UGA offers one online post-baccalaureate program, but its educational impact is immense. Five faculty members — Charles Platter, Damaris Corrigan, Naomi Norman, Andy Paczkowski and Richard LaFleur — devote their time to the Classical Languages certificate program that is designed to help students reach and exceed advanced levels in Greek and Latin in order to prepare them for graduate study in the various fields of classics.
After nine years in the restaurant industry, Bethany Marcinik found herself in a dead-end job. She knew she wanted to go back to school. Food was her passion, and the technology involved in food production was intriguing. A Master in Food Technology seemed to be the next step. After some research, all signs pointed to taking online classes at UGA.
Whether you live on campus or not, it’s important to know the traditions your school embraces! UGA has many traditions, but here are just a few so you can get to know the customs and personality of the university: