Thomas University is a four-year, co-educational institution in Thomasville, Ga. that provides “quality education through a dynamic learning environment,” according to its website. The student faculty ratio is 8 to 1 with a total undergraduate enrollment of 863 and a class size of 14 students. There are 246 graduate students enrolled. Thomas University employs 50 full-time faculty, 30 of which hold a doctorate or the terminal degree in their field. Thomas University also employs 70 adjunct faculty.
Thomas University offers undergraduate programs in biology, business administration, medical laboratory science, criminal justice, education, humanities, law enforcement, liberal studies, natural cultural resources management, nursing, psychology, social sciences, and social work. Graduate degrees are available in business administration, public administration, education, nursing, community counseling and rehabilitation counseling. Thomas University also offers a master’s dual degree in nursing and business administration. Online baccalaureate programs are available in medical laboratory sciences, criminal justice, law enforcement, psychology, and religion studies. Online master’s programs are available in business administration, public administration, community counseling, and rehabilitation counseling.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools has accredited Thomas University since January 1984. National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission has accredited its nursing baccalaureate since September 1998, and its nursing master’s program since June 2010.
Undergraduate applicants to Thomas University must submit a complete application with an application fee, official high school transcripts and SAT or ACT scores. Students who submit SAT scores with a minimum score of 440 in critical reading and 410 in math, or ACT scores of 17 in Math and 18 in Reading are exempt from taking the placement test. Graduate admission applicants must submit a complete application, an application fee, a rÃ©sumÃ©, a statement of purpose, transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate schools attended, and three professional or academic references. Applications are accepted on a rolling deadline. The processing date for the spring semester is November 1, March 1 for the summer semester, and June 1 for the fall semester.
Office of Admissions
1501 Millpond Road
Thomasville, Georgia 31792