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Accounting (MAcc)

The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program is consistently ranked in the top 10 nationally. The MAcc is a 30-semester-hour program designed for applicants with an undergraduate degree in accounting. Tracks include audit, tax, and advisory.

Agribusiness (MAB)

A professional degree focused on the food and agribusiness sector with emphasis on integrating economic, quantitative, and business analysis methods for decision making.  Case-based instruction and research, management and analytics are emphasized.

Agricultural and Applied Economics (MS)

Gain exceptional training in economic theory and quantitative analysis applied to econometrics, health and food economics, international development, labor, non-market valuation, agribusiness, agricultural policy, trade, consumer demand, and more.

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.

Agricultural Engineering (MS Non-Thesis)

The MS in Agricultural Engineering is oriented toward executing engineering solutions for feed, fiber and food production problems and/or postharvest processing problems. This degree provides an opportunity for learning advanced data analyses skills.

Agricultural Engineering (MS)

The MS in Agricultural Engineering is oriented toward executing engineering solutions for feed, fiber and food production problems and/or postharvest processing problems. This degree provides an opportunity for learning advanced data analyses skills.

Animal and Dairy Science (MS)

There are thesis and non-thesis options under the Animal and Dairy Science MS program. Programs areas and contact information for individual Departmental faculty may be obtained from our Departmental Web page http://www.ads.uga.edu.

Animal and Dairy Science Non-Thesis (MS)

There are thesis and non-thesis options under the Animal and Dairy Science MS program. Programs areas and contact information for individual Departmental faculty may be obtained from our Departmental Web page http://www.ads.uga.edu.

Applied Behavioral Analysis

The MS in Applied Behavior Analysis prepares students to conduct functional analyses, design responsive interventions, and conduct research in school, clinical, and consultative settings. The MS can lead to becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst

Art (MFA)

A rigorous, three-year program that train students for careers in the fields of art, design, and education. Students work closely with talented faculty and benefit from ample studios, generous funding, and state-of-the-art facilities.

Art History (MA)

An intensive, two-year program that provides students with a command of art's history, while honing research skills necessary for advanced work in the field. Graduates secure jobs in museums and find placement in the country's best Ph.D. programs.

Artificial Intelligence (MS)

The MSAI prepares students for careers as AI developers, or for PhD study, blending computer science, linguistics, philosophy and psychology, emphasizing cutting edge areas. Students complete courses and a research-based thesis, normally in 2 years.

Biochemical Engineering (MS)

Biochemical Engineering is the application of engineering principles to make high-value products from biochemical processes. The program provides a rigorous curriculum and innovative research in: Synthetic Biology, Materials, Bioenergy, Fermentation.

Bioinformatics (MS)

The mission of the IOB graduate degree program is to train and mentor students as bioinformaticians to join the work force of biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, private and government research labs, and academia. More info: iob.uga.edu

Biological Engineering (MS)

Biological Engineering is the application of engineering principles to design solutions for problems related to biological systems. The program provides a rigorous curriculum and innovative research in: Biomaterials, Cell Manufacturing and Modeling.

Biomanufacturing and Bioprocessing (MBB)

The program trains science and technology graduates for leadership roles in the rapidly expanding and vitally important biomanufacturing field by equipping them with necessary science and technology skills combined with proven business training.

Biostatistics (MS)

Student completing the program are trained in core biostatistical methods, design of experiments and public health surveys, statistical computing, biostatistical consulting, probability, and mathematical statistics.

Business Administration: Full-time (MBA)

A full-time two-year master's in business administration offering a flexible curriculum with nine concentrations and emphases in consulting and fintech. We also offer personalized professional development and a dedicated team of career advisors.

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.

Business Analytics (MSBA)

The Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) is a one-year interdisciplinary program to help you develop technical expertise in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting big data in a business context.

Cellular Biology (MS)

Research in the Department of Cellular Biology is a community of scientists who are performing cutting edge research in Cell Biology, Cellular Immunology, Molecular Parasitology, Infectious Disease, Developmental Biology and Molecular Neuroscience.

Chemistry (MS)

The Department of Chemistry has as its main goal the education and training of professional chemists for entry into industry, government, or the academic world.

Child Life (MS)

The Child Life program situates Child Life within HDFS. Coursework includes applied work in hospitals and healthcare settings. Courses meet the requirements of the Association of Child Life professionals and adequately prepare students for the Child.

Civil & Environmental Engineering (MS, Non-Thesis)

The MS in Environmental Engineering is oriented towards creative ways to solving interdisciplinary problems in integrated water resource management, waste management, environmental externalities of energy production, and coastal and urban systems.

Civil & Environmental Engineering (MS)

The MS in Environmental Engineering is oriented towards creative ways to solving interdisciplinary problems in integrated water resource management, waste management, environmental externalities of energy production, and coastal and urban systems.

Classical Languages (MA)

The M.A. in Classical Languages is designed for students who want to teach Latin or who want to prepare to enter a doctoral program in classics or a related field. Students can concentrate in Latin, Greek, or both, and students write a final thesis.

Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy (MS)

Clinical and administrative pharmacy includes the general areas of pharmaceutical health services, outcomes, and policy, as well as clinical and experimental therapeutics.

College Student Affairs Administration (MEd)

Full-time, 2-year, cohort-based program providing entry-level student affairs educators a generalist preparation. Curriculum focuses on student development and learning, connection of theory to practice, and extensive experiential components.

Communication Studies (MA; MA-Non Thesis)

Our department offers graduate programs in Interpersonal & Health and Rhetorical Studies. Our Double Dawg, MA, and PhD programs offer study of personal, public, and political communication. Graduates can pursue professional or academic careers.

Community Nutrition Online (MS-Non Thesis)

This online Master's degree, designed with the working professional in mind, can be completed in as little as one year full time, or over several years of part-time study.

Comparative Biomedical Sciences (MS; MS-Non Thesis)

The MS in Comparative Biomedical Sciences is designed to emphasize interdisciplinary and translational approaches in biomedical research. It is ideal for students preparing for a PhD program in biomedical research or health professional programs.

Comparative Literature & Intercultural Studies (MA)

UGA Comparative Literature is one of the expansive Comparative Literature Programs in a state university in the US today. It offers the standard courses of the discipline as well as a variety of Asian and African languages

Crop and Soil Sciences (MS)

Crop & soil scientists are responsible for the world's food, feed & fiber supply, & conserving soil & water resources. Research areas include Environmental Soil Science/Water Quality, Crop Management/Physiology, Turfgrass Science, Weed Science, & Plant Breeding/Genetics.

Early Childhood Education (MAT)

Our MAT in Early Childhood Education is an initial certification program (pre-k through 5th) that prepares you to work as a teacher in diverse and inclusive educational settings. You will gain practical and theoretical educational knowledge to benefi

Early Childhood Education (MEd)

Earn your MEd in Early Childhood Education through UGA's nationally recognized program. The experience is designed for early childhood teachers, have another certification, or if you are simply interested in childhood education.

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 Psychology (MA)

The Department of Educational Psychology consists of four areas (Applied Cognition and Development, Gifted and Creative Education, Quantitative Methodology, and School Psychology), which provide depth and flexibility to become an expert in the field.

Educational Psychology (MEd)

The Department of Educational Psychology consists of four areas (Applied Cognition and Development, Gifted and Creative Education, Quantitative Methodology, and School Psychology), which provide depth and flexibility to become an expert in the field.

Educational Psychology (MEd), Online Master’s Degree

The Department of Educational Psychology consists of four areas (Applied Cognition and Development, Gifted and Creative Education, Quantitative Methodology, and School Psychology), which provide depth and flexibility to become an expert in the field.

Engineering (MS, Non-Thesis)

The MS in Engineering provides students with a rigorous, adaptive curriculum and research environment that prepares them to integrate discoveries from multiple fields and address problems beyond the bounds of traditional disciplines.

Engineering (MS)

The MS in Engineering provides students with a rigorous, adaptive curriculum and research environment that prepares them to integrate discoveries from multiple fields and address problems beyond the bounds of traditional disciplines.

English (MA)

Our Master’s program serves many intellectual and career goals, from further PhD work at other universities to careers in education, publishing, law – any field that values advanced critical thinking and research abilities.

English Education (MAT)

The MAT in English Education is designed to prepare teacher candidates who have already earned a BA or BS for a certified secondary school teaching position in English Language Arts.

English Education (MEd)

Our program is designed for credentialed secondary school teachers. Students take courses that fit a working teacher's schedule and that support individual areas of interest and expertise.

Entomology (MS)

As the dominant terrestrial fauna, insects perform key ecosystem services but also threaten our interests as medical and agricultural pests. Graduate training in Entomology prepares students for diverse science careers solving real-world problems

Environmental Economics (MS)

Understand how economic relationships interact with private and public institutions in the use and management of our natural resources. Focus on resource conservation, sustainability, land use, pollution control, air, water, energy, and ecosystems.

Film, Television, and Digital Media (MFA)

The new M.F.A. program in Film, Television, and Digital Media will prepare graduate students with experience in contemporary production practices, specifically in producing, writing, directing, and management, as well as in the burgeoning digital media fields.

