The University of South Carolina has the nation’s only National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Fuel Cells
The University of South Carolina is a partner in the SmartState program which aims to develop patents and products, commercialize technology, and create new companies and jobs.
Columbia is home to the state capital and a diverse population of nearly 700,000 people. The city offers the perfect balance of a student-friendly, college-town with big city opportunities. The university connects students to the Columbia metropolitan area to obtain opportunities that gain hands-on professional experience and career preparation
with international corporations.
With more than 320 academic programs
, the University of South Carolina is sure to cater to your interests. Below are some of our most popular degree
The Darla Moore School of Business has spent more than 90 years making sure students are ready to succeed while setting the standard for business education throughout the world.
20 consecutive years as the #1 or #2 ranked Graduate program for International MBA Program(U.S. News & World Report)
17 consecutive years as the#1 ranked Undergraduate program for International Business(U.S. News & World Report).
“University of South Carolina graduates are building bridges, designing electrical circuits, and making machines that make life better. They’re exploring new energy sources for a cleaner and safer environment; coming up with clever ways to make robots work harder and computer games more fun; and testing materials that will change the look, shape, and feel of hundreds of everyday objects.” – Dean Tony Ambler
Earn an engineering or computing degree at the University of South Carolina, and be positioned to start earning one of the highest salaries of any profession and enjoy an array of career opportunities.
CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
The Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina creates a sophisticated academic environment in which environmental scientists, biostatisticians, epidemiologist health care administrators, health educators, and other public health professionals prepare students for careers in public health, update their knowledge, broaden their perspectives, and expand their capabilities in their chosen fields.
COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES
EPIDEMIOLOGY AND BIOSTATISTICS
HEALTH SERVICES AND POLICY MANAGEMENT
HEALTH PROMOTION, EDUCATION, AND BEHAVIOR
Internationally recognized research projects and first-class instruction are the hallmarks of the Department of Biological Sciences. Specialties include Integrative Biology; Plant Biology; Cancer Biology; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology; Biotechnology, and Bioinformatics.
Exciting student research opportunities abound on such cutting-edge research projects as cancer biology, global climate change, and environmental microbiology. Internationally recognized research projects include the Center for Colon Cancer Research and the Coastal Ecological Forecasting Project.