|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
|Scottsdale Community College|
|Address||9000 E Chaparral Road, Scottsdale, Arizona, United States of America|
|Tel. No.||(+1 480) 423-6100|
|Fax No.||(+1 480) 423-6200|
|Admission E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Contact for application|
|Total No. of students|
|Course titles||Accounting, Advertising Arts, Aerospace Studies, Aeronautics, American Indian Studies, Administration Of Justice, Art Humanities, Art, Anthropology: Social/ Behavorial Science, Anthropology: Science/ Mathematics, Astronomy, Biology, Building Safety & Construction Technology, Business & Personal Computers, Civil Engineering Technology, Chemistry, Computer Information Systems, Communication, Counseling & Personal Development, Critical Reading & Thinking, Computer Science, Culinary Arts, Dance Humanities, Dance, Drafting Technology, Engineering Science, Early Childhood Development, Economics, Education, Emergency Medical Technology, English, English Humanities, Equine Science, English as a Second Language, Food & Nutrition, French, Fire Science Technology, General Business, Cultural Geography, German, Geology, Physical Geography, Health Core Curriculum, Health Care Related, Health, History, Hotel Restaurant Management, Humanities, International Business, Interior Design, Italian, Infant/ toddler Development, Japanese, Journalism, Latin, Library Skills, Media Arts & Entertainment, Mathematics, Mass Communications, Management, Music: History & Literature, Military Science, Marketing, Microsoft Technology, Music: Theory/Composition, Music: Commercial, Music: Performance, Non-Credit, Nursing: Continuing Education, Nursing, Office Automation Systems, Physical Education, Philosophy, Physics, Pima,Political Science, Psychology, Reading, Real Estate. Recreation, Religious Studies, Society and Business, Sign Language, Speech - Language Pathology, Sociology Spanish Social Work, Telecommunications, Textiles & Clothing, Theatre, Theatre Performance/ Production, Writing Across Curriculum,Wellness Education|
|Undergraduate and Graduate TOEFL||500|
The mission of Scottsdale Community College (S.C.C) is to create accessible, effective and affordable environments forteaching and learning for the people of our communities in order that they may grow personally and become productivecitizens in a changing multicultural world.
S.C.C., a two-year college, opened its doors in September, 1970, with 948 students. It is one of 10 colleges in theMaricopa Community College District. The beautiful campus with its unobstructed view of the mountains is located atPima and Chaparral Roads.
Student enrollment has reached 10,000 each semester with 3,000 additional students enrolled in special-interest, non-credit courses. On campus walkways, one sees people of all ages, of numerous races and ethnic backgrounds, of anunlimited variety of interests and purposes.
A vast majority of students are currently enrolled in credit programs including mathematics, science, social and behavioralsciences, English and communication, speech, and studio and performing arts to earn associates degrees. Most havescheduled plans to transfer to four-year universities to complete bachelor and post-graduate degrees. Studentsgraduating from S.C.C. do exceptionally well. S.C.C has also broadened opportunities to students to prepare for careers that do not require four-year degrees. AppliedSciences offers over 23 different career or occupational programs including nursing, drafting, fashion merchandising,interior design, hospitality, culinary arts, administration of justice, equine science, tribal management, and computerinformation programs. These programs are styled in accordance with the needs of students, the community, business,and industry. College personnel work closely with community employers to assess current educational and training needs.
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