The USC Aiken Extended Graduate Campus Office and What We Can Do For You !

This lesson contains information provided by USC Aiken's Graduate Studies Coordinator to help prospective graduate students find out more about USC's Extended Graduate Campus Program.

Wherever You Are, We Are Too !

The University of South Carolina's Extended Graduate Campus brings to reality the vision of locally accessible higher education.  Using interactive technologies, Web-based instruction, television, video tapes, and on-site courses, the Extended Graduate Campus overcomes barriers of time and place to help Aiken area students achieve their educational goals.

You no longer have to commit to full-time courses at a campus hours from your home.  The Extended Graduate Campus is wherever you are - including Aiken!  While some programs may require occasional travel to Columbia, others can be completed in their entirety from your local site.  What's more, flexible schedules allow you to further your education without interfering with work or family obligations. Most classes meet just one evening per week.

Choose From the Many Different Degree Programs Available on the Aiken Campus

Complete graduate programs are offered in the following areas: 
    Certificate of Graduate Studies Advanced Practice Nursing
    Interdisciplinary master of Arts, Natrual Sciences 
    Professional Master in Business Administration 
    Master of Communication Disorders 
    Master of Engineering 
    Master of Library and Information Science 
    Master of Public Health, General 
    Master of Public Health, Health Administration 
    Master of Educational Leadership and Policies 
You can also complete portions of the following programs: 
    Master of Nursing 
    Master of Social Work 
    Master of Mass Communications 
    Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communications

Teachers and other professionals may also take courses for professional development and certificate renewal.  For a complete course schedule of available distance education courses visit USC's DEIS web site.
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