Georgia’s enrollment in online education for grades K-12 is growing quickly. Georgia Virtual School (GAVS) enrolled more than 33,000 students during that same year. To make learning online even more accessible, the state legislature now allows students in grade 9-12 to enroll in GAVS without approval of the student’s home district, and school board policies must not prevent students from attending their online courses during the school day. Internet options for private and homeschooled students in the state are also growing.
|SCHOOL NAME||GRADE LEVELS||CITY||SCHEDULE||TYPE||PHONE NUMBER|
|Eaton Academy||K - 12||Roswell||Both Live/On-Demand||Private||(770) 645-2673|
|Georgia Cyber Academy||K - 10||Atlanta||Both Live/On-Demand||Public||(866) 523-3162|
|Harvester Christian Academy||K - 12||Douglasville||Both Live/On-Demand||Private||(770) 942-1583|
|James Madison High School||9 - 12||Norcross||Both Live/On-Demand||Private||(800) 657-5947|
|Eagles Landing Christian Virtual Academy||K - 12||McDonough||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Private||(770) 957-2927|
|Georgia Connections Academy||K - 12||N/A||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Public||(800) 382-6010|
|Georgia Virtual School||9 - 12||Cyber School||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Public||N/A|
|National High School||9 - 12||Atlanta||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Private||(877) 503-4599|
Georgia boasts numerous public and private colleges, many of which are found near Atlanta and other large cities; however, small colleges can be found all across the state. Acclaimed public universities include the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Kennesaw State University and Georgia Southern University. Among some of the most well-known private colleges are Wesleyan College, Morehouse College, and Berry College. The majority of Georgia’s public, private and technical universities offer online options, ranging from certificates to graduate programs. Some institutions, such as the Georgia Institute of Technology, offer fully-online degrees.
|SCHOOL NAME||ADDRESS||CITY||SEE PROGRAMS|
|Georgia Northwestern Technical College||One Maurice Culberson Drive||Rome||+|
|Wiregrass Georgia Technical College||4089 Val Tech Rd||Valdosta||+|
|Southeastern Technical College||3001 E First St||Vidalia||+|
|Georgia Perimeter College||3251 Panthersville Rd||Decatur||+|
|Darton State College||2400 Gillionville Rd||Albany||+|
|Moultrie Technical College||800 Veterans Parkway North||Moultrie||+|
With over 35 private colleges, 14 being liberal arts schools, Georgia offers a wide range of higher education programs to choose from. The state has small and large institutions in both urban and rural environments, as well as a long list of historical institutions.
Among some of the most well-known private colleges are Wesleyan College, the first college in the United States to grant degrees to women; Morehouse College, which is Martin Luther King, Jr.’s alma mater; and Berry College, the largest contiguous campus in the world.
Highly acclaimed public colleges and universities can be found throughout Georgia. While many are located in the metropolitan area of Atlanta, such as Georgia State University and Georgia Institution of Technology, Main Campus, there are a number of higher education institutions in rural areas — such as Kennesaw State University, University of Georgia, and Georgia Southern University.
Georgia is home to the oldest public university in the United States — the University of Georgia. Established in 1801 and located in Athens, the University of Georgia has approximately 35,000 students — making it not only the oldest, but largest public institution in the state. It is also well-known for its liberal arts and science programs in both undergraduate and master’s degrees, and has 79 degree programs in a wide range of fields.
Georgia’s technical system of higher education is something the state is known for. The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) is made up of 25 schools and 31 satellite campuses. TCSG offers a wide range of degree programs including continuing education, economic development, associate’s degrees, technical certifications, and diplomas. Programs cover several careers and areas of study such as law, culinary arts, nursing, carpentry, technical, business administration, biotechnology solutions, and veterinary.
Georgia is one of the most prominent military states in the nation. Georgia Military College, located in Milledgeville, is connected to the U.S. Army and offers officer training and 2-year science-based programs. Originally known as Georgia Military and Agricultural College, it was established in 1879 and is now home to just under 300 ROTC students. The campus has two extensions, which are located in Augusta and Columbus.
