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SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE AND                                                            Department of Agricultural Science, Dairy Management
                                                                                     & Agricultural Business
NATURAL RESOURCES                                                                    Agricultural Business (A.A.S.)
                                                                                                 Business
Dean: Dr. Christopher Nyberg                                                                     Technology
Marshall Hall                                                                                    Transfer
Telephone: 315-684-6083 Fax: 315-684-6125                                            Agricultural Business Development (B.B.A.)
www.morrisville.edu                                                                  Agricultural Science (A.A.S.)
                                                                                                 Agriculture Technology
Agriculture and related industry is the nation’s largest industry in terms of                    Agronomy
number of people employed (22 percent of the national work force), capital                       Animal Science
investment, total production and services. The need has never been greater                       General Transfer
for young men and women who possess high levels of agricultural skills to            Animal Science - Dairy (A.A.S.)
produce, process and market food and fiber while maintaining the delicate            Dairy Management (B.Tech.)
balance required to insure a desirable human environment.
                                                                                     Department of Equine Science
Industries which provide capital, machinery, equipment, chemicals, fertilizers,      Equine Racing Management (A.A.S.)
seed and services used in today’s food and fiber system will need ever-increasing    Equine Science and Management (A.A.S.)
numbers of technically trained people. Allied areas such as the growing horse        Equine Science (B.Tech.)
industry in New York State and the horticultural industry will also need young                  Breeding Management
people with higher levels of technical skills.                                                  Racing Management
                                                                                                Science and Management
In addition to agricultural production and agri-business, the need to maintain,                 Business Management
utilize, conserve and enjoy natural resources is becoming increasingly
important. Issues such as acid rain, air pollution, water quality, and groundwater   Department of Environmental Sciences
contamination need to be addressed. Technically educated young people are            Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences (A.A.S.)
needed more than ever before to address these issues.                                Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation (A.S)
                                                                                     Natural Resources Conservation (A.A.S.)
Agriculture 2000, a New York state project which studied agriculture today           Renewable Energy Technology (A.A.S.)
and in the future, indicated that in the last 50 years the structural change         Renewable Resources Technology (B.Tech.)
in the food and agriculture industry has been most rapid. New technology
has resulted in the improvement of food distribution system, expansion of            Department of Plant Sciences
markets, development of new and more efficient products and an increase in           Horticulture (A.A.S.)
our mobility. A more productive, efficient, and effective food and agriculture                  Floral Design
system is emerging.                                                                             Horticulture Production
                                                                                                Landscape Development
To prepare students for a career with endless possibilities, or to provide them                 Landscape Architectural Studies (A.S.)
with an educational background for transfer to a four-year program, Morrisville      Horticulture Business Management (B.Tech.)
State College’s School of Agriculture and Natural Resources offers the following
programs, arranged by program area, which lead to one of three designated
degrees and one certificate:                                                         Facilities
                                                                                     The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources operates an Agricultural
Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)                                                     Station comprised of crop, dairy, equine and service components. The station
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.)                                                is used as a research and teaching laboratory. The college’s registered Holstein
Associate in Occupational Studies (A.O.S.)                                           herd is one of the top herds in New York State. To further enhance the quality
One-year certificate                                                                 of education, a new state-of-the-art Dairy Complex, was recently completed.
                                                                                     The facility contains a milking parlor and a multipurpose classroom hooked up
The A.A.S. degree allows students to transfer to a four-year college or go           to new dairy cattle management software.


