Academic Requirements

Sussex County Community College Course Schedules: By registering early, you’ll get a head start on selecting classes you will need to complete your degree requirements plus create a schedule that fits. View the most current course offerings plus added, modified, or canceled course information on your My Sussex Student Portal. 

Course Descriptions: Course descriptions are available in the SCCC College Catalog or on the My.Sussex Portal.
To find descriptions for each course click here. Each course has a Course Code that links to the description pertaining to that course.

View the SCCC College Catalog

General Education Requirements

General Education courses provide college graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to communicate well, use technology, understand scientific developments, and function effectively as members of an educated society. To view a full list, view our College Catalog on General Education Requirements.

All degree programs at Sussex require the student to complete a certain number of general education courses in addition to specific courses that comprise the student’s major program of study. 

For questions about general education requirements, you should speak to your academic advisor.

Liberal Arts Electives

Liberal Arts Electives provide comprehensive, non-specialized study with the typical liberal arts discipline, the humanities, the behavioral and social sciences, mathematics, and the natural sciences. 

Review the following courses that qualify as Liberal Arts Electives except those noted. Transfer institution policies vary.

Developmental Studies Courses

Developmental courses are designed for students who are working to successfully transition to the College credit curriculum. These courses serve as a bridge between students’ current educational level and the College classroom experience. Students in Developmental Studies-level courses are ensured personal attention and frequent interaction with instructors.

Developmental courses are offered in three skills areas: integrated reading & writing, math, and algebra. Courses are scheduled each semester, day and evening, and most summer sessions.