St. Clair County Community College offers academic programs in a wide range of interests. These programs lead to two-year associate degrees, one-year certificates, and short-term skill set certifications.
SC4 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.
Our faculty members have spent significant time in both the classroom and the workforce, so they bring you real-world experience that adds value to your learning.
We’ve perfected our approach to instruction and career preparation over nine decades in the Blue Water Area, and have helped more than four generations of SC4 alumni start their careers and improve their lives for the better. Let us show you how an SC4 education can put you on the right path to your future today!
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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 is a pioneer in nursing education. We were one of the first two-year colleges in Michigan to offer a nursing program in 1954. Our commitment to training tomorrow's leaders continues, and our innovative training approach has kept SC4 a leader in healthcare education for more than 60 years.
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.
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.
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.