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College Of Charleston - Graduate School





College Of Charleston - Graduate School
Environmental Studies
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC 29424 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: mcconnelm@cofc.edu

Phone: 1-843-953-2000
Fax: 1-843-953-2001

Description:
As the field of environmental studies has expanded, so has our understanding of the complexity of environmental issues. Many different concerns, including those of the public, private industry, and the scientific community must be balanced to approach the environmental concerns facing our society today. In training students to handle the challenges posed by a career in the environmental field, experts have found that an interdisciplinary course of study offers the most comprehensive preparation.An interdisciplinary program provides students with a basic understanding of all the factors affecting their work by giving them a scholastic background in the primary disciplines involved in the environmental field. This understanding compliments students' areas of specialty, supporting their focus in one discipline with knowledge about other aspects of the field. Our Master of Environmental Studies (MES) program prepares students to deal with the complex nature of environmental issues through an interdisciplinary approach that capitalizes on the unique faculty and research strengths of the College of Charleston, SC. The faculty at the College of Charleston contributes through the policy sciences and the natural science areas of biology, geology, mathematics, and physics.

Degree(s):
Master of Science in Environmental Studies-(MES)

 


College Of Charleston - Graduate School
School of Business and Economics
Accountancy
Graduate School Office, Randolph Hall Suite 310
Charleston, SC 29424 USA

Click to send E-mail to: gradsch@cofc.edu

Phone: 1-843-953-5614
Fax: 1-843-953-1434

Description:
The Master of Science degree in Accountancy at the Graduate School of the College of Charleston is designed to accommodate both the working professional as well as those recently completing an undergraduate degree. Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the program offers a broad base of courses, allowing students to elect courses in their particular area of interest. Students who have graduated from the program have led careers in a variety of areas including: financial reporting and theory, information systems, tax research, auditing, organizational behavior, managerial accounting, and policy.

Degree(s):
M.S. - Accountancy

 


College Of Charleston - Graduate School
School of Education
Early Childhood Education
Graduate School Office, Randolph Hall Suite 310,66 George St.
Charleston, SC 29424 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: gradsch@cofc.edu

Phone: 1-843-953-5614
Fax: 1-843-953-1434

Description:
The primary goal is the preparation of competent teachers to meet the educational needs of children and youth. The M.A.T. in early childhood education leads to a recommendation for certification to teach in pre-kindergarten through grade three in South Carolina. Programs of study focus on the academic, social, and emotional development of young children. Students come to the program interested in beginning professional careers in preschools, Montessori environments, day care centers, public schools, and children's hospitals. The Master of Arts degree is available for students who do not have a background or major in educational programs and are seeking to gain the skills and knowledge to become effective teachers.

 

Accreditation Description:
Nationally recognized and NCATE accredited program
Degree(s):
M.A.T.-Early Childhood Education

 


College Of Charleston - Graduate School
School of Education
Elementary Education
Graduate School Office
Randolph Hall Suite 310,66 George St.
Charleston, SC 29424 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: gradsch@cofc.edu

Phone: 1-843-953-5614
Fax: 1-843-953-1434

Description:
The primary goal is the preparation of competent teachers to meet the educational needs of children and youth. The M.A.T. in elementary education leads to a recommendation for certification to teach in grades one through eight in South Carolina. Programs of study focus combine content area knowledge with best practices in pedagogy and curriculum design. Graduate students learn a variety of approaches to address the social, cultural, cognitive, and physical elements of a child's development.

Degree(s):
M.A.T.-Elementary Education

 


College Of Charleston - Graduate School
School of Education
English to Speakers of Other Languages
Randolph hall, Suite 310, 66 George Street
Charleston, SC 29424 USA

Click to send E-mail to: gradsch@cofc.edu

Phone: 1-843-953-5614
Fax: 1-843-953-1434

Description:
The goal of the ESOL program is to train individuals to teach English to non-native English speakers. Individuals who take both programs will meet South Carolina requirements for endorsement to teach in public schools. This program will attract both practicing teachers as well as individuals who want to work in other arenas, such as non-profit organizations, businesses, or those who expect to work/teach abroad; for such individuals, this certificate will constitute evidence of a body of knowledge in the field of ESOL. The program is divided into two certificates. Completion of Certificate I will form a solid foundation for beginning ESOL teachers, whether they will be teaching in public or private schools, as volunteers working with children and/or adults, or within the business sector. For teachers who have already taken ESOL courses provided by the state, or who have taken the four courses outlined in Certificate I, the courses included in Certificate II will help them complete the hours they need for endorsement. Courses offered in both certificate programs are designed to give students a strong underpinning in the theories and methodologies necessary for teaching ESOL.

Degree(s):
TESOL



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