Note: Certain online courses may require the completion of an examination in a proctored environment to confirm the identity of the students. Currently, students are not charged a fee for a proctored exam. The tuition listed are in effect at the present time. They are subject to change at any time, by the action of the South Carolina State University Board of Trustees or the South Carolina Legislature. Courses listed on this page are offered either totally online with no on-campus class meetings or delivered in a hybrid format. Students must be admitted to the University in order to register for online or hybrid classes.

Course Number: BA 563 | Course Section: 01
This course covers the essential concepts and tools of international business. Areas to be covered include environments of international business, theories of international business, international financial institutions multinational corporations, country evaluations and selection, international strategy and management.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: BA 450 | Course Section: 01
Supervised laboratory hours in actual office experience in various aspects of business administration, including accounting, insurance, retailing, and management. Plans may be arranged for off-campus internship during the school year and during the summer, Prerequistie: Approval by the Department and by the Office of Student Services.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: ECE 513 | Course Section: 01
The purpose of this course is to familiarize prospective kindergarten teachers with basic principles underlying curriculum planning for children at this level. An attempt is made to synthesize the implications of current investigations and to indicate those principles that must be considered in developing a comprehensive program.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: HC 521 | Course Section: 01
Healthcare Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. Organizational Behavior is the application of the behavioral sciences to the understanding of interpersonal relationships in business and how these factors influence efficiency, morale and business practices. OB in healthcare adminstration examines organizational theory, behavior and development in the unique context of the healthcare setting. The course also examines the human resource management function, processes and systmes within healthcare organizatiions including recuitment, selection, training of personnel and the legal regulatory environment.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 160 | Course Section: 01
This course aims to provide the student with a framework of knowledge of the concepts in health education and community health education. This course also provides an overview ofthe organization, role and structure of community health agencies with specificemphasis in health education services, in addition to focusing on the roles and responsibilities of health education professionals.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 250 | Course Section: 01
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding and appreciation of the contributions to health and medicine by African American pioneers and to address major health issues and concerns. It will also generate an awareness of contributions by minority health professionals to the nation's health care.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: PE 400 | Course Section: 01
This course is designed to examine professional and recreational sport utilizing the basic concepts of marketing. Students not only explore marketing strategies, research and planning, but also study advertising, publicity, and promotions as they relate specifically to sport organizations.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: SB 400 | Course Section: 01
This one-credit course offers practical experience in a business laboratory environment. The structured internshp/experiential learning component of the course augments the concepts, theories, and skills learned in previous business and related classes. By promoting professionalsm and actual involvement with businesses, this course is ideally suited to allow for school-to-work transition. Prerequisite: Approval by the Office of Student Services and the Department.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 151 | Course Section: 02
This course aims to acquaint the student with the essentials of effective living. It deals with personal health problems and corrective and protective services in the community. Surveys of community problems are made in order to integrate individual health problems with community services.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 151 | Course Section: 06
Personal and Community Health. 2(2,0). This course aims to acquaint the student with the essentials of effective living. It deals with personal health problems and corrective and protective services in the community. Surveys of community problems are made in order to integrate individual health problems with community services.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: BC 301 | Course Section: 45
This course examines the history of African-Americans in the broadcasting and Social Media industry. Attention is given to African-Americans from past to present. (S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 150 | Course Section: 45
This course deals with the English language as a means of expression. Emphasis is placed on the main types of writing: exposition, argumentation, description, and narration. Attention is also given to grammer, usage, and mechanics. (F,S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 152 | Course Section: 45
This course gives the student regardless of area of specialization, the opportunity to improve themselves in written and oral areas of communication so that they will be able to function adequately after graduation. Attention is also given to the development of such reading skills as comprehension, vocabulary and speeh. Prerequisite: Failure of the English Proficiency Examination. (F,S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 250 | Course Section: 45
Selected world masterpieces, with emphasis on Western civilization and historical, literary and philosophical antecdents of twenteth-century United States culture. The course introduces students to the concepts and vocabulary required for reading, analyzing, and interpreting literature. Prerequisites: English 101 and 102. (F,S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 302 | Course Section: 45
A detailed study of classical and modern rhetorical methods to be used in the various forms and lvls of discourse; also, some consideration of traditional, structural, and transformational grammars as a means of achieving greater skills in composition. Prerequisites: English 101-102, English 201-202, passing score on the English Proficiency Examination. (F,S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 315 | Course Section: 45
A survey course in American Negro literature from 1746 to the present. (S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: EAM 750 | Course Section: 45
This course is an introduction to the function of an eductional supervisor. Emphasisi is on th improvement of instruction and instructional programs.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: EAM 799 | Course Section: 45
Topics in this course are selected from various areas in Educational Aministration Programs including trends, methods, and other applicable approaches. Special topics may be repeated to a maxium of six credits provided the content is different. Prerequisite: Approval of staff.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: EAM 834 | Course Section: 45
This course is a study of the factual normative basis of development of educational policies, and the methods of arriving at policy choices.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: EAM 849 | Course Section: 45
This course considers comprehensive planning systems and model development together with their application and criteria for evaluation as they relate to educational administration. Prior academic experience is recommended, but it is not required. Prerequisite: EAM 732.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: ED 350 | Course Section: 45
This seminar is designed to assess the Elementary Education major's comprehension and mastery of the subject content area. A series of tests, based on the SOCKET Model will be designed to assess content specific pedagogy, understanding how to teach certain fundamental concepts in the subject area.

