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: EAM 804
This course explores theories and methods for combining inquiry and action.

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

Course Number: E 302 A detailed study of classical and modern rhetorical methods to be used in the various forms and levels of discourse; also, some consideration of traditional, structural, and transformational grammars as a means of achieving greater skills in composition.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 250 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 - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 318 A study of American writers 1860 to present.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: CED 541 This course is a systematic study of the selection, evaluation, selection, administration, and interpretation of group tests of general and specific abilities to include cognitive, affective and psychomotor scales.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: PS 252 This course is a study of the structure, principles and practice of American government from the colonial period to the present. Emphasis is placed on the role of the citizens in the political system and the forces which have fostered the growth and functioning of the American political system.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: ECE 522 In this course, opportunities are provided to explore in-depth assessment instruments to evaluate the behavior of young children. Emphasis is placed on standardized and achievement tests, diagnostic instrument self -evaluation checklist, etc. The focus is on a variety of methods and techniques used to record children’s ability in a variety of settings.

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

Course Number: EDRC 534 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: E 315 A survey course in American Negro literature from 1746 to the present.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 160 This course is designed to provide the student with a framework of knowledge of the concepts in health education and community health education. This course provides an overview of the organization, role and structure of community health agencies with specific emphasis in health education services. It also includes an examination of the roles and responsibilities of health education professionals.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 304 This course emphasizes selection of health products and services. Superstitions, misconceptions, advertising and quackery are considered along with the roles of health protection and consumer rights agencies. Related careers are also discussed.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: CED 525 The major focus of this course is counseling in culturally pluralistic settings. Included are methods for designing and coordinating culturally responsive developmental counseling programs.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Nowapsed Sample Description

Course Number: ECE 513 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: ECE 514 The course is designed to provide prospective kindergarten teachers with a thorough understanding of methodological experience and materials appropriate for practical use at this level. Attempts are made to interpret theories of learning as applied to instruction in terms of actual classroom situations through observations of, and participations with children. Actual work with the child in all learning situations is given equal value through observations, planning, micro-teaching and evaluating procedures.

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

Course Number: SPED 322 Course is designed to prepare persons to work with individuals identified ad mentally disabled. It presents theories, program practices, curricular considerations, teaching strategies, and materials geared to the individual needs of the mildly mentally retarded. Consideration is given to placement procedures, reports, records, observation and participation, guidance procedures and legal implications.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: SP 102 A continuation of the development of basic skills in Spanish and knowledge of grammar and culture. Prerequisite: SP 101 or placement by exam.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 151 This is a literature-based course with emphasis on critical writing. A research paper is required. Attention is also given to grammar, usage, and mechanics as needed. Prerequisite: “C” in English 150.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: MGT 512 This course will provide a structure that will foster discussion about issues that are important to aspiring entrepreneurs. Topics presented include identifying promising ideas, exploiting opportunities, identifying financial resources, creating and starting the venture.

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

Course Number: PE 303 This course includes analysis of elementary statistical procedures, evaluation, interpretation and use of tests, testing, and other measurement techniques as they relate to health, physical education, and physical activity settings.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: MGT 520 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 in which students apply the tools and concepts they have learned, are used.

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

Course Number: MU 203 A detailed development of jazz from the late 1800s to the present, its impact to social, religious, and political environment in the United States and the world as a whole. Study of musical styles and form essential in the development of jazz will be surveyed with examples through recordings and audio- visual aids. Emphasis will be placed on the black man’s contribution to jazz.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: PE 210 This is a course in the historical and philosophical foundations of health and physical education. Study of the history of the disciplines related to physical education are followed by a thorough treatment of human organic development. Skill, interpretive and emotional development are particularly addressed.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: SB 400 This one- credit course offers practical experience in a business laboratory environment. The structured internship/experiential learning component of the course augments the concepts, theories, and skills learned in previous business and related classes. By promoting professionalism and actual involvement with businesses, this course is ideally suited to allow for school-to-work transition.

Credit Hours: 1 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: SPED 216 An introductory course to study the characteristics and needs of exceptional children, the competencies needed to work with special abilities and disabilities, and an overview of appropriate educational program and delivery of services. Designed for special-education students and those students who are preparing to teach individuals with disabilities.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: SPA 220 Course reviews the various aspects of language development and provides a foundation in topics such as linguistic reception, integration, and expression of symbolic information; nature and effects of sociocultural factors; and behavior of linguistic symbolism. Basic norms and descriptive procedures for language development as a basis for diagnosis. Primary focus is the study of normal language acquisition, processes, and related linguistic theory.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: ED 545 This course will enable a student to study contemporary and historically important learning theories and discusses attempts to 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.

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

Course Number: PE 150 This course provides for study of kinesiological, physiological, sociological and psychological aspects applied to development and maintenance of personal health- related fitness. Emphasis will be placed on regular participation in specific personalized physical fitness and wellness programs.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: NFM 102 A study of the significance and nature of food as related to technological, psychological, and socioeconomic influences; values, standards, goals, and provisions for nutrition and food decisions and their relationship 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.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 152 This course gives the student who has failed the English Proficiency Examination, the opportunity to improve his/her communication skills. Attention is given to usage, mechanics, structural and grammatical relationships, and idiomatic expressions or word choice. This course also provides intensive practice in writing.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: EDRC 529 This graduate course is designed to provide theoretical and practical (clinical) instruction in counseling and ethical aspects of rehabilitation counseling. Ethical issues regarding counseling and direct rehabilitation service delivery are discussed from both a generic and multicultural perspective centered upon research-based concepts, specific skills and strategies. Direct role-playing and micro-counseling skill building exercises are employed along with case study methods and lecture formats. Students are encouraged to develop an awareness of different cultures, learned biases and how they may affect the counseling relationship.

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

Course Number: CED 516 The aim of this course is to help students acquire skills in the collection, interpretation and utilization of comprehensive psychological information about individuals that will aid the professional in providing appropriate services to counselees.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $880.00/ Out-State - $1194.00 Level: Graduate Apply Now

Course Number: HED 302 This course is a study of community and national health problems, their scope, effects, and attempted solutions. Responsibilities and efforts of governmental and volunteer agencies in the area of sanitation and communicable diseases are covered, with emphasis on the application of health science principles for prevention and control.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: CD 422 An overview of programs in Family & Consumer Sciences discipline, review of current policies and topics related to children and families, assessment of leadership style in preparation for the transition to professional roles.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate
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Course Number: EAM 799 Topics in this course are selected from various areas in Educational Administration Programs including trends, methods, and other applicable approaches.

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

Course Number: SPA 340 Study of current management approaches in the treatment of stuttering disorders in children and adults. Emphasis is on diagnosis and management; practical application of theoretical information is stressed. A minimum of five (5) observation hours must be obtained.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: PE 400 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 - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: EDRC 535 Combines classroom and field experiences to provide students with information about the counselors role in placement, job analysis, job- seeking skills, job development; determination of job readiness, and job reengineering. Field experience complements each of these areas to give the student experientially-validated approach to vocational placement.

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

Course Number: E 250 Selected world masterpieces, with emphasis on Western civilization and historical, literary and philosophical antecedents of twentieth-century United States culture. The course introduces students to the concepts and vocabulary required for reading, analyzing, and interpreting literature.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now

Course Number: E 251 A survey of literary masterpieces of the world. From the Age of the Enlightenment to the Twentieth Century, this course presents classical selections for reading, interpretation and critical analysis through lectures, discussions and rhetorical assignments.

Credit Hours: 3 Tuition Per Credit Hour: In-State - $448.00/ Out-State - $607.00 Level: Undergraduate Apply Now