Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Programs on the STCC Campus
Launch your interest in social work, computer science (CS), or computer information technology and security (CITS) into a fulfilling career. You can earn a bachelor's degree in 14-20 months through the Elms at STCC bachelor’s degree completion programs. To apply, complete the application linked below and follow the instructions on the second page.
Bachelor of Science in Social Work
Elms College and STCC have partnered to deliver a high-quality degree completion program in social work on the STCC campus. Students with associate degrees will be able to substantially improve their employment and graduate school opportunities in their chosen field in an accelerated time frame, completing their bachelor’s degree in ten eight-week sessions, or 20 months. Elms faculty will teach designated courses, making it convenient for students and alumni of STCC as well as others from the community with associate degrees.
Computer Information Technology and Security (CITS) and Computer Science (CS) degree
Computer Science and Computer Information Technology and Security classes are held primarily online. Hybrid classes have varying schedules and meet either once per week or a few times throughout the semester during the evening. A student who transfers in with 78 credits will be able to complete their coursework in seven 8-week sessions, earning their degree in 14 months.
Summer 2019 Information Sessions
Join us at one of our upcoming information sessions to learn about the program, meet with admission representatives, learn about financial aid, and have all of your questions answered.
STCC - Wednesdays, Scibelli Hall (B2), Cafeteria Hallway, 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
- June 12, 19 & 26
- July 10, 24 & 31
- August 7 & 14
STCC - Saturday Drop-in info sessions in Scibelli Hall (B2), Room 226, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
- June 22 & 29
- July 13 & 27
- August 17
Wally Soufane, MEd
Off-Campus Programs Coordinator (STCC)
Elms Cell: 413-265-1718
Elms Main Campus: 413-265-2387
Scibelli Hall (B2), Room 226
Wednesdays and Thursdays 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.