College Catalog Fall 2012 - Spring 2013

SUNY General Education Requirement

The SUNY General Education Requirement (SUNY-GER) enables students to acquire knowledge and skills that are useful and important for all educated persons, regardless of their jobs or professions. (SUNY Board of Trustees Resolution, January 2010).

The 10 General Education (GE) subject areas are:

An up-to-date list of all approved SUNY Delhi courses that satisfy the GE subject areas can be found on the Current Students page at www.delhi.edu .

NOTE:  If you entered SUNY between fall 1998 and fall 2009, you may need to complete courses in each of the ten areas, but your advisor may tell you about other options. If you entered SUNY before 1998, the SUNY-GER may not apply.

SUNY-GER for A.A. and A.S. Degree Programs

If you enter SUNY Delhi in fall 2012 or later as a beginning or transfer student, to earn a SUNY Delhi A.A. or A.S. degree you must meet Part 1 and Part 2 requirements below.  Students in A.A. and A.S. programs who plan to transfer to a SUNY four-year school bachelor degree program are advised to try to complete that institution’s SUNY-GER requirements for the bachelor’s degree before transferring.

Part 1 - Earn 21 credits in courses in the following ten GE areas:

Four required areas:

Basic Communication (GE10*) 
American History (GE4)
Mathematics (GE1)
Natural Sciences (GE2)

 

At least one of these two areas:  

Social Sciences (GE3)

Western Civilization (GE5)

At least one of these two areas: Humanities (GE7) The Arts (GE8)
At least one of these two areas: Foreign Language (GE9) Other Word Civilizations (GE6)

*Students are strongly encouraged to include additional course work in Basic Communication.

Part 2 - Demonstrate competency in the following two SUNY GE areas in ways permitted by your campus:

Two required areas:                   Critical Thinking
Information Management                       


SUNY DELHI-GER for Bachelor's Degree Programs

If you enter SUNY Delhi in fall 2011 or later as a beginning or transfer student, to earn a SUNY Delhi bachelor's degree you must meet Part 1 and Part 2 requirements below. 

Part 1 - Earn 30 credits in courses in the following ten GE areas:

Four required areas:

Basic Communication (GE10*) 
American History (GE4)
Mathematics (GE1)
Natural Sciences (GE2)

 

At least one of these two areas:  

Social Sciences (GE3)

Western Civilization (GE5)

At least one of these two areas: Humanities (GE7) The Arts (GE8)
At least one of these two areas: Foreign Language (GE9) Other Word Civilizations (GE6)

*Students are strongly encouraged to include additional course work in Basic Communication.

Part 2 - Demonstrate competency in the following two SUNY GE areas in ways permitted by your campus:

Two required areas:                   Critical Thinking
Information Management                       
 

 

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Last Updated: 7/17/12