A unit of the University System of Georgia, Darton State offers a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) as well as an associate of science in nursing (ASN) and associate of science degree (AS) with fifty-four transfer program options, plus forty-one career program and certificate options.
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.
East Georgia State College is a liberal arts institution located near Interstate 16, within the triangle that connects Augusta, Savannah, and Macon. EGSC has the lowest tuition of any college in the University System of Georgia and a 32:1 student-faculty ratio.
A four-year Christian college with a liberal arts focus, Emmanuel has more than thirty four-year majors; the most recent additions include preveterinary, pre–occupational therapy, and pre–physical therapy. Two towers of the newest residence hall opened in the 2013–2014 school year.
Emory is recognized internationally for its liberal arts colleges, graduate and professional schools, and one of the Southeast’s leading healthcare systems. Emory scholars and experts generate more than $500 million in research funding annually.
Growth at this historic college includes a $3.1 million, 8,000-square-foot biotechnology center for alternative-fuels research and a $13 million student center.
Gainesville State College bachelor’s degrees include applied environmental spatial analysis (with tracks in environmental science, environmental studies, and information technology), design and technology for theater, early childhood care and education, and technology management.
The forty-three-acre campus of this fast-growing state school provides Greek life, an international student body, intramural sports, and more than 100 registered clubs and organizations.
Georgia Gwinnett College is the state’s first public college in more than 100 years to be founded as a four-year institution. Since its opening, enrollment has grown from 118 to nearly 10,000.
As a college within the University System of Georgia, GHC offers easy transfer within the USG, one of the lowest tuition rates in the state, free tutoring, small classes, and individual attention from faculty.
Georgia Tech, a perennial among U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of the top ten public universities, is one of the oldest technical institutes in the U.S.
Georgia Regents University, home of the Medical College of Georgia, is one of only four public research institutions in Georgia. The university includes nine colleges with nearly 9,000 students, 1,500 full-time faculty members, and 7,000 staff members.
Georgia Southern is growing—with a record enrollment of 20,500 from forty-nine states and more than ninety countries, it is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top ten most popular universities in the nation.
Georgia Southwestern is known for its student-faculty interaction. Students can take part in more than sixty organizations or participate in the university’s NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference athletic programs.
A major research institution, Georgia State in downtown Atlanta is the second-largest university in Georgia, offering sixty-two degrees in 250 fields of study.
Originally founded as a one-room schoolhouse, and later serving as a military institution, Gordon State has evolved into a residential college with a variety of four-year degree programs.
Herzing has eleven campuses in the U.S., including a location in Atlanta at Lenox Square. Herzing offers day, evening, and online classes targeted at working adults.
Since 1969, the private ITT Technical Institutes system has focused on technology-oriented programs. There are more than 140 ITT Technical Institutes in thirty-eight states.