The Office of Career Management (OCM) is dedicated to the success of our students.
Our professional staff is trained and equipped to guide students through the internship
and job search process.
Through our BADM 301, Careers in the Global Economy Course, we provide an 8-week "how
to" course that teaches each participant the nuts and bolts of job search while developing
individual marketing materials for use in the student's search, including a professional
resume. Students also develop interviewing skills and learn the strategy of networking
and personal branding. This course is required for all undergraduate students.
In addition to the BADM 301 a team of professional career coaches are available to
all sophomores, juniors and seniors during on-call hours or via individual appointment.
To learn more please drop by the OCM during business hours or call 803-777-0149.
All graduate students have access to a career coach via individual appointments and
are given the opportunity to attend a series of Job Search/Professional Development
workshops provided by our team of professional career coaches, alumni and employer
Are you a senior who has secured a job for after graduation?
If so congratulations! Please access this link to report the details of your new job:
Please note: Your individual information will never be shared, but will be combined with data
from other members of your class to report 2017-18 employment outcomes to employers
and potential students.
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