Featured Courses and Programs
This class offers an introduction to basic flame working glass techniques as an art medium. Students will learn how to manipulate solid hot glass in small scale and a larger in the flame shop. We stress a positive environment that allows the students to have an exciting and hot experience.
The primary goal of this course is to give students an introduction to basic glass making techniques. This course allows students to use glass to express their ideas. There will be demonstrations of each process, individual meetings, video & power point presentations, and a final critique at the end of the semester.
Please contact the Department of Art at (585) 395-2206.
College at Brockport SUNY Learning Network (SLN) Online Courses (585) 395-5734
The College at Brockport SUNY Learning Network (SLN) courses are offered asynchronously (i.e., anytime, anywhere) by accessing the Internet. They provide flexible scheduling and learning at any time for students who find it difficult to fit a traditional class into their schedules. Our SLN courses are taught and taken via the ANGEL Learning Management System (LMS), which is used college wide. To take a SLN course, you need to have access to a computer with a connection to the Internet (whether at home, school or work), possess or be willing to learn basic computer skills, and have the ability to work independently and keep yourself on schedule with your studies. If you are transferring SLN course credits into your program of study, first obtain verification in writing with your home campus that the course credit will transfer.
The Brockport Career Exploration Course (BCEC) is an internship program for undergraduate students from all disciplines. BCEC students work in paid and unpaid positions in career-related areas. The number of hours worked (40 - 240) per term determines the number of credits (1 - 6) earned. It is possible to earn up to 12 credits during the summer.
Formerly the Albany Semester Program, the Public Service Internship Program is an undergraduate internship program for students interested in the public sector (local, county, state, federal). Open to all SUNY students, the program offers a variety of paid and unpaid internships ranging from 3 to 15 credits.
For more information, contact Rob DiCarlo in Career Services at (585) 395-2159 or email email@example.com.
For other information on internship programs and to download applications, visit us online. You must be registered prior to starting your internship.
International Education (585) 395-2119
Study abroad is a life-changing, eye-opening experience. Students build confidence, make new friends, and challenge their assumptions of themselves and the world. The Office of International Education at The College at Brockport offers over 100 study abroad programs and internship placements for undergraduate and graduate students for credit. Summer programs (as well as semester and Intersession opportunities) are offered in these countries: Antarctica, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Chili, China, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Ecuador, England, Fiji, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, India, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Spain, South Africa, Thailand and Vietnam. Stop by our office in Morgan III.
Visual Studies Workshop
The Visual Studies Workshop is offering a variety of one-week summer workshops on photography, video/film production, computer imaging and artists' books. Each workshop is available as a two-credit graduate or a three-credit undergraduate course. For more information, contact the Visual Studies Workshop, 31 Prince St., Rochester, NY 14607, phone (585) 442-8676, email firstname.lastname@example.org.