General Education Transfer program

For Transfer to SUNY Institutions
In 1998, the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York adopted a General Education Requirement which specified that all SUNY baccalaureate degree candidates must complete a minimum of 30 credits of a comprehensive general education curriculum as a condition of graduation. For students who entered the State University prior to the fall of 2010, successful completion of one course approved in each of the ten Knowledge and Skill Areas, and overall competency in the areas of critical thinking and information management constitute completion of the SUNY General Education Program. For students who entered the SUNY system in the fall of 2010 or later, successful completion of at least three credit hours each in the areas of mathematics and basic communication as well as three credit hours each in at least five of the remaining eight Knowledge and Skill Areas, and overall competency in the areas of critical thinking and information management constitute completion of the SUNY General Education Program. Associate degree candidates who are planning to transfer to a SUNY four-year college or university should complete a minimum of seven of the ten knowledge areas as part of their AA or AS degree programs.

The approved CCC courses for each of the general education categories are as follows:

1. American History

HIS 101 History of Early America
HIS 102 History of Modern America

2. Basic Communication
COM 101 Public Speaking
ENG 101 English Composition
ESL 101 Composition for Non-native Speakers of English

3. Foreign Language
CHI 101 Elementary Mandarin Chinese I
CHI 102 Elementary Mandarin Chinese II
FRE 102 Elementary French II
FRE 201 Intermediate French I
FRE 202 Intermediate French II
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II

4. Humanities
ENG 102 Literature and Composition
FRE 250 Quebec Culture and Society
PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 102 The World’s Religions

5. Mathematics
MAT 103 Finite Mathematics
MAT 104 College Algebra and Trigonometry I
MAT 105 Technical Mathematics I
Math requirement met by prerequisite*

6. Natural Sciences
BIO 100 Human Biology
BIO 101 General Biology I
BIO 204 Microbiology
CHE 100 Introduction to Forensic Science
CHE 101 Applied Chemistry
CHE 111 General Chemistry I
ENV 101 Environmental Science
GEL 101 Physical Geology
MET 101 Meteorology
PHY 100 Conceptual Physics
PHY 111 General Physics I
SCI 101 Science Inquiry for Biology & Chemistry
SCI 102 Science Inquiry for Earth & Physical Science

7. Other World Civilizations
ENG 220 Multicultural American Literature
ENG 225 Nineteenth and Twentieth Century World Literature
HIS 132 History of the Modern World
HIS 250 Twentieth Century World History

8. Social Sciences
ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology
ECO 101 Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 102 Principles of Macroeconomics
PSC 100 Government and Politics in America
PSC 240 State and Local Government
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

National Academies Press The Future of the Survey of Income and Program Participation
Book (National Academies Press)

Have you looked into Management degree programs

2007-04-05 12:36:28 by Steve619

I am an Enrollment Advisor for a University called Ashford University. The school is located in a small town, Clinton, in Iowa. We recently rolled out the online program for which I work for. Our most popular degree is the Bachelors of Arts in Organizational Management. A very broad degree that allows more versatility.
We have a very flexible school schedule and transfer policy. You could transfer in your fashion credits and move forward with all the general education credits required. I would love to speak with you more about this. Our program is designed for the working adult and leads toward achievement of your degree

Multiple CC programs

2006-06-07 19:14:49 by TR26

There are indeed some community college degree programs that are industry/job specific. Some of them are high-demand, high-pay, including health care and accounting and electronics. Many are quite iffy, an AA in business management for example needs to be accompanied by some solid secondary credentials or one winds up a manager trainee at Wal-Mart.
But if the student is definitely transferring to a four-year college and earning a BA, she should take the transfer program courses at the community college. Those are the more generalized courses that are just what one would get in the first two years at a university; English comp, college math, intro to psych, basic communication, social sciences, humanities, etc

You might also like:

Gene Stewart, General Transfer
Gene Stewart, General Transfer
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing International knowledge transfer and development projects: A study of Finnish funded Community Health Education Program in Egypt
Book (LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing)
Praeger The Intergenerational Transfer of Cognitive Skills: Programs, Policy, and Research Issues, Volume 1 (Cognition and Literacy)
Book (Praeger)
INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND Governance, Corruption, and Economic Performance
ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing Physicians' perceptions of transfer of learning from Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs into practice: A case study.
Book (ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Publishing)

Individual Education Program

Health Educator degree Programs

Michigan Education Savings Program

Special Education Writing Programs