Academics

We are intentional about your success.

Get your two-year and four-year degrees at SMC.


You have choices. Earn an Associate Degree for your first two years of general college coursework, then enter the workforce. OR, stay all four years and earn your Bachelor’s Degree. Our unique degree lets you choose two concentrations to make your degree more adaptable and valuable to employers. Our degree curriculum includes a core of career development courses to prepare you to be successful in the workplace and gain a competitive advantage when searching for your first job or internship.


At SMC, we don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach

Choose the degree path that works for YOU.


Degree paths for career success.

2-Year Degree

versatile and valuable

Save time and money by taking your general education requirements here. You’ll be prepared to major in almost any field after leaving SMC. With an Associate Degree, you may even qualify for better part-time jobs/internships while completing a Bachelor’s degree here or at another college.


4-Year Degree

STAY AT SMC

SMC’s new Bachelor’s Degree with Concentrations in Business, English, History, Psychology and Religion lets you combine your interests into a unique degree. The Camak Core, an innovative career development curriculum requirement, gives you the soft skills and experience you need to be successful in the modern workplace.



Our students achieve great heights and we help them get there.


At SMC, you’ll never go it alone. Truly successful people know how to ask for help when they need it, and we make it easy to get the help you need to reach your academic goals. From our FREE tutoring program, to transfer assistance to a writing lab staffed by English professors, our goal is your success.


 

Liberal Arts

Education

SMC is a liberal arts college. This means that, like most American colleges, you’ll spend your first two years taking a wide variety of courses to expose you to many different subjects. This approach benefits students who already know what they plan to major in as well as students who haven’t made a decision about a college major or career path.