Delhi Logo
Mechatronics Design
Articulation Agreements
Earn College Credits in High School

The Mechatronics Design program at SUNY Delhi has been a statewide leader in developing Tech-Prep articulation agreements with high school technology programs and BOCES centers. A high school student may earn up to 6 college credits toward the Mechatronics Design associate degree while still in high school, free! The credits are granted after a student successfully completes the first semester of the Mechatronics Design program at Delhi. These agreements are advantageous to students in that they eliminate redundant course work, save money, and make the transition to college more efficient. 

If you’re not sure if your high school has an articulation agreement with SUNY Delhi’s Mechatronics Design Program, please contact:

Professor Michael Miller,
Instructor Will Warner,
Distinguished Professor Joseph Greenfield,




















Program Details



Connect with a 
Faculty Member

Talk Icon

Michael F. Miller

Lynn William Warner

Joseph I. Greenfield


American Design Drafting Association




Last Updated: 12/16/13