Georgia State offers more than 250 degree programs with 100 fields of study, 140 academic programs across its 10 colleges and schools. A number of these programs and initiatives set Georgia State apart from other urban public research universities.

Georgia State is a national leader in graduating students from diverse backgrounds and has achieved national recognition for its commitment to students’ successful progress toward graduation.

Georgia State University ranked fifth among national universities in a new U.S. News ranking this year of most innovative schools.

The university also has a growing research portfolio, and is pioneering a number of interdisciplinary initiatives that include advanced brain imaging, diagnostics and therapeutics, atypical development and learning, and language research.