The Georgia State University Biology Department’s biology graduate program is one of the top 25 programs in the nation, according to Graduate Programs. Georgia State is the only university in the state to make the list.
Graduate Programs is an online resource for prospective graduate students. The site provides students with graduate program reviews,… more »
As part of the university’s continuous enrollment policy, students in all graduate programs must maintain enrollment totaling 6 hrs (or more) over all consecutive three semester periods (including summers). In other words, the total enrollment of the current term plus the two terms preceding it must add to 6 hours or more at all times.
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia requires that any student applying to Georgia State University will be required to provide verification of their lawful presence in the United States before their admission to the university can be finalized. This requirement is detailed in the following Board of Regents policies:
In a studio high above Gilmer Street, the scent of paint thinner fills the air. Empty picture frames dangle from the ceiling, and a dozen faces with piercing eyes stare out from the walls. This is the studio of painter Aryn Rosenbaum.
The College of Arts and Sciences provides the opportunity for students who are not in direct pursuit of a graduate degree to take courses in some departments. Applicants seeking the status of non-degree or transient student are subject to the same fees and application restrictions of other applicants, although departmental standards for admission… more »
Georgia State University will continue to review international applicants for admission, regardless of country of citizenship or nationality. Please be advised that students from the seven countries mentioned in the January 27, 2017, Executive Order may have difficulties obtaining a visa and entering the U.S. in the near future.