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Associate Degree in Business Management

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College's Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies (SVGCC: DASGS) is offering an Associate Degree in Business Management on a part-time evening basis this upcoming 2020/2021 academic year.

Maxwell Fergus, Dean of the DASGS, commented that the programme being offered is of a very high quality which can later be used as part of students' entry requirements for regional and international universities. It also provides a solid theoretical and practical foundation for aspiring business owners and professionals.

The programme will span 2 ½ years and includes courses such as Introduction to Business, Small Business Management, Fundamentals of Marketing, Business Law, Strategic Management, Communications and more. A full list of courses and additional information can be obtained from the divisional office.

Application deadline is Tuesday 15th September 2020.

Application forms may be downloaded here, or obtained from the Division of Arts, Sciences & General Studies' office at the Villa Campus or via email/phone request This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 457-4503 ext 325.

APPLICATION FORM


 

Resumption of Classes for Semester 1 2020

All returning students of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College are asked to note the following dates for the resumption of classes:

Division of Teacher Education 

  • September 14, 2020 - all Year 1 and Year 2 students.

Division Nursing Education 

  • September 07, 2020 - all BScN Years 1, 2, and 3 students.
  • Midwifery students resumed on August 31, 2020 and Nursing Assistant students are ongoing.

Division of Technical and Vocational Education 

  • September 07, 2020 all Year 2 students.
  • Year 1 students will be advised of an official start date following the release of CSEC results.

Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies 

  • September 07, 2020 for all Associate Degree Year 2 students.
  • CAPE Year 2 students will commence online classes on September 14. Face-to –face classes for second year CAPE students will resume when the CAPE Unit 1 results are released. The CAPE results will determine who will proceed to second year.
  • Year 1 students will be advised of an official start date following the release of CSEC results.

 

Career and Leadership Seminars Conclude This Week

The Career and Leadership Seminars hosted by the Counselling Department last set of seminars will be held this week, don't miss out, you can register by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Whatsapp / Call - (784) 431-8043 or 4574503 ext. 368. There is a space just for you, grab the opportunity to learn the practical skills to step out into the life ready to face the negative and positive vibes. Click on the topic titles for details.

Topics and Upcoming and Dates

 

SVGCC Fine Art Students Add Mural to SJCK


In photo L-R: Shewmorl Alexander, Karlon McLean, Javanne Sam, Tansha George and Sheniscia Allen. Missing from photo is Andre Joseph.

St. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown’s (SJCK) compound received a colourful addition by way of a mural created by six students enrolled in the Fine Art, Design and Cultural Communications (FADCC) Associate Degree programme at the St. Vincent & the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC).

Read more: SVGCC Fine Art Students Add Mural to SJCK

SVGCC Counselling Department August 2020 Newsletter

Courage to Hope

Most of us are experiencing the pressure of the COVID changes, life stressors, work stress and if we are to do a survey we can safely predict that the last five months have been the most stressful for all of us. This month in our newsletter we are continuing to provide tools and skills to help you rebuild your hope, resilience and manage stress levels as best as possible. We hope this piece provides support and we encourage you to reach out and utilize the counselling service for support. We are extending compassion and comfort to the many who are grieving and experiencing difficult emotions at this time. We encourage you to take the time to utilize the many tools and support systems around you to refuel and find balance.

August Newsletter


 

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