Science for Health Profession Careers
- Baccalaureate Nursing
- Physical Therapy
- Physician Assistant
Natural Science Careers
- Molecular Biology
- Industrial Chemistry
- Earth and Space Science
- Human Anatomy and Physiology
- Sports Statistics
- Aerospace Research
- Signal Processing
- Computer Network Design
- Elementary and Secondary Education
- Petrochemical Industry
- CNC Programming
- Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
- Electromechanical Technology
- Power Generation Technology
- Construction Industry
Delaware County Community College offers the programs that will prepare you for a successful career in one of the STEM fields. We have programs at all levels – from associate degrees that transfer to a four-year college to more focused career-track programs that quickly prepare you for jobs in today’s high-growth fields.
We offer programs for students of all kinds:
Are you interested in earning your bachelor’s degree?
The College offers college and university transfer programs. Spend your first two years with us and then transfer to a four-year institution to complete your bachelor’s degree. In the process, you’ll save thousands of dollars while getting the same top-quality education!
Ready to train for a good job now?
We offer career-track associate degree programs that will prepare you now for one of today’s in-demand jobs.
Do you want to improve your current skills and/or move ahead at work?
Classes in STEM fields are open to students in all our degree and certificate programs, as well as to those who simply want to take a course or two to improve their skills.
Returning to school after a break?
Delaware County Community College offers many support services designed to assist non-traditional students’ return to school. New Student Orientation helps you with the transition to college. To make your schedule fit your life, search our course schedule for classes that meet during the day, evening and on weekends as well as Online and Hybrid Learning classes.
The College’s New Choices Career Development Program is a free service that helps single parents, displaced homemakers and individuals in transition achieve economic security and self-sufficiency. Our Adult Basic Education (ABE) and General Educational Development (GED) programs teach you basic academic, job and life skills so you are ready for higher education, training programs and/or a job.
Read success stories from some of our non-traditional students.
Pursue your options in Mathematics, Science and Engineering and/or in Technology:
Mathematics, Science and Engineering
Our Division of Mathematics, Science and Engineering offers courses and programs in these areas:
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We’ll place you in the courses that are right for you and help you build the foundation necessary for advanced-level study, so you can meet your goals – whether your objective is a job or further study.
Combining theoretical instruction with laboratory experience and the use of the latest technologies, our courses range from general survey classes to advanced-level courses that transfer to four-year institutions. They are the same quality as those you’ll find at the region’s four-year colleges and universities.
Our accomplished faculty members bring to the classroom a combination of professional experience and advanced academic study. Best of all, they are committed to helping you succeed, wherever you are in your life and career.
Our facilities are top-notch. We offer our mathematics, science and engineering classes in the brand-new STEM Center, which opened in 2010 and contains state-of-the-art laboratories and the most advanced technology to enhance learning.
Learn more about the STEM Center
Learn more about the Division of Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering and view a full listing of all programs in the Division.
Delaware County Community College is a regional leader in technical education. Whether you’re training for your first job or retraining for a better one, you’ll find the programs, faculty, facilities and technology to give you the skills you need for today’s – and tomorrow’s – technical careers.
Our offerings range from the traditional skilled trades – automotive, electronics, HVAC systems, plumbing and welding – to high-tech engineering technology, all of which support the region’s industries with today’s in-demand highly skilled employees.
The College is especially well known for its engineering technology programs, including computer-aided drafting and design, power utility technology, electronics, nanofabrication, industrial systems, machine tool technology and more. These programs produce highly regarded graduates who are in great demand in the regional workforce.
Given today’s focus on green technologies and renewable energy, the College is developing new courses such as PV Solar, Weatherization, Green Roof Construction and Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems. We expect to add more green technology courses and to “green” our course offerings in the building trades and manufacturing, so our students will be prepared to fill these emerging career opportunities.
In the technical fields, the College offers programs leading to the associate in applied science degree (link 2.3.1) as well as professional certifications and certificates of competency and proficiency (link 2.4.1). These programs prepare you to meet the needs of local industries, or to continue your technical education to the next level.
Many of the College’s technical education programs are offered at the new Advanced Technology Center, which features advanced laboratories and state-of-the-art equipment in fields such as composite materials, industrial systems and machining.
“Our business and industry partners rely on the College to provide students who are well prepared in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math. We have provided students with STEM education and training to fill a wide variety of full- and part-time positions and internships with companies such as Sunoco, Boeing, CTDI, Synthes, Penn Machine Works, Inc., as well as numerous health and medical facilities in the region.”
Carlotta Daniels-Randolph, director, Student Employment and Co-Op Services