Deciding whether to earn a graduate degree can be difficult, that is why the Lowcountry Graduate Center is developing a new website that will make this process as easy as possible.
Our primary goal for this new website is to provide convenient access to information about the programs offered at the Lowcountry Graduate Center and each of our partner institutions. In addition to listing individual program information such as admission requirements and course curriculum, the new website will also feature videos of students and faculty sharing their experiences at the Lowcountry Graduate Center.
Another goal for our new website is to provide more resources that will benefit our prospective students, current students, and alumni. One of these resources will be increased information about employment opportunities for individuals in all career fields including typical jobs that someone with a certain degree can expect to work in after they graduate and lists of local employers that have hired our recent alumni. Our new website will also provide links to current jobs that are available in the Lowcountry to help alumni from programs offered at the LGC advance their careers.
The new website will utilize responsive design techniques which enable the site adapt to different screen resolutions, such as on a desktop computer, a tablet, and a smartphone. This provides a convenient viewing experience for each user where the content they are seeking is optimized for their device.
To accomplish this ambitious project the Lowcountry Graduate Center has hired BlueKey Web Solutions. “We are thrilled to work with a web development firm that is as talented as BlueKey and to be able to support the creative community right here in Charleston.” BlueKey provides a team of web professionals that are passionate about creating digital brand experiences and are using their skills to build a new website that will offer a new level of engagement and value to our students, faculty, and friends.
The new website is scheduled to launch prior to the end of the Spring 2015 semester and will be available at www.LowcountryGradCenter.org.