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Off-Campus Programs

The Office of Off-Campus, Distance and Continuing Education sponsors off-campus programs designed to serve the needs of students outside the Clemson University main campus area. These programs are delivered online, via videoconference broadcasts, and in traditional face-to-face off-campus classrooms in statewide locations: Greenville, Anderson, Charleston. Clemson University faculty members teach these high-quality courses to a student audience that includes working professionals with other job-related, family and community responsibilities.

Off-campus students have the same rights and privileges as on-campus students. Off-campus degree courses are easily identified by the 4000–4990 section numbers. Courses using electronic delivery methods also have a "T" in the course number and are coordinated through the Telecampus area. The location and delivery method is noted in the course message section. For more information, call 1-888-CLEMSON or visit the Clemson ONLINE website.

Greenville locations

University Center of Greenville (UCG) at McAlister Square

The University Center of Greenville is a consortium of seven South Carolina universities offering degree programs in Greenville, SC.

Graduate Programs offered:

Greenville Health System

The Greenville Health System is the only academic health center of its kind in the nation. GHS and its primary academic partners, which include Clemson University, are collaborating to pave the way for breakthroughs in healthcare delivery, access, and affordability through a unique concept known as GHS Clinical University.

Graduate Programs offered:

Greenville One

Clemson’s facility at Greenville ONE houses all of the College of Business and Behavioral Science’s graduate-level business programs and centers.

Graduate Programs offered:

CU-ICAR 

CU-ICAR (Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research), located in Greenville, SC, is home to the nation’s only graduate Department of Automotive Engineering. Here, over 200 Clemson University students are pursuing Master of Science and/or Ph.D. degrees in Automotive Engineering.

Graduate Programs offered:

CUBEInC — Clemson University Biomedical Engineering Innovation Campus

At CUBEInC on the Greenville Health System’s Patewood campus, Clemson researchers work in close proximity with researchers from Greenville Hospital System and the highly acclaimed Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas to advance knowledge in this complex field of medical research.

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Charleston locations

Clemson Design Center

The Clemson Design Center in Charleston hosts programs in the fields of architecture, design and preservation. The Graduate Program in Historic Preservation is a collaborative effort between Clemson University and the College of Charleston.

Graduate Programs offered:

CU-MUSC

In 2003, a formal agreement between Clemson University and the Medical University of South Carolina led to the establishment of the CU-MUSC Bioengineering Program on the MUSC campus in Charleston, SC, where Clemson University faculty and their research personnel maintain full-time laboratories and office space. This joint program provides a clinical setting that offers tremendous opportunities for both faculty and students.

Graduate Programs offered:

Zucker Family Graduate Education Center

Clemson University is offering graduate programs developed for working engineers and scientists in the Charleston, SC area. Classes are held at the Zucker Family Graduate Education Center in North Charleston during late afternoons and evenings. A variety of courses are offered each semester by Clemson faculty in a traditional face-to-face classroom format and via “real time” streaming to and from Clemson’s main campus. For more information on all graduate degrees offered by Clemson University in Charleston, please visit the Charleston Area Graduate Programs homepage.

Graduate Programs offered:

Anderson

CUICAT (The Innovation Campus and Technology Park)

The Innovation Campus and Technology Park in Anderson, SC is home to facilities such as Clemson's Advanced Materials Research Laboratory (AMRL), a state-of-the-art facility that houses internationally recognized research programs research programs in optoelectronics, chemistry, and materials science. It also houses one of the nation's premier electron microscopy facilities and a professional staff that provides services to private industry and academic clients. 

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Distance Education — Online

Clemson Online provides strategic leadership for online education, emphasizing innovative teaching and superior learning outcomes to maximize student success in 21st-century academic and professional contexts.

Graduate Programs offered:

Courses offered through distance education have a "T" in the catalog course number and are coordinated through the Telecampus area. For more information, call 1-888-CLEMSON or visit the Clemson ONLINE website.