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The College of Charleston is where innovative thinking flourishes and new ideas come to life.

Choose from more than 150 majors and minors distributed throughout seven schools. Explore our Honors College and Graduate School with programs in over two dozen areas of specializations. Find your calling.


Find Your Program

The College of Charleston offers 67 majors, 81 minors, 4 undergraduate certificates, 22 master's degrees and 9 graduate certificates.
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Be intentional about building your academic journey while forming a community of peers with similar interests.
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First-Year Experience

Topics you’ll love. Skills you can use. Friends and mentors you won’t forget.
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Colleges & Schools

The College is comprised of seven separate undergraduate schools and an Honors College and Graduate School.
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Career Center

The Career Center helps you throughout your college career and beyond.
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Centers & Institutes

The College is known for innovation, economic development and cultural understanding thanks to our interdisciplinary institutes and research centers.
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Study Abroad & International Education

College of Charleston education often includes meaningful, firsthand experiences with another culture, language and people through study abroad.
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Research Opportunities

At the College of Charleston, you'll be empowered to collaborate with faculty on real-world research.
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Academic Resources

The College of Charleston provides substantial academic resources and support services to all students.
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The strength of a College of Charleston education is rooted in its liberal arts and sciences tradition. We'll prepare you to be an ethical, open-minded leader. Here, you'll become a multidisciplinary problem solver. Because you'll study a range of academic disciplines, you'll develop the must-have skills the world is looking for. No matter which academic path you choose, you'll learn from exceptional professors whose top priority is your success.

“Ultimately I am both an artist and an academic, which is why I love dramaturgy so much. It melds those two worlds in a very beautiful way. At the core, though, I really just want to fully support myself with my art and help make art that is socially conscious, lifts up the voices of underrepresented groups and makes a difference in the world.” —Noah Ezell '20, a two-time Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Award winner