Programs of Study

The College of Coastal Georgia offers sixteen baccalaureate degree programs, four career associate degree programs, two transfer associate degrees (Associate of Science and the Associate of Arts), and four one-year certificates. With a student/faculty ratio that averages 19:1, your professors know your name in a college setting where the academics are challenging and exhilarating!

Degrees, Majors, Minors & Certificates


    Baccalaureate programs are focused on selected areas of study and offer students the opportunity to complete Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, or Bachelor of Science in Education degrees with special emphasis on fields that support regional and state economic development.

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Bachelor of Arts with a Major in American Studies
    Bachelor of Science with a Major in Biological Sciences
    Bachelor of Business Administration
    Bachelor of Science with a Major in Criminal Justice
    Bachelor of Science in Education
    Bachelor of Science in Health Informatics
    Bachelor of Science with a Major in Interdisciplinary Studies
    Bachelor of Science with a Major in Mathematics
    Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    Bachelor of Science with a Major in Psychology
    Bachelor of Science with a Major in Public Management

    Transfer Associate

    The College offers two transfer associate degrees: Associate of Science (A.S.) and the Associate of Arts (A.A.). The college transfer curricula which lead to these degrees either prepare students for further academic study or can serve, in certain instances, as a recognized two-year degree credential for employment opportunities upon graduation. Area F is designed to provide a required foundation of courses for successful work in a specific major once the student transfers to a baccalaureate degree-granting institution.

    Associate of Arts (Core Curriculum)

    Associate of Science (Core Curriculum)

    Career Associate

    Career programs prepare students for further academic study while providing graduates with specific knowledge and skills for employment in such fields as culinary arts, hotel operations, radiologic sciences, and nursing.

    Online Degrees

    The College's growth in the area of online learning has grown precipitously within the last few years. In an effort to accommodate diverse student learners, online education is a popular learning platform, not only in terms of convenience and flexibility, but also the opportunity for students to participate in an interactive virtual classroom environment that offers enhanced class discussions.


    Bachelor of Arts

    Bachelor of Science


    Pre-baccalaureate certificates and one-year certificates not associated with degrees, provide students with a program of study at the post-secondary educational level based on the completion of a prescribed curriculum, including first-year certificates in Liberal Arts and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and one-year certificates in Spanish for Professionals and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).

    powered by finalsite