Georgia State University: Atlanta, Georgia

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  • The M.S. major in Instructional Design and Technology provides students with the basic knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to perform as instructional technologists. An instructional technologist is a professional educator who can combine knowledg... more >

  • The goals of the School are : to graduate nurses who are strongly committed to improving patient care. These goals have been reached through Educating nurse clinicians, practitioners, scholars, leaders and researchers Developing health-related com... more >

  • The Neurobiology program in the Biology Department of Georgia State has a number of dynamic young investigators and is part of a large thriving Neuroscience community in Atlanta. more >

  • The Master of Arts (M.A.) degree program prepares students to teach in junior, community, or small liberal arts colleges; for careers in the management and use of historical records in archives or museums and in historic preservation; and for admission... more >

  • The School of Policy Studies houses several of Georgia State University's most prominent academic departments and research centers, forming a leading regional and national think tank.In addition to providing degree programs in economics, public administ... more >

  • Career changes and provisionally certified teachers can earn initial teacher certification in our Urban Accelerated Teacher Masters (UACM) program or our Master's of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program. Both offer a Master's degree in addition to their initi... more >

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  • The Andrew Young School is located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, close to many business and nonprofit headquarters, which provides an excellent environment to learn and practice good policy. Our students The Andrew Young School attracts a diver... more >

  • The Department of Psychology offers courses of study leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. The facilities of the department permit work in cognition, development, neuropsychology, learning, infant behavior, sensation and perception, motiva... more >

  • This M.Ed. program in Health and Physical Education is designed for P-12 health and physical educators... more >

  • The Master of Arts (M.A.) degree program in applied anthropology is designed to provide rigorous training in anthropological concepts, skills, and met... more >

  • The Department of Sociology offers the Master of Arts (M.A.) degree program and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D. more >

  • The Neuroscience Institute admits students into a program leading to the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. more >

  • This program focuses on psychological research and application in a wide range of community and organizational settings. Only applicants who plan to earn their Ph.D. degree at GSU will be considered for admittance; applicants without a prior Masters wil... more >

  • The Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in communication is a multidisciplinary degree designed to prepare communication professionals and academicians for the demands of the 21st century. Each student may select an area of concentration from the following:... more >

  • Active research programs are pursued in analytical, organic and biophysical chemistry and biochemistry. The department currently brings in over two million dollars in external research funds annually. more >

  • The Department of Biology at Georgia State University offers Ph.D. and M.S. programs in cell biology and physiology (CBP). These programs prepare students for careers in biomedical research and teaching. Research areas include the function and regulatio... more >

  • The largest CIS program in the nation, consistently ranked in the top 20 by US News and World Report (#12 this year). more >

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