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A new course at the University of Georgia is helping math students explore the wide variety of careers open to graduates in their field.

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The BFA program at The University of Georgia in Jewelry and Metalwork is an inclusive program of study which provides students the opportunity to explore and develop technical competencies and conceptual directions within the arena of contemporary jewelry and metalwork…

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Students who have academic interests for which no major is offered or which combine several major areas within the Franklin College of Arts & Sciences may wish to pursue an Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) major. Students in the Interdisciplinary Studies Program plan a…

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Students majoring in Film Studies take courses that provide a solid training in the critical act of interpretation, film theory, and the historical context of cinema's economic, cultural, and technological development. This program centers on film history, criticism, and theory…

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