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The Biology major at UGA enables students to sample from the very broad and diverse range of learning opportunities in the biological sciences.  Unlike some of the more specialized degree programs (e.g. Cellular Biology, Microbiology, Genetics, Biochemistry, Plant Biology…

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The English Department at the University of Georgia is a diverse scholarly community of more than 40 faculty, 60 graduate students, and 400 undergraduate majors and minors.

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Comparative Literature and Intercultural Studies examines common features in the literatures of more than one culture. It can focus on a genre, a period or a theme, or it can focus very broadly on the materials of literature itself—structure, rhetoric or language. We live today…

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