Or, Sort By Name:

Agricultural and Environmental Education (MAEE)

MAEE develops professionals to lead, teach and communicate about food, environmental and social systems. Thesis and non-thesis options are available, and the program is available online or in person on the Athens and Tifton campuses.

Business Administration: Professional and Executive (MBA)

EMBA curriculum is designed to maximize leadership potential of experienced professionals. Ideal for early through mid-career professionals, PMBA curriculum hones business acumen.

Counseling and Student Personnel Services (PhD)

College Student Affairs Administration: Prepares advanced student affairs educators, student affairs faculty. Counselor Education and Supervision: CACREP-accredited. Prepares counselor educators, leaders in P–16 settings. Focus on social justice.

Educational Administration and Policy (EdS)

The EdS in Educational Administration and Policy leads to Tier II Educational Leadership Certification. Tier II educators are eligible to serve as principals or principal supervisors. Tier I Educational Leadership Certification is a prerequisite.

Educational Administration and Policy (MEd)

The MEd in Educational Administration and Policy provides a school leadership track that leads to Tier I Educational Leadership Certification and a law and policy track for students who plan to work in policy, academia or to continue graduate study.

Educational Leadership (EdD)

The EdD in Educational Leadership leads to Tier II Educational Leadership Certification. Tier II educators may serve as principals or district level leaders who supervise principals. Tier I Educational Leadership Certification is a prerequisite.

Industrial and Organizational Psychology (MA)

The UGA Professional Master's Program in Industrial-Organizational Psychology is an innovative, two-year program designed for working professionals seeking to pursue graduate education in a collaborative, practitioner-focused format.

Learning, Leadership, and Organizational Development (EdD)

Tapping theories of learning, leadership, and organization development to develop mid-career and senior professionals to be scholar-leaders related to education and change at the individual, group, organization, community, and societal levels.

Learning, Leadership, and Organizational Development (MEd)

The MEd in Learning, Leadership, and Organization Development (LLOD) is a recognized leader and top-ranked program in Adult Education and Human Resource Development. LLOD highlights cutting-edge curriculum offered via dynamic, highly interactive, and reflective courses.

Mathematics Education (EdS)

This program,designed for current grades 6-12 teachers, includes at least 29 hours of coursework and an applied project. The program is planned as a logically organized whole and individualized for you, reflecting your prior education and experience.

Mathematics Education (MEd)

The MEd degree is for certified secondary school teachers. This program allows you to upgrade your certificate and, optionally, earn a coaching endorsement. Our program includes courses, field experiences, portfolio project, combines both in-person & online instruction

Organization Coaching

The Graduate Certificate in Organization Coaching is a desirable, complementary credential for students pursuing a graduate degree in adult learning, leadership, and organization development, as well as those in other fields who want to be a certified organization coach.

Plant Protection and Pest Management (Agronomy; MPPPM)

UGA's Master of Plant Protection and Pest Management (MPPPM) program is a professional, non-thesis master degree offered by the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in entomology, plant pathology, and weed science.

Plant Protection and Pest Management (Entomology; MPPPM)

UGA's Master of Plant Protection and Pest Management (MPPPM) program is a professional, non-thesis master degree offered by the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in entomology, plant pathology, and weed science.

Plant Protection and Pest Management (Plant Pathology; MPPPM)

The MPPPM, incorporating coursework from plant pathology, entomology, and weed science, is an interdisciplinary non-thesis degree program that produces graduates with the academic and technical skills to develop integrated plant protection systems for rural and urban enviro

Professional School Counseling (EdS)

One-year program, 36 semester hours, meets the standards of the Professional Standards Commission for the State of Georgia, preparing individuals who seek advanced training as school counselors in public elementary, middle, and secondary schools.

Public Administration (MPA)

The central purpose of the MPA program at The University of Georgia is to educate students for professional careers in public service, including management and policy analysis in government and nonprofit organizations.

Public Health (DrPH)

The Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) program in the College of Public Health is a professional doctorate emphasizes leadership, management, and policy development and is designed to prepare graduates for senior level public health practice careers.

Social Work (MSW)

The Master of Social Work program prepares graduate students for advanced social work practice. We strive to develop future leaders in the profession of social work who are able to meet the ever-changing local, national, and global challenges.

Special Education (MAT)

The MAT in Special Education leads to initial teaching certification for students who have undergraduate degrees in other fields and do not have a teaching certificate. Students specialize in one of three emphasis areas.

Special Education (MEd)

The MEd in Special Education is an advanced program for students who already have a teaching certificate. Students specialize in one of three emphasis areas: adapted curriculum and autism, birth through kindergarten/ preschool special education, general curriculum.

Student Affairs Leadership (EdD)

Based on UGA Griffin campus, 3-year, cohort-based doctoral program. Practitioner-focused, hybrid format, primarily online with classroom sessions in a one-week, May residency in Athens. Monthly class meetings in Griffin throughout the year.

Workforce Education (EdD)

The EdD in Workforce Education prepares you for leadership, university teaching, and other roles in career and technical education. This Griffin-based blended program is suited for practitioners who want to move into a leadership role in an educational setting.

Ready to apply?