Summer Student Series – Michael Cranford, Concurrent M.S. Environmental & Sustainability Studies/Master of Public Administration

Ever wonder what the summer looks like for graduate students? For each program, the summer semester looks a little different, with students taking summer courses, participating in internships, conducting research, among other activities. This summer, we will be inviting current graduate students to share their experiences in their own words. Our next guest blogger is…

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Summer Student Series – Maddy Rodeffer, M.S. in Child Life

Ever wonder what the summer looks like for graduate students? For each program, the summer semester looks a little different, with students taking summer courses, participating in internships, conducting research, among other activities. This summer, we will be inviting current graduate students to share their experiences in their own words. Our first guest blogger is…

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Graduate Campus Tours Go Virtual

  The Graduate School at the University of Charleston, S.C. is excited to announce that our graduate campus tours have gone virtual! As with our in-person campus tours, the new virtual campus tours will showcase all of the graduate student-specific features of our beautiful, historic campus. Each tour will be hosted by a current graduate…

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Master of Public Administration Named Among Top 100 in the Nation

In the most recent rankings from U.S. News & World Report, the Master of Public Administration program has been ranked in the top 100 schools in the nation! U.S. News & World Report is a media company dedicated to helping citizens, consumers, business leaders and policy officials make important decisions. The U.S. News rankings of…

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Top Master’s Programs on the Rise

Hanover Research recently published a very interesting infographic that detailed the top master’s and bachelor’s degrees on the rise. The findings are based on the programs with the highest annualized growth rate in degree completions in the United States from 2013 and 2017, and you will likely not be surprised to discover that STEM programs…

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