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SUNY ESF/Syracuse Connection

Students in the Park and Outdoor Recreation program have the option to concentrate in either of the following two areas. Students interested in either concentrations must discuss this with their academic advisor upon acceptance to the college.

 

Environmental Science and Forestry (2+2)

The ESF articulation program is designed for those students who ultimately desire a Bachelor of Science degree in the environmental sciences and/or forestry. After the first two years of study at SUNY Delhi, students may transfer to a four-year college or university to major in any one of a number of programs. Graduates of Delhi's ESF advisement option receive an A.A.S. in Individual Studies and generally gain admission with full junior-class status to ESF, as well as other four-year colleges.

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Forest Technology (1+1)

Delhi also offers a 1+1 concentration for students who desire an A.A.S. degree in Forest Technology through ESF's School of Forest Technology at Wanakena. Students receive a liberal arts background with an emphasis in mathematics and science during the first year of study at Delhi. The second year is spent at ESF's Wanakena Campus, located on the western edge of the Adirondack Mountains. Courses at Wanakena are almost totally technical in nature, and 50 percent of students' studies are devoted to field exercises.

Admission Requirements

Courses recommended by transfer agreement with ESF/Wanakena:

*Courses will be chosen in consultation with the students academic advisor.  Students choosing to complete their first year of course work through Delhi’s NRRS program will also be required to take PRKM 100  (1 cr.).

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Michael Branigan
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Last Updated: 12/6/13