College of Charleston is truly one of the nation’s great public universities. In-State Rate for ALL Students
#1 for Job Placement
Duration: 1 year
Avg. GMAT score: 530
Avg. GRE score: 303
Avg. Undergrad GPA: 3.2
22 master’s degree programs
9 graduate-level certificate programs
14.5:1 student-faculty ratio
Female students: 66.5%
Male students: 33.5%
Because the program attracts a wide array of students with diverse backgrounds, academic degrees, work experience, and talent, it is important to establish a common thread of knowledge and vocabulary in fundamental areas before students start classes.
Students accepted into One-Year MBA take three online Harvard Business School courses in accounting, finance, and quantitative methods to establish a baseline understanding of these business principles before classes begin. This enables instructors to start classes at a higher level of appropriate for a graduate program.
The Harvard courses are self-paced and students with backgrounds or degrees in the subjects can take the proficiency test(s) in each tutorial prior to entering the program.
The Pre-Term Orientation then centers on helping students understand their professional and personal interests. It also provides additional skill building in critical areas, such as communication and negotiation.
The Pre-Term is designed to ensure that students are able to realize the full value from their academic work and the School of Business’s resources.
36 credit hours
3 non-credit online proficiency courses
Foreign study travel experience
Engagement with non-credit organized events
Hospitality Revenue Management
US News Report and Ranking
#11 in Best Online Bachelor’s Programs
#8 in Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans
#106 in Best Online Master’s in Business Programs (Excluding MBA)
#156 in Best Online MBA Programs
#77 in Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans
The College of Charleston recognizes that a college education is a major expense in most family budgets.
It is important to know there are federal, state, local and institutional sources available to assist students and parents in meeting those expenses.
The Office of Financial Assistance and Veterans Affairs administers scholarships, grants, loans, work study, and Veterans benefits.
During my last years at College of Charleston, I had to move away from campus into a different town. The college offered online classes which allowed me to have a flexible work schedule.
The curriculum was organized and there were many resources available to help you succeed in an online course.