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(For students who wish to continue their education after Onondaga Community College)
Onondaga Community College maintains formal agreements, called “articulation agreements,” with other colleges, which guarantee that associate degree graduates may transfer with junior status without loss of credit. In many instances, specific programs of study have been defined, by course, with the transfer college. This means that the first two years of the four-year college program may be taken at Onondaga. Graduates who meet the established criteria - e.g., grade point average (G.P.A.) - may transfer all credits directly to the four-year college.
Final decisions regarding acceptance at the transfer institution rests solely with that institution. A grade of D will rarely transfer if it is earned in a student’s major program of study; in certain cases, a D grade will not transfer under any circumstance.
It is important that students who plan to transfer after completing their studies at Onondaga, consult from the beginning of their academic program with an advisor; such care in the selection of courses and curricula aid in the transfer of credits.
Any student interested in transfer to a SUNY campus can go to http://www.suny.edu/student to get information on transfer and planning guides for some programs.
Articulation agreements with four-year colleges are developed continually.
Computer Engineering B.S. Mechanical Engineering B.S. Electrical Engineering B.S. Industrial & Systems Engineering B.S.
Satisfy all General Education requirements
Agricultural Sciences Animal Science Applied Economics & Management* (Fall applicants only) Atmospheric Science Biological Engineering Biological Science* Biology and Society* Biometry & Statistics Communication Developmental Sociology Entomology Environmental Engineering Environmental Science and Sustainability (Science of Natural & Environmental Systems) Food Science Information Science International Agriculture & Rural Development Landscape Architecture (Fall applicants only) Nutritional Sciences Plant Sciences Science of Earth Systems Viticulture and Enology *Spaces for Applied Economics and Management, Biological Sciences, and Biology and Society are particularly competitive
Nutritional Science Human Biology Health & Society Human Development Policy Analysis & Mgmt.
Design & Environmental Analysis: 1. Interior Design 2. Facility Planning & Management 3. Human Factors/Ergonomics
Fiber Science & Apparel Design: 1. Apparel Design 2. Apparel/Textile Mgmt. 3. Fiber Science
Student will be accepted to Ithaca provided they meet the minimum cumulative grade point average required for transfer admission to a bachelor’s degree program.
B.S. in Management B.S. in International Business B.S. in Marketing B.S. in Finance B.S. in Entrepreneurship B.S. in Global Supply Chain Management B.S. in Business
B.A. in Political Science B.S. in Advertising and Public Relations B.S. in International & Global Studies B.S. in Journalism B.S. in Museum Studies B.S. in Philosophy B.S. in Public Policy B.A. in Sociology & Anthropology
OCC - RIT Political Science OCC - RIT Advertising and Public Relations OCC - RIT International Global Studies OCC - RIT Journalism OCC - RIT Museum Studies OCC - RIT Philosophy OCC - RIT Public Policy OCC - RIT Sociology Anthropology