The University of Georgia Integrated Life Sciences (ILS) Program provides:
- Training in emerging disciplines
- Interdisciplinary education
- Competitive financial support
- Customized research specializations
At UGA, you choose. The Integrated Life Sciences (ILS) Program allows first-year graduate students to explore the research areas of more than 150 faculty and 11 participating units, then choose a major professor and a departmental home at the end of the first year. A hallmark of this competitive graduate program is its emphasis on existing and emerging interdisciplinary research areas.