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Graduate Degree Programs in Charleston

Clemson University now offers graduate programs in the Charleston area for full-time students as well as working engineers and scientists. Classes are held at the Zucker Family Graduate Education Center  in North Charleston.

  • MS Computer Engineering
    Computer Engineering,
    Master of Science

    The master’s degree builds on a strong undergraduate background in electrical or computer engineering. Subject areas covered include communication systems and networks, digital signal processing, computer systems architecture, and intelligent systems.

  • Computer Engineering, MS Cybersecurity
    Computer Engineering
    MS, Cybersecurity Emphasis

    Prerequisites for this degree are a BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering and some coursework or professional experience with networking and operating systems. Foundational classes cover Security and Distributed Denial of Service.

  • Computer Science, MS
    Computer Science
    MS

    Prerequisites for this degree are a BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering and some coursework or professional experience with networking and operating systems. .

  • Computer Science, MS
    Computer Science
    MS, Cybersecurity Emphasis

    Prerequisites for this degree are a BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering and some coursework or professional experience with networking and operating systems. Foundational classes cover Security and Distributed Denial of Service.

  • DPA, MS
    Digital Production Arts,
    Master of Science

    The Master of Science (MS) in Digital Production Arts (DPA) Program is a technical professional degree aimed at producing graduates who seek employment in the software development of the electronic arts industry.

  • EE, ME
    Electrical Engineering,
    Master of Engineering

    The Master of Engineering degree is designed to provide an advanced electrical engineering education to working engineering professionals. Subject areas include power systems engineering, power electronics, and communications and networking.

  • EE, ME, Cybersecurity
    Electrical Engineering
    MEng. - Cybersecurity Emphasis

    Prerequisites for this degree are a BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering and some coursework or professional experience with networking and operating systems. Foundational classes cover Security and Distributed Denial of Service.

  • EE, MS
    Electrical Engineering,
    Master of Science

    The master’s degree builds on a strong undergraduate background in electrical or computer engineering. Subject areas covered include power systems engineering, power electronics, and communications and networking.

  • EE, MS Cybersecurity
    Electrical Engineering
    MS, Cybersecurity Emphasis

    Prerequisites for this degree are a BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering and some coursework or professional experience with networking and operating systems. Foundational classes cover Security and Distributed Denial of Service.

  • ME, MS
    Mechanical Engineering,
    Master of Science

    The graduate degree in mechanical engineering builds on a strong undergraduate background in mechanical engineering. Subject areas range from manufacturing systems to material processing; mechanics of materials to thermodynamics; dynamic systems and controls to engineering design practice and methods.

  • MS Computer Engineering
    Computer Engineering, PhD

    This doctoral degree builds on a strong background in electrical or computer engineering. Subject areas include circuits, controls, computer hardware and architecture, computer system structures, probability and random variables, programming systems and software engineering, signals, and systems.

  • Computer Engineering, MS Cybersecurity
    Computer Science, PhD

    The Ph.D. in computer science prepares individuals for research careers in industry or academia. Students will graduate with a strong foundation in computer science, practical experience in implementing software systems and the ability to perform original research.

  • Computer Science, MS
    Electrical Engineering, PhD

    This doctoral degree builds on a strong background in electrical or computer engineering. Subject areas covered will initially include circuits, controls, electronics, electromagnetics, power & energy systems, probability and random variables, signals, and systems.

  • DPA, MA
    Mechanical Engineering, PhD

    Ph.D. students enrolled in this program will have the opportunity to undertake research projects at Clemson University's SCE&G Energy Innovation Center in Charleston, which is among the world's most advanced energy testing and research facilities.

  • MS Computer Engineering
    Advanced Power Systems

    This certificate program is intended for students who already possess a working knowledge of modern power systems. A prerequisite for entering this program is a BS degree in Electrical Engineering. Classes cover power systems protection, dynamics/stability, transients, and distribution.