Lowcountry Graduate Center News

Charleston-area teacher survey shows nearly half plan to pursue graduate degrees

A Lowcountry Graduate Center survey of teachers in the Charleston area reveals that nearly half plan to pursue graduate education in the next five years.

Clemson expands business management program to Lowcountry

Beginning this month, leaders of small to mid-sized companies across the Lowcountry will have the opportunity to learn practices and contemporary business principles by enrolling in Clemson University’s Spiro Sessions, a non-degree professional development program.

USC brings Paralegal Studies Program to Charleston area

The University of South Carolina will soon expand the availability of its Paralegal Studies Certificate Program to the Charleston area with courses offered at the Lowcountry Graduate Center.

Business learning center opens in North Charleston

The South Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership has opened its third Business Learning Center in South Carolina at the Lowcountry Graduate Center in North Charleston.

SC State offers MBA in Healthcare Management

South Carolina State University’s School of Business, which is accredited by AACSB International, is offering health care professionals in the Lowcountry a master of business administration program.

SC State unveils Healthcare Management MBA program

South Carolina State's School of Business will offer its first Healthcare Management MBA program, beginning this year.

Manufacturing Week a celebration of booming S.C. sector

Gov. Nikki Haley designated this week as Manufacturing Week in South Carolina to celebrate one of the fastest-growing employment sectors in the Palmetto State. “Our state’s ability to provide affordable, accessible and quality education in support of careers in manufacturing is essential to the continued economic growth and vitality of South Carolina,” Nancy Muller, executive director of the Lowcountry Graduate Center, said.

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