Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fees at Georgia Regents University are divided into undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs. To find the rates for your program, select your program level, and find the program listed by college.
Tuition and fees rates are approved annually by the Board of Regents and the new rates begin each fall term. Rates for the upcoming academic year are generally available in April preceding the fall term for that year. Before reviewing the tuition rates, it is a good first step to review the required curriculum for your program of study to determine the number of credit hours in which you will need to enroll for your fall term, and for the academic year.
- The need at Children’s Hospital of Georgia for an on-site research unit has been met with an addition designed to help bring studies and research from the bench to the bedside.
- Scientists, trying to determine what enables the deadly transformation from chronic liver inflammation to cancer and block it, have their sights on the protein TREM-1.
- The College of Education at Georgia Regents University will offer a doctoral degree in educational innovation – the university’s first doctoral degree outside of health and medicine.