Programs of Study

"The academic schools of Augusta Technical College provide an array of academic programs at the certificate, diploma and associate degree level so you can choose the path that best prepares you to meet your academic, personal and career goals.   No matter what academic program you choose, we know that the education you will receive at Augusta Technical College will prepare you to be successful in the workforce or equip you to continue your education as a transfer student to a four-year institution. Please view each academic school’s webpage and consider being a part of our institution which has been a mainstay in Augusta, Georgia for 60 years."

Melissa Frank-Alston, PhD
Provost

 

Augusta Technical College, the Central Savannah River Area's (CSRA) largest technical college and provider of workforce development, promotes technical skill sets that meet the workforce needs of the communities it serves while contributing to the improvement of the Greater Augusta area, Georgia and beyond.

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School of Arts and Sciences
 

Preparing students for local, regional, and global success through interdisciplinary programs and courses that enhance their communicative, occupational, and critical thinking skills.

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School of Aviation, Industrial and Engineering Technology

Providing students with the academic and technical skills, knowledge, and training necessary to succeed in future careers in engineering and industrial technology fields. 

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School of Business

Your choice for technology-focused business education and a driving force for sending career-ready leaders into professional organizations throughout Augusta and the surrounding areas.

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School of Cyber and Design Media

Combining training with innovative ideas, curriculum, and technologies for a career within high-demand industries including cyber, technology, and media fields.
 

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School of Health Sciences
 

The premier provider of innovative, quality health occupations programs that promote and contribute to the healthcare systems of the Augusta Technical College Community and beyond.

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School of Public and Professional Services

Designed to prepare students for rewarding careers focused on strengthening our communities with hands-on training and technical skills needed for a skilled workforce.

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