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directly into the work force. The A.O.S. degree is designed for students who
want to enter the work force immediately after graduation. The certificate is        The Equine Facility includes a 34,000 square foot breeding and hunter jumper
for students who want advanced training in areas they studied in high school         facility. This state-of-the-art facility includes a breeding and foaling barn, a
vocational agriculture programs or in BOCES programs. The Bachelor in                hunter jumper barn, five-stall stallion barn, a complete breeding laboratory,
Technology degree allows students to become specialized in an applied area           collection area, laptop classroom and a new 100’ x 200’ indoor riding arena.
prior to entering the work force.
                                                                                     A 90’ x 300’ indoor riding arena and a new 100’ X 200’ western training
Department of Agricultural Engineering                                               arena, stables, paddocks, round pens, hot- walker, and riding trails are provided
Agricultural Engineering Technology (A.A.S.)                                         on an 80-acre site used in the Equine Science and Management program. In
Agricultural Mechanics (A.O.S.)                                                      addition, the college provides a regulation one-half mile harness racing track
Diesel Equipment Technology (A.A.S.)                                                 and Eurociser for use in the Equine Racing Management program. An
Diesel Technology (A.O.S.)                                                           18-stall draft and driving horse complex is the main facility for the draft horse
Renewable Energy Technology (A.A.S.)                                                 program.
Agricultural Mechanics (Certificate)
                                                                                     Including the agricultural station, the college maintains approximately 1,000
                                                                                     acres of farm land, managed plantations, farm ponds, and farm wood lots for
                                                                                     instruction in conservation, forestry, plant and wildlife studies. Horticulture
                                                                                     facilities include three greenhouses and an instructional building which houses
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       laboratories and classrooms. There are, in addition, an arboretum and floral          To insure the academic integrity of its curriculum, several programs are
       gardens, an additional greenhouse and expansion and renovation of the Spader          accredited by national accrediting agencies, and others are in the process of
       Horticultural Building.                                                               obtaining such accreditation. The accounting, business administration,
                                                                                             computer and information technology, and office technology programs are
       There are also specialized facilities for courses in agricultural engineering that    fully accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs
       include diesel engines, electrical, refrigeration, water supply, hydraulics, farm     (ACBSP). Morrisville State College is the only college of agriculture and
       machinery, agricultural structures, and tractor maintenance and overhaul              technology in New York State to obtain ACBSP accreditation.
       laboratories. Separate laboratory and classroom facilities are provided for
       botany, agronomy and natural resource conservation.                                   The following degree and certificate programs are administered by the School
                                                                                             of Business:
       In the area of agronomy, the school operates a soil testing laboratory, GPS/GIS
       technology lab and a teaching and research crop operation.                            Accounting (A.A.S, A.S.)
                                                                                             Business Administration (A.A.S., A.S.)
       Aquaculture facilities include an operational fish hatchery and grow-out              Business Administration (B.B.A.)
       complex with tanks, raceways and ponds producing trout and tilapia species.           Casino Careers Professional Development
       They study the campus as an industry by measuring and quantifying its                 (Certificate)
       environmental impact. Students participate in the operation of the 250,000            Computer Information Systems (A.A.S., A.S.)
       gallon/day wastewater treatment plant as well as the water filtration plant.          Computer Systems Technology (A.A.S.)
       Similarly, horticulture and arboriculture students use the campus extensively         Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management (B.B.A.)
       as a botanical laboratory and for learning landscape development and                  Food Service Administration (A.A.S.)
       maintenance.                                                                          Gaming and Casino Management (A.A.S.)
                                                                                             Information Technology (B.Tech.)
                                                                                                         Application Software Development
       Graduation Requirements                                                                           Electronic Marketing & Publishing
       All graduates of the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources must satisfy
                                                                                                         End-User Support
       the minimum basic requirements of the college for graduation. There are
                                                                                                         Network Administration
       additional course requirements within each major area of study which are
                                                                                                         Web Development
       determined by the student’s faculty advisor and the dean. All courses must be
                                                                                             Information Technology Management (B.B.A)
       approved by the student’s advisor. Students planning on graduating from any
                                                                                             Office Technology (A.A.S.)
       State University of New York bachelor’s degree program must also meet the
                                                                                             Office Technology/Information Processing (A.A.S.)
       Board of Trustees mandated general education requirements.
                                                                                             Office Technology/Management (A.A.S.)
                                                                                             Office Technology/Word Processing (Certificate)
       Transfer Agreement with Cornell University                                            Restaurant Management (A.A.S.)
       Morrisville State College and Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and         Resort and Recreation Service Management: Technology Management
       Life Sciences have an agreement that guarantees transfer acceptance to the            (B.B.A.)
       College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with junior status and the opportunity       Technology Management (B. Tech.)
       to complete a bachelor’s degree if students from Morrisville State College (1)                    Diesel Technology
       fulfill appropriate prerequisites as specified by Cornell; (2) have at least a 3.0                General Management
       cumulative average for three semesters (except for Biological Sciences and                        Medical Office Technology
       Microbiology, which may require a 3.5 average); and (3) complete Cornell’s                        Videojournalism
       transfer application and meet application deadlines.                                  Travel and Tourism/Hospitality Management (A.A.S.)


       Entrance Requirements                                                                 Faculty and Facilities
       Students are required to take certain high school courses to prepare for entrance     Computer labs, a casino and security surveillance lab, including biometrics
       into an academic program at Morrisville State College. Additionally, they are         lab, commercial kitchen labs, a travel agency, internship experiences, modern
       given suggested courses that can contribute to their greater success in the college   facilities, and cooperative education experiences are all part of the Morrisville
       programs they choose. The required and suggested high school courses for each         experience. The instructional techniques combine faculty lectures with
       academic program are listed in the “High School Preparation” section.                 computerized presentations and hands-on experience.

