The A.B. major in Dance at the University of Georgia enables dancers to develop technical proficiency and choreographic ability; gain experience in performance, production, and teaching; explore the scientific, philosophical, and historical foundations of dance; consider the relationship of dance to other art forms; experience the power of dance as an educational tool; and encounter dance as a total theatre experience.
The Dairy Science major at the University of Georgia teaches business, economics, basic sciences, animal health, and management skills with built-in animal experience to prepare students for various careers related to dairy farm operation: as a manager or owner; in sales of equipment, animal health products, or feed; in field services with processing plants, feed manufacturers, breed associations, and marketing agencies; in research and teaching; and as county extension agents, vocational agriculture teachers, or research technicians.
The Sports Media Certificate program at the University of Georgia gives students foundational knowledge of the societal impact of sports and sports media. It is the first of its kind in the Southeastern Conference.
The Sport Management degree at the University of Georgia provides students with the interdisciplinary knowledge, professional application, critical thinking, problem-solving, and leadership skills necessary to effectively manage sport and exercise programs.
As one of the most active research universities in the nation, the University of Georgia relies heavily on statistics, data, and data collection through surveys and experimentation.
The University of Georgia's undergraduate major (B.S.) in Atmospheric Sciences addresses the needs of students interested in studying meteorology or climate science, and can easily be completed with a double major in Geography.
The Avian Biology major at the University of Georgia provides broad training in practical applied science with strong grounding in general biology and chemistry to demonstrate the vital roles that birds play in human society. Students will have excellent opportunities to learn the basic principles of biology associated with reproduction, behavior, physiology, nutrition, diseases, and genetics as they relate to avian species. Courses in areas such as education, environmental protection, resource conservation, wildlife rehabilitation, and biomedical research are available and will prepare the student for employment in the trillion dollar global bird industry or admission to professional programs in veterinary medicine, pharmacy, medicine, law, and the biological sciences.
The educational objectives of the Biochemical Engineering program at the University of Georgia are to prepare graduates who (1) achieve a high level of technical expertise, entrepreneurial thinking, and team spirit to recognize, define, and innovate design solutions for biochemical processes; (2) establish themselves as ethically, socially, and culturally perceptive leaders in their profession and community; and (3) pursue life-long learning. The curriculum includes courses in basic sciences, engineering sciences, engineering design, social sciences, and the humanities.
The Asian Studies Certificate at the University of Georgia is a comparative and interdisciplinary program designed for students who wish to specialize or gain expertise in Asian Studies.
The educational objectives of the Biochemical Engineering program at the University of Georgia are to prepare graduates who (1) achieve a high level of technical expertise, entrepreneurial thinking, and team spirit to recognize, define, and innovate design solutions for biochemical processes; (2) establish themselves as ethically, socially, and culturally perceptive leaders in their profession and community; and (3) pursue life-long learning. The curriculum includes courses in basic sciences, engineering sciences, engineering design, math, social sciences, and the humanities.
The goal of the Biological Engineering program at the University of Georgia is to (1) provide a fundamental understanding of biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and engineering in line with the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, and (2) develop technical skills and learning experiences so that students can apply this understanding to design devices and processes related to biosystems and biotechnology.
The Biological Science major in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia provides a flexible program of study integrating both biological and agricultural sciences. Students take courses in general biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, math, physics, and several electives to prepare for professional programs in veterinary medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, and medicine, or for advanced graduate degrees (Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy) in any of the biological sciences.