Academics

Degrees & Programs

The University of North Georgia offers a broad range of academic programs from certificates and associate degrees through professional doctorate programs. You may begin your bachelor's degree on any of our campuses.  However, if you start on the Oconee or Cumming campuses, you will transition to the Gainesville or Dahlonega campus to complete your degree. You may also begin in an associate degree program on any campus and later transition to a bachelor’s degree on the Dahlonega or Gainesville campus. The associate degree is a 2-year degree that can be applied to a 4-year baccalaureate degree should the student choose to continue his/her post-secondary education.

Please select your degree pathway based on a desired academic major or advising area of concentrated study and campus location.

 

Dah - Dahlonega
Gvl - Gainesville
Cmg - Cumming
Ocn - Oconee 

*A broad range of core curriculum courses are available on both the Cumming and Oconee campuses. Students may enroll in these core courses to begin their degree program and complete other required core courses at the Gainesville or Dahlonega campuses.

Catalog Listing

Dah - Dahlonega
Gvl - Gainesville
Cmg - Cumming
Ocn - Oconee 

Pre-professional programs are those in which a student completes two to four years of college as a prerequisite for admission to a professional school. Pre-professional programs are career choices, not majors. These programs are divided into two categories: pre-baccalaureate and baccalaureate.

Pre-baccalaureate programs require two to three years of pre-professional courses. Upon successful completion of the pre-professional curriculum for a specific area and acceptance by a professional school, students transfer to that school to complete the baccalaureate or higher degree in the professional major. All students must choose a departmental major at UNG and work toward its completion along with pre-professional requirements. Baccalaureate programs involve the completion of an undergraduate degree before matriculation into professional school.

Certificate programs are non-transferable programs that take one year or less to complete and often complement other degree programs in which a student is enrolled.

Dah - Dahlonega
Gvl - Gainesville
Cmg - Cumming
Ocn - Oconee 

Graduate programs at UNG have different admission requirements, application deadlines, and tuition rates.  Click on the links below to learn more about UNG’s graduate offerings.  Contact Graduate Studies if you have questions regarding the application process.

College of Arts & LettersCampus
Master of Arts in International Affairs

Online

Master of Arts with a major in History

Dahlonega

Master of Public Administration

Dahlonega

Master of Science with a major in Criminal Justice

Online

Mike Cottrell College of BusinessCampus
Master of Business Administration

Cumming

College of EducationCampus
Master of Arts in Teaching

Cumming/Dahlonega

Master of Education Curriculum and Instruction

Cumming

Master of Education in Middle Grades Math and Science

Online

Master of Education with a major in Early Childhood Education

Gainesville

Master of Science with a major in Physical Education

Online

ESOL Teaching Certificate Endorsement

Online/Classroom

Gifted Teaching Certificate Endorsement

Online

Reading Teaching Certificate Endorsement

Online

Educational Leadership Add-On Certification Program
PLU only, not for college credit

Apply to College of Education

Post Baccalaureate Initial Teacher Certification Program
PLU only, not for college credit

Apply to College of Education

College of Health Sciences & ProfessionsCampus
Doctor of Physical Therapy

Dahlonega

Master of Science with a major in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dahlonega

Master of Science with a major in Family Nurse Practitioner

Dahlonega

Master of Science with a major in Nursing Education

Dahlonega

Certificate in Gerontology

Online

Post-Master's Certificate in Family Nurse Practitioner

Dahlonega

Post-Master's Certificate in Family Nursing Education

Dahlonega

Notice Regarding Online Offerings

In compliance with state authorization for the delivery of distance education, UNG online courses, degrees and certificate programs are not available in Indiana and Minnesota. If you are not a Georgia resident, email onlineapproval@ung.edu to check program availability in your state. This email address is exclusively for questions regarding state authorization of online offerings. Other inquiries should be directed to the academic department offering the online program or to Graduate Studies.

International applicants who must be issued an F-1 visa by UNG to enter the United States to attend school may not apply for completely online programs or part-time programs (less than nine hours fall and spring semesters).

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