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Become an expert in collecting, analyzing, and presenting data by combining a BS in Statistics with an MA in Quantitative Methodology. This degree pathway is an ideal way to gain an edge in a highly competitive, sought-after field.

Statistics touches many subject areas, giving you a broad base of expertise. When combined with quantitative methodology, graduates are highly specialized and sought after by employers, with many receiving salaries over six figures.

Program Highlights

  • Learn from highly personalized programs and world-renowned faculty
  • Use the degree to move into a doctoral program, or go on to work in settings in both the public and private sector
  • Gain expertise in an emerging field
  • Find high-paying career choices after graduation

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Faculty and Curriculum

Tuition and Financial Aid

Almost all in-state students begin their studies at UGA paying limited tuition or fees. Please note that these amounts are subject to change and are meant to give prospective students an idea of the costs associated with a degree at the University of Georgia College of Education.

Students may qualify for a variety of assistantships, scholarships, and other financial awards to help offset the cost of tuition, housing, and other expenses.

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Most graduate students at UGA are not assigned to a faculty advisor until after admittance. A close working relationship with your advisor is paramount to progressing through your program of study.

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Application Process

The degree pathways are structured so that undergraduates first move through their core and major courses in approximately three years. Because undergraduates may share up to 12 graduate-level courses with their undergraduate program of study, the master's degree coursework begins when students are still undergraduates. After successful completion of their bachelor's degree coursework, and completion of requirements for the UGA Graduate School, they become master's students.

The HOPE and Zell Miller Scholarships allow a maximum of 127 attempted or paid hours, whichever is reached first, for students who have not completed a bachelor's degree. This can be used to cover tuition for both undergraduate and graduate coursework. HOPE and Zell Miller scholarships will only pay tuition at the lower rate, whether it is the graduate or undergraduate rate. Once a student meets the requirements for graduation from the undergraduate program, they are no longer eligible for the HOPE or Zell Miller scholarships.

Admissions Criteria

All specializations for the MA in Educational Psychology require GRE scores as well as the following documents:

  • Current resume/CV
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Three letters of recommendation

Your three letters of recommendation should be from individuals who can evaluate your scholarly ability and potential for success in a graduate program. Preferably, at least two of the three letters will be from faculty who have instructed the applicant in a previous program of study.

Admission to any specialization depends on factors including research interests, test scores and availability of an appropriate advisor. Only students who are considered possible future candidates for the doctoral program are recommended for admission to the master of arts program.

All current undergraduate students are eligible to apply for a Double Dawgs program. Please contact the program's pathway advisor for more information.

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