Georgia Perimeter College (GPC Online)
Georgia Perimeter College is the largest two-year community college in the state, with five locations in the Atlanta metro area and 21,123 students. GPC Online offers 15 degrees programs that can be completed completely online. Available associate’s degrees include communications, foreign language, general studies, history, social work, and political science. Students are also able to earn a bachelor’s degree in business administration via a program GPC Online has with Georgia Southwestern State University (GSSU). It’s the state’s first three-year accelerated bachelor’s degree. Students also have a four-year degree option where they’d take the first two years either in-person or online with GPC and then the final two years online with GSSU.
GPC Online has resources to help students stay on track. Online Student Success Community, for example, is a forum with information on online registration and courses. Additionally, students can take advantage of online tutoring if they need extra help with their coursework. GPC also offers a Transfer Admission Guarantee, which secures admission to select four-year universities.
To learn more about GPC Online, visit: http://www.gpc.edu/online/.
Kennesaw State University (KSU Online)
The third-largest university in Georgia, Kennesaw State University has 24,600 undergraduate and graduate students from 132 countries around the world. KSU Online offers undergraduate and graduate degrees online, as well as certificates and continuing education opportunities. Bachelor’s degrees offered by KSU Online include management, sociology, and marketing. Graduate degree options are much more varied. Master’s and doctoral degrees offered include early childhood education, nursing, teacher leadership, and special education.
Students who earn a degree through KSU Online must meet the same admissions criteria as students who attend classes on the Kennesaw State University campus.
Learn more about KSU Online by visiting: http://learnonline.kennesaw.edu/.
Georgia Southern University
Georgia Southern University was ranked as one of the 10 most popular universities by U.S. News and World Report in 2012. With its balance of a traditional college and more cutting-edge online options, it’s no wonder students give it their stamp of approval. Online, GSU focuses on graduate-level degrees, though three bachelor’s degree programs are offered: general studies, information technology, and RN-BSN. Graduate degrees cover a wide range of subjects, including business, engineering, and education. Specific degrees offered online include secondary education, computer science, reading education, nursing, and sports management.
To learn more about GSU, visit: http://academics.georgiasouthern.edu/online/.
Georgia Institute of Technology
The Georgia Institute of Technology, better known as Georgia Tech, offers nine master’s degrees through distance education, most of which can be earned 100% online. Areas of study include aerospace engineering, computational science and engineering, electrical and computer engineering, industrial engineering, information security, mechanical engineering, medical physics, and operations research. GT additionally offers a Professional Masters in Applied Systems Engineering degree designed for practicing engineers with five or more years of working experience. Of particular note is the university’s Master of Science in Computer Science, the first fully-accredited degree of its kind available exclusively through the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) delivery format, allowing it to be offered for a fraction of the cost of a similar degree earned in a traditional, on-campus setting.
Professional development and continuing education courses can also be taken through distance learning at Georgia Tech.
For more information on the Georgia Institute of Technology, visit: https://pe.gatech.edu/.
Columbus State University
Columbus State University’s distance learning division offers an extensive choice of undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as dozens of courses available in fully-online, partially-online and hybrid formats. There are currently seven bachelor’s and 13 master’s degrees available, most of which can be earned completely online. Degree major subjects include business, information technology, nursing, computer science, education, and public administration.
Online courses follow the university’s regular academic schedule, beginning and ending on the same dates as traditional on-campus classes. CSU online courses employ the CougarView system to access classes and other resources. Examinations can be taken through the system’s online proctoring service, which requires the use of a webcam and high-speed Internet connection.
Columbia State University is a partner with the Southern Regional Education Board’s Electronic Campus, a system that makes CSU courses available to students throughout Georgia and in several other southern states.
More information on CSU online can be accessed at: http://online.columbusstate.edu/index.php.
Best Online Schools in Georgia for 2015-2016
|Score||Student/teacher ratio||Financial aid||Cost||more|
|1||Albany State University||97.27||20:1||99%|
There are six degrees offered completely online at Albany State University (which include core courses). At the undergraduate level, students can earn bachelor's degrees online in fire service administration, business information systems and nursing (RN to BSN). And students can earn master's degrees online in criminal justice, nursing and early childhood education. Online students at Albany State University have a lot of resources available to them. These include a help desk (for technology assistance, open Monday-Friday), a 24/7 help center (for various needs) and access to the director of academic affairs for any relevant questions students may have.
