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DUAL ADMISSION AGREEMENT -
#EF6B (Part A)
The following information has been assembled to assist those students who have been accepted into the Dual Admission program with the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. By completing the following courses, students will fulfill the requirements for the NCCC associate degree listed above, and simultaneously complete the first two years of the ESF baccalaureate degree listed above. If you have any questions, contact your NCCC advisor, the NCCC Counseling Center (room G223), or the ESF Admissions Office (phone 800-777-7373).
DUAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Completion of the AS degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences: Math and Science including all courses listed on the curriculum guide with a minimum GPA of 2.00 overall. All courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.
SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION 2000 REQUIREMENTS (for students who started college in the Fall 2000 semester or later). The State University of New York's General Education Requirement applies to all state-operated institutions offering undergraduate degrees. It requires baccalaureate degree candidates, as a condition of graduation, to complete a General Education program of no fewer than 30 credit hours specifically designed to achieve the student learning outcomes in ten knowledge areas and two competencies, as specified below:
Knowledge and Skill Areas (met through designated courses):
(codes in parentheses are used by NCCC to identify appropriate courses)
US History (U)
Basic Communication (C)
Natural Science (N)
Western Civilization (W)
The Arts (A)
Social Science (S)
Other World Civilization (O)
Foreign Language (L)
Competencies (infused throughout the General Education program):
Community Colleges are not bound by the 30 credit hour requirement; however, students who plan to start at a community college and then transfer to a SUNY school to earn their baccalaureate degree should complete as many general education courses as they can while they are at the community college.
This information is provided by the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and is subject to change. It is intended for the sole purpose of general guidance, not as a statement of official policy. Applicants to ESF (except Dual Admission applicants) must adhere to the policies and procedures in effect at the time of transfer. Students are encouraged to contact the ESF Admissions Office for additional and/or updated information.
For the latest information visit the dual admission website at http://www.niagaracc.suny.edu/dualadm/