Who should apply?

Emory University’s Master of Arts in Bioethics is a career-enhancing graduate degree that is ideal for those that are interested in the social and ethical challenges facing medicine, health and the life sciences and want to be best prepared to respond to these challenges.  These challenges have attracted a diverse range of students to our program including mid-career professionals (e.g. healthcare providers and researchers) as well as post-baccalaureate students transitioning into further postgraduate study.  Our alumni work as medical ethicists, researchers, regulatory managers and compliance officers in organizations such as the Grady Health System, Emory Hospital, Marcus Autism Center and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  If these challenges or possible career paths interest you, we urge you to consider applying to our program. 

If you would like to find out more about how Emory University’s Master of Arts in Bioethics is distinguished from other programs, or how the degree can benefit you in your particular situation, please do not hesitate to contact us on mabioethics@emory.edu.

For other videos about the program, please vist the Bioethics Overview page.