|2||Toccoa Falls College||97.09||14:1||100%|
At Toccoa Falls College, students can earn online degrees in both religious subjects and non-religious subjects. The school offers two online associate's degree programs: an Associate of Art in Business Association and an Associate of Art in General Studies. At the bachelor's degree level, students can earn degrees online in biblical studies, counseling psychology, general studies, ministry leadership and more. The school even offers an online bachelor's degree in sport management, which is a rare offering at this level. Certificate programs are also available online in biblical studies and cross cultural studies.
|3||Shorter University – Online||96.52||12:1||99%|
Students can pursue associate degrees, bachelor's degrees, graduate degrees or just take a few courses completely online. Classes require eight weeks to complete, and the program consists of five, eight-week terms per year, which run in the spring, summer and fall. To provide the greatest degree of flexibility, most courses don't require students to be in front of their computers at a specific time. As long as students log on several times a week, they may generally set their own pace and schedule. It is recommended that students take 30 credits per year, or two courses each term.
|4||Fort Valley State University||96.18||20:1||97%|
Student distance learners have the option of pursuing a wide range of undergraduate degrees - both bachelor of arts and bachelor of science - as well as a graduate degree completely online. The eCore program enables University System of Georgia students to complete their initial two years through the online program, as well. Other students use eCore to re-enter college through the distance learning program after taking a leave of absence. Students should sign up for the fall semester by June 15th, for the spring semester by November 1st and for the summer semester on April 1st.
Students have two options for online undergraduate degrees: Criminal Justice and Healthcare Administration. Both are accelerated programs designed to prepare students for entry into their respective fields. The BHA is a 48-credit program that can be completed in 16 months. Courses were created by experts in the field and classes are taught by instructors who have real-world experience and success in their industries. All courses boast small class sizes, and the university prides itself on the level of individual attentions it provides its students. All students have access to library resources and receive 24/7 support.
|6||Clayton State University||95.99||18:1||94%|
Students with an associate degree from an accredited institution may pursue an undergraduate degree online as part of a four-year degree completion program. Students aren't required, however, to have completed a two-year degree - or to have any previous college at all in order to pursue an online undergraduate degree. Both the liberal studies and integrative studies programs accept up to 90 transferred credits from qualifying schools. The university, which is an eCore affiliate, offers students the option of either fully online, partially online or hybrid distance-learning formats. Coursework may be synchronous or asynchronous, and may require students to appear for proctored exams.
|7||Middle Georgia State University||95.99||20:1||91%|
Students interested in a career in IT can pursue the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree completely online. All courses taken remotely by distance learners are of the same quality and demand the same commitment as traditional courses taken on campus. The 60-credit undergraduate program requires students to complete nine Area A credits, four credits of Area B electives, six hours of humanities and fine arts, 11 hours in math, science and technology, 12 hours of social science and 18 credits in the major. Students must also choose one required math course and one required global perspectives course.
|8||Columbus State University||95.85||17:1||93%|
Online students can choose from six undergraduate degrees and more than a dozen graduate degrees. The online program stands out because of the level of control it gives distance learners. Students may enroll in hybrid, partial or fully-online courses, with each category providing a higher level of online concentration. Potential applicants are encouraged to use the SmarterMeasure Assessment tool. This resource helps students gauge their level of compatibility with the online format, and helps them anticipate their potential strengths and weaknesses. It takes about a half hour to complete the analysis, but students can stop, save and finish at a later time if they choose.
Three separate colleges offer online degrees, with Penfield College offering undergraduate degrees, and the School of Engineering and the Tift College of Education offering graduate degrees to distance learners. Both of the undergraduate programs result in a bachelor of science degree, but one is a degree-completion program that requires previous college work. Coursework is managed through tools like Moodle and BlackBoard, and students will have a range of online resources at their disposal, such as wikis, blogs and multimedia chats. Online courses are taught by the exact same faculty who serve as instructors for traditional, on-campus classes.
All 16 graduate and undergraduate degree programs consist of courses that follow a seven-week format. Students, who are never required to be on campus, will manage their coursework through the Canvas platform. The distance-learning program is exceptional for the comprehensive steps taken to assure educational quality. Online students rate the courses they take, and both an academic dean and a department chair read and consider each evaluation. All instructors are subjected to a month-long certification process, and work under the direction of a veteran faculty member for their entire first year.
