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Continuing Education Credit Courses

SUNY Delhi welcomes individuals interested in non-matriculated or non-degree studies. "Non-matriculated" simply means that a student has not been formally admitted to a degree or certificate program, but is enrolled in credit-bearing courses. Students take courses in non-matriculated status for a variety of reasons, which may include:

  • To become familiar with the college environment and college-level work
  • To improve academic standing before applying for matriculated admission to a degree program
  • To complete program prerequisites or General Education requirements before starting a degree program
  • To meet job advancement needs or build skills for employment
  • For personal interest and enrichment

Non-matriculated students are classified as part time, taking fewer than 12 credit hours per semester and are not eligible for financial aid. Learn more about the policies and requirements for non-matriculated students.

Please contact the Registrar's Office with questions. 

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Some things to keep in mind:

  • Registration will depend on seat availability and application date.
  • Registration is NOT guaranteed.
  • We recommend making back-up arrangements in case we cannot accommodate you.
  • Academic Advisement for non-matriculated students is available and highly encouraged.  Please contact us to schedule an appointment. 
High school students have the opportunity to take a variety of current SUNY Delhi classes on campus or online. Courses are taught by SUNY Delhi professors and are a great way for students to get a jump start on earning college credits and gain experience with college-level classes.
 

Early College Program

The Delhi Early College Program is for qualified high school students who want to take a course with a SUNY Delhi professor on the SUNY Delhi campus or online to earn college credit. This program is for high school juniors and seniors who have maintained a minimum high school GPA of 80 or higher.

  • Students must obtain permission of their parent and school counselor.
  • Students register through the Office of Continuing Education and Professional Studies (see registration information below).
  • Students pay full tuition rates and campus fees.
  • Early College students are not eligible for financial aid.
  • Payment is due at the time of registration.
  • Credits may be eligible for transfer to other colleges and universities. The decision to accept transfer credits from SUNY Delhi is at the discretion of the receiving institution.
  • Click the link below to search available courses. Click on course titles to see number of available seats.
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For more Information:
Contact the SUNY Delhi Office of Continuing Education and Professional Studies at 607-746-4545 or at CEPS@delhi.edu 
 

Early College Program in Environmental Studies or Sustainability

Juniors and seniors in high school are invited to take advantage of our new Early College Gen-Ed Advisement Program that allows you the chance to complete courses that count toward any SUNY college’s general education requirement before you even get your high school diploma!  

Special Focus on Environmental Studies & Sustainability 
Students interested in any field can take advantage of this program, but this is a particularly exciting opportunity for your students who are interested in science, sustainable practices, and environmental protection. Students who participate in this program are guaranteed acceptance to Delhi's associate degree in Environmental Studies or our bachelor's degree in Sustainability which can lead to work that can benefit our economy, society, and environment. This is a seamless pathway that can lead to early college graduation!

How does it work?   

  • This program is open to high school juniors and seniors who have maintained a minimum GPA of 80 or higher.
  • Students can enroll in one or more classes each semester. Most classes are offered asynchronously with no set meeting time.
  • If students pass the classes offered in this program, they will earn up to 21 credits from SUNY Delhi. The selected courses fulfill requirements for the SUNY gen-ed curriculum. Any of the courses can transfer to other colleges to fulfill requirements for gen-eds and/or count toward an associate or bachelor's degree. Typically, colleges require a grade of C or better (policy set at the discretion of the receiving institution). See FAQ below for more details on transferring credit.
  • Classes are all taught via online instruction by SUNY Delhi professors.  We have been a leader in online education for the past decade and provide online students with access to our online learning platform Vancko Hall (Moodle), academic support, and full library services.

Program Details 

Courses offered in the fall semester (August -December): 

Courses offered in the spring semester (January - May):  

Once you begin taking classes as part of the Early College Program for either the Environmental Studies AS or the Sustainability BS, you are welcome to join us in the summer for a picnic and field trip at SUNY Delhi’s Outdoor Education Center!  The advisor for these academic programs, Dr. Jack Tessier, will lead the day’s festivities.  It is a great opportunity to visit Delhi, meet fellow students, talk to faculty in the programs, and tour the campus.  Check your SUNY Delhi email for the day and time each summer.

How to Get Started

Seats in these classes are guaranteed for students who sign up in advance (by February 15 for the fall semester and by October 15 for the spring semester).  This may seem early, but we cannot guarantee availability of spots in the class after these dates due to registration by other SUNY Delhi students.   

You can inquire about signing up for classes after these dates and we can check the course availability on a case-by-case basis. 

Benefits

  • Classes are offered online, so no need for students to travel to campus, and coursework can be completed on their own schedules.
  • The SUNY gen-ed requirements are the same at every SUNY college for almost all associate and bachelor's degrees. Why not let a student's first experience in a college course class be with SUNY Delhi faculty who have small classes and a strong reputation for student support? 
  • Credits can also transfer to private colleges. See FAQ below for more details about transfer credit.
  • Early exposure to a college class and interaction with college professors.
  • A great opportunity for students to start their college classes early and gear up to graduate from college earlier than planned.
  • In-person summer field day at the SUNY Delhi Outdoor Education Center and special tour of our main campus.
  • Guaranteed admission to SUNY Delhi's Environmental Studies and/or Sustainability degrees. Receive special advisement for completion of these degrees from science professor Dr. Jack Tessier.

