The Department of Mathematics of the University of Georgia is a vibrant mathematical community and is one of the largest departments at UGA in UGA's Franklin College of Arts & Sciences. The department has particularly active research groups in algebra, analysis, applied mathematics, geometry, number theory and topology.


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.

Computer Science

Among the growing, dynamic, research-oriented faculty of the Computer Science department are experts in bioimaging, distributed information systems, human-computer interaction, databases, vision and image processing, theory, algorithms, bioinformatics, scientific computing, simulation, parallel and distributed computing, real time systems, virtual reality, evolutionary computing, and artificial intelligence.