                                                                                             Faculty members in the school belong to several professional organizations
       Career Opportunities                                                                  including the Association for Computing Machinery, Food Service Executives’
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       Before choosing the academic programs they will pursue, most students will
                                                                                             Association, New York State Hospitality and Tourism Association, New York
       want to consider the career opportunities that come with successful completion
                                                                                             State Society of CPA’s, International Association for Administrative Professionals
       of those programs. This information is found in the “Career Opportunities”
                                                                                             (IAAP), American Management Association (AMA), Academy of Management,
       section of each curriculum outline.
                                                                                             United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE),
                                                                                             Association of Marketing Educators (AME), National Association of College
       SCHOOL OF BUSINESS                                                                    and University Food Service, National Tour Association, International Food
                                                                                             Executive Association, Council on Hotel, Restaurant, Institutional Education
                                                                                             (CHRIE), American Hotel/Motel Association, National Business Education
       Dean: Dr. David E. Rogers
                                                                                             Association, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) SUNY
       Charlton Hall
                                                                                             Business Council and the National Restaurant Association.
       Telephone: 315-684-6056 Fax: 315-684-6225
       www.morrisville.edu
                                                                                             Several faculty members have received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence
                                                                                             in Teaching as well as the National Institute for Staff and Organizational
       Bachelor and associate degree programs housed within the School of Business
                                                                                             Development Award for Excellence in Teaching, and the Distinguished
       have been designed to reflect the various needs of the business and hospitality
                                                                                             Teaching Faculty Award.
       fields. The school prides itself in being able to adapt its curriculum to the fast-
       paced, technological changes occurring in each of the fields represented by
       their curricula.
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International Program at Morrisville State                                          public relations and other aspects of the communications industry. Students
                                                                                    from this program usually go on to study for a bachelor degree, including
College                                                                             our own Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Communication for Online
The International Program at Morrisville State College has been developed
                                                                                    Media.
for all majors. Although housed in the School of Business, students from any
major may elect this array of courses. In addition to the international business
courses offered, students in this program may opt for a semester or summer          Bachelor Degrees
abroad to study and/or a semester or summer abroad to participate in an             The Bachelor of Science degree in Science, Technology, and Society encourages
internship experience.                                                              students to consider the ethical, political, and social implications of science
                                                                                    and technology. The degree combines a detailed study of the liberal arts with
                                                                                    an in-depth, eighteen-credit technical core in either Natural Resources or
Transfer                                                                            Information Technology. This degree is designed for students who want to
Many students, who earn their associate degree at Morrisville State College or      relate their technical expertise to larger social and human issues. It also offers
community colleges, continue on into one of the bachelor degrees at Morrisville     a good preparation to students interested in studying law as it applies to these
State College. Morrisville State currently has articulation agreements with a       technical fields.
number of community college programs. These agreements are continually
being developed and updated and interested students should contact the              The Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Communication for Online Media
Admission Office at 800-258-0111, the School of Business Office at 315-             has student build on a strong foundation of writing and reporting skills to
684-6056, or the college Web site, www.morrisville.edu, to receive more             develop the expertise necessary for a successful career in journalism, public
information.                                                                        relations, writing and related areas in the communications field. In addition
                                                                                    to campus-based opportunities to work on publications and websites, students
Student Organizations                                                               in this program benefit from a unique double field experience. The first is a
The faculty/staff believe it is important for students to have the opportunity to   semester-long internship. The second is a project that requires them to share
interact with one another on both a professional and social level. Consequently,    their expertise with a non-profit organization.
each of the departments has formally recognized student organizations to assist
students with their academics as well as provide opportunities for socialization.   Campus-wide Programs
The organizations include an Accounting Society, Casino Management                  The School of Liberal Arts also administers two campus-wide programs.
Organization, International Honors Society (Eta Sigma Delta), International
Food Service Executives’ Association, Office Technology Club, the Honors
Group, and Students in Free Enterprises.                                            Exploratory Major Program
                                                                                    The exploratory major program is a one-year program designed for first year
                                                                                    students who are unsure of their academic goals. Through individualized
Kappa Beta Delta                                                                    advising and course scheduling and a sequence of dedicated courses, the
The School of Business hosts the Rho Chapter of Kappa Beta Delta, an                exploratory major students during their first year on campus will be guided
international honor society for ACBSP accredited business programs.                 toward selecting a major that best suits their interests and talents. At the end
                                                                                    of the students’ second semester, the students will transfer to a degree-granting
                                                                                    program which will satisfy their educational goals.
Proficiency Credit
Opportunities to earn college credit by passing locally prepared and                Students enrolled in the exploratory major program may take elective courses
administered proficiency tests are available in most business degree programs.      from other academic programs on campus.
By providing these tests, the faculty demonstrates its interest in recognizing
advanced skill levels already attained by students.
                                                                                    Individual Studies Program
                                                                                    The three degree programs (A.A., A.S., and A.A.S.) in Individual Studies provide
SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS                                                              a unique opportunity for a student to take a very active role in charting his or
                                                                                    her academic program. Many students choose the Individual Studies Program
                                                                                    when they have career paths that require unique combinations of courses. The
Dean: Dr. Paul F. Griffin
                                                                                    advisors of the program work with students to develop an educational career
Crawford Hall
                                                                                    plan best suited to their needs and interests.
Telephone: 315-684-6081               Fax: 315-684-6322
www.morrisville.edu
                                                                                    There are very few specific course requirements for the individual studies
                                                                                    degrees. this flexibility allows students to explore career goals; enroll in courses


