Transfer Opportunities

According to the Census Bureau, people with Bachelor's degrees have lower rates of unemployment than those with less education. More than 30% of Americans ages 25 and older have earned a Bachelor’s degree.

After earning an Associate degree, you can use your college credits toward a Bachelor’s degree — either in Queensbury at the Regional Higher Education Center or at a number of colleges that offer “2 plus 2” transfer programs. You can transfer from SUNY Adirondack to other four-year schools within the SUNY system or other private colleges and universities to complete your final two years of a Bachelor’s degree.

SUNY Adirondack students have the opportunity to take advantage of several unique dual admission and seamless transfer degree programs, completing the first two years of a Bachelor’s degree at SUNY Adirondack while choosing from some of the best schools in the region to complete a four-year degree in specific degree programs, including:

  • SUNY Plattsburgh
  • Paul Smith’s College
  • Siena College
  • The College of Saint Rose
  • The University of Albany

Be sure to talk with a transfer counselor in the SUNY Adirondack Counseling Center for up-to-date transfer information and help.

Explore transfer opportunities with the SUNY system.

The following schools offer transfer agreements or "2 plus 2" programs with SUNY Adirondack: 

SUNY COLLEGES

SUNY Albany

Dual Admissions Program Agreements
Atmospheric Science BS
Biological Science BA
Biological Science BS
Chemistry BA
Chemistry BS
Forensic Chemistry BS
Mathematics BA
Mathematics BS
Physics BS
Computer Science BA
Computer Science BS

Additional Agreements (SUNY Albany)
Liberal Arts AA (Anthropology Concentration) to Anthropology BA
Liberal Arts AA (Art Studio Concentration) to Art BA
Art History BA
Rhetoric & Communication BA
Liberal Arts AA (English Concentration) to English BA
Creative Writing AA to English BA
History BA
Human Biology BS
Music BA
Theater BA
Philosophy BA
Psychology BA
Sociology BA
Business Administration BS
Criminal Justice BA
Liberal Arts AA to Homeland Security BA/BS
Criminal Justice AS to Homeland Security BA/BS
Computer Science AS to Computer Engineering BS
Engineering Science AS to Computer Engineering BS
Liberal Arts AA (Political Science Concentration) to Political Science BA
Public Policy & Management BA
Social Welfare BS

 

SUNY Canton College of Technology
**Business Administration AS to Management BBA
**Criminal Justice AS to Law Enforcement Leadership BT
Criminal Justice AS to Criminal Investigation BT
**Criminal Justice AS to Homeland Security BT
Info Technology-App Development AAS to Information Technology BT
Info Technology-Bus Management  AAS to Information Technology BT
Info Technology-End User Support AAS to Information Technology BT
Info Technology-Networking AAS to Information Technology BT
**Nursing AS to Nursing BS
Veterinary Technology (one-plus-one)
** Can also be completed online.
 
SUNY Cobleskill, College of Technology
Culinary Arts AAS to Culinary Arts Management BBA
 
SUNY Cortland
Adventure Sports AAS to Outdoor Recreation BS
 
SUNY Delhi College of Technology
Hospitality Management
Nursing RN to BSN
 
SUNY Empire State College
General Agreement
Nursing RN to BSN
 
SUNY Environmental Science & Forestry
1 + 1 Programs
Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation (one-plus-one)
Forest Technology (one-plus-one)
Land Surveying Technology (one-plus-one)
Bachelor Degree Programs
Aquatics and Fisheries Science
Bioprocess Engineering
Biotechnology
Chemistry
Conservation Biology
Construction Management
Environmental Biology
Environmental Education and Interpretation
Environmental Health
Environmental Resources & Engineering
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Forest Ecosystems Science
Forest Health
Forest Resource Management
Landscape Architecture
Natural Resources Management
Paper Engineering
Paper Science
Sustainable Energy Management
Wildlife Sciences
 
SUNY Fredonia
Molecular Genetics
 
SUNY IT @ Utica/Rome
Business Admin. AS to Business Admin. BS
Networking AAS to Telecommunications BS
 
SUNY Morrisville
Information Technology
Network Administration
 
SUNY New Paltz
Anthropology
Art History
Art Studio
Biology
Chemistry
Communication Disorders
English
Geological Sciences
History
Mathematics
Political Science
Psychology
 
SUNY Oneonta
Anthropology
Biology
Biology with Ecology Track
Biology with Human Biology Track
Earth Science
Environment Science with Earth Science
Environmental Science and Planning
Environmental Science with Biology
Geology
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology
Water Resources
 
SUNY Oswego
General Agreement
 
SUNY Plattsburgh
 
Nutrition

Accounting BS
Business Administration BS
Economics BA or BS
Entrepreneurship BS
Finance BS
Global Supply Chain Management BS
International Business BS
Management BS
Management Information Systems BS
Marketing BS
Liberal Arts AA (Art Studio Concentration) to Art BA
Liberal Arts AS (Biology Concentration) to Biology BS
Psychology BA

