Engineering majors are advised to take a math course each semester upon entering Scottsdale Community College and to take chemistry and physics courses as soon as math skills are adequate. In addition, students are advised to defer some general studies requirements (humanities, social sciences, etc.) until after transfer to a university.
Scottsdale Community College offers many lower-division courses in computer science and computer systems engineering. Our goal is to provide transfer students and computer professionals with a solid education in the fundamental principles and concepts of computer science. These courses may be of interest to the transfer student interested in a Computer Science degree:
What are the Social & Behavioral Sciences?
The disciplines (areas of study) in the Division of S/B Sciences are dedicated to understanding the human mind
Scottsdale Community College Library is committed to teaching and promoting information literacy, providing quality library resources and services, and supporting the curriculum and information needs of the college community. The Library has a wide selection of books, multimedia sources, periodicals, and electronic databases. The collections include a variety of formats and points of view that reflect the diversity of the community. It is the Library's goal to enhance access to library resources through a variety of paths that serve users wherever they are.
The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Nursing Program is available at nine of the Maricopa Community Colleges. Clinical experiences are provided in a variety of healthcare settings. The Nursing Program provides eligibility for students to apply for the national exam for the registered nurse license. Licensing requirements are the exclusive responsibility of the State Board of Nursing.
Scottsdale Community College se compromete en ayudarle a aprender el inglés.