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The degree programs in the School of Liberal Arts provide students with a solid
                                                                                    that strengthen students educational background; change direction after a
grounding in traditional liberal arts areas in the humanities, social and natural
                                                                                    semester or two without substantial loss of credit; and experience a wide range
sciences. At the two-year level, students obtain a foundation for further
                                                                                    of academic areas in preparation for continuing in a four-year program.
study in a variety of liberal arts majors. The specialized associate degrees in
journalism and teacher-education transfer are designed to give students a
                                                                                    The School of Liberal Arts administers the following degree programs:
working introduction to two growing career areas. Our bachelor programs
combine four years of liberal-arts learning with focused technical courses and a
                                                                                    Criminal Justice (A.A.S.) – Norwich Campus only
hands-on approach to the field.
                                                                                    Criminal Justice (B. Tech)
                                                                                    Early Childhood (A.A.S.) – Norwich Campus only
Associate Degrees                                                                   Human Services (A.A.S.) – Norwich Campus only
The university-parallel Associate in Arts degree in Humanities and Social           Individual Studies (A.A.S., A.A., A.S.)
Science equips students with a broad exposure to the humanities, social sciences,   Journalism Technology (A.A.S.)
and science and math areas that will allow them to go on to further study           Journalism and Communication for Online Media (B.S.)
at the bachelor level either here at Morrisville State or at another institution.   Liberal Arts and Science: Humanities and Social Science (A.A.)
The degrees in Teacher Education Transfer (Early childhood, Childhood, and          Liberal Arts and Science: Early Childhood Education
Adolescent) combine required coursework in education and psychology, study                      (Teacher Transfer) (A.A., A.S.)
in a liberal arts major, and guided fieldwork in area schools. Our associate        Liberal Arts and Science: Childhood Education
degree in Journalism Studies provides two years of training in writing, editing,                (Teacher Transfer) (A.A., A.S.)
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       Liberal Arts and Science: Adolescence Education                                       interact with one another on both a professional and social level. As such, each of
                   (Teacher Transfer) (A.A., A.S.)                                           the departments has formally recognized student organizations to assist students
       Science, Technology and Society (B.S.)                                                with their academics as well as to provide opportunities for socialization. Also,
                                                                                             students from the Journalism Department have the opportunity to work on the
                                                                                             school newspaper, The Chimes, and/or at the student-run broadcast complex,
       Faculty                                                                               WCVM Media.
       Faculty members in the school belong to several professional organizations,
       including American Sociological Association, Society for the Social Study of
       Science, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, The          SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND
       Society for Personality and Social Psychology, The Society for the Teaching of
       Psychology, History of Science Society, World History Association, Historical         TECHNOLOGY
       Association for Corrections, American Correctional Association, Correctional
       Accreditation Managers Association, Correction and Youth Services Association         Dean: Ms. Christine A. Cring
       of New York, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and the           Galbreath Hall
       National Education Association, NYS English Council, Association for Education        Telephone: 315-684-6079 Fax: 315-684-6024
       in Journalism and Mass Communication, Broadcast Educators’ Association,               www.morrisville.edu
       College Broadcasters Inc., College Media Advisors, National Association of
       Broadcasters, Radio/Television News Directors’ Association, Student Press Law         The following programs are administered by the School of Science and
       Center, Syracuse Press Club, and The Center for Innovation in College Media.          Technology:

       Several faculty members have received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for                 Architectural Studies and Design (A.S.)
       Excellence in Teaching as well as the Morrisville State College Distinguished         Autobody Technology (A.A.S.)
       Teaching award.                                                                       Automotive Management (B.B.A.)
                                                                                             Automotive Technology (B.Tech.)
                                                                                             Automotive Technology (A.A.S.)
       Transfer                                                                              Automotive Technology Ford ASSET option (A.A.S.)
       Many graduates of the programs housed within the School of Liberal Arts               Computer Science (A.S.)
       continue their education in four-year programs. Several programs maintain very        Design and Drafting Technology (A.A.S.)
       close articulation programs whereby a graduate from our program is guaranteed         Dietetic Technician – Food Service Administration (A.A.S.)
       full junior status in a four-year program.                                            Electrical Engineering Technology (A.A.S.)
                                                                                             Engineering Science (A.S.)
                                                                                             Health-Related Studies (A.S.)
       Facilities
                                                                                             Human Performance and Health Promotion (B.S.)
       The Journalism Department features three interactive production labs where
                                                                                             Liberal Arts and Science: Mathematics and Science (A.S.)
       students can gain hands-on experience in paraprofessional situations. Each lab
                                                                                             Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Pre-
       offers one academic credit per semester and is open to all students on campus,
                                                                                                         Science/preparatory semester/year
       regardless of major.
                                                                                             Massage Therapy (A.A.S.)
                                                                                             Mechanical Engineering Technology (A.A.S.)
       The Chimes lab, located in Charlton Hall, offers a dedicated space where students
                                                                                             Nursing (B.S.)
       can learn the workings of print and online journalism. Along with ports for
                                                                                             Nursing (A.A.S.)
       laptop connections, the lab boasts digital scanners and high-resolution, large-page
                                                                                             Residential Construction (A.O.S.)
       printers in black-and-white and color formats. Chimes reporters also use digital
                                                                                             Sports, Nutrition and Fitness Management (A.S.)
       cameras for still and video production in conjunction with the photography and
                                                                                             Wood Products Technology (A.A.S.)
       WCVM Media labs.

