“Some of these have been consolidated and streamlined into a smaller number of programs, and some of them are just at the point of retirement,” Rayfield said. “But in all cases, the enrollment in these programs necessitated the deactivation, and without some sort of significant reboot in the program, there was not a … significant interest in rebounding these programs.”
The list of terminated programs includes 43 at the University of Georgia, 32 at Georgia Southern University, 28 at Georgia State University and 26 at Augusta University.
The discontinued programs include a mix of associate, bachelor, master, specialist and doctorate degrees.
Editor’s note: A list of terminated programs created by the University System of Georgia incorrectly identified one Georgia College & State University program. The college said the terminated program is the bachelor of science in community health, not the bachelor of science in public health.