Centers, Institutes and Programs

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Centers

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Photo provided by Center for Virtual History

The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences is involved in a number of centers associated with the University of Georgia. A center is organizational form designed to further the university's instructional, research, and public service missions in ways that cannot be addressed through
traditional structures, such as departments, schools, and colleges. A center should offer programs or
opportunities that cannot be offered at least as well through existing structures.  The following is a list of such centers with links to their homepages where you can get more information. Contact the administrative personnel of the center that interests you for more information.

Our Centers


Institutes

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Photo provided by LACSI. Aztec dance group in costume.

The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences is associated with multiple University of Georgia institutes. These institutes provide more specialized training and support for a broad range of topic areas. An institute is organizational form designed to further the university's instructional, research, and public service missions in ways that cannot be addressed through traditional structures, such as departments, schools, and colleges.  Contact the administrative personnel of the institute that interests you for more information.

Our Institutes


Programs

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Students discussing lessons in the Linguistics Program

The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences provides a way for students to gain degrees in fields that are cross-disciplinary. These programs draw from various departments to provide approved curricula that allows students to achieve their academic goals. Contact the administrative personnel of the program that interests you for more information.

Our Programs