Food Science (MS)

Food Scientists apply science and engineering to study the physical, chemical, and biological nature of food. They develop new food products, design food processes, chemically analyze food, and evaluate food safety and sensory quality.

Foods and Nutrition (MS-Non Thesis)

"The non-thesis master's degree program provides students with the knowledge
and experience for clinical, community, industry and government careers."

Foods and Nutrition (MS)

Students in the M.S. thesis option conduct an in-depth research study in one of the department's specialized program areas in conjunction with supporting coursework. This option is best if you plan to pursue a doctoral degree or career in research.

Forest Resources (MFR)

A 33 hour terminal degree (no thesis required), suitable for students who want additional instruction and training in Forest Business or Management. Accredited by the Society of American Foresters, current employment rate of recent MFR grads is ~90%.

Forest Resources (MS)

Research degree designed for students who want to specialize in Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Forest Biology & Management; Forest Business; Natural Resources Management & Sustainability; Parks, Recreation & Tourism; or Wildlife Ecology & Management.

Genetics (MS; MS-Non Thesis)

Our program brings together a broad array of faculty in many areas of molecular genetics, evolutionary biology, and genomics into one group. A graduate degree in Genetics from UGA will put you at the forefront of this scientific revolution.

Geography (MA)

The department of Geography at UGA is a leading center of scholarship on the physical and social processes that shape our world. We offer both MA and MS degree programs.

Geography (MS)

The department of Geography at UGA is a leading center of scholarship on the physical and social processes that shape our world. We offer both MA and MS degree programs.

Geology (MS)

The M.S. is the professional degree in Geology. It opens up careers in industries dedicated to exploration of natural resources (water, energy, minerals), in public-sector regulation and protection of the environment and in environmental remediation.

German (MA; MA-Non Thesis)

The German Program in the Department of Germanic & Slavic Studies offers a highly respected Master's degree with concentration in literature/culture or linguistics. Graduates are prepared to teach German, or to pursue a Ph.D. in competitive programs.

Higher Education (MEd)

The master's program will introduce students to the field of higher education through a survey of critical issues and works on higher education management, research, and policy.

Historic Preservation (MHP)

A multidisciplinary program preparing students for broad-based public and private sector careers in the conservation and management of cultural resources of both the built and natural environment ensuring their sustainable use and future development.

History (MA)

The Department of History offers MA students dedicated mentors, accomplished peers, professional development opportunities, teaching assistantships, and grants to support their research. Students graduate ready for careers in and beyond the academy.

Horticulture (MS)

We offer Master's and Ph.D. programs. These are traditional academic degree programs, emphasizing scientific study and original research. Each program is tailored to meet the needs of the student. Graduates work in academia, government, and industry.

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.

International Policy (MIP)

The MIP is designed to train students in international policy implementation and analysis for careers in the private and public sector. The degree is designed to be flexible, and allows students to focus on any combination of geographical and policy domains.

Kinesiology (MS; MS-Non Thesis)

We offer programs in exercise science, physical education and sport management to prepare researchers, educators, and physical activity and sport management specialists to deliver physical activity, rehabilitative and sports programs, and services.

Landscape Architecture (MLA)

MLA includes studies in ecological, social and historical factors in urban design; cultural landscapes; eco-restoration; native plant communities; resilient landscapes; innovative storm-water management; sustainable agriculture; and healing gardens.

Latin Non-thesis (MA)

The M.A. in Latin is designed for students who plan to teach Latin at the secondary level. In lieu of a research thesis, students produce a final teaching project which can be used in the classroom upon graduation.

Law (LLM)

The LL.M. degree program is a 10-month full-time School of Law program for lawyers who have earned a law degree equivalent to a Juris Doctor outside of the United States.

Learning, Design and Technology (MEd)

The MEd in Learning, Design, & Technology trains you in the latest technologies and tools to design and implement lessons and training programs in K-12. You can earn your Certification in Instructional Technology. This program is offered in Gwinnett.

Learning, Design, and Technology (MEd), Online Master’s Degree

This program prepares education, military, healthcare, business, and industry professionals to become highly skilled in the art and the science of using emerging technologies and media to design and develop highly effective instruction.

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.

Learning, Leadership, and Organizational Development (MEd), Online Master’s Degree

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.

Linguistics (MA; MA-Non Thesis)

The discipline of Linguistics is the scientific analysis of the complex systems of language. It embraces phonology and phonetics, morphology, syntax, and semantics in the synchronic and diachronic study of contemporary as well as ancient languages.

