MUSC Establishing Genetics Counselor Master’s Program with Help From LGCOct 12, 2021
With the help of a Lowcountry Graduate Center grant, MUSC is on the path to admit its first 20 students in the fall of 2023, says Dr. Nancy Carson, Associate Dean for Academic and Faculty Affairs at MUSC’s College of Health Professions.
Project Management Helps Propel Fastest-Growing CompaniesOct 12, 2021
Every construction company, whether commercial, industrial or residential, employs project managers to ensure quality every step of the way. Engineering firms, financial services companies, healthcare institutions, IT, and legal – all need project managers.
$200,000 Worth of Opportunity Grants Available to Develop New Graduate ProgramsOct 12, 2021
The LGC offers monetary grants to its three-member institutions – the College of Charleston, the Medical University of South Carolina, and The Citadel – to subsidize the ramping up of credit-bearing, standalone graduate programs.
Availability of LGC Funds and How to Access ThemSep 30, 2020
The grant process reflects the LGC’s commitment to growing workforce talent for economic development in the Lowcountry. According to the Talent 2020 and Beyond report produced by the Charleston Regional Development Alliance and the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, the talent gap is most acute in the areas listed above and is hampering growth in these industries.
Jobs Await New Coding Course GradsMar 18, 2020
We hear all the time about the need for tech talent all over the country and here in Charleston as the local tech sector blossoms. Right now, website developers with coding skills and no experience can walk into $60,000 entry-level positions with dozens of area tech companies.
Is Grad School Your New Year’s Resolution?Dec 19, 2019
New Year’s is a time when we resolve to do things put off. Is this the time to get that advanced degree you’ve been thinking about?
The Altered State of Graduate EducationJan 28, 2019
In the fluid learning economy in which we operate today, more people than ever are seeking to update, or acquire new skills. The last 20 years have completely disrupted the fields of journalism, marketing, music, publishing, travel, retail and many others. The shift from a knowledge economy to a learning economy – i.e. one where…