Curriculum

First Semester
Credits
ENG 103 Freshman Composition and Literature I  
3
COM Elective (SUNY Gen. Ed. Basic Communication)
3
MAT Elective (SUNY Gen. Ed. Mathematics)
3-4
Language (SUNY Gen. Ed. Foreign Language)1
3
History (SUNY Gen. Ed. American History or Western Civilization)
3
PEH/HEA/FYS Elective
1
Total Credits: 16-17
Second Semester
Credits
ENG 104 Freshman Composition and Literature II
3
Language (SUNY Gen. Ed. Foreign Language)1
3
Science with Lab (SUNY Gen. Ed. Natural Sciences)2
4
Philosophy 3
Social Science (SUNY Gen. Ed. Social Sciences or Other World Civilizations)
3
Total Credits: 16
Third Semester
Credits
ENG - 200 Level
3
Humanities/Fine Arts2
3
Science (with or without laboratory)2
3-4
Social Science
3
SUNY Gen. Ed. Elective3
3
Total Credits: 15-16
Fourth Semester
Credits
History
3
Transfer Path/General Electives4
6
General Elective (GLAD course recommended)5
3
Humanities/Fine Arts
3
Total Credits: 15
Total Program Credits: 62-64

Notes:

1. ESL 115 and ESL 116 can also be used to fulfill the language requirement. A waiver must be approved by the Chair of the Languages Department. In addition, two additional SUNY Gen. Ed. courses would need to be taken from at least two of the following categories: American History, Western Civilization, Other World Civilizations, and The Arts. These two courses must also be designated Liberal Arts courses.

2. These courses must also be designated Liberal Arts courses.

3. SUNY Gen. Ed. elective cannot be taken from the Basic Communication or Foreign Language categories.

4. The exact number of credits will vary according to course choices and should bring the total program credits to the 62 minimum. Consult with an advisor if you plan to complete a SUNY transfer path.

5. Any three credits of General Electives will meet the requirement, but it is recommended that the student take a three-credit GLAD course if a GLAD course has not already been used to fulfill other requirements. A list of GLAD courses can be found in the Catalog.