College of Health, Education and Human Development
The College of Health, Education and Human Development's teaching, research and service efforts focus on public health sciences, nursing, and parks, recreation and tourism management. Inspired by the motto "The Engaged College with a Personal Touch," the college's vision and mission are to create collaborative models that enhance community well-being and to prepare skilled professionals and creative leaders who build healthy, well-educated communities.
Eugene T. Moore School of Education
Clemson’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education trains teachers, counselors and leaders for preschool through grade 12 schools, prepares counselors for community practice and higher education and prepares training and development specialists for business and industry through its undergraduate and graduate programs.
The Graduate School offers more than 100 graduate degree programs in 85 disciplines on the college’s main campus and at sites such as Clemson at the Falls, the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research and the Clemson Architecture Center as well as some online/distance-learning programs. Many of our graduate programs are highly ranked nationally, and we offer several unique interdisciplinary programs.
Calhoun Honors College
Established in 1962, Calhoun Honors College strives to enrich the educational experience of highly motivated, academically talented students by providing opportunities for study and research that are usually unavailable to undergraduates.
The goal of the Emeritus College is to provide a means for emeritus faculty to stay connected to the University and support Clemson’s teaching, research and outreach missions. There are more than 600 emeriti affiliated with the college.