Top Part-time MBA Programs in South Carolina

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 5 business schools in South Carolina that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of South Carolina MBA universities.

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List of Top MBA Schools in South Carolina

Rank MBA Schools
1 University of South Carolina (Moore)
Acceptance rate: 0.709
Part-time Enrollment: 387
Average GMAT score: 597
Location: Columbia, SC
2 Clemson University
Acceptance rate: 0.753
Part-time Enrollment: 154
Average GMAT score: 534
Location: Greenville, SC
3 The Citadel
Acceptance rate: 1
Part-time Enrollment: 236Average GMAT score: 484
Location: Charleston, SC
4 Coastal Carolina University (Wall)
Acceptance rate: 1
Part-time Enrollment: 28
Average GMAT score: 520
Location: Conway, SC
5 Francis Marion University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 40
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Florence, SC

Part-time MBA Programs in South Carolina

Some National Historic Landmarks in South Carolina

  • The Charlesfort and Santa Elena Historic District on Parris Island is the site of a French (and later Spanish) settlement founded in 1562.
  • The gunpowder arsenal in Charleston is the oldest surviving public building in South Carolina. Built in 1713.
  • The Hampton Plantation, near McClellanville, is considered one of the finest examples of Georgian style in the state. Built in 1730.
  • Drayton Hall is a Palladian-style plantation mansion built between 1747 and 1752 near the city of Charleston.
  • Michael’s Episcopal Church in Charleston, built 1751-1761.
  • Hayward-Washington House in Charleston. Thomas Hayward Jr., one of the authors of the US Declaration of Independence, lived in this doge, and in 1791 the 1st US President George Washington stayed there. Built in 1771.
  • Home of politician and first African American elected to the United States House of Representatives, Joseph Rainey, in the city of Geogtown. Built around 1790.
  • Charleston Historic District, with many buildings from the 18th–19th centuries.
  • Fort Hill is the mansion of prominent politician and statesman John Calhoun in Clemson. Built in 1802.
  • Built in 1807, the home of William Aiken, the founder of the South Carolina Railroad Company, and one of the largest remaining railroad depots in the United States from the first half of the 19th century. Located in Charleston.
  • Bethesda Presbyterian Church in Camden, built in 1822.
  • Borough House Plantation in Stateburg, home to the largest complex of earthworks in the United States. Built in the twenties of the XIX century.
  • “Fire Building”, built in 1822-1827 in the city of Charleston to house the county archive. It is considered the oldest fire-resistant building in the United States.
  • Beaufort City Historic District, where many buildings from the first half of the 19th century remain.
  • The county courthouse in Lancaster, built in 1828.
  • The Burt-Stark Mansion in Abbeville, where the last council of war of the Confederate government was held on May 2, 1865 during the American Civil War. Built in the 1830s.
  • The Woodlands is the estate of the famous writer William Simms near the city of Bamberg. Built in 1836.
  • Kahal Kadosh Bet Elohim is a synagogue in Charleston built in the Modern Greek style in 1840. One of the oldest active synagogues in the United States.
  • The Huguenot Church in Charleston is the oldest neo-Gothic church in South Carolina. Built in 1844.
  • Campus buildings of the College of Charleston, built in the mid-19th century.
  • Church of the Holy Cross in Steitberg, built in the Neo-Gothic style in 1850–1852.
  • The South Carolina State Capitol in Columbia, built in 1855.
  • First Baptist Church in Columbia City. In this church, on December 17, 1860, a convention was held, the delegates of which decided on the withdrawal of South Carolina from the United States. Built in 1859.
  • House of writer Edwin Hayward in Charleston. Built in 1919.
  • The Chappelle Building is the administrative building of Allen University in Columbia. Built in 1922.
  • Atalaya and Brookgreen – located near the town of Merrell’s Inlet, a mansion known as the “Castle of Atalaya” (built in 1931) and the Brookgreen Sculpture Garden (opened in 1932). Associated with the life and work of the famous sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington.