Degrees and Awards Conferred (FY07-FY17) (PDF) (xlsx)

Total degrees and awards conferred by degree specification and major for the academic year (summer, fall, spring).

Second Major on Degrees Conferred (FY11-FY17) (PDF) (xlsx)

Count of second majors ("double major") within the same degree specification for the academic year (summer, fall, spring). See note below, "Double Majors and Degrees Conferred."

Degrees Conferred by Ethnicity and Gender (FY10-FY17) (xlsx)

Total degrees conferred by program for the academic year (summer, fall, spring) broken out by ethnicity, gender, and concentration. 

Degrees and Majors Authorized

Offerings at the University of West Georiga authorized by the University System of Georgia's Board of Regents
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Note: Double Majors and Degrees Conferred
UWG awards only one specific baccalaureate degree (e.g., B.S. or B.A.) within a single term regardless of the number of majors. If a student completes two or more majors for the B.A. (e.g., Foreign Languages and Literatures and English), it is considered a double major, and he or she will receive one degree with both majors being noted on both the transcript and the diploma. It is the student’s choice as to which major is the primary major in which the degree is conferred with the second major as the notation.  A second bachelor's degree conferred in the same term (dual degree) requires completion of separate degree designations, such as a B.A. and B.S. (e.g., a B.A. in Foreign Languages and Literatures and a B.S. in Biology) or a B.A. or B.S. and a different degree. In this case two separate degrees are awarded. The policy on double majors within the same degree specification can be found in the Undergraduate Catalog, which can be accessed here: http://www.westga.edu/assets/docs/catalogs/UG-full-current/1816.htm

 

Disclaimer

It is important to note that the information on this web site may differ from data reported by the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment to other federal, state, and regional agencies due to differences in reporting guidelines, reporting definitions, and the timing of when the information was prepared.

Census Dates

  • USG Mid-Term

    USG Mid-Term

    Semester ADC Census I Date ADC I Due Date
    Summer July 8 July 15
    Fall October 7 October 14
    Spring February 22 March 3
    • Semester: Summer

      ADC Census I Date: July 8

      ADC I Due Date: July 15

    • Semester: Fall

      ADC Census I Date: October 7

      ADC I Due Date: October 14

    • Semester: Spring

      ADC Census I Date: February 22

      ADC I Due Date: March 3

     

  • USG End-Of-Term

    USG End-Of-Term

    Semester ADC II Census Date ADC II Due Date
    Summer August 6 August 13
    Fall December 20 January 7
    Spring May 12 May 21
    • Semester: Summer

      ADC II Census Date: August 6

      ADC II Due Date: August 13

    • Semester: Fall

      ADC II Census Date: December 20

      ADC II Due Date: January 7

    • Semester: Spring

      ADC II Census Date: May 12

      ADC II Due Date: May 21

     
  • USG Academic Data Collection Standard Census Dates