Sierra Nevada College (SNC) is a private, liberal arts university founded in 1969. It is known for its programs in entrepreneurship, English, teacher education, environmental science, computer science, entertainment technology, ski business and resort management, and is located in Incline Village, Nevada. The college is well known for its athletic programs, especially skiing and snowboarding. Athletic teams at SNC are collectively known as the Eagles. The Eagles were national champions in men’s snowboarding and women’s skiing in 2008 for Collegiate Skiing and Snowboarding.
Fourteen majors are offered via SNC’s departments of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Science, Business, and Science and Technology.
A Master of Arts (M.A.T.) degree as well as an initial teacher licensure in Nevada are offered through the colleges Teacher education program.
Students can complete their degrees online at Sierra Nevada College through the institution’s Online Adult Degree Completion Program.
Sierra Nevada College attracts students from Europe, the Far East and all parts of the United States.
999 Tahoe Boulevard
Incline Village, NV 89451-4269
Fax: (775) 831-6223
Contact: Bernie McConnell
Director of Admission
999 Tahoe Boulevard
Incline Village, NV 89451
Total undergrads: 390
Degree-seeking undergrads: 331
College has an application fee: No
Percent applicants admitted: Not reported
Arts, Visual & Performing
Arts – General B
Biological & Biomedical Sciences
Business, Management, & Marketing
Business Administration/Management B
Computer & Information Sciences
Computer Science B
English Language & Literature
English Language & Literature – General B
Health Professions & Clinical Sciences
Liberal Arts & Sciences
Liberal Arts & Sciences B
Global Studies B
Natural Resources & Conservation
Environmental Science B
Psychology – General B
Degree levels for each major are designated by the following letters:|
B = Bachelor’s degree
C = Certificate or diploma
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