       A photography lab, located in the basement of Charlton Hall, offers a wet             Mathematics and Science Programs
       darkroom experience for photo students across campus who enroll in the                The programs in Mathematics and Science have a two-fold responsibility. The first
       Introduction to Photography course. The lab includes black and white film             is to offer A.S. degree curriculums in biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics,
       processing rooms that can accommodate 16 students at a time and printing              and computer science, and the second is to provide instruction in mathematics
       facilities for 15 students. 35mm SLR cameras are available through the college.       and science to students in all curricula.
       The photography course is an elective open to students in all majors and satisfies
       the SUNY general education fine arts requirement.                                     The faculty of the school introduces the student to the experimental method in
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                                                                                             the solution of scientific problems and assists the student in recognizing the value
       WCVM Media is one of the largest and most active Student Government                   of the scientific attitude in the solution of everyday problems of living.
       Organizations on campus. Students from all majors can participate in WCVM-
       AM 1580, “The Vortex”; WCVM-TV Campus Cable Channel 4; or WCVM                        Many graduates continue their formal education by transferring to programs that
       “DigWiz,” the digital video broadcast unit. The WCVM Media student-operated           represent the next rung in their career ladder development. Others find ready
       broadcast complex is housed in Charlton Hall, with a satellite bureau located         employment in hospitals, health agencies, private industry, and government, as
       in the Student Activities building. WCVM-AM is the core of the organization,          well as technical and computer-related areas. Some of these students continue
       where students program an AM and Internet radio station with alternative              their education on a part-time basis during employment.
       rock and hip hop music, competitive news and sports programming, and live
       broadcasts of Mustang football, basketball, ice hockey, and softball. WCVM-           Health Programs
       TV offers both syndicated and locally originated television programming               To ensure the academic integrity of its curriculum, the programs are accredited by
       produced by the students. The DigWiz video unit offers students numerous              national accrediting agencies. The Dietetic Technician Program is accredited by
       opportunities to write, produce, shoot, and edit their video productions              the American Dietetic Association and the associate degree in Nursing is accredited
       using four non-linear editing systems, including the premiere FORscene web-           by the National League for Nursing (NLN) Accrediting Commission:
       based video editing software, across PC and Macintosh computer platforms.
                                                                                                         NLN Accrediting Commission
       Student Organizations                                                                             61 Broadway
       The faculty/staff believe it is important for students to have the opportunity to                 New York City, New York 10006
                                                                                                         212-363-5555
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Facilities
Many of the science courses are taught in Crawford Hall, an $8 million
laboratory/classroom building, second to none in the State University
                                                                                       BACHELOR
                                                                                       DEGREE MAJORS
system. Its facilities, equipment and scientific instruments provide students
with unparalleled opportunities for laboratory experiences to support the
theories and principles of scientific learning. Five laboratories for biology,
three laboratories for chemistry and two laboratories for physics are housed in
Crawford Hall. The Sports, Nutrition, and Fitness Management facilities are
located in the Thomas V. Ciarrocchi Rink and include state-of-the-art fitness          AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS
laboratories and classrooms.
                                                                                       DEVELOPMENT B.B.A. –CODE
Automotive Technology facilities are housed in Galbreath Hall, and the
Automotive Technology Center. Laboratories and laboratory equipment are
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current with the “state of industry,” ensuring that laboratory experiences are
meaningful and skills and acquired techniques are readily carried over into            Agricultural Business Development is a ThinkPad University curriculum
work as a technician.                                                                  in which the use of Laptop computers is integrated into courses.

