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At Mercer, you are sure to find the major and program that will best help you to pursue a degree that is tailored to your academic and professional goals. The 130 fields of study available in Mercer’s 12 degree-granting schools and colleges run the gamut from acclaimed science and engineering programs to individualized business programs to innovative liberal arts programs. 

Select an area of interest below to learn more about what Mercer has to offer.


Mercer’s Macon undergraduate students may select from more than 60 majors offered among five schools and colleges: liberal arts, business, engineering, education, and music. Service-learning, leadership development and community involvement are three common threads that join all of Mercer’s academic programs, creating a distinct educational environment that also provides a vibrant campus experience. For more information, click here.

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Mercer offers undergraduate programs tailored for the adult learner. Academic programs include business, education, human services, informatics, public safety and more. With flexible delivery options and a diverse offering of programs located at our campuses and regional academic centers in Macon, Atlanta, Douglas County, Eastman, Henry County and Newnan, students are able to earn a respected degree while continuing to work. For more information, click here.


More than 1,700 students are pursuing advanced degrees at Mercer University in a broad range of disciplines, from business to engineering and from pharmaceutical sciences to educational leadership. Students applying to a graduate program will apply directly to the college’s admissions committee. For more information, click here.

Also find out more by visiting the college website for your program of interest:

Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics

School of Engineering

Tift College of Education

Townsend School of Music

College of Continuing and Professional Studies

School of Law

McAfee School of Theology

School of Medicine

School of Pharmacy

Georgia Baptist College of Nursing

College of Health Professions