Colleges & Departments



College of Education
Degree programs in the College of Education are designed to produce prepared, reflective educators committed to excellence in the profession and the learning of all students. The College also works to help students develop a depth of knowledge and the power of imagination that will enable them to take leadership positions and improve the quality of education across our state and beyond.

  Childhood & Exceptional Student
   Education

Adolescent & Adult Education
Office of Field Experiences
 
 

College of Health Professions
As the largest undergraduate health college in the state of Georgia, Armstrong’s College of Health Professions offers a range of academic programs that prepare students for careers in nursing, public health, health administration, and the allied health professions. From associate through doctoral degrees, the College of Health Professions continually responds to the health and wellness needs of an ever-growing and changing population.

  Rehabilitation Sciences
Health Sciences
Medical Laboratory Science
Nursing
Radiologic Sciences
Respiratory Therapy

 

College of Liberal Arts
Graduates from our many departments and interdisciplinary programs are among our region's finest and most successful leaders in such areas as government, criminal justice, law, business, and entertainment. Students in the College of Liberal Arts study the arts, humanities, and social sciences in the classroom and beyond through internships, performances, exhibitions, undergraduate research projects and study abroad programs.

  Art, Music & Theatre
Criminal Justice, Social &
   Political Science

Economics
History
Languages, Literature &
   Philosophy

Interdisciplinary Programs
Military Science/ROTC

 

College of Science & Technology
With an emphasis on creating student research opportunities and preparing students for exciting careers and challenging graduate programs, the College of Science and Technology provides programs of study in applied physics, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, information technology, mathematics, and psychology.

  Biology
Chemistry & Physics
Computer Science & Information Technology
Engineering
Mathematics
Psychology