Marine Sciences (MS), Non-thesis

Study the biology, chemistry, geology, and physics of Earth's oceans and coasts. We offer interdisciplinary training at facilities in Athens and the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, and provide research opportunities on local and global issues.

Marketing Research (MMR)

The MMR program is the first and most successful program of its nature with its first class graduating in '81 with over 650 alums. It is considered the gold standard in the marketing research and consumer insights industry.

Mathematics Education (MA)

Further your explorations in mathematics and teaching concepts in our research-based, doctoral-prep MA program. Our program is designed for students with a strong mathematics or mathematics education background, who are interested in thesis research.

Mathematics Education (MAT)

The Master of Arts in Teaching degree leads to certification as a secondary school mathematics teacher and is intended for professionals with a bachelor's degree in mathematics or a related field who also have a strong mathematics background.

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

Microbiology (MS)

Programs of study leading to a MS degree are offered in different fields of microbiology including genetics, ecology, pathogenesis, cell biology, physiology, anaerobic microbiology, biotechnology and bioinformatics.

Middle Grades Education (MAT)

Our faculty is at the forefront of understanding the unique learning contexts of middle schools and the resources and needs of adolescents. By completing the program, you will earn both a master's degree and Georgia teacher certification

Middle Grades Education (MEd)

The MEd in Middle Grades Education program is a leader in the field of middle school reform and is one of the oldest middle school-specific MEd programs in the nation.

Natural Resources (MNR)

A 33 hour terminal degree (no thesis required), suitable for students who want additional instruction/training in Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Natural Resources Management & Sustainability; Parks, Recreation & Tourism; Wildlife Ecology & Management.

Nonprofit Management and Leadership (MA)

The Master of Arts in Nonprofit Management and Leadership (MA NML) is an advanced professional degree for those desiring careers as leaders of nonprofit organizations. The curriculum includes applied coursework and up to 600 hours of internship.

Philosophy (MA)

Our comprehensive philosophy MA program covers all major study areas. Approaches include historical study, phenomenology, linguistic and logical analysis, with special strengths in metaphysics, ethics, political philosophy and philosophy of mind.

Physics (MS; MS-Non Thesis)

The MS program not only challenges our concepts on the nature, but also have students ready with skills that are required and adaptable in the modern workplaces. We offer two different tracks for the MS program: with thesis and without thesis.

Plant Biology (MS)

Plant Biology department offers a broad spectrum of educational and research opportunities in plant and fungal biology. We are committed to providing outstanding scientific research opportunities and the long-term career development of our students.

Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics (MS)

Faculty at the Institute for Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics train students in modern plant breeding methods and conduct basic research on the genetics of crop traits important to agriculture and humankind.

Plant Pathology (MS)

The MS degree in Plant Pathology integrates research and coursework at the interface of the plant, microbial, and environmental sciences. This program emphasizes the development of scientists who can fill leadership positions in research, teaching, outreach, and administrati

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

Political Science & International Affairs (MA)

The MA in Political Science & International Affairs offers world-renowned faculty and cutting-edge research tools and methodologies for students interested in international relations, comparative politics, American politics, or political theory.

Poultry Science (MS Non-Thesis)

The M.S. program in Poultry Science provides training in basic and/or applied research from world-renowned experts with a variety of specialties in poultry science and avian biology, as well as practical exposure to the dynamic poultry industry.

Poultry Science (MS)

The M.S. program in Poultry Science provides training in basic and/or applied research from world-renowned experts with a variety of specialties in poultry science and avian biology, as well as practical exposure to the dynamic poultry industry.

Professional Counseling (MEd)

School: Full-time, 2-year, CACREP accredited program, combined M.Ed./Ed.S. Qualifies graduates for school counselor certification. Mental Health: Full-time, 2-year program, focuses on development of counseling skills used in a variety of settings

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 (MPH)

The two-year MPH program is designed for health professionals and for students who wish to build a career in public health. The College also offers dual degree programs, including the Double Dawgs Pathway, and an array of graduate certificates.

Reading Education (MA)

The MA degree emphasizes research and theory. It is designed primarily for students who are interested in advanced knowledge about literacy and are not certified teachers.

Reading Education (MEd)

Through this program, you will study with faculty leading new and innovative research and teaching practices associated with literacy education, explore multimodal approaches to instruction, and engage with diverse communities.

Reading Education (MEd), Online

The online M.Ed. in Reading Education with an Emphasis in New and Digital Literacies is designed for certified teachers and literacy education professionals.

Religion (MA)

The MA offers an opportunity to work closely with a scholar in your area of interest in the study of religion, while receiving additional support from our excellent and diverse faculty.

