Prospective Graduate Students
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences currently serves more than 250 graduate students seeking degrees in five programs of study leading to the Master of Arts and five other programs of study leading to advanced degrees through The Citadel's School of Education.
Advanced Degrees in Humanities and Social Sciences are:
English (M. A.)
History (M. A.)
Social Studies (M. A.)
Psychology (M. A. Clinical Counseling)
Psychology (M. A. and Ed. S., School Psychology)
Advanced Degrees in Education:
Social Studies (M.A.T.)
Counselor Education (M.E.D.)
Educational Leadership (Ed. S.)
Graduates of these programs pursue doctoral studies, work in heritage tourism, serve as clinical counselors, and teach in public schools - among many other vocations.