Programs of Distinction
Flannery O'Connor Studies offers a personal glimpse into the life and works of one of America's best-known authors and Georgia College's most famous graduate.
Mentored Field-Based Cohort Model prepares prospective teachers with real world experiences inside and outside classrooms, enabling those entering the career to have a better understanding and appreciation for their role as educators.
Creative Writing@Georgia College has established a record of national success and offers a Master of Fine Arts degree, Georgia College's only terminal degree. The undergraduate program includes more than 120 students as majors.
Science to Serve embraces interdisciplinary practices to engage people of all ages and backgrounds in the excitement of science and technology.
The Economics of Education Policy Center provides a campus-wide focus on empirical education research to guide public policy and student service activities.