Life’s challenges and opportunities are not one-size-fits-all, which is why Schoolcraft College offers such a wide variety of learning models.
These award credits that can be applied to a college degree. They run for 7 weeks to 15 weeks and are offered on campus and online. The first step is a contact the Admissions & Enrollment Center or complete an Application for Admission.
Online, Hybrid, and Open Entry/Open Exit
These offer flexibility in when and how you learn. Online courses are offered exclusively over the Internet while Hybrid courses blend online and classroom instruction. Open Entry/Open Exit courses allow you to progress through the course at your own pace.
On-campus and online Continuing Education and Professional Development courses
These award Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and range in length from one meeting to multiple sessions over several weeks. Contact Continuing Education and Professional Development.
These are tailored to meet the needs of a business, group or professional association, and can be designed to award college credit or Continuing Education Units (CEUs). These courses can be offered on campus, online or at the client’s location and are offered through Continuing Education and Professional Development.
Business seminars and consulting services
These are available to entrepreneurs seeking to launch or grow a business, learn about import/export opportunities, or become a government contractor. Contact the Business Development Center.
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Are college credits portable?
As a community college, Schoolcraft is known for providing courses that transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Less well-known is the fact that credits from four-year institutions and other community colleges can be transferred to Schoolcraft. If you have some college experience under your belt, talk to your advisor or counselor about the possibility that some or all of these credits can be applied toward a Schoolcraft certificate or degree.