The programs available
St. Clair County Community College is partnering with four universities including Madonna, Ferris State, Walsh and the University of Michigan-Flint. Students must be admitted to the above universities to graduate with a bachelor degree in their chosen the program.
Ferris State University has a bachelor’s program in Criminal Justice and Walsh College has Bachelor’s Degree programs in Business Administration.
According to Dianne Lovett, the Madonna University Cohered, “Madonna University’s provides their only bachelor program, Early Childhood Education. Madonna University wants students to have nothing below a C average, not a C- average. Madonna has a four semesters or two year program. Students that are interested in this program should apply as soon as possible.”
Madonna requests that students have completed their ADD in early childhood education or are an SC4 student working on the early childhood education program.
The Universities of Ferris State, Madonna, Walsh and U of M Flint request that interested students meet with the representative person of the career and the college that they are interested in. At that time they can go over the additional information and requirements regarding the program that they would like to attend.
“Students can apply for a bachelor’s degree in either a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology or a Bachelor of Science in RN and BSN completion programs. Most circumstances require that students do not have to attend the Flint campus. Students are required to have and maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher,” said U of M Assistant Director Theresa Stevens.
“Students are required to have and maintain a GPA of 2.7 for the nursing program. All students must maintain a good class standing,” Stevens said.
The best advice students can have is once a student chooses a university they should have regular meetings with an academic advisor.