Seward County Community College (SCCC) is a public community college located in Liberal, Kansas. The college offers academic under five main divisions: Agriculture, Business & Personal Services; technology;
Science, Math and PE; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Applied Health. Among the courses offered at the institution, below is a list of some of the coolest.
This art course emphasizes on wildlife and landscape digital photography. Students will learn how to capture and edit images from the natural environment. Students will attend field trips where they will practically explore what they have learned. They will use their photography and editing skills to capture quality photos as part of the coursework.
This is a very practical course that equips students with the skills and knowledge to identify and analyze the basic structural damage conditions in cars and access the best repair method. Students will learn through a series of theory classes and practical sessions where they interact with real damaged cars.
This Cosmetology course aims at developing the knowledge, skills, and behaviors of students as applied in the cosmetology industry. In the course, students will engage in various practical activities that are core to the cosmetology industry. The course is recommended for Cosmetology majors.
This course is designed to teach students how to shoot, edit and package images that are needed to be used in computer graphics projects. Students will learn to capture images to be used on a web page, or for texture in game-art, or for other computer graphic media. The course is highly practical as students will utilize more time practicing their photography skills.
This is an introductory course for acting. Students will learn the basic techniques, concepts, and skills required in the acting profession. The course is also very practical as students will be expected to practice the techniques and methods learned. This course is recommended for students that wish to pursue a major in Drama.
This course is recommended for students that love writing. The course aims at teaching students the skills required to write creative pieces such as short fiction, poets, and creative non-fictional pieces. Students will be expected to write a series of creative content from a genre of their choice. The content will then be evaluated and analyzed with the help of their instructor.
This history course examines the social, political, economic, and technological events that have shaped world societies from prehistory to the 17th century. Students will learn very interesting historical facts from readings and research. This course is recommended for students that wish to pursue a major in History.
If you wish to learn a foreign language, then this is the right course for you. The course teaches students to understand basic spoken and written Spanish. Students will use books, videos, and audio clips as study tools. At the end of the course, students are expected to speak and understand basic Spanish.
This is a very practical course that involves private instruction on the piano. Students will learn the basic skills of playing the piano. Students will spend most of the time in the music room practicing what they have learned. Recital performance is required as part of the coursework. The course is recommended for Music majors.
This course in Physical Education is very practical and is designed to improve flexibility and muscle tone through the use of weight training with universal machines. Interested students will spend most of the time in the gym lifting various categories of weighs while being supervised by an instructor. The course is designed for the beginning weight lifters.