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Undergraduate Programs

Prospective Clemson Undergraduate Students

Welcome to the College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences! We are excited that you are interested in joining with us for your undergraduate career. We offer undergraduate degrees in communication; nursing; parks, recreation and tourism management; political science; psychology; public health sciences; sociology, anthropology and criminal justice; and youth, family and community studies. We are committed to helping you develop the skills and knowledge to further your career, your life, and your mission in the world.

We offer the following undergraduate programs:

  • Communication (B.A.)
    • Communication
    • Sports Communication 
  • Nursing (B.S.)
    • Traditional
    • RN to BS
    • Accelerated Second Degree
  • Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (B.S.)
    • Community Recreation, Sport and Camp Management 
    • Park and Conservation Area Management
    • PGA Golf Management 
    • Recreational Therapy 
    • Travel and Tourism
    • Youth Development Studies (online degree completion program)
  • Political Science (B.A./B.S.)
    • American Politics
    • Global Politics
    • Political Economy
    • Public Policy
    • Public Administration
  • Psychology (B.A./B.S.)
  • Public Health Sciences (B.S.)
    • Cardiovascular Imaging Leadership
    • Heath Promotion and Behavior
    • Health Services Administration
    • Language and International Health (jointly administered with the College of Art, Architecture and Humanities)
    • Pre-professional Health Studies
  • Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice (B.A./B.S.)
    • Anthropology
    • Sociology
      • General Sociology
      • Community Studies
      • Criminal Justice
      • Social Services
    • Criminal Justice

We are committed to your success, which is why you will learn from and research alongside world-class faculty and receive guidance from experienced academic advisors. You will also enjoy opportunities to study abroad, engage in internships, and study with fellow students who become lifelong friends and colleagues. We are a community of learners who are striving to make the world better — and we are ready to prepare you for that mission.

Degree-Granting Units

Quick Stats

  • 2,807 Undergraduates
  • 443 Graduate Students
  • 183 Faculty Members