|11||University of Georgia||95.34||17:1||94%|
Undergraduate students can achieve either a B.B.A. or a B.S.Ed. degree online, and graduate students have the option of more than a dozen different degree choices. A veteran in distance learning, the university has offered online education programs for more than a decade. Aside from undergraduate and graduate degrees, students can pursue certificates, as well as alternative distance-learning options, such as eCore, GeorgiaOnMyLine, eMajor or the SREB Electronic Campus. Students may also take Classical Languages, which is a post-baccalaureate program offered through the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.
|12||Georgia Southwestern State University||95.12||17:1||91%|
The university is meticulous in determining which courses and degree programs can be offered online without compromising educational integrity. Through a sister-school partnership, students who earned a two-year associate degree from a qualifying partner school may choose to convert it into a four-year, Bachelor of Business Administration degree online. The Department of Computer Science offers an online B.S. of as well as a certificate program that was designed to meet the geographical realities of military personnel, but is not limited to students who serve. The university also participates in eCore and eMajor.
|13||University of West Georgia||95.06||19:1||94%|
Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees are available completely online. Undergraduate students may pursue a B.B.A. or a B.S. both of which offer multiple major options - and even a hybrid RN to BSN program. The university, which is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, is a public institution. The online program boasts experienced instructors and small class sizes. Those who haven't chosen a specific academic pursuit have the option of starting with eCore courses. Admission is open to adult learners, transfer students, first-time students and military personnel.
|14||College of Coastal Georgia||94.66||18:1||90%|
The eMajor program enables students throughout the University System of Georgia to pursue a degree online, including several undergraduate degrees. The eMajor program works on a unique, collaborative framework that encourages academic participation by, among other things, shrinking the time it takes to graduate. This accelerated format is designed for military personnel, transfer students, working professionals and anyone else with time-management constraints. While the bachelor of arts degrees focus on language-related subject matter, there are several concentrations available under the Bachelor of Science in organizational leadership, which offers four possible areas of emphasis.
|15||Kennesaw State University||94.44||21:1||90%|
There are dozens of graduate and undergraduate online programs available to distance learners, including several bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, doctoral degrees and certificate programs. Generally, students should expect to spend between six and nine hours per three-credit course in a traditional 16-week session. Remote students may be required to take proctored examinations in order to graduate. Once accepted, students may participate in an orientation, as well as a course tour, which gives students a hands-on acclimation with a typical online course. Membership in the Web Learners program gives some qualified students the opportunity to register early.
|16||Savannah College of Art and Design||93.96||18:1||98%|
There are several bachelor's degrees and a vast menu of master's degrees available to online students. All programs offer the ultimate in flexibility, as coursework is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students may pace themselves and are not required to be online at a specific time for live courses or lectures. Courses do follow the schedule of the traditional school, with a 10-week format for all courses. Students are provided with cutting-edge online tools and technological resources, including the Autodesk suite, Adobe Creative Cloud, Nuke Personal Learning and several titles from the Microsoft suite.
|17||Valdosta State University||93.28||20:1||92%|
Both undergraduate and graduate students have a variety of options in disciplines and courses of study when it comes to earning a degree online. Students also have the option of the eMajor and eCore programs. eMajor is a collaboration with partner schools in the Georgia University System, which lets students complete their degrees online. eCore is also a collaborative effort with the Georgia University System. It enables students not to complete a degree, but to start the first two years of their college education completely online. Several departments have worked together to launch a new orientation for online students.
|18||Darton State College||93.13||22:1||91%|
With associate, bachelor, and certificate programs in everything from communication to teacher education, Darton State College Online is a great option for the busy professional who is eager to better themselves on the shortest route possible. There are even transfer program options and opportunities for transient students. The Darton eMajor Program is in collaboration with the University of Georgia system and provides the same great support more traditional university students receive. Darton also offers a unique eCore program featuring courses available during the off-term, so students can continue their education during longer summer or winter breaks.
Earn an Associate of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree at your own pace with the Point online degree programs. Students can choose from organizational leadership, Christian ministries, child development, and more. With the exception of the general studies degree, which is only offered as an AA, all degrees can be earned as an AA or a BS. Point is also unique in its integration of faith into the classroom, allowing students to continually challenge who they are and grow their mission in life. Point helps its students become influential in the lives of others, no matter what career path they choose to go down.
|20||Georgia Southern University||92.89||21:1||89%|
Study liberal arts, engineering, education, or health and human sciences at Georgia Southern no matter where you are in the world. With more than two dozen programs to choose from, there's something for everyone, whether you're pursuing a bachelors or a masters. There are even options for those folks serving in the military. Georgia Southern also has the distinction of being named one of U.S. News and World Reports Top 20 Most Popular Universities in the country. For those who want to get out and meet people, there's also a hybrid online/classroom option.
