The Fine Arts & Social Sciences (FASS) Division includes many exciting programs and courses, meeting the diverse goals of Mott Community College students. We have a broad range of classes which meet General Education requirements in Social Sciences (SOC), Humanities (HUM) and Information Technology (INT).
The FASS Division also features programs designed to prepare you for a career in creative fields and human services. Students who want to work with people may consider earning an Associate of Applied Science degree or certificate in Corrections, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education or Social Work. People who want to work with their hands and their ideas can earn AAS degrees or certificates in Graphic Design, Media Arts & Entertainment Technology, or Photography.
Are you interested in pursuing graphic design in print, web, multimedia, video and motion graphics, illustration, comics or animation? You will find one of the three main tracks in the Graphic Design degree program a fulfilling and challenging objective.
Get general information regarding the Graphic Design Program at MCC
Looking for a career in music production, recording, and audio engineering?
Learn the technical, logistical, and creative skills to be competitive in today's
music technology or sound engineering job market.
For general information regarding the Music Programs at MCC visit music.mcc.edu
The AAS in Photography will provide training to land that entry-level position as a commercial and portrait studio assistant, technical sales representative, freelance photographer, or a digital processing technician. Other career options include: communications, public relations, graphic design, fine arts or journalism.
This competency based program focuses on NAEYC Standards. With an AAS in Early Childhood the student is eligible for positions as classroom assistants, childcare center staff, as well as before and after school programs.
The Elementary Education pathway at Mott Community College prepares students to transfer to a four year college or university to complete his or her training to be a certified elementary school teacher.
It is the mission of the psychology discipline at MCC to provide an effective learning environment where students develop critical thinking skills which lay the groundwork for future educational experiences.
The program prepares graduates to qualify for Registration as a Social Service Technician under the Michigan Bureau of Health Professions. Employment opportunities exist in social work, agency work and/or substance abuse treatment.
The Early Childhood Learning Center accepts young children that are 2 1/2 - 4 years of age. The MCC ECLC provides Before and After Care as well as daycare. Assistance in paying for childcare may be provided by DHS or Pell.
Have you thought about becoming a police officer? Do you desire to make a difference by protecting others and our homeland? Not sure if you have what it takes or how to enter the process? Begin your career now.
The exhibition of over 300 student works was juried by the MCC Art Faculty and included drawing, painting, printmaking, 2-D design, sculpture, ceramics, graphic design, and photography.