Galbreath Hall includes a 20-station computer-aided design (CAD) laboratory            This degree program includes a strong agriculture and business based
including a state-of-the-art rapid prototype laboratory, four electronics              curriculum that emphasizes management application to small rural businesses.
laboratories, a machine tools laboratory, material testing laboratory, hydraulic       The program will provide students with the management skills needed to
laboratory, drafting laboratory, computer science laboratory, and a teaching           make effective decisions and develop markets for their products. Agricultural
technology center. Recent additions include a manufacturing laboratory                 businesses in the U.S. range from very small operations (those who are looking
including CNC milling centers and CMM equipment.                                       to add value to their product) to large enterprises with annual sales in the
                                                                                       millions of dollars. Despite the size, all of these businesses compete with both
A Wood Technology Building houses a complete modern sawmill, drying kilns,             local and international markets. This dynamic agriculture market must be
a pressure-treated wood preservation unit, several industrial-size saws for cutoff     both constant and revolutionary: constant because of the ongoing challenges
and ripping; planers, jointers, routers, shapers, sanding equipment, plywood           of supplying adequate food and related products to the ever-growing diverse
presses, strength testing equipment, and a finishing laboratory. A new 6,000           world population; revolutionary because of the new research and production
square-foot plumbing, heating, electricity, and structures laboratory provides a       techniques that test the abilities of the best managers. To be successful in today’s
state-of-the-art environment for the Residential Construction majors.                  marketplace, farm managers and owners need to spend more time making
                                                                                       management decisions and developing management skills and new markets
Located in the basement of Hamilton Hall is the Architectural Studies                  than did the generations before them. (Kays, Edwards-Farm Management)
and Design Studio Complex. This is an innovative facility which provides
Architectural Studies and Design students with 24-hour access, seven days              Career Opportunities: This degree responds to the growing interest in
a week. This facility houses the traditional architectural trademark drawing           ownership and operation of agricultural enterprises in the rural community
tables and stools and also contains more than 60 computer network ports,               as well as the Agriculture industry and communities which have historically
strategically located throughout the studio in power poles and walls for laptop        been dependent upon commodity farming. The degree will allow graduates
computers and organizational flexibility. This facility was designed to provide        to act as consultants to rural value-added agricultural businesses. Examples of
Architectural Studies and Design students with a professional student-oriented         such businesses may include a commercial/family dairy farm business, an on-
work environment (the design studio) that supports modern technology and               farm processing business/milk bottling facility, agricultural tourism, and/or a
is also an environment that promotes the traditional architectural student             small family-owned agricultural business that supports production agriculture.
interaction and community.                                                             Graduates will be prepared to bring together and apply their knowledge from
                                                                                       previous agribusiness, production agriculture courses, as well as from their
The Automotive Technology Center is a new $6 million automotive laboratory             internship experience. Expected strong employment opportunities exist for:
which includes 50,000 square feet of chassis, electronics, transmissions, engines,     technical sales representatives, food brokers, accountants, financial managers,
and automotive performance laboratories. In addition, the facility includes            market analysts, fruit and vegetable marketing representatives, sales managers,
two laboratories dedicated to the Ford Motor Company ASSET program.                    small animal health care distribution and international business specialists.
This new facility houses the latest in new vehicle diagnostic equipment, repair        (Employment Opportunities for College Graduates in the U.S. Food,
facilities, and a new car showroom.                                                    Agricultural and Natural Resources System 2005-2010.)

Proficiency Credit                                                                     Transfer Opportunities: Transfer into this program is possible from a wide

