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Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities41 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician25 Graduates
Phlebotomy Technician23 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)21 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies17 Graduates
Business Administration and Management14 Graduates
Information Technology13 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science12 Graduates
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I like how close knit SCC is. It is akin to a family, especially considering how much the college brings students together. There are constant student activities going on. Most of the teachers are excellent educators, but others only know their stuff, not how to properly teach it. What I'd like to see change is the variety of classes provided, and how those classes are taught.
Very willing to suit a schedule personal to you!
Southeastern allows to to plan your our classes with your adviser through-out the school year. The school works with the students to make sure that they have the financial needs to cover tuition, books, and fees. Most classes transfer to a four-year college depending on your major.