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Business, Computer & Engineering Technologies


Choose Your Own Path!

Are you passionate about computers? Turn that passion into a rewarding career with our computer and engineering technologies programs. Dive into digital photography, web design, and more through our digital design program. Earn valuable industry certifications from Cisco Systems and CyberOps Certification in networking and cyber security. Explore computer architecture, software development, programming applications, computer networking, and electronics engineering in our programs. The possibilities are endless, whether you’re aiming for a degree or a certificate!

If numbers or cooking are more your style, our School of Business offers a range of career paths from accounting to culinary arts. Our programs are designed for easy transfer to a four-year college or university for a bachelor's degree. The School of Business is located at our Downtown Campus' Evans Academic Center.

Interested in logistics? Our SCC Tyger River Campus Logistics program focuses on warehousing and transportation management. For culinary arts, experience our state-of-the-art commercial kitchen at the Giles campus.

Start with an associate of science degree at SCC, then seamlessly transfer to a four-year college or university through our pre-engineering track. SCC has partnerships with local colleges to facilitate easy transfer. 


Business, Computer & Engineering Technologies Programs


Computer Technologies

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Digital Design

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Accounting, Banking, & Finance

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Administrative Office Technology

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Engineering Technologies

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Culinary Arts

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Management and Logistics

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View or download the School of Business, Computer & Engineering Technologies brochure here.

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Not quite ready for a degree?

SCC also offers a broad array of short-term workforce training programs that allow you to enter the job market and start earning quickly! These non-credit programs are a great way to enter a career in your area of interest and to become accustomed to college classes. While there are fees, these programs are often grant-funded (free of charge to trainees).

Non-Credit Courses