Academic Programs


The curricular offerings of the Academic Division are designed to provide academic courses equivalent to the first two years of college or university work that will be applicable to a baccalaureate or professional degree. The program a student plans to follow should be as parallel as possible to that of the freshman and sophomore years of the college or university to which he/she plans to attend. Students are encouraged to follow the course of study as outlined for the freshman and sophomore years, by the senior college to which the student plans to transfer after graduation. These programs are designed so that students can earn the two-year Associate of Arts Degree prior to transferring from Mississippi Delta Community College. Students who wish to pursue a bachelor's degree must transfer to a senior college or university.

MDCC participates, along with all other Mississippi Community and Junior Colleges, in an articulation agreement with all Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning, signed July, 2005. This agreement allows for over 160 prescribed areas of study, developed to allow ease of transfer from community colleges to the four-year institutions. This link exhibits the majors most frequently pursued by Mississippi Delta Community College students. These checklists are reflective of the courses guaranteed for transfer and graduation if followed. Students must consult with advisors in their area of study in order to stay on track toward successful transfer and graduation. However, all majors are available, through request, from the Office of Instruction or any MDCC academic advisor.

The academic courses offered by MDCC follow the uniform course numbering system for public junior/community colleges in Mississippi. The numbers for university parallel courses carry four digits. The first digit indicates the year that the course is normally taught. Generally courses required or recommended for freshman begin with a "1" and courses at the sophomore level begin with a "2". The fourth digit indicates semester-hour credit carried by the course. The second and third digits are used to separate courses within departments. The course descriptions are those adopted in the uniform numbering system and are intended to be equivalent to those courses offered at the same level at four-year institutions.

MDCC Withdrawal Policy


Teresa Webster
Vice President of Instruction
Boggs-Scroggins Student Services Building
Room 320

Sandra Joiner
Administrative Support for the Office of Instruction
Boggs-Scroggins Student Services Building
Room 319

Entertainment Industry Studies

Entertainment Industry Studies
Entertainment Industry Studies is a new major at Mississippi Delta Community College. The Entertainment Industries Studies major is essentially a Music Business associates degree. Upon passing the curriculum required, students can earn an Associate of Arts degree in the field.

Potential careers with this major are electronic production and design, audio engineering, music directing, programming, recording engineer, event production, media development and so much more.

Aside from core curriculum, students will be required to take some business courses and basic computer skills for musicians, computer recording I and II, audio engineering I and II and survey of popular music. 

For more information, contact Ben Folk at

Courses offered Fall 2018:
MUS 1413 - Basic Computer Skills for Musicians | Tues/Thurs, 10:50-12:05
MUS 1423 - Survey of Popular Music | Tues/Thurs, 9:25-10:40
MUS 2413 - Computer Recording I | Mon, 12:15-2:45
MUS 2443 - Audio Engineering I | Wed, 12:15-2:45

The Business Department


The Business Department houses two different majors, both of which transfer to a 4-year university.

Business offers core courses and general business courses which will lead to junior level courses majoring in Accountancy, Banking and Finance, Economics, General Business, Insurance, International Business, Marketing, Management, etc.  Click here to view the Business Administration check sheet.

Computer Information Systems offers core courses and general computer courses which will lead to junior level courses majoring in Programming/Analysis, Information Technology, and other related computer careers.  Click here to view the Computer Information Systems check sheet.


Name Courses 
Office Location
Office Phone Email
Teresa Webster, Chair Vice President of Instruction Boggs Scroggins 320 662-246-6317
Brenda Bridgers Computer Apps I
Horton 129A

Greenwood Center (Tuesdays/Thursdays)

Steve Ross Computer Apps I Library 130

(Mondays/Wednesdays and Tuesday night)

Michelle Street Business Stats
Legal Envir. of Business
Horton 131



The Art Department


The Art Department is dedicated to education, research and service in the visual arts. Our faculty of visual artists, designers, art historians, and art educators provide a stimulating educational environment that encourages and develops a visually literate student. Students in the Art Department have access to a variety of media in the context of a liberal arts education. Ceramics, painting, graphic design, computer graphics, art history, and art education are all available for studies in our program. Specific degree information can be found in the MDCC Catalog.

The Art Department is located in the Yeates Fine Arts Building. The Fine Arts Building also houses the the Jean Abrams Art Gallery, where art exhibits are held.


Jennifer Woodard,
Chair of Fine Arts

Nancy Stone-Streett

Josh Vincent

Art Department

The College Prep Department

college prepThe College Prep courses are designed to help each student elevate his/her skills according to individual needs. These courses are available to those students who need assistance in related academic areas, such as English, Math, and Reading. Students must make a "C" or better in each College Prep course and/or meet the requirements of any exit exam at the end of each course in order to be eligible for full admission status. A student who fails to meet these standards in College Prep courses will be required to re-enroll in the courses and will not be eligible for full admission until the exit standards are met in each College Prep course.


Dawn Herring, Chair

Debbie Blanks

Claire Green

Anita Horn

Valarie Morgan