All of our graduate programs can be completed online.
In the public's eye, there is almost no charge worse than a sexual assault or the sexual abuse of a child.
These are the common sex crimes that we handle: Criminal Sexual Conduct, Rape S. Code 16-3-652 Criminal sexual conduct, or rape, is a felony punishable by up to 30 years' imprisonment.
It is prosecuted in the court of general sessions by the solicitor's office. Code §16-3-655 Criminal sexual conduct with a minor with a victim under the age of 11 is a felony punishable by a minimum of 25 years to life imprisonment.
Summer course are more accelerated and require additional study time.
Some people think that the lack of face-to-face interaction with classmates and teachers is a downside to online learning.
The course content is presented in the Weekly Course Guides section.
The guide for each week will tell you what you are supposed to study, what activities you are to perform that week, and where to post assignments.
A conviction will likely result in a lifelong entry in the South Carolina Sex Offense Registry, which is frequently searched by employers, schools, churches and even neighborhood associations.
Enrolling in an online program gives you the convenience of not having to travel to campus and flexibility of doing the course work on your own schedule.
The trade-off is making an effort to develop new technological, communication, time management and study skills. In a nutshell, online learning can be very exciting and rewarding but it requires hard work for success.
You are probably wondering how much time you should allocate in your schedule for studying in one online course.
Expect to put in about 12 hours of online and off-line study on a weekly basis for each three credit hour course over a regular 15-week semester.