Cellular Biology

The Department of Cellular Biology was established within the Division of Biological Sciences at the University of Georgia in 1995. The Department offers excellent opportunities for scientific training in a variety of important aspects of cellular biology. These include cell biology, developmental biology, molecular parasitology, immunology, cellular neurobiology and endrocrinology.

Communication Studies

The goals of graduate education in the Department of Communication Studies are to provide students with tools for generating new knowledge about human communication, to cultivate highly developed skills in transmitting knowledge about communication to various constituencies in need of that information, and to foster an attitute of eager inquiry and service.


Anthropology at the University of Georgia reflects the 21st century landscape of this most human of disciplines. Ecology and environment are emphasized in our study of human societies both past and present. These provide the unique basis for the four major anthropological fields of study at UGA: Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, and Applied Anthropology. Our mission is to pursue and disseminate anthropological knowledge of human cultural behavior and human-environment interaction.