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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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The Graduate School

Health Sciences Campus

Pavilion III

(706) 721-3278

(706) 721-6829


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Graduate School Announcements & Events


Now accepting applications: PhD with a major in Computer and Cyber Sciences

Steve Coughlin

Accepting applications for the Spring 2022 Semester.

Now accepting applications: EdD with a major in Educational Innovation

Steve Coughlin

Accepting applications for the Summer 2022 Semester.


Scholar Series

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August 26 - December 2, 2021 - 6:00pm

AU Graduate School Fair

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September 23, 2021 - 11:00am-1:00pm
JSAC Outdoor Patio - Summerville Campus


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October 2, 2021
Savannah Rapids Bluffs Heritage Preserve

Backpacking Trip

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October 6 - 10, 2021
Chattanooga River Trail

Virtual AU Graduate School Fair

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October 7, 2021, 4:30pm-7:30pm
Zoom- Register Here

Library Open House

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October 19, 2021, 3:30 - 5:30pm
Greenblatt Library

Spring Break Trip

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April 2 - 7, 2022
Tarpon Springs, FL

Graduate School News

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College of Science and Mathematics stays focused on grant-funded research through pandemic challenges

Augusta University’s College of Science and Mathematics received numerous research grants during fiscal year 2019. Dean John Sutherland hosted a celebration of those accomplishments on Sept. 6, 2019, at the Maxwell Alumni House. Fast-forward two years, and while the COVID-19 pandemic induced many challenges, the principal investigators of these grants carried on their research with […]

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Can cocoa consumption help us age better?

Dr. Yanbin Dong just received a $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to perform detailed analysis of inflammatory factors and genetic changes associated with aging to see if cocoa consumption reduces health problems.

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Computer and Cyber Sciences expands PhD program, seeks applications for fall 2022

“This program builds on the research strengths created in the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences over the last two to three years,” said Dr. Gagan Agrawal.

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Smaller breathing tubes are better when intubating singers, everyone

Smaller is better when it comes to the flexible plastic endotracheal tubes placed in the windpipe to help patients breathe, say the medical professionals who treat vocal professionals.

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