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College of Engineering and Computing

Class of 2019

Graduate Students

Information presented here is aimed at our current graduate students. For more information on our Academic Programs, Research and Faculty, please visit our Prospective Student section.

How can I enhance my degree? 

Engineering Management

Do you want to pursue a supervisory role as an engineer? The MS Engineering Management program can be completed concurrently with another graduate degree and will prepare you for a successful managerial position, teaching you valuable skillsets in project and people management.  Classes are taught by professors in the College of Engineering and Computing, the Darla Moore School of Business, the USC School of Law and the College of Mass Communications and Information Studies.  


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Useful Resources



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CEC Career Center

The College of Engineering and Computing has the great advantage of a Career Center located within the college (Swearingen Engineering Center, Suite 1A01) offering  discipline-oriented career development counseling, help with resume preparation and access to job opportunities, internships and co-ops, as well as field specific conferences and career fairs to our engineering and computing students.

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Carolina Biotech Group

The Carolina Biotech group is a non-profit organization that promotes development of interdisciplinary collaborations among students, professors, and the regional biotech industry. Anyone with interest in Biotech and related fields is welcome to join. Email:


Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)

The Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) is the professional society for biomedical engineering and bioengineering. Founded in 1968, the Society now boasts nearly 6,500 members and is growing, rapidly. BMES at UofSC currently consists of approximately 80 members and meets monthly. To connect with BMES at UofSC, please email

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SCBIO is a member organization that exists to support and advance South Carolina’s life science industry through collaboration, advocacy, workforce development, and support for business operations.  




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