Franklin Fast Facts: Academic Offerings

Departments and Majors

The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences comprises 30 departments that represent five broad divisions: Fine Arts, Social Sciences, Biological Sciences, Physical and Mathematical Sciences, and the Humanities, along with several dozen centers, institutes and programs that cross disciplinary and college lines throughout UGA.

  • Undergraduate Majors: 84
  • Master's degree programs: 45
  • Doctoral degree programs: 35

Popular Majors

Franklin Fact: The five most popular undergraduate majors at UGA are in the Franklin College.

  • Biology: 2,143
  • Psychology: 1,801
  • English: 607
  • Biological Sciences: 582
  • Art: 518
  • History: 467

Total Degrees Conferred

In fiscal year 2012, Franklin College conferred a total of 2,937 degrees.

  • Bachelor's: 2,541
  • Master's: 242
  • Doctoral: 154

Tuition and Cost of Attendance (2013-2014)

Georgia Resident Out-of-State Resident
Tuition and Fees $10,262 $28,472
Typical Residence Halls $5,290 $5,290
Typical 7-Day Meal Plan $3,956 $3,956
Tuition, Room & Board $19,508 $37,718
Estimated Books & Supplies $916 $916
Estimated Living Expenses $1,640 $1,640
Total Cost $22,064 $40,274

Study Abroad

UGA ranks among the top universities in the nation for number of students who study abroad, and Franklin College is home to nearly 30 study abroad programs and six continents. Find out more about the Study Abroad program.

Centers and Institutes

Several of the Centers and Institutes at the University of Georgia are part of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences.