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Thank you for your interest in
the University of South Carolina’s Palmetto College. This initiative brings
together the resources of the entire University of South Carolina system to
combine the quality of a USC degree with the flexibility of online learning.
Palmetto College offers an affordable, convenient method for students to
complete a bachelor’s degree while accommodating other commitments such as
their jobs and families.
Click here to learn about the Nursing program.
Click here to learn about the Criminal Justice program.
Students who have earned at least 60 hours of college credit and have met degree grade point requirements can pursue a range of bachelor's degrees online. Explore all Palmetto
College programs offered by USC Columbia, USC Aiken and USC Beaufort.
Students who have not earned 60 hours of college credit and/or satisfied general education requirements should speak with an advisor about options available to them for admission.
Interim Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs & Director of Graduate Studies
Dr. Clif Flynn
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Academic Affairs, Chief Diversity Officer & Title IX Coordinator
Dr. Warren Carson
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