The Liberal Arts and Science - Humanities and Social Science degree parallels the first two years of a baccalaureate level program in the liberal arts.
The curriculum provides a foundation of core courses, and electives allow you to discover a breadth of knowledge and focus on a particular field of study.
Students in this program also have the opportunity to pursue dedicated SUNY Transfer Paths. The tracks offered in this program help students transfer seamlessly from coursework at Hudson Valley to associated programs at SUNY four-year colleges and universities.
These tracks parallel the first two years of a bachelor's degree program and include the following:
Art History and Gallery Studies
- Communications (Media)
- Communication (Non-Media)
- Political Science
Highly motivated students may consider entering the college's HonorScholar program.
The majority of students graduating from the Liberal Arts and Sciences - Humanities and Social Science program continue their education at a four-year college or university. This is primarily a transfer program.
This program is offered by the Liberal Arts Department.
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- Students studying in this program may be able to take part in the college's HonorScholar program, which allows them access to honors-level, seminar style coursework.
- The program can be customized to fit each student's schedule, allowing for part-time study, evening courses, summer courses and Web-based courses.
- SUNY Transfer Paths allow those students who are interested in continuing their education at a SUNY college or university to identify specific coursework that will seamlessly transfer to the SUNY institution of their choice.
Program can be completed by attending online.
Program can be completed by attending entirely in the evening.
Career and Transfer Opportunities
The liberal arts open students to a wide breadth of knowledge, and consequently students in these programs pursue an equally wide variety of careers. Graduates of this program generally pursue these fields at their transfer institution: Behavioral and Social Science, Communication, Foreign Studies, Journalism, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, History and English.
Graduates of the Liberal Arts and Science program regularly transfer to top four-year colleges and universities, including: The College of Saint Rose, SUNY Cortland, Russell Sage College, SUNY New Paltz, Siena College, SUNY Oneonta, SUNY Binghamton, SUNY Plattsburgh, SUNY Brockport and The University at Albany.
The Center for Careers and Transfer offers Career Services and Transfer Services to all students.
For more information regarding this program, contact:
Liberal Arts Department
Fitzgibbons Health Technologies Center, Room 334
For more information about admission to this program, contact:
Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 223