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Atlantic Cape Community College and SUNY Maritime College Sign Articulation Agreements for Seamless Transfer between Degree Programs

December 9, 2016

Atlantic Cape Community College and SUNY Maritime College recently signed four articulation agreements that will enable students who complete an associate degree at Atlantic Cape to progress seamlessly toward a bachelor’s degree at SUNY.

Students must complete an associate degree with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 at Atlantic Cape to be admitted to a bachelor’s degree program at SUNY Maritime College, located in Throggs Neck, New York. Transfer agreements will be offered for the following degrees beginning in the Spring 2017 semester:

·         An associate of science degree in Environmental Science will transfer to a bachelor of science degree in Marine Environmental Science which may be completed in four semesters plus two summer internships.

·          An associate of science degree in Business Administration will transfer to a bachelor of science degree in International Transportation and Trade which may be completed in four semesters plus one summer internship or study abroad.

·         An associate of science degree in Engineering will transfer to a bachelor of engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering which may be completed in four semesters plus two summer internships.

·         An associate of science degree in General Studies will transfer to a bachelor of science degree in Maritime Studies which may be completed in four semesters plus two summer internships.

 For more details on these four transfer programs, including course descriptions and credit requirements, contact Wendy Gray, program officer, at 609-463-6786 or wgray@atlantic.edu.

Atlantic Cape has transfer agreements with more than 30 colleges and universities nationwide, allowing students to save thousands of dollars in tuition, fees and college-related costs by earning an associate degree at the community college, then transferring to a four-year school to earn a bachelor’s degree. To learn more about Atlantic Cape’s transfer programs, visit www.atlantic.edu/ and click on Transfer Agreements.