Transfer programs provide an opportunity for students to complete the first two years of study leading to a baccalaureate degree. The third and fourth years of study will be completed at a four-year college or university to which the student transfers after the completion of his or her program at Shawnee Community College.
Because four-year colleges vary in their requirements, students should determine specific course requirements by consulting with their faculty adviser or a college counselor as soon as possible after admission to the college.
Shawnee Community College’s general education program seeks to provide students with the knowledge and skills that will assist them in achieving personal and professional goals that will enable them to function in today’s global society. The goals of the general education program include the development of communication, analytical and technical skills as experienced through general education degree requirements in communication, social sciences, fine arts, humanities, mathematics, and science. The outcomes of the college’s general education program encompass values formation, lifelong learning, and an appreciation of cultural diversity.
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