Credit Hours: 1 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: ED 545 | Course Section: 45
This course will enable a student to study contemporary and historically important learning theories ans discusses attempts t relate the continually growing fund of scientific information to practical education situations. Sufficient historical and contemporary perspectives are included to enable the student to make informed decisions in choosing a theory or in selecting particular principles from available theories.(F,S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: EDRC 534 | Course Section: 45
This course is a survey of methods and techniques utilized in determining vocational potential and the roles of the vocation evaluator and adjustment specialist in the rehabilitation process. Specific procedures and approaches are analyzed including the commercial evaluation systems and such work adjustment techniques as adjustment group counseling, writing adjustment plans, and writing performance objective for facility clients.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: EPSY 260 | Course Section: 45
This course is an examination of fundamental principles of human Warning and cognition and their practical implications in education. The course provides an introduction to major approaches, issues, and trends in the study of learning and human development. Presentations of theories arid principles of human situations suitable to various age and grade levels are made. Field study is required. Twenty of pre-clinical experiences are required in an appropriate school and/or agent setting. (F, S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: FCS 101 | Course Section: 45
Study for the historical development and philosophy of the Family and Consumer Science profession. Special focus on areas of specialization and required competencies; interrelatedness of the profession and other disciplines; legislative mandates and issues; career opportunties; and professional roles and responsibilities.(F,S)

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: FCS 203 | Course Section: 45
Utilization of experiential learning approaches to home enviroment technology and related systems found in the home and work enviroment; acquistion of competencies related to the selection, operation, care and maintenance of equipment in the near enviroment.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: FCS 250 | Course Section: 45
The course is designed to provide an ecological approach to understanding African American families past to present. Concepts include major social transitions, family systems, sterotypes, family organization/structures, patterns of family life, socio-cultural context, strengths and challenges. Acquisition of these concepts will enhance the cultural competencies of students.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: FCS 251 | Course Section: 45
A study of consumer credit and financing; federal, state and local laws for consumer protection; factors involved in purchasing consumer goods and services; management theory and application; and evironmental concerns for the consumer.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: FCS 412 | Course Section: 45
This course is designed to expose students to entrepreneurial concepts in restaurants and appeal retail. Students will explore similarities if management concepts in restaurants and apparel stores as well as the difference in such as merchandise assortment, menu offerings and other operational details specifics to each industry. Prerequisite: Junior and senior standing.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: FCS 426 | Course Section: 45
This course provides supervised experiential learning opportunities in Family and Consumer Science and related fields. It is an extension of professional understanding and development through observation, practice and problem solving in actual work situations. Experience are designed to meet individual needs interest and enhance students' competencies in the specialty area. Qualities and techniques essential for successful exployment are emphasized. Prerequisite: Junior and senior standing and consent of instructor Majors only."

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 151 | Course Section: 45
This course aims to acquaint the student with the essentials of effective living. It deals with personal health problems and corrective and protective services in the community. Surveys of community problems are made in order to integrate individual health problems with community services. (F,S)

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: IFD 525 | Course Section: 45
Preparation of Family Sciences professionals to optimize development of children through a parenting process workshop is the central focus. Addressed are decisioning, parental roles and responsibilities, cultural diversities, professional and parental ethics, societal influences, and policy awareness.(S).

