What is education for?

At Augusta University, it’s for you—a tool you can use to build the life you’ve always imagined, or a space for you to figure out what you want to learn, to do, and to become. You can develop your skills and expertise here and carry it with you after graduation.

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Education for Life

Study what you love

Whatever you hope to do, Augusta University has a program to suit your needs and support your ambitions. As a designated center of medical, dental, and health sciences excellence, we prepare the next generation of medical researchers and health care providers. And as a thriving comprehensive research university, we offer more than 150 areas of study—in cyber security, kinesiology, business, animation, and much more.

View the full list of 150-plus bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs and certificate offerings.

Find Your Path

Your education, your way

By connecting learning to the real world, our students see themselves as a catalyst for change.

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How to Apply

Find more information on how to apply to our undergraduate and graduate programs, financial aid, and more.



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Research Opportunities

At Augusta University, we provide undergraduates the opportunity to build close working relationships with faculty and peers. Today's competitive job market is forcing dramatic changes in higher education. Students aren't simply being asked to memorize pages of lecture notes; instead, undergraduates are challenged to become active contributors to the development and dissemination of new knowledge in their field of study. Center for Undergraduate Research »