Ten DMACC Program Transfer Majors Added to Curriculum
DMACC Curriculum Commission adds 30 new or modified programs, certificates and transfer degrees.
All curriculum additions start when Fall 2020 classes begin on August 26.
Good opportunity for enemployed Iowans to start a new career path.
Curriculum additions will benefit those seeking
careers in Baking and Pastry Arts, Automotive Technology, Criminal
Justice, Water Treatment Technology, Python Software Applications,
Theatre and more.
DMACC is adding a Baking diploma to its Culinary Arts curriculum on the College's
and Honda PACT joins Ford ASSET, General Motors ASEP and MOPAR Chrysler
as Automotive Technology Partnerships offered at DMACC. Those are just a
few of the 30 new diplomas, certificates, Associate of Arts or
Associate of Applied Science degrees DMACC is adding to its curriculum
for the fall term.
“These new initiatives will allow students to
fulfill their career preparation through DMACC in both an affordable and
close to home setting," said Dr. Rebecca DeHart,
DMACC Newton Campus Mathematics Professor and Curriculum Commission Chair.
“These new programs have something of interest for most everyone, and
we are excited to start offering them starting in fall of 2020."
DeHart said the Curriculum Commission had a very busy year with more than 400 proposals considered.
She said since many people have recently lost jobs to the COVID-19 pandemic, now may be a good time to attend college.
many Iowans are currently unemployed, now is the best time to invest in
one's academic preparation to soon rejoin the workforce," DeHart said.
DMACC President Rob Denson said it is more important than ever for DMACC to continue serving its communities.
in a pandemic, we must continue to move forward with new programs and
classes that best serve the needs of our communities, business and
students," Denson said. "DMACC continues to grow and evolve. I want to
thank Dr. DeHart and her commission for moving forward with these new
offerings this fall."
Fall Semester classes at DMACC begin August 26.
more information on the DMACC curriculum additions, please contact Dr.
Steve Pankey, DMACC Director of Enrollment Services and Registrar, at
(515) 964-6210 or
Here is the complete listing of the 30 new or modified
diplomas, certificates, AA or AAS degrees DMACC is offering
beginning with the fall 2020 semester: