This page lists colleges that offer degrees in South Carolina as well as online schools which offer degrees for students around the world. Below are links that provide information about license requirements and regulations primarily for civil engineers, architectural engineers, environmental engineers and structural engineers:
(found programs from 4 schools)
Location (s) : Columbia
These are the best of times to be in engineering and computing at the University of South Carolina. We have been undergoing an unprecedented growth in research and scholarship. Our faculty and students excel in many different areas, including the new emerging fields of biomedical engineering, bioinformatics and atomic level engineering.
Location (s) : Clemson
Inspired by Thomas Green Clemson’s dream to create a “high seminary of learning to benefit the agricultural and mechanical arts,” the disciplines of engineering, science and textiles have been at the heart of Clemson University for more than 100 years.
Ceramic and Materials Engineering(BS)
Location (s) : Orangeburg
The mission of the College of Science, Mathematics and Engineering Technology is to produce scientists, mathematicians, engineers and engineering technologists who are highly skilled, competent, and well prepared to enter professional careers in the public and private sector and to pursue degrees beyond the baccalaureate level in professional or graduate school.
Location (s) : Charleston
Engineering has had a proud record of contribution to The Citadel since The Citadel inception in 1842. The Civil and Environmental department was established in 1912 and became accredited in 1936. It student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) was established in 1937.