Transfer Agreements Position College as First Option for Those Seeking Bachelor’s Degrees

October 22, 2019

Pennant with the National Transfer Student Week logo

Several new transfer agreements signed over the past eight months – from Business Administration to Digital Media – provide another compelling reason for graduating high school students to start their higher education at Hudson Valley Community College.

This week, Oct. 21-25, is National Transfer Student Week, which promotes and encourages the support of students who transfer from two-year to four-year colleges to complete their education.

The college also this week announced an expansion of academic transfer agreements with the University at Albany.

“Hudson Valley has an excellent track record of moving students successfully from graduation directly into junior status at four-year colleges and universities,” said college President Roger A. Ramsammy. “These new agreements are an expansion of the many opportunities we already offer current and prospective students. Hudson Valley is an affordable option and a smart choice for students on the path to a bachelor’s degree and beyond. More than half of our graduates continue their education at the baccalaureate level. ”

The new transfer agreements include:

  • Hudson Valley’s A.A.S. in Mortuary Science will transfer to SUNY Canton’s B.Tech in Funeral Services Administration
  • Hudson Valley’s A.A. in Liberal Arts and Science: Humanities and Social Sciences, Communications Media and Non-Media tracks will transfer to SUNY Cobleskill’s B.S. in Communication in Technology
  • Hudson Valley’s A.A.S. in Community Health Navigation will transfer to The College of Saint Rose’s B.S. in Public Health
  • Hudson Valley’s A.A.S. in Civil Engineering Technology will transfer to SUNY Delhi’s B.Tech. in Construction Management; Design and Building
  • Hudson Valley’s A.A.S. in Construction Technology—Building Construction will transfer to SUNY Delhi’s B.Tech. in Construction Management; Design and Building
  • Hudson Valley’s A.S. in Business Administration will transfer to The Sage College of Albany’s B.S. in Business
  • Hudson Valley’s A.A.S. in Early Childhood Education will transfer to The Sage College of Albany’s B.S. in Childhood Education
  • Hudson Valley’s A.S. in Digital Media will transfer to SUNY Oneonta’s B.S. in Digital and Studio Art.

In addition, a renewed agreement with Binghamton University will allow qualified graduates of the our Engineering Science A.S. degree program to enroll in computer, electrical, mechanical and industrial and systems engineering programs at SUNY Binghamton’s Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science.

More Information

For up-to-date information on the college's transfer agreements, visit the Center for Careers and Transfer on the second floor of Siek Campus Center or call (518) 629-7326.

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