The College of Charleston is recognized annually by PARADE Magazine, The Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Magazine, Barron's and others in the quality and value of our education, research, academic programs and other areas of achievement.
In 2010, PARADE Magazine’s College A-List included the College as one of the best small public universities in the nation. Recommended by high school counselors, the College was chosen because it combines "the communal feel of a small liberal-arts college with the breadth of choice offered by a big university." Read the complete PARADE Magazine article on the College of Charleston.
Go to College Guides and Rankings for a complete list of our College's rankings.
The School of Business also ranks in specific academic programs and areas of research.
International Business Undergraduate Program 10th Largest in U.S.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the School of Business's undergraduate International Business program is the 10th largest program among public universities in the U.S. It is the largest undergraduate International Business program in South Carolina.
Top CGBP Program in the World
The School of Business ranks #1 in the world among universities with the most Certified Global Business Professionals (CGBP) on faculty . All CGBP faculty have lived, worked and studied abroad.
#1 Hospitality and Tourism Research Productivity
According to data released by recent Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research, the HTM department ranks #1 in the world for individual faculty member research productivity.
Global Business Resource Center
The Global Business Resource Center, part of the International Business Program, is one of only three universities to be selected by EXIM Bank of the United States to become an EXIM Bank City-State partner. The EXIM Bank is the official export credit agency whose mission is to assist in financing the export of goods and services to international markets.