The University of Georgia’s main campus in Athens offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees in 16 different schools and colleges to more than 33,000 students. However, a UGA graduate education may be closer than you think! For more information about each campus, please visit the respective websites.
UGA’s Gwinnett Campus offers a variety of graduate degree programs, plus continuing education programs for professional development. Students study at a convenient location, just off I-85 in Lawrenceville.
- Learning, Leadership, and Organizational Development Education Ed.D.
- Business Administration M.B.A.
- Counseling and Student Personnel Services Ph.D.
- Educational Administration and Policy M.Ed., Ed.S.
- Human Resources and Organizational Development M.Ed.
- Learning, Design, and Technology (IDD) M.Ed.
- Learning, Design, and Technology (IDD) Ed.S.
- Learning, Design, and Technology (SLM) M.Ed.
- Learning, Design, and Technology (SLM) Ed.S.
- Kinesiology M.S.
- PACSS (Alt Certification in Secondary Science) Certificate
- Pharmacy M.S., Certificates
- Professional School Counseling Ed.S.
- Public Administration M.P.A.
- Social Work M.S.W.
UGA’s Griffin Campus offers three graduate degrees.
- Agricultural Leadership Education and Communication M.S.
- Mathematics Education M.S.
- Mathematics Education Ed.S.