Programs Offered

University of South Carolina is proud to offer more than 240 graduate degree programs and certificates. To learn more about a particular program, select a category and click on the program listing.

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Doctoral Programs

Anthropology - PhD
Biological Sciences - PhD
Biomedical Engineering - PhD
Biomedical Science - PhD
Biostatistics - PhD
Business Administration - PhD
Chemical Engineering - PhD
Chemistry - PhD
Civil Engineering - APOGEE - PhD
Civil Engineering - PhD
Clinical-Community Psychology - PhD
Communication Sciences and Disorders - PhD
Comparative Literature - PhD
Computer Engineering - APOGEE - PhD
Computer Engineering - PhD
Computer Science - APOGEE - PhD
Computer Science - PhD
Counselor Education - PhD
Criminology and Criminal Justice - PhD
Curriculum and Instruction - EdD (Fully Online/Accelerated Term)
Dual Degree - Hospitality Management - PhD (NTNU - Taiwan)
Dual Degree - Sport and Entertainment Mgmt - PhD (NTNU - Taiwan)
Economics - PhD
Educational Administration - PhD
Educational Psychology and Research - PhD
Electrical Engineering - APOGEE - PhD
Electrical Engineering - PhD
Note: Admission is competitive. At a minimum, prospective students are expected to meet all of the entry requirements of the Graduate School of the University of South Carolina, and also to have earned a baccalaureate degree in electrical engineering (or a related field), with at least a B average. Students applying to the PhD program are required to take the GRE and should have scores higher than 153 (verbal), 155 (quantitative), and 3 (analytical). Admitted students generally score well above these minimums. Students whose native language is not English must submit TOEFL scores of at least 80. Prospective students should apply to the program of their choice (ME, MS, or PhD) but realize that the number of spaces available is limited. (Entry requirements subject to change. Please check the Graduate School page shown below under admissions process for the latest information.) If you are interested in an Undergraduate Laboratory Teaching position, please contact Jenny Balestrero.
Program Details
School/College: Engineering and Computing
Major: Electrical Engineering
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Academic Bulletin: Go to Online Bulletin
Program Website: Visit Program Website
Graduate Director: David Matolak (803) 777-8334
Recruiting Contact: Jenny Balestrero (803) 777-4195
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Required Documents
  • Curriculum Vitae/Resume
  • Official GRE Score
  • Official Transcripts
  • Personal Statement
  • Three Letters of Recommendation
Applicable Terms
  • Fall
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Candidates who wish to request financial assistance for Fall or Summer enrollment should submit the application by March 1. The final deadline for all candidates July 1.
  • Candidates who wish to request financial assistance for Spring enrollment should submit the application by September 1. The final deadline for all candidates November 15.
English - PhD
Environmental Health Sciences - PhD
Epidemiology - PhD
Exercise Science - PhD
Experimental Psychology - PhD
Foundations of Education - PhD
Geography - PhD
Geological Sciences - PhD
Health Promotion, Education and Behavior - DrPH
Health Promotion, Education and Behavior - PhD
Health Services Policy and Management - PhD
History - PhD
Hospitality Management - PhD
Journalism and Mass Communications - PhD
Language and Literacy - PhD
Library and Information Science - PhD
Linguistics - PhD
Marine Science - PhD
Mathematics - PhD
Mechanical Engineering - APOGEE - PhD
Mechanical Engineering - PhD
Music Composition - DMA
Music Conducting - DMA
Music Education - PhD
Music Performance - DMA
Music Piano Pedagogy - DMA
Nuclear Engineering - APOGEE - PhD
Nuclear Engineering - PhD
Nursing Practice - DNP
Nursing Science - PhD
Pharmaceutical Sciences - PhD
Philosophy - PhD
Physical Education - PhD
Physical Therapy - DPT
Physics - PhD
Political Science - PhD
School Psychology - PhD
Social Work - PhD
Sociology - PhD
Spanish - PhD
Special Education - PhD
Sport and Entertainment Mgmt - PhD
Statistics - PhD
Teaching and Learning - PhD
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