Jul 18, 2019
Associate in Science Degree1
Students whose academic goals cannot be attained through existing programs may be allowed to structure individualized degree programs. Qualified students develop, with an advisor, an “area of concentration.” This area of concentration must be a cohesive program of study clearly related to employment or upper division academic goals.
Completion of the Individual Studies Program can lead to an Associate in Science (AS) or Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree. The degree will depend upon the student’s future academic and/or career goals. The AS degree program is designed for baccalaureate transfer, and the AAS degree is designed for immediate employment. and professional development. Admission into the Program requires that the student develop a Plan of Studies that is approved by the Program coordinator.
This is not a program for students unsure of their goals or simply exploring several areas of study.
For additional information, contact the Program Supervisor.
Program supervised by:
Douglas Garnar, Coordinator
Office: Titchener Hall, 211B
Telephone: 607 778-5378
Student’s Area of Concentration: 30-33 Credits
English, Humanities, Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Social Sciences 30 Credits
Distributed as follows:
Social Science 6 Credits
(3 must be designated Civic Education courses)2
Mathematics Requirements (High School Background) Grade of 85 or higher on high school Course III Regents exam or Math B exam, or successful completion of high school Math 12 meets SUNY Gen. Ed. and BCC requirement.
Laboratory Science 8 Credits
Electives to make 63 credit total
Physical Education 2 Credits
One Credit minimum from:
A Liberal Arts certificate is available.
1Students in both AS and AAS programs must satisfy General Education requirements.
NOTE: Two Writing Emphasis Courses are required after ENG 110 and before ENG 220
NOTE: Students interested in General Studies sequences in Art and Design, Elementary Education, Music and Theatre should refer to General Studies sequences in Liberal Arts and Related Careers Programs.