesia degrees.

Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics
(Macon, Atlanta, Douglas County, Henry County, Savannah): Established in 1984, the School offers the Bachelor of Business Administration, the Master of Business Administration, Master of Accountancy, Professional Master of Business Administration and the Executive Master of Business Administration degrees. The School holds accreditation from the prestigious Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business – AACSB International.

School of Engineering
(Macon): The School of Engineering is one of the three best in the Southeast among non-doctoral programs, according to U.S. News & World Report. The School admitted its first students in 1985 and offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs.

Tift College of Education
(Macon, Atlanta, Savannah and Regional Academic Centers): Established in 1995, the Tift College of Education is the largest private preparer of teachers in Georgia. The College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in education, as well as courses leading to initial certification for post-baccalaureate students. The College offers two tracks — K-12 and Higher Education — in its Ph.D. in Educational Leadership program in Atlanta and Macon.

James and Carolyn McAfee School of Theology
(Atlanta): The School opened in 1996 and offers a Master of Divinity degree and Doctor of Ministry degree. The curriculum is designed to give students practical experience and academic preparation to enter the ministry as a pastor, missionary, minister of education or chaplain.

Georgia Baptist College of Nursing
(Atlanta): Established in 1902, the College merged with Mercer in 2001 offering a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Since that time, the College expanded degree offerings to include the Master of Science in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice, and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing degrees. Nationally known for bridging undergraduate classroom learning with clinical experiences, graduate programs now offer additional pathways to nursing leadership, advanced practice, and scholarship.

College of Continuing and Professional Studies
(Macon, Atlanta, Regional Academic Centers): Established in 2003, the College offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs and lifelong learning opportunities for adult learners. In 2008, the College in cooperation with the Tift College of Education introduced a Master’s Degree in School Counseling to prepare counselors to address Georgia’s efforts not only to meet the needs of its growing elementary, middle and high school populations, but also to help students remain in school and ultimately improve graduation rates across the state.

Townsend School of Music
(Macon): Established in 2006, the School developed from the Department of Music in the College of Liberal Arts. In addition to its undergraduate degrees, the School offers graduate music programs through the Townsend-McAfee Institute for Graduate Church Music Studies. It is also home to the Robert McDuffie Center for Strings and the Robert McDuffie and Friends Labor Day Festival for Strings, which gives exceptionally talented high school string musicians the opportunity to study with some of the nation’s master concert artists.


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