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Whatever your dreams — to start your own business, to work in health care, to teach the next generation, or even if you don’t quite know what your dreams can lead to yet — you will find a program here that fits.
Busy life? We get it. That’s why UC offers online degrees to help you accomplish your goals without interrupting your life. We offer both undergraduate and graduate level programs to help you fit your degree into your life.
UC is home to a distinguished group of graduate level programs, many of which are hybrid or online to accommodate working adults.
The Pharmacy School offers you personalized attention in a small classroom setting. Our emphasis is on rural health and underserved communities, and our students learn in both the classroom and through community service outreach. We offer: Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD), Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences (MSPH) and Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences (MSBS).
The goal of our School of Business and Leadership is to equip you with real world knowledge and experience to help you lead a corporation – or to start your own. We offer a unique mentoring program, international practicums, and the opportunity to succeed in today’s fast changing business world.
The Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) program is unique in emphasizing a holistic approach to healthcare, as well as teamwork and collaboration among students.
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Be accepted to the University of Charleston, and you could be eligible for significant scholarships. (Scholarships listed in our Fact Sheet are only for undergraduate students.)
Army University Continuing Education Degree Program (CEDP) Leadership Initiative.
Your journey begins in the classroom. UC’s outcomes-based curriculum requires each course and degree program to have clear statements about the skills or knowledge a student must demonstrate (competencies) to meet a specific learning goal (outcome). View our detailed course descriptions.
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