The undergraduate and graduate degree programs of the Department of Classics rank among the largest and strongest of Classics departments in the United States. Our students have won numerous competitive scholarships and other awards, and our graduates have gone on to excellent jobs in a wide range of careers - including teaching at the primary and secondary school levels - and to Ph.D. programs at a variety of prestigious universities.
The goal of the Department of Geology is to educate undergraduate and graduate students, businesses, government, and the public through excellence in teaching, research, and service. They emphasize studies in Crust and Mantle Dynamics, Earth Systems History, Environmental Geosciences, and Geoarchaeology. In these areas, they pursue the understanding of geological processes, the optimal use of earth resources, and the reconstruction of earth's history to illuminate its future.
The Department of Cellular Biology was established within the Division of Biological Sciences at the University of Georgia in 1995. The Department offers excellent opportunities for scientific training in a variety of important aspects of cellular biology. These include cell biology, developmental biology, molecular parasitology, immunology, cellular neurobiology and endrocrinology.