The list of courses offered under each program includes for each course the catalog number, title of course, credit in semester hours, class and laboratory hours per week and the description of the course. It is the responsibility of the student to check with his or her department for verification of the scheduled offerings.
Graduate credit can be earned only for courses numbered 6000 or above. Each 6000-level course carries a 4000-series undergraduate level course. The 4000/6000-series courses are taught concurrently in the same classroom setting.
Courses numbered in the 3000 and 4000 sequence are primarily for advanced undergraduates but are offered also for graduate credit when they carry the corresponding 6000-level number. Students who receive graduate credit in such courses must do extra work of an appropriate nature as determined by the department and are graded according to graduate standards. Courses numbered 7000 or above are restricted to graduate students and certain qualified Clemson University seniors.
The 7000-level courses are designed primarily for the degrees that emphasize professional practice rather than research. A secondary listing of a course in parentheses implies that this course is cross-listed with another program.
These courses serve special needs for graduate students. They do not count toward a graduate degree, and no letter grades are given.
GS 7990: Comprehensive Studies, 1-15 cr. (1-15 and 0)
Independent studies in preparation for comprehensive examinations; credit hours to be determined by the department head or program chair. A letter grade is not given, but satisfactory completion is indicated by a grade of "Credit."
GS 8000: Research Proposal Development Seminar, 1 cr. (1 and 0)
Principles and techniques for the preparation of research proposals. Graded on a credit/no credit basis. Will not count toward a graduate degree. Prerequisite: Second year or graduate standing in current major.
This list of course offerings is arranged alphabetically and includes the course prefix used in the Clemson University Graduate School Announcements.
|Agricultural Education||AGED||Graphic Communications||GC|
|Agricultural Mechanization and Business||AGM||Health Care Genetics||HCG|
|Animal & Veterinary Sciences||AVS||Health||HLTH|
|Anthropology||ANTH||Health, Education & Human Development||HEHD|
|Applied Economics||APEC||Historic Preservation||HP|
|Architecture||ARCH||Historic Preservation (College of Charleston)||HSPV|
|Art & Architectural History||AAH||Horticulture||HORT|
|Astronomy||ASTR||Human Centered Computing||HCC|
|Athletic Leadership||AL||Human Resource Development||HRD|
|Automotive Engineering||AUE||Industrial Engineering||IE|
|Biochemistry||BCHM||Integrated Pest Management||IPM|
|City & Regional Planning||CRP||Masters Of Business Administration||MBA|
|Civil Engineering||CE||Masters Of Health Administration||M H A|
|College Of Architecture, Arts & Humanities||CAAH||Materials Science & Engineering||MSE|
|College Of Engineering & Science||CES||Mathematical Sciences||MTHS|
|Communication Studies||COMM||Mechanical Engineering||ME|
|Construction Science & Management||CSM||Middle Level Education||EDML|
|Crop & Soil Environmental Science||CSEN||Music||MUSC|
|Digital Production Arts||DPA||Nursing||NURS|
|Early Childhood Education||EDEC||Nutrition||NUTR|
|Education||ED||Pan African Studies||P A S|
|Educational Counseling||EDC||Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management||PRTM|
|Electrical & Computer Engineering||ECE||Planning, Design & The Built Environment||PDBE|
|Elementary Education||EDEL||Plant & Environmental Sciences||PES|
|Engineering & Science Education||ESED||Plant Pathology||PLPA|
|Environmental & Natural Resources||ENR||Political Science (usc)||POLI|
|Environmental Engineering & Science||EES||Psychology||PSYCH|
|Environmental Science & Policy||ENSP||Public Administration||PADM|
|Environmental Toxicology||ETOX||Real Estate Development||RED|
|Executive Leadership & Entrepreneurship||ELE||Religion||REL|
|Experimental Statistics||EXST||Rhetorics, Communication & Information Design||RCID|
|Family & Community Studies||FCS||Rural Sociology||RS|
|Forestry & Natural Resources||FNR||Systems Engineering||SYSE|
|Geography||GEOG||Wildlife & Fisheries Biology||WFB|