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Programs of Study


Georgia Highlands College proudly offers several degree options to satisfy the educational needs of prospective and current students. These degree options include:  Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), Career Programs, and Bachelor of Science (B.S.). Students seeking either an A.S. or A.A. degree can choose from a variety of program pathways which prepare students for transfer to bachelor degree granting institutions. To help guide students through these many options, pathway and program checklists are provided below. 

Associate of Art (A.A.)

 

Art
Communication
Criminal Justicee
Englishe
Foreign Languagese
Historye
Journalism
Music
Music Business
Philosophy
Political Science
e
Psychology
Sociology

Associate of Science (A.S.)

Agriculture
Biology
Business Administratione
Chemistry
Computer Information Systems
Computer Science
Engineering 
General Studiese
Geology
Health Information Management
Health Professions
Mathematics
Nursing
Physics
Teacher Education - Early Childhood
Teacher Education - Middle Gradese
Teacher Education - Physical Education
Teacher Education - Special Education

*Note Students desiring to teach at the secondary level should complete the program pathway in the discipline in which they plan to teach (e.g. Art, English, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, History, etc.). These education courses are strongly encouraged: EDUC 2110, 2120 and 2130.

Career Programs

Career associate degree programs allow students to focus specifically on work that will translate into success in their future careers. GHC has proudly led hundreds of dental hygienists, human service workers and nurses directly into their careers.

Dental Hygiene
Human Services
Nursing (RN)
 

Bachelor Degree Programs

RN to BSNe

BSDHe

BUSA (Available Fall 2017)

  • Healthcare Management
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management

 


 

Note:  Programs denoted with an (e) are available in an online format.  Please contact eLearning for more information and online program sheetshttp://www2.highlands.edu/site/elearning



Page last updated: February 20, 2017