From analyzing Broadway musicals to understanding the physics of computer games, First Year Experience courses at CofC help freshmen get oriented to the rigors of college life and academics.
The Bachelor of Professional Studies in project management in the School of Business gives adult learners skills and knowledge they can immediately put to use in their careers.
The Theodore S. and Alva D. Stern Endowed Scholarship honors the legacy of late CofC President Theodore “Ted" Stern, whose leadership and vision were instrumental in molding the College into what it is today.
Music professor Yiorgos Vassilandonakis scored the music – and recorded it with CofC students, alumni and colleagues – for a film that has taken off in international film festivals.
With a curriculum focused on electrical autonomous vehicle design, CofC's new electrical engineering major is built to encourage creativity in its students, who will be ready to develop the next generation of cars.
Meet Alex Katsikaris, a junior in the Honors College, majoring in psychology, who is interested in studying disorders and conditions related to the brain.
With one volcano erupting in the Atlantic and another in the Pacific, Associate Professor of Geology Cassandra Runyon clears the smoke about all this volcanic activity and shares insight into the fiery spectacle.
Bloomberg Businessweek has recognized the MBA program for its success in enrolling female students at a time when MBA programs nationally are struggling to recruit women.
The Center for Excellence in Peer Education will hold an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 8, in celebration of its tenth anniversary.
Through a nearly $400,000 NASA-funded grant, geology professor John Chadwick, along with researchers from other institutions, will study volcanoes on Mars to determine their history and the impact they had on the environment.