 
SUNY Potsdam
Anthropology
Archeological Studies
Art History
Art Studio
Biochemistry
Biology (B.A.)
Biology (B.S.)
Business Economics
Chemistry (B.A.)
Chemistry (B.S.)
Childhood/Early Childhood Education
Community Health
Computer Science
 
SUNY Upstate Medical University
Medical Imaging Radiography (X-ray) BS
Medical Imaging Sciences/Ultrasound BS
Medical Biotechnology BS
Medical Technology BS
Radiation Therapy
Respiratory Therapy

Nursing BS

 

 

Castleton University
Nursing RN to BSN
 
Chamberlain College of Nursing
Nursing RN to BSN
 
Clarkson University
Business Administration
 
College of Saint Rose
Business Admin AS to Business Admin BS
Business Admin AS to Accounting BS
Criminal Justice AS to Criminal Justice, Behavior and Law BS
Radio/TV Broadcasting AAS to Communications BA

Dual Agreements (College of Saint Rose)
Biology Adolescent/Special Education BA/MSED
English Adolescent/Special Education BA/MSED
Math Adolescent/Special Education BA/MSED
Social Studies Adolescent/Special Education BA/MSE

 
Grand Canyon University
Nursing RN to BSN
 
Hartwick College
AA or AS Degree General Agreement
 
Houghton College
AA or AS Degree General Agreement
 
Maria College
Nursing RN to BSN
 
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
Biology
Business Administration
Childhood Education
Computer Science
Environmental Studies
Fine & Performing Arts
History
Interdisciplinary Studies
Mathematics
Philosophy
Physics
Psychology
Radio/T.V. to Broadcast Media
Secondary Education
Sociology
 
Paul Smiths College
Recreation, Adventure Education and Leisure Management BS
Biology BS
Environmental Sciences BS
Fisheries and Wildlife Science, Fisheries Concentration BS
Fisheries and Wildlife, Wildlife Concentration BS
Forestry BS
Hospitality, Resort and Tourism Management BS
Natural Resources Management BS
 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Engineering
 
Rochester Institute of Technology
Computer Science
 
Sage Colleges
Accounting A.A.S. to Accounting B.S.
Business Administration
Computer Science to Comp Infor Systems
Computer Science to Network Admin
Criminal Justice A.S. to Law and Society B.S.
Environmental Science
Nursing RN to BSN
Visual Arts BA
 
Siena College
Approved Franciscan Concern Courses
Business Administration A.S. to Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management or Marketing B.S.
Computer Science A.S. to Computer Science B.S.
Creative Writing A.A. to English B.A.
Criminal Justice Substance Abuse A.A.S. to Social Work B.A.
Criminal Justice Substance Abuse A.A.S. to Psychology B.A.
Criminal Justice Substance Abuse A.A.S. to Sociology B.A.
Engineering Science A.S. to Chemistry, Computer Science or Physics B.S.
Liberal Arts A.A. to American Studies B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Economics B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to English B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to French B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to History B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Philosophy B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Political Science B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Psychology B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Religious Studies B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Sociology B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Spanish B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Social Work B.A.
Liberal Arts A.A. to Environmental Studies B.A.
Liberal Arts A.S. to Biochemistry B.S.
Liberal Arts A.S. to Biology B.S.
Liberal Arts A.S. to Chemistry B.S.
Liberal Arts A.S. to Environmental Science B.S.
Liberal Arts A.S. to Mathematics B.S.
Liberal Arts A.S. to Physics B.S.
Management, Marketing & Entrepreneurship A.A.S. to Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management or Marketing B.S.
 
University of North Dakota
Chem Engineering (online)
Elect Engineering (online)
Mech Engineering (online)
 
University of Rhode Island
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering (Biology Track)
Computer Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Ocean Engineering

 

 

 

 

"I graduated SUNY Adirondack with my Associate degree in Business Administration ... I had such a great experience here, I decided to stay and pursue my business degree at SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury, here on the SUNY Adirondack campus."

Matt Stevens
2016 SUNY Plattsburgh Graduation Speaker

Regional Higher Education Center

PARTNERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Since 1986, SUNY Plattsburgh and SUNY Adirondack have partnered to provide area students with convenient and affordable pathways to completing Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. As the anchor program of the J. Buckley Bryan, Jr. Regional Higher Education Center on SUNY Adirondack’s Queensbury Campus, Plattsburgh has continued to expand its offerings over the last three decades to adapt and respond to the needs of an evolving workforce.

SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury serves more than 350 full- and part-time students in undergraduate and graduate degree programs, such as:

Undergraduate

  • B.A. in Criminal Justice
  • B.S. in Business Administration
  • B.A. or B.S. in Psychology
  • R.N. to B.S.N. in Nursing

Graduate

  • M.S. Ed. in Teaching and Learning
  • Advanced Certificate in Early Childhood Education
  • M.S. for Teachers (Childhood and Adolescence)
  • Graduate Certificate in Teacher Leadership
  • C.A.S. in Educational Leadership-School Building Leader
  • Graduate Certificate School District Leader