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Opportunities to earn college credit in chemistry and physics by passing locally       range of college programs. Students from other accredited agriculture and
prepared and administered proficiency tests are available. By providing these          business programs will transfer with the highest number of credits.
tests, the faculty demonstrates its interest in recognizing skill levels and subject
matter mastery already attained by students.                                           High School Preparation: Required: (freshman), three units of Regents
                                                                                       math, high school average of 80 or better, minimum SAT scores of 450 in math
                                                                                       and 450 in verbal. Required (transfer): 2.5 GPA or better from transferring
Special Transfer Arrangements                                                          institution, 3 units of Regents math (or equivalent), and basic computer
Graduates are actively recruited by upper-division institutions because of the         literacy.
excellent academic preparation they receive at Morrisville State College. In
addition to general opportunities to transfer according to one’s preference,           Graduation Requirements: Graduation requirements for the BBA in
special transfer arrangements have been made so that students majoring in              Agricultural Business Development include a minimum of 123 credits; 99
biological science and health-related studies may transfer at the junior level         hours of major courses; 24 hours of General Education; including all required
to the State University of New York Health Science Center (formerly the                courses as outlined below as well as the Board of Trustees mandated general
State University Upstate Medical Center) in the programs of cytotechnology,            education requirements (see listing in this catalog). Math competency through
medical technology, and physical therapy; or to SUNY Plattsburgh in medical            Math 102 required for this program.
technology and biology.
                                                                                       *English competency through Math 102 required for this program
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       Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and according            Students must complete 12 credit hours in one of the
       to the particular concentration of this major, a successful graduate will be able   following options:
       to:                                                                                 Finance
                                                                                           BSAD       109   Personal Finance                               3
            •	    Create and successfully operate their own                                BSAD       350   Principles of Corporate Finance                3
                  agricultural enterprise given the limited resources                      BSAD       220   Investments                                    3
                  often available within the rural economy.                                ECON       340   Money Banking and Financial Markets            3
            •	    Seek financing and maintain positive relationships
                  with creditors and financial institutions.
                                                                                           Marketing
            •	    Identify market opportunity and successfully utilize the
                                                                                           BSAD       206   Promotion Management                           3
                  opportunity to improve farm-level profitability.
                                                                                           BSAD       209   Salesmanship                                   3
            •	    Form, create and maintain effective relationships
                                                                                           BSAD       325   Marketing Management                           3
                  with the non-agriculture community.
                                                                                           BSAD       300   Management Communications                      3
            •	    Develop, manage and maintain and effective interpersonal
                  skills in the corporate and family business setting.
            •	    Question, investigate, analyze, evaluate, and                            General Agriculture
                  communicate in agribusiness                                              DANS/ESCI/AGRO/BSAD (as advised)                               12
            •	    Interact with peers toward the accomplishment of
                  effectively collaborating with agribusiness peers
            •	    Analyze and evaluate agribusiness related information and utilize
                                                                                                                Sample Study Plan
                  a variety of resources in making decisions or solving problems.          FIRST YEAR
            •	    Adapt to a constantly changing agribusiness                              Fall Semester                                             Credits
                  environment, and identify realistic goals and inventions                 Math       102 Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry           3
                  for short and long term business planning                                ACCT           (as advised)                                     3
            •	    Assess the range of one’s abilities, accept responsibility               AGBS       100 Agricultural Economics                           3
                  for setting realistic goals, and implement a plan                        ENGL       101 Composition and Research                         3
                  for personal and professional well-being                                                Agricultural or Business Elective                3
                                                                                                                                                          15
       Required Courses                                                    Credits         Spring Semester
       AGBS       100 Agricultural Economics                               3               BSAD       108 Business Law I                                   3
       AGBS       200 Marketing of Agricultural Products                   3                              Natural Science GE (as advised)                  4
       AGBS       210 Farm Management                                      3               AGBS       200 Marketing of Ag Products                         3
       AGBS       220 Farm Finance                                         3               ENGL       102 Writing About Literature                         3
       AGBS       350 Agricultural Business Development                    3                              General Elective                                 3
       AGBS       305 Agricultural Lending and Decision Making             3                                                                              16
       AGBS       400 Distribution and Marketing of Agricultural Products 4                SECOND YEAR
       AGBS       460 International Marketing of Agricultural Products     3
                                                                                           Fall Semester
       AGBS       405 Capstone in Agriculture and Rural Entrepreneurship 3
                                                                                           SPAN              Foreign Language GE (as advised)              3
       AGBS       480 Retailing of Agricultural Products                   3
                                                                                           AGBS       210 Farm Management                                  3
       AGBS       470 Internship in Agricultural Business Development     15
                                                                                           OFFT       110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software             1
       ACCT       100 Accounting Information & Management Decisions        3
                                                                                           AND one of the following three OFFT courses
       -or-
                                                                                           OFFT       100 Introduction to Word Processing Software         1
       ACCT       101 Principles of Accounting I                           3
                                                                                           OFFT       106 Personal Computer Keyboarding                    1
       BSAD       108 Business Law I                                       3
                                                                                           OFFT       109 Introduction to Presentation Software
       BSAD       221 Business Statistics                                  3
                                                                                                             Social Science as (as advised)                3
       -or-
                                                                                                             Agriculture or Business Elective              4
       AGSC       137 Analysis and Inter of Ag Data                        2
                                                                                                                                                          15
       OFFT       110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                 1
       -AND one of the following three OFFT courses-
                                                                                           Spring Semester
                                                                                           AGBS       220 Farm Finance                                     3
       OFFT       100 Introduction to Word Processing Software             1
                                                                                           BSAD       221 Business Statistics                              3
       OFFT       106 Personal Computer Keyboarding                        1
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                                                                                           Or
       OFFT       109 Introduction to Presentation Software                1
                                                                                           AGSC     137 Analysis and Inter of Ag Data                      2
                                                                                           HIST         Western Civilization (as advised)                  3
       Electives                                                           Credits                      Social Science (as advised)                        3
       BSAD/AGBS         Lower Level Electives                                     12
                                                                                           BSAD/AGBS    Lower Elective (as advised)                        3
       BSAD/AGBS         Upper Level Electives                                      6
                                                                                                                                                          15
       General Electives Lower or Upper                                             6

