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Georgia Best Colleges and Universities 2016

State of Georgia serves as home to a number of post-secondary institutions, including four-year universities. Among these colleges are public, State-supported schools as well as religious and unsectarian private universities. These institutions provide bachelor's and master's level degrees in a number of areas, including some that can lead to employment within the areas of the US Department of Labor has identified as the fastest growing in the State from 2008 to 2018 which is computer science and psychology.

Emory University

Emory University was founded by the United Methodist Church in 1836 on a place five miles from downtown Atlanta. The school's campus covers 634 hectares of land and serves as the home of more than 12900 undergraduate and graduate students. The college admission rate is about 30 percent, according to the "2009 Barron's Profiles of American Colleges". The average class size for introductory courses at the University is about 27 students, while the overall average team sizes of 20 students. About 60 percent of the students at Emory advantage of a kind of economic aid.

United States News and World Report ranked Emory the 20. best University in the United States in its "Best Colleges 2011" ratings. In October 2010 the College of African history, social psychology, physicians Assistant, midwifery, biomedical engineering and public health programs ranked in the top 10 of the most recently ranking of "U.S. News and World Report" ratings.

Savannah State University

Savannah State University is a public institution located on a 165-acre campus in the city of Savannah. Established in 1890, the school is one of the nation's historically black universities and colleges, which are identified by the u.s. Department of Education. Approximately 95 percent of the University's more than 3800 undergraduate and graduate students are (b) deficiency, according to the "2009 Barron Profiles of American Colleges". The school admits about 40 percent of all applicants. In the introductory lectures, average class sizes 27 students; the total school's average team size is 22 students.

the University grants both baccalaureate and master's degree. Social work marine and computer information systems generally regarded as the University's top academic programs. About 90 percent of freshmen and 87 percent of all continuing students at Savannah State are financial recipients aid applications.

University of Georgia

The University of Georgia is a public institution in the rural community in Athens. Home to more than 34800 students, college campus is more than 600 hectares in size. Since the University was founded in 1785, it was the first State-chartered University in the United States. The University admits about 54 percent of the applicants, the report "2009 Barron Profiles of American colleges."

Among the academic programs offered at the University of Georgia is 140 baccalaureate, master-124 and 91 PhD majors. The College is also home to the schools of law, pharmacy and veterinary science. U.s. News and World Report ranked the University 56th in the nation in its "Best Colleges 2011" ratings. About a third of the students at the University of Georgia to receive financial support.

Brenau University

A private, unsupported institution Brenau University is in the suburban community of Gainesville, which is 50 miles northeast of Atlanta. A small institution on a 57-acre campus, the school has fewer than 900 undergraduate and graduate students. The school admits around 38 percent of applicants, explains "2009 Barron's Profiles of American Colleges". U.s. News and World Report ranked college 29th among the regional schools in the southern United States in its "Best Colleges 2011" ratings.

Brenau University's largest campus is primarily a women's College with nursing, occupational therapy and performing arts, the largest programs in the form of checking. Regional, co-educational learning centers also offer programs at locations in North Atlanta, Atlanta, Augusta, Gainesville and Kings Bay. About 78 percent of the 71 percent of freshmen and continuing students are recipients of financial aid applications.

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