St. Clair County Community College and Northwood University signed agreements Tuesday, Dec. 6, for three new 3+1 programs which will allow students to earn a bachelor’s degree from Northwood while enjoying the cost and comfort of SC4 for their first three years.
Bachelor of business administration degrees from Northwood in management, marketing and computer information management will be available to students under the new agreements.
Students can complete 90 credit hours in marketing or 92 credit hours in management and computer information management at SC4 which will transfer to Northwood, where they can complete the final year of the bachelor program. A pathway to the degree will be provided.
“This offers students another option with a guided pathway where they can maximize the amount of credits they can take at their home college, SC4, where they can experience lower costs and can stay with professors they are comfortable with,” SC4 Dean of Occupational Studies Julie Armstrong said. “Then they will have this pathway that takes them elsewhere to finish.”
Located in Midland, Michigan, Northwood is a private university that specializes in business, and has alumni in 120 different countries.
For more information, contact SC4 Director of Advising and Articulation Scott Watson at (810) 989-5824. Visit www.sc4.edu/articulation for information on all of SC4’s articulation agreements.
The weather is finally starting to feel like winter and another semester at SC4 is coming to a close. I hope your classes have gone well this fall and you’ve taken a few more steps toward your educational goals.
The end of the semester has many of you looking forward to a few weeks away from classes and homework. Before beginning your well-deserved break, please don’t forget to set yourself up for success by reviewing your academic plan and registering for winter semester classes.
Building a schedule that fits with work and family commitments is challenging at any time but waiting until the last minute to register may make it especially tough. Keep in mind that you can register using the WAVE system, get help in the Self-Service Room at the SC4 Welcome Center, or make an appointment with an advisor to finalize your schedule.
SC4’s faculty and staff are ready to help you finish the fall semester strong. Tutoring in the Achievement Center and assistance in the Math Center and Writing Center can make all the difference for end-of-semester papers, homework assignments, and final exam preparations. Be sure to take advantage of all the extra assistance that’s available to you.
Thank you for choosing SC4 as your educational home. We take that trust very seriously.
Whether you’re traveling during the upcoming break or staying at home, I wish you a safe and happy holiday season.
Dr. Deborah Snyder, President
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