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“As a Delta student I accomplished all of my educational goals:
graduating in three years without sacrificing any learning opportunities,
participating in three hands-on experiences in the corporate workplace,
and most importantly maturing as an educated person of the world.”

The Program

Students in the Delta College Program matriculate in an undergraduate degree program at the College and complete at least one academic major. Completing the Delta College Program allows students pursing Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree programs to graduate with 99 credit hours instead of 120 credit hours, if they have met the requirements of their degree program and major.

The Delta College curriculum meets the requirements of The College at Brockport's General Education program, combined with professional development, and learning experiences.

Curriculum Overview

    Delta Orientation, a first-year orientation course that focuses on the adjustment to college life and the development of writing skills.
    Nine Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Courses, which are equivalent to The College at Brockport’s General Education Program.
    Three Professional Development Seminars that link the general education knowledge and competencies with the experiential learning requirements. They also explore local, national, and global issues and present their findings using innovative techniques and media. Additionally these three seminars together fulfill The College's required computer competencies.
    Three Experiential Learning Practicums that provide students with the opportunity to encounter firsthand the social, cultural, and global issues discussed throughout the course of their study.  Students attain experiences through a first-year and second-year internships (DCC 235 and 355) and a culminating Delta Capstone (DCC 420) that can be a semester-long internship related to the academic major, a semester abroad, or an individually-tailored series of  experiences. 
    Students fulfill the General Education Math requirement through an approved course in statistics.
    Students fulfill the foreign language requirement of their degree program.