UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES

Areas of StudyB.A.B.F.A.B.S.B.S.N.B.B.A.B.S.Ed.B.A.S.A.A.S.
Accounting    x   
Artxx      
Biology  x     
Chemistry  x     
Computer Information Systems  x     
Computer Science  x     
Dramatic Artsx       
Early Childhood Education     x  
Englishx       
English with Teacher Certificationx       
English with Professional Writing Optionx       
Exercise Science/Wellness     x  
Geology  x     
Health & Physical Education     x  
Historyx x     
History with Teacher Certification  x     
Human Resource Management    x   
Management    x   
Marketing    x   
Mathematics  x     
Mathematics w/ Industrial Mathematics Option  x     
Mathematics with Teacher Certification  x     
Middle Grades Education     x  
Musicx       
Nursing   x    
Political Sciencex x     
Psychologyx x     
Recreation     x  
Sociology  x     
Special Education     x  
Technology Management      x 

Georgia Southwestern State University also offers the Master of Education, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Computer Science, and the Specialist in Education degree. A Bachelor of Science dual degree program in cooperation with Georgia Institute of Technology and Associate of Applied Science programs in cooperation with area Technical Colleges are also available. Certificate programs are also available in the following areas:  European Union Studies, Latin American Studies, Religious Studies, Web Design, and Women's Studies.

*Students wishing to pursue teacher certification at the secondary level should meet with the advisor in their discipline to discuss the appropriate curriculum requirements.

Undergraduate and Graduate course descriptions

The descriptions of the courses offered by each school and department follow the information section and listing of degree programs for each school and department.  Numbers following the description of the course indicate the number of weekly class hours, the number of weekly laboratory or practicum hours, and the credit-hour value of the course expressed in semester hours.  For example, (3-2-3) following the course description means three class hours, two laboratory or practicum hours, and three semester hours of credit.  A "V" in the lab/practicum position indicates that the number of required hours for the course varies according to the individual situation.