Undergraduate Degree Programs

Undergraduate Degree Programs

All prospective students for UGA-Griffin should apply online through the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Please complete all items on the Transfer Application Checklist [pdf]. If you have previously downloaded an application form from this page, please use the online application instead. Note that the undergraduate application fee is $60.

International applicants should complete all items on the International Transfer Application Checklist [pdf].

Former UGA undergraduate students should complete the application for former (returning) UGA studentsImportant: Once you have completed the application for former (returning) students, please contact UGA Griffin Campus Admissions using our contact form or by phone at (770) 228-7314.

Undergraduate Application Deadlines
Fall – July 15
Spring – November 15
Summer – May 1

Students applying for transient status at the Griffin Campus should complete all items on the Transient Application Checklist [pdf].

Undergraduate Programs offered at UGA-Griffin

Agribusiness (B.S.A.)

Degree prepares students for careers in marketing, management, and finance by combining in-depth business concepts with real-world application to the food and fiber industry. Agribusinesses process and market food and fiber products, as well as supply inputs to and manage agricultural production. Prepares graduates for professional degrees, such as law and other graduate level programs.

Agricultural Education (B.S.A.)

Program provides students with the tools to succeed in the teaching profession and related careers in extension and public service. Instruction focuses on teaching methods, curriculum planning, leadership development, and community study. The curriculum integrates technical agriculture courses and school practicums under the direction of a cooperating teacher.

Biological Science (B.S.A.)

Degree provides a flexible program of study integrating both biological and agricultural sciences. Prepares graduates for professional programs in medicine, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, and dentistry, as well as advanced degrees in biological sciences. Graduates pursue careers in industry, business, and government dealing with food, fiber, health care, and environmental stewardship.

Consumer Economics (B.S.F.C.S.)

Program provides a strong foundation for graduate programs in economics and for a number of careers: business development coordinator, human resources director, stockbroker, underwriter, consumer banker, marketing director, and loan originator. Emphasis in financial planning meets requirements for becoming a Certified Financial Planner™.

Environmental Resource Science (B.S.E.S.)

Program combines a strong foundation in basic sciences with applied sciences, focusing on the impact of the collaboration of sciences on the environment and urban areas. Prepares graduates for environmental careers in research laboratories, consulting firms, and horticulture production, as well as government and management positions and advanced degrees in agricultural and environmental fields.

Food Industry Marketing and Administration (B.S.A.)

Majors integrate training in business and general economics with an in-depth understanding of the food industry. The curriculum focuses on the processes and standard operations involved in the food processing, restaurant, and food industry, which uniquely qualifies graduates for food industry management jobs in this large and growing Georgia and national economy.

General Business (B.B.A.)

Program provides students with valuable skills that are the foundation for a successful career as an entrepreneur or as part of a corporation, small business, or family business. Students gain a broad spectrum of business knowledge in the areas of finance, statistics, marketing, and management.

Interdisciplinary Studies (A.B.) with Psychology Concentration

Program provides a solid foundation for careers in industrial, governmental, and other organizational settings: management, health and human services, public relations, human resources, law enforcement/corrections, training, community/social services, marketing, and communications. Prepares students for graduate programs in counseling, psychology, social work, and human resources.

Interdisciplinary Studies (A.B.) with Sociology Concentration

Program includes a number of criminology courses and opens up a wide range of career options in government, business, and non-profits: human resources, law enforcement/corrections, data analysis, public relations, and training. Prepares students for post-graduate study in business, law, public administration, social work, criminal justice, and the social sciences.

Microbiology (B.S.)

Degree is suitable for pre-med, pre-dental, pre-vet and pre-pharmacy students. Solid foundation for advanced degrees in public health and biological sciences, as well as careers in environmental and industrial microbiology, public health, research, pharmaceutical and medical sales, and quality assurance in government agencies and many industries: agriculture, pharmaceuticals, and biotech.

Special Education (B.S.Ed.)

Curriculum prepares graduates to teach students with mild disabilities in the general curriculum in both inclusion and special education classrooms in public, private, and charter schools. Program completion leads to initial Georgia teacher certification in special education (preschool-12th grade). Program has a hybrid format involving face-to-face, online, and blended courses. Study includes comprehensive field experiences in local schools.