|21||Beulah Heights University||92.16||12:1||48%|
With a highly religious focus, Beulah isn't for everyone, but the skills they do provide are focused on those interested in ministry and the marketplace. Beulah offers Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, and Master of Arts degrees in religious studies and leadership studies. The school is also unique in that it offers online programs in Master of Divinity, Master of Divinity with a leadership concentration, as well as a Master of Business Administration. The programs at Beulah enable graduates to go on to a variety of careers, whether in the business world, non-profit organizations, cultural organizations, or religious organizations.
Truett-McConnell offers its students an education with a Christian worldview, providing them with a quality education, as well as the important religious values necessary to make it in today's constantly changing and busy world. In their business program, for example, the emphasis is not only on making it in the business world, but also on the importance of remaining ethical while conducting business in a dog-eat-dog world. The four major tenets of a Truest-McConnell education include time management, flexibility, motivation, and being self-directed. It takes a certain kind of person to complete an online program and Truett-McConnell prides itself on turning out students who will be major successes in the world.
|23||Shorter University – Adult & Professional Studies Program||87.1||28:1||100%|
Offering Associate, Bachelor, and Graduate degrees, Shorter University is a great option for the busy professional on the go who also wants a Christ-centered education. While most programs are offered online, there are a few that are also offered in person, for the student who wants a hybrid experience, in order to make those professional networking connections in a classroom setting. The majority of the programs are also offered at all three degree levels, allowing students to transition seamlessly from one level to the next in order to complete the highest level of education in the shortest amount of time.
|24||Luther Rice University & Seminary||86.61||28:1||67%|
The Luther Rice College and Seminary offers 100% online coursework with no on-campus residency requirement at any point during your time at the university. With nine degrees and more than 300 courses to choose from, there is never a shortage of the courses you need when you need them, enabling you to complete you degree on your timeline without having to get stuck on waitlists or hope that a class will be available in time for you to graduate. Luther Rice is one of only a few online colleges that allows students to view a sample course before committing to a full- or part-time course of study. Just follow the instructions on the website to log in to the sample course. It's important to the note that the Doctor of Ministry degree requires four week long courses to be completed on campus.
4 Year Online Colleges in Georgia
|SCHOOL NAME||TYPE||ADDRESS||CITY||SEE PROGRAMS|
|Southern Polytechnic State University||Public||1100 S. Marietta Parkway||Marietta||+|
|Beulah Heights University||Private not-for-profit||892 Berne St SE||Atlanta||+|
|Macon State College||Public||100 College Station Dr||Macon||+|
|Middle Georgia College||Public||1100 Second St SE||Cochran||+|
|Georgia Southern University||Public||Brannen Hall, 2670 Southern Drive||Statesboro||+|
|Clayton State University||Public||2000 Clayton State Boulevard||Morrow||+|
|Point University||Private not-for-profit||2605 Ben Hill Rd||East Point||+|
|Reinhardt University||Private not-for-profit||7300 Reinhardt Circle||Waleska||+|
|North Georgia College & State University||Public||82 College Circle||Dahlonega||+|
Best for Future Service Members
The South is known for its hospitality and selflessness, so it’s no surprise that online schools in Georgia encourage students to also serve their country. The ROTC can be found on many Georgia campuses, with the Army, Navy, and Air Force branches all represented. Below you will find a comprehensive list of the nonprofit Georgia programs that offer four-year degrees and at least two ROTC programs.
|Tuition||City||ROTC - Army||ROTC - Navy||ROTC - Air Force|
|Southern Polytechnic State University||$4,205||Marietta||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus||$7,718||Atlanta||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Gainesville State College||$2,277||Oakwood||Yes||No||Yes|
|Armstrong Atlantic State University||$3,610||Savannah||Yes||Yes||No|
|Savannah State University||$3,610||Savannah||Yes||Yes||No|
|Kennesaw State University||$3,888||Kennesaw||Yes||No||Yes|
|University of Georgia||$7,646||Athens||Yes||No||Yes|
|Clark Atlanta University||$19,012||Atlanta||Yes||Yes||No|
Best for Personal Attention
High quality colleges and universities can be found all over Georgia, whether students are looking for vast liberal arts degree programs or focused training. No matter what their specialty, many students are hoping to find a quality post-secondary education from a great school without feeling cramped and crowded in classes that are too large. The following online schools in Georgia offer an excellent mix, with intimate classrooms featuring fewer than 20 students per instructor, on average. Hats off to the following Georgia nonprofit four-year colleges featuring the greatest student-teacher ratios in the state.
|Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College||20 to 1||3,935||$2,277||Public||Tifton|
|Dalton State College||20 to 1||6,685||$2,276||Public||Dalton|
|Macon State College||20 to 1||7,598||$2,277||Public||Macon|
|University of West Georgia||20 to 1||11,469||$3,882||Public||Carrollton|
|Georgia Southwestern State University||19 to 1||3,380||$3,610||Public||Americus|
|North Georgia College & State University||19 to 1||6,455||$3,882||Public||Dahlonega|
|Augusta State University||19 to 1||7,205||$4,512||Public||Augusta|
|Armstrong Atlantic State University||19 to 1||8,127||$3,610||Public||Savannah|
|Life University||18 to 1||1,167||$8,467||Private not-for-profit||Marietta|
|Southern Polytechnic State University||18 to 1||5,940||$4,205||Public||Marietta|
|Columbus State University||18 to 1||8,566||$3,490||Public||Columbus|
|Clayton State University||18 to 1||8,594||$3,610||Public||Morrow|
|University of Georgia||18 to 1||29,024||$7,646||Public||Athens|
|Georgia College & State University||17 to 1||6,256||$6,634||Public||Milledgeville|
|Savannah College of Art and Design||17 to 1||9,892||$31,905||Private not-for-profit||Savannah|
|Georgia Gwinnett College||17 to 1||9,998||$3,378||Public||Lawrenceville|
|Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus||17 to 1||15,514||$7,718||Public||Atlanta|
|Carver Bible College||16 to 1||240||$10,440||Private not-for-profit||Atlanta|
|Oglethorpe University||16 to 1||1,131||$29,900||Private not-for-profit||Atlanta|
|Piedmont College||16 to 1||1,517||$19,930||Private not-for-profit||Demorest|
|Clark Atlanta University||16 to 1||3,380||$19,012||Private not-for-profit||Atlanta|
|Georgia Health Sciences University||14 to 1||494||$7,464||Public||Augusta|
|Toccoa Falls College||14 to 1||834||$17,710||Private not-for-profit||Toccoa Falls|
|Covenant College||14 to 1||1,078||$27,500||Private not-for-profit||Lookout Mountain|
|Beulah Heights University||13 to 1||785||$8,640||Private not-for-profit||Atlanta|
|Emmanuel College||13 to 1||884||$15,700||Private not-for-profit||Franklin Springs|
|Truett-McConnell College||13 to 1||1,020||$15,100||Private not-for-profit||Cleveland|
|Berry College||13 to 1||1,990||$27,450||Private not-for-profit||Mount Berry|
|Shorter University||13 to 1||1,995||$18,400||Private not-for-profit||Rome|
|Morehouse College||13 to 1||2,574||$22,482||Private not-for-profit||Atlanta|
|Paine College||12 to 1||1,046||$11,550||Private not-for-profit||Augusta|
|Reinhardt University||12 to 1||1,257||$17,950||Private not-for-profit||Waleska|
|Brenau University||12 to 1||2,143||$21,908||Private not-for-profit||Gainesville|
|Mercer University||12 to 1||4,960||$32,166||Private not-for-profit||Macon|
|Georgia Christian University||11 to 1||302||$4,810||Private not-for-profit||Atlanta|
|Wesleyan College||11 to 1||740||$19,000||Private not-for-profit||Macon|
|Agnes Scott College||11 to 1||943||$33,246||Private not-for-profit||Decatur|
|Brewton-Parker College||11 to 1||1,019||$11,800||Private not-for-profit||Mount Vernon|
|Spelman College||11 to 1||2,223||$20,569||Private not-for-profit||Atlanta|
|Young Harris College||10 to 1||939||$23,004||Private not-for-profit||Young Harris|
|LaGrange College||9 to 1||935||$24,302||Private not-for-profit||Lagrange|
|Emory University||7 to 1||8,077||$42,400||Private not-for-profit||Atlanta|
|Thomas University||6 to 1||1,073||$13,230||Private not-for-profit||Thomasville|
Best for Women in Technology
Georgia showcases some of the most exceptional programs for women who are interested in an engineering or technology degree. These online schools in Georgia know how to attract and retain women in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields through their dedication to healthy learning environments. Some approaches include mentorships for women in technology to gain guidance from more experienced women in their field. Other approaches include centers focused on women’s needs in STEM pursuits, and commonly making all-female residence halls available to the students. And these Georgia colleges have been able to match the ratios of men-to-women in their classrooms to that of the general school’s campus population. We’ve gathered together some top Georgia colleges for women who are pursuing a degree in technology or engineering, and listed them below.
