JAMESTOWN — Jamestown Community College has signed transfer agreements for several degree programs with Alfred State College and the State University of New York at Fredonia.
The agreement with SUNY Fredonia guarantees acceptance of JCC students who graduate with an Associate of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences: Teacher Education Transfer degree and a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 into SUNY Fredonia’s early childhood education/childhood education program.
Students can generally complete the bachelor’s degree in four or five semesters at SUNY Fredonia, depending on their certification area. Students must complete at least 45 credit hours at SUNY Fredonia.
Guidelines are also outlined for JCC students interested in transferring into Alfred State’s forensic science technology or biological science programs.
The agreement guarantees acceptance of JCC students with junior standing and the opportunity to complete the bachelor’s degree in forensic science technology in four semesters at Alfred State. JCC students must graduate with an Associate in Science degree and meet GPA qualifications. Students who take courses specified in the agreement as part of their associate’s degree can complete the bachelor’s degree in four semesters at Alfred State. Students can transfer up to the equivalent of 87 required Alfred State credits for the biology option of the degree, and up to the equivalent of 79 required Alfred State credits for the chemistry option.
JCC students who achieve a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 and have passing grades in specified courses can complete Alfred’s associate degree biological science program in two semesters.