Associate in Science
Chairperson: Antoinette Howard
Higbee Hall, Room 109, (518) 629-7250
The Liberal Arts and Sciences: Adolescent Education (Teacher Education Transfer), A.S. program provides students with foundations to pursue the rich and rewarding field of secondary education. By completing courses in the liberal arts, education and an academic concentration, students will be able to achieve effective transfer to four-year programs leading to teacher certification in Adolescent Education (grades 7-12) by the State of New York. Concentrations include English, History/Social Studies, Math, Biology, Earth Science, Chemistry and Physics.
Many four-year institutions require specific course grades and degree GPA as part of the transfer application. For specific information on the SUNY TETT go to http://www.suny.edu/teta/.
Transfer credit is evaluated at the student’s request. Transfer credit will be awarded at the discretion of the department chair in accordance with the college and discipline specific departmental policies to support the educational plan made between the academic advisor and the student. The use of transfer credit may affect transfer to other two- and four-year programs, as well as financial aid eligibility.
Program Entrance Requirements
|Algebra and geometry or 2 units of equivalent academic math and 1 unit of any lab science
||Fall and Spring
||Students seeking concentrations in math, biology, chemistry, earth science and physics must meet prerequisites for math and science courses as listed in the concentration.
||78 or above