Scottsdale Community College — The Best Choice for International Students
Thank you for your interest in Scottsdale Community College! We greatly enjoy having international students on our campus, and we look forward to welcoming you in person.
Scottsdale Community College (SCC) is one of the ten Maricopa Community Colleges (one of the largest community college systems in the United States), and has an excellent international reputation.
The Dual Enrollment Program was designed to provide an opportunity for qualified high school students to enroll in college courses at high school locations, and to earn high school and college credits simultaneously.
Through the SCC Emerging Leaders Program we invite you to experience leadership by doing. Experiential learning is based on action and reflection. You will participate in various hands-on team building activities, working together to find success. After each experience, we'll take time to reflect on the lessons learned from the activity and its relevance to the 7 Values of Leadership for Social Change.
CIS@SCC Programs of Study
Earn a two-year Associate Degree (AAS) in CIS@SCC and you have options: pursue a new, challenging career in IT, transfer to a four-year university, or pursue general studies.
There are a large number of relatively well-paid job opportunities for people who have basic bookkeeping skills. The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Bookkeeping prepares students to work for CPA firms, corporate accounting departments, and small businesses. People with work experience and the skills developed in this program would also be able to operate their small bookkeeping businesses.
The Associate of Business (ABUS) degree is designed for students who wish to transfer to a university to continue to pursue a bachelor’s degree in a business field. The ABUS is accepted at all Arizona universities that have business programs, including Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, the University of Arizona, and Grand Canyon University. It is also widely accepted at many out-of-state universities.