Programs designed to give you an edge.
SC4 offers students a wide array of degree and certificate programs taught by faculty members that have spent time in both the classroom and the workforce. Students also have the option of completing the 30-credit Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA), which allows them to easily transfer a block of general education courses to any participating four-year college or university in Michigan.
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People with strong business abilities or skills in computer information technology are always in demand in the U.S. SC4 can help you get started toward a challenging and successful career. You can easily transfer to bachelor’s-level business, computer science, or information technology programs.
SC4 offers the following programs related to Business and Information Technology:
Accounting (Associate Degree)
Business (Associate Degree, general business)
Business (Associate Degree, intended for transfer students)
Computer Information Systems (Associate Degree)
Computer Information Systems – Applications for Business (Certificate)
Computer Information Systems – Programming (Associate Degree)
Management (Associate Degree and Certificate)
Marketing (Associate Degree, Certificate, and Skill Sets)
Networking – Infrastructure (Associate Degree)
Software Development (Associate Degree)
SC4 is a pioneer in health sciences education and offers a wide array of in-demand program and certificate options. Plus, many of our students learn and train in our newly renovated Health Sciences Building, which features an enviably innovative hospital simulation wing, ambulance bay and home setting, and more highly-developed manikins and equipment to help prepare students with realistic scenarios and training.
SC4 offers the following health sciences programs:
Allied Health (Associate Degree)
Associate Degree Nursing (Associate Degree, RN certification)
Associate Degree Nursing transition program (Associate Degree, transition to RN from Paramedic, LPN, and other healthcare professions)
Practical Nursing (Certificate, LPN certification)
Radiologic Technology (Associate Degree)
Respiratory Therapy (Associate Degree)
Therapeutic Massage (Associate Degree)
Inspire your creativity by taking a class in English composition, literature, art history and appreciation, drawing, pottery, theatre, music, speech, philosophy, French or Spanish. Whether you are looking for a career or an elective to complete a degree, SC4 has the classes you need.
SC4 offers the following programs related to Humanities and Fine Arts:
STEM-related graduates are always in demand. SC4 students can complete two-year associate degrees in Science or Arts that include the general education requirements of most four-year colleges or universities, so you can easily transfer to bachelor’s-level math, science or engineering programs.
SC4 offers the following programs related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM):
Associate in Science
Engineering Graphics & CAD (Associate Degree)
Engineering Technology (Certificate)
Engineering Technology – Electronics (Associate Degree)
Engineering Technology – Mechatronics (Associate Degree)
Engineering Technology – Precision Machining (Associate Degree)
Engineering Technology – Welding and Fabricating (Associate Degree)
Start your path to a career in criminal justice, or a degree in social sciences such as history, political science, sociology, psychology, geography, economics, and anthropology. You can get started here and move onto a bachelor’s degree in your field, or just take classes as an elective.
SC4 offers the following programs related to Social Sciences:
St. Clair County Community College offers classes for the requirements of MIOSHA safety standards.
We also are committed to meeting the unique needs of an evolving workforce by providing customized training and solutions for employers and employees alike. In addition to the non-credit and credit options outlined below, the college can also assist with apprenticeships, certification testing and employee recruitment services.
There are non-credit courses offered throughout the year. Students enrolled in these courses may receive CEUs (continuing education units). College credit is not be earned for these courses.