Coastal Carolina University offers master's programs in the College of Business Administration, the College of Education, the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, and the College of Science. There are basically two types of graduate master's programs, research or professional oriented programs. The research programs require a thesis while the professional oriented programs include an internship, practicum, or advanced training.
Beginning in Fall, 2014 Coastal Carolina University will offer an Ed.S. Degree Program through the Spadoni College of Education.
(Also Beginning in Fall, 2014 Coastal Carolina University will offer a Ph.D. in Marine Science through the School of Coastal and Marine Systems Science.)
Graduate programs at Coastal Carolina University are enhanced by the quality of the faculty and small class sizes. The seven master's programs prepare students for important roles within a community as business leaders, teachers, public administrators, scholars, and professionals in the environmental field.
If you are looking for a graduate school and want accessible, encouraging faculty and programs that combine scholarship, research, creativity, innovation, and critical analysis, then Coastal Carolina University is the place for you.
Our administrative office is located in room 117 on the main floor of the Edward M. Singleton Building, 843-349-2394, FAX 843-349-6444.
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