Now offering nearly forty undergraduate and master’s programs, Albany State was founded as a Bible and vocational training institute for African Americans. In 1943 it became a four-year teacher training institution under the state university system.
AIU Atlanta offers career and industry-focused degrees through evening, weekend, and online classes. AIU was founded in Europe and has a campus in London as well as Atlanta and Houston. It also offers an online campus.
With a diverse faculty and student body, Argosy University Atlanta offers courses in the classroom, online, or through a combination of both.
Armstrong is located in historic Savannah and offers 100-plus academic programs in four colleges: education, liberal arts, science and technology, and health professions. All classes are taught by faculty members rather than graduate assistants.
Students gain real-world experience through co-op education, internships, and upper-level courses with community involvement. Augusta State has an engineering transfer program with Georgia Tech’s Savannah campus and cooperative programs with Georgia Health Sciences University.
Brenau maintains its historic and original single-gender residential Women’s College in Gainesville and also has expanded offerings for both men and women online and on campuses throughout Georgia.
Among the largest of the thirty-seven United Negro College Fund schools, Clark Atlanta is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and offers thirty-eight degree programs through four schools.
AffordableCollegesOnline.org ranks Clayton State fourth among 188 schools in Georgia for return on investment for students.
Columbus State University draws students from more than sixty countries with its programs in business, education, art, theater, music, counseling, and nursing. The university’s baccalaureate and graduate programs include an expanding list of online degree options and a doctor of education program.
DeVry University offers career-focused programs taught by professors with industry experience. Students can take classes on-site, online, or both. Those attending on-site can attend classes at more than one campus.