Shorter is a Christian university that offers traditional bachelor’s degrees in forty-eight areas of study, undergraduate degree programs for working adults, and master’s degree programs. Online courses and degree programs are also available.
A private, accredited institution with a 114-year tradition, South University has fifteen campuses, including its main campus in Savannah. The university offers small classes, all taught by faculty members rather than graduate students.
Southern Polytechnic is slated to merge with Kennesaw State University by fall 2015.
Strayer has provided higher education for working adults for nearly 120 years. In addition to eighty-nine campuses in twenty-one states, Strayer offers online undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
Founded in 1949 as Massey Business College, the college became the Art Institute of Atlanta in 1975 and is now one of the Art Institutes, a system of more than fifty schools located throughout North America.
This four-year university serves South Georgia and North Florida. It offers seventeen undergraduate majors, eight graduate programs, and a low student-faculty ratio of 10:1. All core classes and some degrees are available online.
Established in 1887, Troy University now serves approximately 25,000 students on campuses in numerous states (and thirteen time zones). Its main campus is in Troy, Alabama. The university offers weeknight, weekend, and online classes.
Whether students are looking to further their education as a means for advancement or charting a new career path, Troy University provides the tools and support necessary to be successful in today’s global marketplace. Founded in 1887 as a teachers college, Troy University is a public, historic, international university with more than 18,000 students and […]
At the University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES), students don’t just learn in the classroom—they get in the field (or greenhouse, lab, or barn), get dirty, and get firsthand experience. The instructors are known around the world for the research they do on the food, fiber, and environmental issues that affect […]
The first state-chartered university in the country, UGA offers bachelor’s, master’s, professional, and doctoral degrees in more than 150 fields and provides 184 study abroad and exchange programs.
The University of North Georgia was formed through the consolidation of North Georgia College & State University and Gainesville State College in January 2013. In addition to housing the Military College of Georgia, the university offers more than 100 programs of study.
The University of Phoenix has had campuses in Georgia since 2001. Today the university has two locations in greater Atlanta, and almost 20,000 alumni live in the metro area (although not all graduated from Georgia locations).
Nearly 12,000 students are enrolled at the University of West Georgia. With ninety-seven programs of study and nearly 150 student organizations, UWG was named one of the best Southeastern colleges by the Princeton Review.
This comprehensive university includes students from all fifty states as well as sixty-seven countries. The Student Success Center and VSU Freshman Year Experience help in the college transition.