Articulation Agreement for transition from SUNY Broome Community College Business Administration to SUNY Oneonta B.S Business Economics.
This agreement is intended to facilitate the transition of graduates from an associate degree program at SUNY Broome Community College (SUNY Broome) to a baccalaureate degree program at SUNY Oneonta (Oneonta). Oneonta and SUNY Broome recognize their responsibility to students from their region, as well as from the rest of New York State, to insure a smooth transition from a two-year institution. Both institutions have made a strong commitment to help transfer students maximize their opportunities.
|Broome Course Number||Broome Course Title||Broome Credits||Oneonta Course Number||Oneonta Course Title||Oneonta Credits|
|BUS 122||Self-Management||3||BUS 10E||Business Elective||3|
|BUS 100||Financial Accounting I||4||ACCT 10E||Accounting Elective||4|
|BUS 118||Business Law I||3||LAW 10E||Law Elective||3|
|BUS 141 and
|MKTG 261||Fundamentals of Market
(students must take BUS 238)
|ENG 110||College Writing I||3||COMP 100||Composition||3|
|BUS 101||Financial Accounting II||4||ACCT 100||Financial Accounting||4|
|BUS 115||Business statistics||3||STAT 101||Intro to Statistics||3|
|BIT 200||Spreadsheets w/ Bus Appl||3||INTD 107||Intro to Spreadsheets Appl.||3|
|BUS 246||Principles of Management||3||MGMT 241||Fund of Management||3|
|BUS 210||Managerial Accounting||4||ACCT 122||Managerial Accounting||4|
|College Algebra for Business or
|Gen Ed||US History, FLAN||3||Elective||General Education||3|
|BUS 215||Managing Diversity in Organizations||3||MGMT 10E||Management Elective||3|
|ECO 110||Microeconomics||3||ECON 111||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|Gen Ed||Lab Science||4||Elective||General Education||4|
|Gen Ed or
Communicating about Ideas & Values
|Gen Ed||Western Civilization or
Arts or Other Western Civilizations
|ECO 111||Macroeconomics||3||ECON 112||Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|BUS 116||International Business||3||BUS 10E||Business Elective||3|
|Total Credits Transferred||64|
|Remaining credits for BS
(36 LA; 39 UPPR)
UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE & GEN ED 3 REQUIREMENTS
These requirements are TENTATIVE for students matriculating or choosing curricula in the 2020-2021 terms.
Completion a minimum of 120 s.h.
- Some majors require more than 120 s.h. Review the college catalog major listings for more information.
- Students are limited in the number of PHED activity (PACT attribute) s.h. they may earn as part of their degree. For students who matriculated prior to Fall 2009, the maximum number of PACT s.h. is 6. For students who matriculated Fall 2009 or after, the maximum number is 12. Any excess beyond the maximum permitted will require an equal number of additional non-PACT s.h.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – completion of a minimum of 90 s.h.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) - completion of a minimum of 60 s.h.
Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) – completion of a minimum of 30 s.h.
Completion a minimum of 45 s.h. of 200 & 300 level courses
Completion of General Education 3 (GE3) (30 s.h. with 7 of 10 areas met including Oral Skills)
Completion of an Oral Skills course and one of the SUNY GE3 courses from NS3 or SS3.
Completion of a minimum of 45 s.h. in residence (Oneonta coursework).
30 of the last 60 s.h. must be completed with Oneonta coursework.
One-half of any major/minor must be completed with SUNY Oneonta coursework.
Completion of a maximum of 60 s.h.in the department of the major for B.A. and B.S. degrees*
Completion of a maximum of 90 s.h.in the department of the major for the B.F.A. degree
*Exception: Majors in the department/schools of Human Ecology; Economics & Business; Foreign Languages; English; Mathematics, Comp. Sci & Stats; and Communication & Media may have no more than 60 s.h. in any single discipline. For Human Ecology, the single discipline groups are FOOD & NUTR; CONS, CHLD, & FAMS; and FASH. For English, the single discipline groups are ALIT, ELIT, WLIT & LITR; LING; and COMP.
Completion of a minimum of 60 s.h. of non-major (department) coursework for B.A. and B.S. degrees*
Completion of a minimum of 30 s.h. of non-major (department) coursework for the B.F.A. degree
*Exception: Majors in the department/schools of Human Ecology; Economics & Business; Foreign Languages; English; Mathematics, Comp. Sci & Stats; and Communication & Media need at least 60 s.h. outside a single discipline from their field of study. For Human Ecology, the single discipline groups are FOOD & NUTR; CONS, CHLD, & FAMS; and FASH. For English, the single discipline groups are ALIT, ELIT, WLIT & LITR; LING; and COMP.
All courses in the major/minor core must be taken for a letter grade unless offered P/F only.
No more than two courses may overlap between or among majors/minors. Any excess in overlap requires the completion of additional coursework in the field.
Exception: Education majors with non-education dual majors have no overlap restriction.
A minimum 2.00 GPA is required.
- OVERALL GPA – calculated using all courses completed at SUNY Oneonta.
- MAJOR GPA – calculated using the highest SUNY Oneonta grades earned to complete the minimum major requirements.
- MINOR GPA – calculated using the highest grades earned to complete the minimum minor requirements.
Some majors have higher GPA and minimum grade requirements. See the College Catalog major and course descriptions for details.
B.S. Business Economics Major (Total: 57 s.h. )
Bolded courses taken at the two- year college:
Study Within the Major Field: 42 s.h.
- ACCT 100 - Financial Accounting 3 s.h.
- ACCT 122 - Managerial Accounting 3 s.h.
- ECON 111 - Principles of Microeconomics 3 s.h.
- ECON 112 - Principles of Macroeconomics 3 s.h.
- ECON 211 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3 s.h.
- ECON 212 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3 s.h.
- FINC 231 - Corporation Finance 3 s.h.
- LAW 222 - Legal Environment of Business 3 s.h.
- MGMT 241 - Fundamentals of Management 3 s.h.
- MGMT 343 - Organizational Behavior 3 s.h.
- MGMT 345 - Strategic Management 3 s.h.
- MGMT 353 - Production & Operations Management 3 s.h.
- MIS 351 - Management Information Systems 3 s.h.
- MKTG 261 - Fundamentals of Marketing 3 s.h.- only if students also take BUS 238
Courses in Related Areas: 15-16 s.h.
- STAT 101 - Introduction to Statistics 3 s.h.
- MATH 105 - Pre-calculus 3 s.h.
- MATH 223 - Calculus I 4 s.h.
- INTD 106 - Fundamentals of Word Processing 1 s.h.
- INTD 107 - Introduction to Spreadsheet Applications 1 s.h.
- INTD 108 - Introduction to Database Applications 1 s.h.
- CSCI 100 - Introduction to Computing Technology 3 s.h.
- COMP 100 - Composition 3 s.h.
- COMM 100 - Introduction to Communication 3 s.h.
- COMM 110 - Public Speaking 3 s.h.
- COMM 225 - Argumentation 3 s.h.
- COMM 227 - Small Group Communication 3 s.h.
Note: Restrictions: Advancement in the major is based upon maintaining satisfactory performance. A grade of "C" or better must be maintained in all required course work.
Note: Oneonta will implement a new course numbering system effective fall 2022. The major requirements listed in the agreement will not change. The agreement will remain in effect under our current numbering system.