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: IFD 532 | Course Section: 45
This course will provide knowledge of human growth and development across the lifespan from different theoretical perspectives. Physical, cognitive, language, personality and socio-cultural development among children in infancy, toddlerhood, and early childhood will be assessed. Physical, cognitive, personality, and socio-cultural development during middle childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood, and older adulthood will be examined.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: IFD 602 | Course Section: 45
This option to a thesis enables students to demonstrate professional and scholarly competencies. Activities include, but are not limited to: indepth research paper; development and implementation of creative project; summarization of data for a designated problem; or a supervised practicum. A grade of SP/NP will be assigned until all requirements are met. (six credits). (S,F)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: JOUR 340 | Course Section: 45
A computer skill based course designed to teach database research and reporting and editing for the Internet. Students will create their own websites to work on publishable news stories from secondary data bases and reports from correspondents, staff writers, syndicated columnists, press releases, letters, newspaper websites, blogs and other text messages. (S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: MU 250 | Course Section: 45
A survey of music through the ages with emphasis on the development of traditional and contemporary music and its relationship to the other arts from a variety of world cultures. (F,S)"

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: MU 370 | Course Section: 45
This course is designed to trace the rise and fall of the recording industry from the early 1900s to the present-day Internet-based releasing and promotion. Important record labels, recording artists and business successes and failures are studies as they impact the recording industry and Western culture at large. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: MU 470 | Course Section: 45
This course provides students with a comprehensive overview of one-to-one management techniques as a manager of an artist. The course covers significant management and human resource practices in the music business while capitalizing upon previous coursework in marketing, press and distribution. Student learn about recording contracts, management contracts and financial flow throgh the perspective of the manager and A&R personnel. Prerequite: MU 311.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: NFM 102 | Course Section: 45
A study of the significance and nature foods as related to technological, psychological and socioeconomic influence; values, standards, goals, and provisions for nutrition and food decision and their relationships to health; and the impact of public policy on food and nutrition. Cross cultural/global concerns and career in nutrition management will also be emphasized.(F,S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: PE 314 | Course Section: 45
This course will focus on various professional concerns related to the leisure services industry. An emphasis will be placed on professional preparation, development, and membership opportunities, ethical principles, and the application of leisure research concepts in practical settings. (S)

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: PS 206 | Course Section: 45
This course is designed to study and critique the political activities of black people in the United States. The course aims to faciltate the kind of intellectual environment within which students might develop a critical and perceptive understanding of black political activity. The course will examine the historical and contemporary socio-political conteexts of current black political activity, by asessing both black electoral politics and black radical politics. It is expected that students will acquie an informed theoretcal and critical understanding of black political life.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: SPA 470 | Course Section: 45
Survey of the speech and language problems of neurologically impaired children and adults. Emphasis will be placed on traumatic brain injured population. Prerequisite: SPA 209, 211, 220,and 320.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: ED 450 | Course Section: 46
A continuation of various assessments and the use of case studies to measure pedagogical knowledge at different grade levels.

Credit Hours: 1 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 151 | Course Section: 46
This course aims to acquaint the student with the essentials of effective living. It deals with personal health problems and corrective and protective services in the community. Surveys of community problems are made in order to integrate individual health problems with community services.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 151 | Course Section: 47
This course aims to acquaint the student with the essentials of effective living. It deals with personal health problems and corrective and protective services in the community. Surveys of community problems are made in order to integrate individual health problems with community services.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 151 | Course Section: 48
This course aims to acquaint the student with the essentials of effective living. It deals with personal health problems and corrective and protective services in the community. Surveys of community problems are made in order to integrate individual health problems with community services.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 151 | Course Section: 56
This course aims to acquaint the student with the essentials of effective living. It deals with personal health problems and corrective and protective services in the community. Surveys of community problems are made in order to integrate individual health problems with community services.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 151 | Course Section: 57
This course aims to acquaint the student with the essentials of effective living. It deals with personal health problems and corrective and protective services in the community. Surveys of community problems are made in order to integrate individual health problems with community services.

Credit Hours: 2 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: MGT 519 | Course Section: 01
This course will allow students to examine the application of statistical analysis in business decision-making. It will focus on the utilization of statistical methods as applied to business problems and operations. Included are descriptive statistics, probability, hypothesis testing, sampling, statistical inference and statistical quality control.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: MGT 520 | Course Section: 01
Financial Management. 3(3,0). This course is intended to provide the application of the concepts of finance to the solutions of business problems. The course emphasizes risk analysis, basic valuation concepts and cost of capital. The focus is on a firm's strategic long-term decisions, which include capital structure, capital budgeting, working capital policy and management. Case studies, where students will apply the tools and concepts they have learned, will be used.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: MGT 575 | Course Section: 01
MGT 575. Management Information Systems. 3(3,0). This course is an introduction to managing information and computer resources in the modern business enterprise. Students will explore concepts related to business applications, system management, systems analysis and design, networks and telecommunications, electronic commerce, the Internet, computer and information security, ethical issues related to computer technology and information, and database management.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1,194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now