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Transfer Opportunities

Qualified graduates of this program can expect to be accepted for further professional study at four- or five-year schools in a variety of related fields including architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and construction management. Although the number of transfer credits accepted are ultimately at the discretion of receiving institutions, experience has shown that qualified Architectural Technology graduates can expect to transfer most, if not all, of their Onondaga credits.

A sampling of receiving institutions include:

  • University at Buffalo: Architecture
  • SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry: Landscape Architecture, Construction Management
  • Syracuse University: Architecture, Interior Design
  • Boston Architectural College: Architecture
  • many other upper-division schools all over the U.S.

This program, with appropriate substitutions, is also approved by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry for transfer with junior standing into the Wood Products Engineering and Landscape Architecture programs.