Presbyterian College - Master's Degree
- Average Tuition USD 35,000
- Acceptance Rate 54%
- Students 1,460
- Campus Setting City
Presbyterian College was founded in 1880 as Clinton College by Dr. William Plumer Jacobs. In 1886, the first facility, named Recitation Hall, was built at PC, and the construction work of the iconic Neville Hall building followed in the year 1906. Ever since its inception, PC has firmly focused on five aims in its education. Some of these aims are; to-do high grade; strong college work; sculpt a strong moral and Christian character; and to impart college learnings in reach of every young man who is worthy of it.
Today Presbyterian College is home to over 1,000 bachelor's degree seeking students, and the School of Pharmacy has a total enrollment of 296 students. PC endeavors to harbour a global community, and motivates its students to value and embrace different cultures. PC exposes its students to a global experience and outlook through its unique academic and intercultural program,and global seminar arrangements. At PC, students can grab the opportunity to work alongside faculty members as research assistants for their research works, which helps develop a strong relationship between students and faculty members.
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Forbes (USA) 236
US News (Liberal Arts) 123
- Minimum GPA 3.25
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 80
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00
Established in 1880
All students at Presbyterian College participate in either internships, or study abroad programs.
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503 S Broad St, Clinton, SC 29325, United States
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Rev John M Crowe, D.Min
A good place to begin one's education.
I started at PC in the fall of 1975. I received a good basic education, enjoyed being part of the college's child outreach program, being part of the Christians In Action Coffee House that met in the basement of the student center, bringing a crusade to campus and leading a monthly Christian prayer breakfast plus being part of a Christian puppet ministry. In my sophomore year at PC, I felt God call me into full time ministry. I felt like I had conquered the entire educational system when I made a B in NT Greek. I am glad that I learned NT Greek at PC because it was required for my seminary education at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, KY. It was also helpful to have taken OT and NT survey courses as well as the course on the History of Christian Thought while at PC. I'm glad that I went to PC, transferred to ECU in Greenville, NC in 1977 for a BA in Sociology in 1979 and then went on to Asbury Theological Seminary for a M.Div. in 1983 and then again for a D.Min. in 2001.
2005-2009, Bachelor of Arts
The True Meaning of a Liberal Arts Experience
Presbyterian College (PC) offers the opportunity to create your own path and take courses in multiple departments for a well-rounded educational experience. Not only do the professors support a multi-disciplinary approach, they encourage it through double degrees, minors, extra curricular activities, work study positions, and internships. The exceptional courses and overall experience at PC provided me with the confidence and knowledge to successfully complete two graduate degrees and move into my career with ease. I am proud to be a Blue Hose!
2008-2012, Bachelor of Science
Presbyterian College provides a unique opportunity for students to excel in curriculum in a smaller classroom environment; allowing for a more personalized learning experience. Also, the college continues to provide a wide array of student life opportunities which allow for a well rounded college experience. Should be on your list to visit.
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