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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2006

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Articulation Agreements

Ithaca College has a number of articulation agreements with area community colleges and other two-year colleges. These agreements make it possible for students to plan a program of study that begins with an associate degree at a two-year college and leads to a four-year degree from Ithaca College. These agreements are designed to maximize the number of credits students will be able to transfer to Ithaca. Areas of concern such as admission to Ithaca College, financial aid, and campus housing are clearly discussed.

Articulation agreements are made with specific programs at the two-year colleges and require students to complete one of these degree programs with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher. Each agreement specifies how coursework in the associate degree program applies to the Ithaca College baccalaureate degree program and recommends appropriate courses to complete at the two-year college. Articulation agreements also specify courses that must be taken at Ithaca College to maximize the likelihood of completing the baccalaureate degree in two years of additional study.

Students interested in admission to Ithaca College through an articulation agreement are encouraged to contact the Office of Admission during the first of their associate degree programs.

For more information and/or copies of the agreements, contact the Office of Admission, 800-429-4274 or 607-274-3124.

Two-Year Degree and Major
Ithaca College Degree and Major
Broome Community College
 

A.S. liberal arts: physical education
transfer

B.S. physical education (teaching)

Cayuga County Community College

 

A.A.S. accounting

B.S. accounting

A.S. business administration

B.S. business administration

A.A. liberal arts and science
-- humanities and social science

All majors H&S

A.S. liberal arts and science
-- mathematics

All majors H&S

A.S. liberal arts and science
-- mathematics and science

All majors H&S

A.A.S. telecommunications
-- audio-radio production/career

B.S. television-radio/audio production

A.A.S. telecommunications
-- radio and television broadcast/career

B.S. television-radio/video production

Corning Community College

 

A.A.S. accounting

B.S. accounting

A.S. business administration

B.S. business administration

A.S. 31 liberal arts and sciences
-- humanities and social science

B.S. television-radio with a concentration in video production

A.S. 31 liberal arts and sciences
-- humanities and social science

B.S. physical education (teaching)

A.S. 31 liberal arts and sciences
-- humanities and social science

B.S. leisure services (recreation management)

Herkimer County Community College

 

A.A.S. human services

B.S. community health education with a concentration in gerontology, nutrition, planned interdisciplinary combination (PIC), or worksite health promotion

A.A.S. liberal arts and sciences
-- physical education

B.S. health education (teaching)

 

B.S. physical education (teaching)
B.S. health education and physical education (teaching)

A.A.S. radio-television broadcasting

B.S. television-radio

Monroe Community College

 

A.A.S. accounting

B.S. accounting

A.S. business administration

B.S. business administration

A.A.S. visual communications technology: photo/television

B.S. television-radio with a concentration in audio production; video production

A.A. liberal arts and sciences
-- humanities and social science

All majors H&S

A.S. liberal arts and sciences
-- general studies

All majors H&S

A.S. liberal arts and sciences
-- science

All majors H&S

A.S. liberal arts and sciences
-- physical studies

B.S. clinical/exercise science

A.S. physical education studies

B.S. physical education (teaching)
B.S. health education and physical education (teaching)

A.S. general studies

B.S. leisure services (recreation management)

A.S. liberal arts and sciences
-- general studies

B.S. community health education with a concentration in gerontology, nutrition, planned interdisciplinary combination (PIC), or worksite health promotion

A.A.S. dental hygiene

B.S. health education

Onondaga Community College

 

A.S. recreational leadership

B.S. leisure services (recreation management)

SUNY Cobleskill

 

A.A. in social sciences
-- physical education

B.S. physical education

SUNY Morrisville

A.S. sports, nutrition, and fitness management

B.S. clinical/exercise science

Tompkins Cortland Community College

 

A.A.S. accounting

B.S. accounting

A.S. recreation leadership

B.S. leisure services (recreation management)

A.A.S. chemical dependency counseling

B.S. community health education with a concentration in planned interdisciplinary combination (PIC)

A.S. math/science

B.S. community health education with a concentration in nutrition
B.S. community health education with a concentration in planned interdisciplinary combination (PIC)
B.S. health education (teaching)
B.S. health and physical education (teaching)

A.A. liberal arts and science
-- humanities

All majors H&S

A.S. liberal arts and science
-- math and science

All majors H&S

A.S. liberal arts and science
-- social science

All majors H&S

   

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