Romance Languages (MA)

The Department of Romance Languages offers MAs and PhDs in French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish-language cultural studies, linguistics, and literature, with a focus on interdisciplinary study, close mentorship, and professional training.

Science Education (MA)

This is a research-oriented degree that is designed for students with a strong science or science education background.The degree does not qualify a student for initial certification. This is a minimum 30 credit hour program, including a thesis.

Science Education (MAT)

Our MAT in Science Education is for students who have a bachelor's degree in science and wish to earn initial teaching certification in a secondary science field (biology, chemistry, earth/space science, or physics) at the T-5 (advanced) level.

Science Education (MEd)

Upgrade your teacher certification in the field of science and enhance your approach to instruction with the MEd in Science Education. Informed by current research, state and national standards,our program emphasizes curriculum and teaching practices

Science Education (MS) Online

The Master of Education in Science Education focuses on teaching and learning in the natural sciences at the secondary level (Grades 6-12). 

Social Studies Education (MAT)

Enroll to explore and develop strategies for teaching students about the rich complexities of our world. Our program prepares the social studies teachers of tomorrow through direct work with practicing teachers, current students, doctoral students, a

Social Studies Education (MEd)

Cultivate new ways for students conceive of their place in history, position in the economy, impact in civic spaces, and their notions of belonging. Continue to refine your strategies for teaching about the rich complexities of the cultural world in

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.

Sociology (MA)

The graduate program in sociology is directed toward students whose goal is to receive a Ph.D. We do not have separate M.A. and Ph.D. curricula. Instead, students complete their M.A. en route to the Ph.D. degree.

Special Education (MA)

The MA in special education prepares students to design and implement curricula, services and research across school, clinical, home and/or community settings. The program culminates in a thesis.

Special Education (MAT)

The MAT in special education prepares students to design and implement curricula, services and research across school, clinical, home and/or community settings. The program culminates in a thesis.

Special Education (MEd)

The MED in special education prepares students to design and implement curricula, services and research across school, clinical, home and/or community settings. The program culminates in a thesis.

Statistics (MS)

Our program has provided students with a broad foundation in statistical theory and applications, and research opportunities in various fields. Such training has enabled our graduates to earn jobs in government, industry, and academia.

TESOL and World Language Education (MEd)

The program will engage candidates in the complexity of language acquisition, communication among people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, education policy and social justice, and the instruction of emergent bilingual students.

Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors (MS)

We integrate instruction with relevant research on textile fiber and polymer science, merchandising and international trade, consumer behavior, historic and cultural aspects of dress and textiles, and design solutions for residential interiors.

Theatre and Film Studies (MFA)

This 3-year, pre-professional MFA program offers concentrations in acting; scenic, lighting, and costume design; and dramatic media. Facilities include motion capture studio, digital video editing facilities, and computer animation/CAD laboratory.

Toxicology: Animal and Dairy Science (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Clinical and Administrative Pharmacy (MS)

This interdisciplinary program prepares students to address complex socio-political problems relating to ethical drug consumption, manufacturing, distribution, and payment mechanisms. Elective concentrations are business, psychology, statistics, political science, and more.

Toxicology: Crop and Soil Sciences (MS)

Interdisciplinary graduate degree program dedicated to the advancement of biomedical and environmental knowledge through research and scholarly activities in ecological, computational and mechanistic toxicology.

Toxicology: Ecology (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Entomology (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Environmental Health Science (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Forestry and Natural Resources (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Infectious Diseases (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Physiology and Pharmacology (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Plant Pathology (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Veterinary Biosciences and Diagnostic Imaging (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Toxicology: Veterinary Pathology (MS)

The Toxicology program has students in multiple departments across campus: Physiology & Pharmacology, Environmental Health Science, Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Sciences, Animal & Dairy Sciences, Crop & Soil Sciences, Forestry, Veterinary Biomedical & Diagnostic Imaging

Workforce Education (MAT)

The Master of Arts for Teachers degree is designed for students seeking initial certification in career and technical education. Students can choose from six emphasis areas: business, family and consumer sciences, healthcare, marketing, technology, trade and industrial educa

Workforce Education (MEd)

This degree will provide you with the expertise to guide student learning in career and technical education for both academic and industry settings. The program addresses the current skills you need to manage careers across various contexts.

Workforce Education (MEd), Online Master’s Degree

This degree will provide you with the expertise to guide student learning in career and technical education for both academic and industry settings. The program addresses the current skills you need to manage careers across various contexts.

World Language Education (MAT)

This degree is specifically designed for students with an undergraduate degree who seek state certification to teach TESOL in Georgia P-12 public schools. Specialize in Spanish, French, German, Latin, and less commonly taught languages such as Arabic

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