Love working with numbers or cooking up a gourmet meal? Is your goal to manage a warehouse or transportation fleet? Choose from a variety of career paths within the SCC School of Business - from accounting to culinary arts - and programs designed to seamlessly transfer to another college or university for a bachelor's degree.The SCC School of Business is headquartered at the SCC Downtown Campus' Evans Academic Center, with the majority of business classes taught there.
Focused on management of warehousing and transportation, the Logistics program is housed at the SCC Tyger River Campus. To take full advantage of the state-of-the-art commercial kitchen, culinary programs are taught in SCC's state-of-the-art commercial kitchen at the Giles campus.
We have such a diversity of programs offered within the School of Business, but yet they're all tied with a common bond of that basic business knowledge that will help students out on the job. Not only will you come out with technical skills, but you'll arrive with the soft skills employers are looking for.
School of Business graduates are prepared to enter the workforce with very notable industry certifications so that their credentials are proven on their resume as well. And if you decide to go on and pursue four year degrees, SCC has developed partnerships with several four year institutions.