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The Graduate School provides leadership, vision and oversight for many of the Augusta University graduate programs as well as support for graduate students and faculty. 

The Graduate School prepares successful and innovative leaders, scholars, researchers, educators and clinicians to advance their field and impact their community and the world.  Currently, The Graduate School offers over 45 graduate degree and advanced certificate programs. The wide range of doctoral, specialist and master’s degree programs, as well as graduate certificate programs offered, provide outstanding training, research, clinical and educational opportunities.  

The Graduate School aims to provide a rich intellectual, academic and research environment for educating students to become leaders in the discovery, dissemination, and application of knowledge. To help facilitate this, our graduate faculty members are selected based on experience in research, scholarship and education. They are drawn from the faculties of Augusta University’s College of Allied Health Sciences, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Hull College of Business, Dental College of Georgia, College of Education, College of Science and Mathematics, College of Nursing, School of Computer & Cyber Sciences and the Medical College of Georgia. Class sizes are small, and the faculty excels in cultivating and modeling supportive, collegial and professional relationships with students. 

With outstanding programs in Allied Health, Biological and Computational Mathematics, Biomedical Sciences, Bimolecular Science, Biostatistics, Business, Computer and Cyber Science, Education, Intelligence and Security Studies, Medical Illustration, Nursing, and Public Administration- earning a graduate degree from Augusta University is time well spent! 

 

 

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Graduate School Announcements

The Take Off: Homecoming 2021 February 21-February 26

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Check out the schedule of events brought to you by the Jaguar Production CREW! Questions? Contact Student Life & Engagement at sle@augusta.edu

New Program: MS in Epidemiology

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Learn about the MS in Epidemiology Program that will be accepting applications for the Fall 2021 Semester soon. 

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AR Workshop AHA Fundraiser Event... Support the BSA

Be sure to support the Biomedical Student Association in their fundraiser for the American Heart Association. Learn more details about the fundraiser event. 

Evans GA named the #1 Best Place to Live in America

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Money.com has name Evans, GA as the number #1 place to live in America. Learn more about it.

 

 

 

Graduate School News

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New model helping identify pregnant women whose previous kidney injury puts them, babies at risk

Young pregnant women, who appear to have fully recovered from an acute injury that reduced their kidney function, have higher rates of significant problems like preeclampsia and low birthweight babies. MCG scientists are working to better understand, identify and ideally avoid this recently identified association.

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NASA grant enables scientist to explore ways to keep astronauts’ bones strong in space

The skeleton’s ability to adapt to mechanical loading — the forces put on bone by both gravity and muscle in response to movement — is critical to bone health, and circumstances like spaceflight or a spinal cord injury can interfere, says Dr. Meghan E. McGee-Lawrence, MCG biomedical engineer. With a new grant from NASA, she hopes to better understand how lack of gravity and other causes of disuse affect the usual dynamics of the skeleton, and find ways to restore a healthy dynamic when usual options like increased physical activity and weight lifting are not viable.

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Tiny population of neurons may have big role in depression

Chronic stress that changes the function of a tiny group of neurons known to be important to energy homeostasis in the body as well prompting us to pick up a fork when we are hungry may contribute to depression.

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Mother and son pursue MBA together at Hull College of Business

For Kurtis, getting an MBA was a logical next step in his education, and his mother convinced him to pursue it with her.