MEETING CORTLAND’S GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
A.A. or A.S. degree holders who complete courses in all ten Knowledge and Skill areas of the SUNY-Mandated General Education requirement will be considered as having met Cortland’s General Education requirement.
Course equivalencies have been established between SUNY Cortland and DCC in most academic subject areas. Visit:http://www.cortland.edu/admissions/transferequivalencies.html
for further details.
*COMPREHENSIVE ARTICULATION AGREEMENT: Under the terms of this agreement, students are generally granted full credit for prescribed courses completed at DCC, given full junior status, and should be able to complete the bachelor’s degree at SUNY Cortland with four semesters of full time study. DCC and SUNY Cortland have articulated the following Associate and Baccalaureate degree programs of study:
DCC PROGRAM OF STUDY
SUNY CORTLAND PROGRAM OF STUDY
Criminal Justice A.S. Degree
Criminal Justice B.A. Degree
Liberal Arts & Sciences: Science A.S. Degree
Biomedical Sciences B.S. Degree
*For further details, contact the Office of Counseling and Career Services, Orcutt Student Services Building, room 301, (845) 431-8040 .