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Graduate Degree Programs

Graduate admissions information

Master of Science in Cybersecurity and Privacy (MS) (non-thesis)

Master of Science (MS) (thesis and non-thesis)  

Master in Applied Mathematical Sciences (MAMS)

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 

Cybersecurity Certificate

Prospective students may apply online to any of the above Graduate Degree programs by visiting the Graduate School website at

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Graduate School Admission Common Questions and FAQS

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F-1 International Graduate Student Expenses

Tuition/Fee Schedule

Graduate Admission Application Deadlines for fall 2020:

Domestic applicants: July 1, 2020         International Applicants: April 15th, 2020

*Accepted Doctoral students have priority departmental funding in the form of Teaching or Research Assistantships. Funding decisions are not made with applications for admission. Contact Samantha Varghese should you have questions.

**International applicants should have required documents received by the Graduate School before the stated deadline for immigration processing. If applicants need to retake entrance exams, please do so well before the deadline. All applicants are required to submit official GRE, and official TOEFL or IELTS score results to the University of Georgia, Graduate Admissions office at Student copies to our office are not accepted.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have taken IELTS, please have official scores POSTAL mailed from British Council to UGA Graduate Admissions. We do not accept electronic official copies. Should you have further questions, contact UGA Graduate Admissions at

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John Miller - Graduate Coordinator  Dr. John Miller, Professor (Interim)

  Graduate Coordinator
   219 Hardman Hall
  (706) 542-3440; Office hours may vary


 Samantha Varghese Mrs. Samantha Varghese

  Graduate Program Administrator
  422 Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center
  (706) 542-3477 (voice); M-F, 8:00-5:00 EST


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