ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
SVGCC

Division of Arts Science and General Studies

CAPE Subjects

  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Digital Media
  • Economics
  • Environmental Science
  • French
  • Geography
  • Green Engineering
  • History
  • Law
  • Literatures in English
  • Management of Business (MOB)
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Sociology
  • Spanish

Entry Requirements

Associate Degree

Programme Entry Requirements
Fine Arts, Design and Cultural Communication (FADCC) Build your portfolio and join the ranks of those who create for a living in a rapidly emerging creative sector.
The FADCC program can place you on a career path to today’s most lucrative professions through the first stage of academic achievement in the design professions. The course is suitable for those candidates who:-
  1. intend to pursue Degree level study one of the many specialized art and design fields;
  2. wish to practice free-lance design and/or creative entrepreneurship;
  3. are interested in practicing professionally in more than one area of the creative arts.

The FADCC program of study will provide the necessary skills to work creatively in many areas of the visual arts: fine arts, media arts, photography, graphic design, fashion and textiles, theatre design, environmental arts and design for sustainable development.


Qualifications for Admission

  1. A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent.
  2. Compulsory Subjects:
    • English Language
  3. Prospective candidates will be required to attend an interview prior to admission
Paralegal Studies

The Associate Degree in Paralegal Studies is a programme designed for persons desirous of beginning or furthering careers as paralegals in law offices, banks, insurance companies and the constabulary among others.  Students will complete a variety of courses designed to provide them with the foundation knowledge and skills in a variety of areas of the legal system thereby enabling them to function more effectively in the workplace as well as when they pursue further studies.

Qualifications for Admission

  1. A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent.
  2. Compulsory Subject:
    • English Language
  3. English Literature, Social Studies or History would be an asset
Business Studies

The Associate Degree in Business Administration is a programme designed for persons desirous of beginning or furthering careers in business and management.  Students will complete a variety of courses designed to provide them with the foundation business and management skills they will need in the workplace. It will also assist graduates in fulfilling the requirements towards completing a Bachelor’s Degree.


Qualifications for Admission

Applicants should have at least the following:

  1. Five CXC-CSEC or GCE O’ Level passes or equivalent including English Language.
  2. A passing grade in CXC-CSEC Mathematics will be desirable. OR
  3. Holders of approved relevant certificates from the UWI School of Continuing Studies or Open Campus or other notable institution. OR
  4. Persons who do not meet the above requirements but who have relevant work experience.
Information Technology

Information Technology is an ever growing area of expertise in every facet of society.  Persons with the necessary skills in Information Technology are sought after in disciplines as varied as the construction industry to the food processing arena.  The Associate Degree in Information Technology will help students develop the knowledge and technical skills, essential for the information technology industry.  You will be able to pursue a career in the areas of system administration, networking, technical support, computer programming, web development or database administration.

Qualifications for Admission

  1. A minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent.
  2. Compulsory Subjects:
    • English Language
    • Mathematics
    • Information Technology
Psychology

The human mind is a complex organic system. If the human mind intrigues you, then you should consider pursuing a degree in Psychology. Psychologists study the human mind and try to provide assistance to those who are having problems stemming from mental disorders. Consider an exciting career in Psychology with a Psychology Associate's Degree. Students in this programme will complete a variety of courses designed to provide them with the foundation knowledge and skills in a variety of areas of Psychology.

Qualifications for Admission

Applicants should have at least the following:

  1. Five CXC-CSEC or GCE O’ Level passes or equivalent including English A at a Grade I or II.
  2. Grades I, II or III in Sciences (Biology, Integrated Science or Human and Social Biology).
  3. Grades I, II or III in CXC-CSEC Mathematics is also necessary 
    OR
  4. Holders of approved relevant certificates from the UWI School of Continuing Studies or Open Campus or other notable institution.
    OR
  5. Persons who do not meet the above requirements but who have relevant work experience and excellent communication skills.
General Studies

 

Qualifications for Admission

  1. minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent.
  2. Compulsory Subject:
    • English Language
Natural Sciences

 

Qualifications for Admission

  1. minimum of five (5) CSEC (CXC) General Proficiency passes (Grades I, II or III) or their equivalent.
  2. Compulsory Subjects:
    • English Language
    • Mathematics
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Physics

Applicants must NOT have a grade III in all areas.

Associate Degrees

  • Business Studies
  • Fine Arts, Design and Cultural Communication
  • Information Technology
  • Paralegal Studies
  • Psychology
  • General Studies
  • Natural Sciences

Entry Requirements

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