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AS Enters Into Articulation Agreements With Variety of Institutions

AS Enters Into Articulation Agreements With Variety of Institutions

Alfred State (AS) has entered into articulation agreements with a variety of institutions, including high schools, community colleges, and master-degree-granting universities, in order to promote the easy transfer of qualified students between those institutions and Alfred State.

“We are excited about these opportunities to strengthen ties with our colleagues in higher education,” notes Charles V. Neal, associate vice president for Academic Affairs. “By working together, we can offer our students the finest education and the most efficient delivery.”

Among the most recent are an agreement between AS and Pioneer High School, Arcade, allowing interested Pioneer High School students who successfully complete six hours of veterinary technology elective credits and meet all academic standards required for admission into Alfred State to transfer those credits into the College’s veterinary technology program. Additionally, Broome-Tioga BOCES, Binghamton, has entered into an agreement with Alfred State whereby BOCES students who successfully complete its two-year animal science program and meet all academic standards required for admission into Alfred State, will receive six hours of veterinary technology elective credits.

Additionally, several community colleges have entered into agreement with AS, establishing articulation into Alfred State’s baccalaureate nursing program. Among those colleges are Finger Lakes Community College, Monroe Community College, Jamestown Community College, Erie Community College, Mohawk Valley Community College, and Genesee Community College.

Through the terms of these agreements, Alfred State agrees to accept, as third- year students, those individuals who have successfully completed the associate degree level nursing program at their respective community colleges.

Other agreements with community colleges include one whereby students graduating from any associate in applied science (AAS), associate in science (AS), or associate in arts (AA) program fulfilling a minimum of five SUNY (State University of New York) general education categories at Erie Community College may enter into Alfred State’s technology management baccalaureate program (BBA) and meet all academic standards required for admission into Alfred State will be accepted by AS with full junior status.

Jamestown Community College (JCC) and Alfred State have forged an agreement allowing graduates from the AAS human services or AS human services degree programs at JCC who meet all academic standards required for admission into Alfred State are guaranteed admission into Alfred State’s BS in human services management program with no more than four additional semesters of normal course work at AS.

The Utica School of Commerce has also entered into an agreement with Alfred State, allowing its students who successfully complete one of its business programs (AOS in business administration with a concentration in accounting, management, entrepreneurship, or general; or AOS in administrative specialist with concentration in coding and billing, executive, legal, medical transcription, medical, computer applications, or general; AAS in health service management; or AAS in non-profit agency management; or AAS in information systems specialist) may, if they meet all academic standards required for admission into Alfred State, enter Alfred State’s BBA degree in technology management with four semesters of additional course work.

Conversely, Alfred State and Rochester Institute of Technology have forged an agreement which allows AS students who meet admission requirements and a prescribed sequence of courses to enter RIT’s baccalaureate program in computer science as third-year students.

Alfred State and Monroe Community College have joined together to offer a 2+2 dual admission degree program agreement which allows students who successfully complete a prescribed set of courses leading to an associate’s degree from MCC to continue their studies at Alfred State with the understanding they may complete all requirements in the baccalaureate degree program within four semesters of full-time study. Graduates from MCC’s AAS in electrical engineering technology or AS in information technology may enter any of the following Alfred State baccalaureate programs: electrical engineering technology, information technology: applications software development; information technology: network administration; information technology: web development; or information security and assurance.

Alfred State has also entered into agreement with three MBA-granting universities: Alfred University, Niagara University, and St. Bonaventure University. The terms of the agreements, although they vary among institutions, note that based on prescribed requirements, Alfred State students who graduate with a bachelor’s degree, may enroll in any one of the universities’ MBA programs.

For more detailed information, please contact the Alfred State Admissions Office at 1-800-4-ALFRED or (607) 587-4215.