Since majority of students at Emory are Pre-Med and/or Pre-Law, a lot of chemistry, biology, neuroscience, business administration/economics, and political science majors dominant the school. For these classes, there are multiple sections and a lot with labs because so many students choose to go down the pre-professional path. Again, health is very important at Emory, and with more liberal arts classes involving anthropological and sociological research, there are a handful of students also taking these classes as well. I would say when it is time to shop for classes, students get really excited by the amount that Emory has to offer, that spots in classes fill up quite fast. However, those classes that are most popular are the required classes for the pre-professional majors, and majority of Emory students fight for the spots pretty aggressively.
The most popular courses at Emory are as follows:
1. Speech Class (it's called voice & diction) ~ it's easy, but it's also so helpful and fun
2. Sociology Classes ~ they tend to not be as difficult and very interesting
3. The Psychology of Happiness ~ all you have to do is write journal entries
4. Global Health ~ so popular that now they've made it a minor
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