|TUITION + FEES||CITY||WOMEN IN TECH DEGREES AWARDED||TOTAL ENROLLMENT||TYPE|
|Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus||$10,098||Atlanta||655||18,233||Public|
|Savannah College of Art and Design||$32,405||Savannah||141||9,032||Private Not for Profit|
|University of Georgia||$9,842||Athens||75||31,465||Public|
|Georgia Southern University||$5,754||Statesboro||61||16,586||Public|
|Southern Polytechnic State University||$5,627||Marietta||61||3,859||Public|
|Armstrong Atlantic State University||$4,942||Savannah||51||5,101||Public|
|University of West Georgia||$5,740||Carrollton||38||8,797||Public|
|Emory University||$42,980||Atlanta||27||12,773||Private Not for Profit|
|Georgia Health Sciences University||N/A||Augusta||23||2,264||Public|
|Georgia State University||$8,157||Atlanta||16||22,768||Public|
|Valdosta State University||$5,792||Valdosta||16||10,050||Public|
|Kennesaw State University||$5,522||Kennesaw||12||17,537||Public|
|Mercer University||$32,466||Macon||12||6,365||Private Not for Profit|
|Georgia College & State University||$8,618||Milledgeville||12||5,526||Public|
|Morehouse School of Medicine||N/A||Atlanta||9||331||Private Not for Profit|
|Savannah State University||$5,290||Savannah||8||3,865||Public|
|Fort Valley State University||$6,180||Fort Valley||6||3,421||Public|
|Thomas University||$14,080||Thomasville||6||545||Private Not for Profit|
|Spelman College||$23,794||Atlanta||5||2,082||Private Not for Profit|
Best Schools Fighting for Families
Georgia is where to find many of the premier degrees in social work in the United States. These online schools in Georgia combine classroom learning with field experience, making for an education that prepares graduates for all types of workplace environments. These students develop the maturity, skills, and values that are necessary for a career working with children and families. With a multitude of scholarships and fellowships available, these programs are also affordable. These advantages combined with reputation, academic facilities, and internships make for the best programs in the country. We’ve listed some of the top Georgia schools for students interested in social work, and posted them below.
|CITY||SOCIAL DEGREES AWARDED||WOMEN||MEN||TUITION & FEES||TOTAL ENROLLMENT|
|Georgia State University||Atlanta||331||267||64||$8,157||22,768|
|University of Georgia||Athens||327||254||73||$9,842||31,465|
|Valdosta State University||Valdosta||114||89||25||$5,792||10,050|
|Kennesaw State University||Kennesaw||105||82||23||$5,522||17,537|
|Clark Atlanta University||Atlanta||90||83||7||$19,830||3,350|
|University of West Georgia||Carrollton||63||54||9||$5,740||8,797|
|Albany State University||Albany||59||54||5||$5,912||3,846|
|Savannah State University||Savannah||59||53||6||$5,290||3,865|
|Georgia Southern University||Statesboro||46||36||10||$5,754||16,586|
|Augusta State University||Augusta||39||30||9||$5,622||4,516|
|Georgia College & State University||Milledgeville||28||21||7||$8,618||5,526|
|Fort Valley State University||Fort Valley||26||23||3||$6,180||3,421|
|Covenant College||Lookout Mountain||25||20||5||$28,270||1,049|
|Columbus State University||Columbus||17||16||1||$5,357||5,442|
|Clayton State University||Morrow||13||10||3||$5,014||3,944|
|North Georgia College & State University||Dahlonega||13||10||3||$5,600||4,771|
|Georgia Southwestern State University||Americus||10||7||3||$4,914||2,203|
|Dalton State College||Dalton||8||6||2||$3,732||3,230|