Registration is open for fast-path winter semester classes at St. Clair County Community College. Seats are available in 12-week classes starting the week of Feb. 6 and eight-week classes starting the week of March 13.
Fast-path classes allow students to earn credits that count toward general education or degree requirements at a quicker pace. Sections are available for classes in topics that include art, business, management, marketing, cybersecurity, English, French, history, mathematics, psychology, political science, speech and more.
Offerings this winter help students and community members expand their knowledge base and uncover passions.
Examples of some specific courses offered this winter include:
- ART 120-67—Art Appreciation
- BUS 150-66—Principles of Business
- BUS 155-66—Principles of Management
- BUS 186-65—Internet Marketing
- BUS 252-65—Consumer Behavior
- CIS 105-65—Cybersecurity Essentials
- ENG 101-63—English Composition I
- FR 101-2—Introductory French 1
- GEO 105-63—Introduction to Meteorology
- HIS 101-64—History Western Civ to 1715
- HIS 150-61—History of U.S. 1877 to Present
- MTH 110-62—Intermediate Algebra
- MTH 120-65—Introduction to Statistics
- PS 101-69—Intro to Political Science
- PSY 180-63—Introduction to Psychology
- SOC 101-65—Principles of Sociology
- SPC 101-63—Speech Communication
- THA 105-61—Oral Interpretation
“Whether you’re a student interested in earning credits toward your degree or transfer pathway faster, or you’re a community member interested in taking a course of interest to learn and grow, our fast-path courses are a fantastic option,” said Jessica Brown, Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Student Recruitment, Advising and Admissions.
A full list of courses and sections is available at sc4.edu/schedule, and new students can learn how to apply and register at sc4.edu/admissions/. Current students can register via the SC4 Portal at portal.sc4.edu.
For more information, contact the SC4 Admissions team at (810) 989-5571 or firstname.lastname@example.org.