Cost

Each course is three credit hours and would cost $885.00* per class.  Students would also pay the comprehensive student fee of $55.10* per class to allow access to support services like our online learning platform Vancko Hall (Moodle), our online library resources, technology support, and more.  (*These are current 2020-2021 academic year rates. Amounts are subject to change each year.) 

Questions?  

Contact Dr. Jack Tessier at tessiejt@delhi.edu or 607-746-4483. 

Ready to sign up? 

Fill out the early college form!

Contact the the SUNY Delhi Office of Continuing Education and Professional Studies at CEPS@delhi.edu or 607-746-4545 with any questions.  

FAQs: 

  • Do I apply through the Admissions Office? 
    • Early College Students must register through the Office of Continuing Education & Professional Studies by filling out the Early College Form. Please do not fill out an application or register for classes online through the Registrar's Office or Admissions Office.
  • Are there scholarships, grants, or loans available?
    • Early College students are not eligible for financial aid through SUNY Delhi.
  • When do we pay our bill?
    • Payment is due at the time of registration.
  • Do these classes meet at a specific time?
    • Most courses will be delivered asynchronously, meaning the class does not meet at a specific time or date, and coursework is assigned via our online learning management software (Vancko Hall).
  • Are these credits guaranteed to transfer to any other college? 
    • The decision to accept transfer credits from SUNY Delhi is at the discretion of the receiving institution. Generally a grade of C or better needs to be earned for another institution to accept the credit, but this can vary based on individual college policies.  
      While the SUNY Gen-Ed requirements are the same across every campus, each subject area has several classes that can meet the requirement. Some specific degree programs at certain institutions may prefer their students to take a certain class that can satisfy both a gen-ed and major-related requirement. If that is the case, any of the classes in this Early College Program could count toward elective credits instead of fulfilling a gen-ed requirement. If you are interested in a specific degree program at another institution, it is recommended that you reach out to that institution for advisement prior to registration.

Careers in Environmental Studies and Sustainability

Career

Description

Every Applied Career based on a Delhi associate degree (Automotive, Carpentry, Construction, HVAC, Electrical, Event Management, etc.)

Choosing to conduct your career in a way that respects the economy, society, and environment.  The New York City Department of Environmental Protection has careers related to most of Delhi’s associate degrees, and they want to hire students who have added on the BS in Sustainability. 

Community Planner

Makes decisions about what should be built, where, how, and for whom. 

Ecotourism

Manages efforts where tourists see an ecosystem from the eyes of the local people who use its resources. 

Energy Manager

Makes decisions about what types of energy to use and how they will be provided. 

Environmental Consultant

Hired by developers to assess environmental impacts of building to determine what areas need to be avoided and what mitigation techniques are required. 

Environmental Educator

Teaches people about environmental topics in formal and informal settings. 

Environmental Lawyer

Takes on cases related to environmental laws and actions related to those laws. 

Family Business

Join your family’s business and move it in a sustainable direction.

Farming

Grow food in a sustainable way that makes money, provides healthy food for people, and protects ecosystems. 

Fish and Game Warden

Enforce laws related to hunting and fishing. 

Fundraiser

Work with an organization to obtain funding for their efforts via donations and grants. 

Interior Design

Design the inside of homes and businesses to promote health and environmental responsibility. 

Journalist

Write pieces to help people make sustainable decisions in their own lives. 

Landscaping

Design the outside of homes and businesses to promote health and environmental responsibility. 

Lobbyist

Work to influence politicians to make sustainable decisions. 

Municipal Waste Manager

Find ways to minimize waste production and manage waste to recover it for future use. 

Natural Resource Management

Develop and implement ways to manage resources such as soil, water, air, forests, wildlife, etc. 

Non-Government Organizations

Work for groups focused on the economy, people, and the environment, such as The Nature Conservancy, Audubon Society, Sierra Club, Earth Justice, the Natural Resources Defense Council, Adirondack Mountain Club, Doctors without Borders, Habitat for Humanity, etc.

Policy Analyst

Assess public policy for its sustainability and work to make it more so. 

Public Relations Specialist

Interact with the public on behalf of a business or organization. 

Sustainability Manager

Assess a business for its sustainability and develop plans to make it support the economy, society, and the environment. 

New York State DEC Conservation Officer

Keep the peace in State Parks, manage trails, enforce fish and game laws, search and rescue, etc.  New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

Civil Service Careers

Roles such as foreign affairs, human resources, program management, financial management, Visa management, public affairs, contracts, etc.

(New York State Department of Labor, U.S. Department of State Civil Service Job Categories

*Here are more ideas: Best Colleges Sustainability Careers

*Investigate career options and the relative number of openings at U.S. Department of Labor O*Net Online

 

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