The Graduate School (GRAD)

GRAD 701  - Graduate Teaching/Instructional Assistant Development  (0 Credits)  

An introduction to skills and strategies for graduate teaching and instructional assistants at the University of South Carolina.

GRAD 720  - Graduate Civic Scholars Seminar I  (0 Credits)  

Key principles and approaches to community-engaged research and teaching, and civic scholarship.

GRAD 721  - Graduate Civic Scholars Seminar II  (0 Credits)  

Advanced principles, concepts, and approaches to community-engaged research and teaching, and civic scholarship. For Graduate students admitted to the Civic Scholars Program.

Prerequisites: GRAD 720.
GRAD 722  - Graduate Civic Scholars Seminar III  (0 Credits)  

Application of advanced principles and approaches to community-engaged research and civic scholarship. For Graduate students admitted into the Graduate Civic Scholars Program.

Prerequisites: GRAD 721.
GRAD 800  - The Graduate Student as Instructor  (3 Credits)  

Workshop in teaching skills sponsored by The Graduate School to enhance teaching experiences for graduate students who are involved in formal or informal teaching. Not for degree credit. May be repeated for up to 6 credits.

GRAD 801  - Graduate Student as Scholar  (3 Credits)  

Seminar examining scholarly growth and professional productivity. Not for degree credit.

GRAD 802  - The Graduate Student as Leader  (3 Credits)  

Seminar examining topics related to professional development. Not for degree credit.