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Abraham Baldwin Agricultural School

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural School (ABAC) was founded in 1908 in Tifton, GA. Throughout the years it has expanded and included a diverse educational program.

This institution has over 3,400 students from 15 states, 17 countries and 147 Georgia counties. Students have many career options; they can select from 16 two-year career technological degrees, a certificate program with 19 options that can be completed in one year.  

ABAC has a commitment of excellence, which provides a learning environment in and outside the classroom. It has a high quality general education program to support programs and prepare students for baccalaureate programs.

It also has a commitment to public service, continuing education, technical assistance and economic development activities to improve the quality life.

This College offers programs in natural and physical sciences, liberal arts, social sciences, business, physical education and recreation, nursing and also agriculture and other related disciplines.

Science Academic has Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine, Engineering and Medical Technology careers. To obtain a bachelor?s degree in any of these areas, two years of study at ABAC and two additional years at a senior college or university are required.

One of the most popular majors in ABAC is the nursing career. After two years of study and supervised practice in hospitals and health agencies, you can get a nursing degree and then take the examination to obtain a license as a Registered Nurse.

Students have the opportunity to participate in intercollegiate athletics in men?s basketball, men?s baseball, men?s tennis, women?s fast pitch softball, women?s basketball and women?s tennis.


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