Join us for an Information Session November 18
Degree Program for Working Adults
New changes this Fall make it even easier for you to take classes around your busy personal schedule.
We're now using Zoom technology, allowing you to attend class without coming into a classroom.
Zoom is a free computer application you use via the internet, that allows you, your instructor and fellow students to see and hear each other. All you need is a computer with a camera and microphone, and internet access. You can even use your phone.
You will have a regular class time once a week, which you attend via Zoom. You then complete the remainder of your work on your own time.
It gives you the best of both worlds, class time with a live instructor and your classmates, as well as the flexibility to complete your work when it works best for you.
It's all part of our new LiveOnline class delivery.
Our Degree Plan for Adults includes different tracks so you know exactly what classes you need to earn your degree in a two, three or four-year period. You decide exactly what pace you want to go. Don’t worry, if you start with one plan and decide to switch later on, that’s ok, we’ll work with you to make it happen.
We want to make sure you have options so we have three different programs to choose from, our general Associate in Arts Degree, Associate in Arts Degree with a Business Concentration, or our Associate in Applied Science Degree in Business.
Many of our career/technical classes are also offered online, as well as our many college transfer options, giving you plenty of choices in creating a path that works best for you and your goals! If you’re not sure which program to choose, we can help with that too.
November 18 - 5:30 p.m.
You can join the session online or attend in person at Scott Community College's Urban Campus.
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The sessions is being offered at 5:30 p.m. at the Scott Community College Urban Campus, 101 W. Third St. in Davenport.
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- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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