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Alfred State, SUNY College of Technology - 2016

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Engineering Technology Information

Degree Requirements

Bachelor's Degree Requirements

To be eligible to receive the degree of Bachelor of Science, a student shall satisfactorily complete a minimum of 120 credit hours. The student shall have a cumulative index of at least 2.0, shall have passed COMP 1503, and have an academic status of good standing. Of the 120 credit hours, 60 college-level credit hours must be in the liberal arts and sciences with at least thirty credit hours from general education approved courses. The general education core must contain basic communication (written and oral) and mathematics plus additional courses from at least five of the following eight other general education knowledge areas: natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, Western civilization, American history, other world civilizations, the arts, and/or foreign language. The general education core must also include proficiency (at the program level) of the following two general education competencies: critical thinking and information management. Additional credit hour requirements may be necessary to meet specific accreditation standards.

To be eligible to receive the degree of Bachelor of Technology or Bachelor of Business Administration, a student shall satisfactorily complete a minimum of 120 credit hours. The student shall have a cumulative index of at least 2.0, shall have passed COMP 1503, and have an academic status of good standing. Of the 120 credit hours, 30 college-level credit hours must be in the liberal arts and sciences with at least thirty credit hours from general education approved courses. The general education core must contain basic communication (written and oral) and mathematics plus additional courses from at least five of the following eight other general education knowledge areas: natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, Western civilization, American history, other world civilizations, the arts, and/or foreign language. The general education core must also include proficiency (at the program level) of the following two general education competencies: critical thinking and information management. Additional credit hour requirements may be necessary to meet specific accreditation standards.

To graduate, a student shall satisfy the requirements of the program in which he/she is matriculated and must apply, or the student can be recommended by his/her academic department. To receive a degree, 45 upper-division credit hours (not including challenge credit) are required, of which 30 (not including challenge credit) must be completed at this college. To be eligible to receive a degree, a student must complete and submit to the Registrar a Degree Application Form by the date established by the Registrar, or the student can be recommended by his/her academic department.