Emory & Henry College Educational Facilities
Nestled in the Virginia Highlands, the Emory & Henry central historic campus encompasses 168 pristine acres and is surrounded by an additional 167 undeveloped acres and the village of Emory.
Health Sciences Campus
The School of Nursing (SON) was established as an expansion from the Department of Nursing, as a separate school in 2021. The SON has a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) program with two tracks; a pre-licensure BSN and a RN-BSN. In 2023, the School of Nursing began a MSN degree with two clinical tracks, Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) with a focus on Adult/Gerontology and coursework in Nurse Educator and a Family Nurse Practitioner tracks. Both tracks lead to eligibility for advanced practice licensure. In addition, an accelerated bridge from RN to BSN track, where during the last 12 credit hours if their BSN program, they may apply to a MSN track. If accepted, they may substitute 6.0 undergraduate credit hours (NURS 402 Informatics and NURS 405 Healthcare Policy & Finance) for the corresponding NURS 502 & 505 graduate level courses. Upon graduation, they receive both a BSN & MSN.
The School of Health Sciences was established in 2014 with the goal of preparing compassionate, patient-centered, highly skilled health care professionals who not only provide quality healthcare to their patients, but actively engage in leadership and service opportunities within their professional organizations and communities. The School of Health Sciences has both undergraduate and graduate programs.
- Undergraduate – Exercise Science; Pre-Health
- Graduate – Occupational Therapy (OTD); Physical Therapy (DPT); Physician Assistant (MPAS); and Counseling (CMHC).
The 120-acre riding center has indoor and outdoor arenas and a cross-country course suitable for competitions and hands-on training.
Bartlett-Crowe Field Station
Provides education, research, and service opportunities in the Appalachian forest and river ecosystems.