       General Education Requirement                                       Credits         THIRD YEAR
       MATH         102 Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry                       3     Fall Semester
       ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                     3     BSAD/Agriculture Upper level elective (as advised)              3
       ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                     3     AGBS      350 Agricultural Business Development                 3
       Social Science (as advised)                                                   6     AGBS      305 Agricultural Financial Decision Making            3
       SPAN         101 Beginning College Spanish I                                  3                      Social Science GE (as advised)                 3
       Natural Science (as advised)                                                  4                      General Elective (as advised)                  3
                                                                                                                                                          15
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Spring Semester
AGBS      400 Distribution/Mkt Ag Products                            4
                                                                          AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
                 Upper Division Agriculture or Business Elective      3   B.TECH.— CODE #1611
BSAD/Agriculture Elective (as advised)                                3
AGBS      460 International Marketing of Agriculture Products         3   Automotive Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum (third and
                 Agriculture or Business Lower Division               3   fourth year only) in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into
                                                                     16   courses.
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Semester                                                             The bachelor of technology degree in Automotive Technology at Morrisville
AGBS        470 Internship in Agricultural Business Development      15   State College will prepare students for entry into industry at the supervisory or
                                                                     15   management level where technical knowledge of all aspects of the automotive
Spring Semester                                                           industry is necessary. This course of study goes beyond the technical automotive
AGBS        405 Capstone in Agriculture and Rural Entrepreneurship    3   education provided by a traditional associate in applied science degree, adding
AGBS        480 Retailing Agriculture Products                        3   a business management emphasis at the baccalaureate level.
BSAD             Agriculture Elective (as advised)                    6
Upper Division Business or Agriculture Elective                       3   Students will take courses in traditional automotive areas such as chassis
                                                                     15   analysis; new and emerging technical areas such as electronic fuel systems,
                                                                          anti-lock brakes, computerized engine controls and advanced diagnostics; and
                                                                          management courses such as marketing and automotive management and
                                                                          supervision.

                                                                          Students in the new degree program will be able to take advantage of
                                                                          Morrisville State College’s new Automotive Technology Building. The new
                                                                          facility provides a technologically sophisticated environment with nine
                                                                          state-of-the-art laboratories including chassis, electrical, emissions, engines,
                                                                          Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training), fuel
                                                                          diagnostics/driveability and performance, R and R (remove and replace), and
                                                                          transmissions.

                                                                          There is also a showroom, three classrooms and a chassis dynamometer room
                                                                          where horsepower, torque, emissions and engine serial data measurements can
                                                                          be taken from a vehicle and transmitted electronically into a classroom. The
                                                                          bays in each laboratory are hard-wired into the college’s computer network and
                                                                          a new computerized manual system gives students quick access to automotive-
                                                                          related questions.
                                                                          Set up like a dealership, the building provides students with a professional
                                                                          working environment.

                                                                          Career opportunities: supervisory or management-level positions in the
                                                                          automotive industry.
                                                                          See the high school preparation section of this catalog for entry requirements

                                                                          Graduation Requirements
                                                                          A minimum of 120 credit hours must be completed for this degree as
                                                                          designated in the list of required courses. A minimum of 30 credit hours must
                                                                          be completed in the liberal arts and science within the following distribution.
                                                                          A minimum of 8-12 credit hours of Humanities (List A) courses, a minimum
                                                                          of 8-12 credit hours of Math and/or Science (List B) courses, and a minimum
                                                                          of 8-12 credit hours of Social Science (List C) courses. List A, B, and C courses
                                                                          are identified in the course description section of this catalog. Demonstrated
                                                                          proficiency through MATH 103 - College Algebra with Trigonometry is


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                                                                          required for this program.

                                                                          SUNY General Education Requirements
                                                                          The SUNY general education requirements establish 10 content areas and
                                                                          3 competencies that must be met by students receiving a bachelor’s degree.
                                                                          Morrisville State College courses that meet SUNY General Education
                                                                          requirements are listed in the academic information area of this catalog, at
                                                                          the following website, and are identified in the course description area of this
                                                                          catalog,
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                            Sample Study Plan                               AUTOMOTIVE MANAGEMENT
       FIRST YEAR
       Fall Semester                                              Credits   B.B.A.—CODE #1656
       AUTO      103 Internal Combustion Engines I                      3
       AUTO      104 Automotive Electronics I                           3   Automotive Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the
       AUTO      109 Chassis Analysis                                   4   use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       AUTO      138 Automotive Industry Awareness                      1
       MATH          Mathematics (as advised)                         0-3   The bachelor of business administration degree in Automotive Management
       ENGL      101 Composition and Research                           3   will prepare students for entry level into the industry at the supervisory or
                                                                    14-17   management level with technical knowledge of automotive construction and
       Spring Semester                                                      operation. Courses will combine an emphasis in automotive and business
       AUTO      102   Metals                                           3   management in the first two years. In the junior and senior years, students will
       AUTO      155   Automotive Electronics II                        3   continue with business management with a heavy concentration of automotive
       AUTO      209   Chassis Analysis II                              4   management. These courses will consist of: automotive shop management,
       ENGL      112   Technical Communications                         3   automotive fleet management and automotive parts management and
       PHYS      107   Introductory Physics I                           4   merchandising. The spring semester will culminate with an internship in an
                                                                       17   automotive or transportation-related business.
       SECOND YEAR
                                                                            Students in the new degree program will be able to take advantage of Morrisville
       Fall Semester
                                                                            State College’s new Automotive Technology Building. Set up like a dealership,
       PSYC      101   General Psychology                               3
                                                                            it provides students with a technologically sophisticated environment with nine
       CAD       181   Intro. to Computer-Aided Drafting                1
                                                                            state-of-the-art laboratories. There is a showroom where students can hone
       AUTO      202   Automotive Body Fundamentals                     3
                                                                            their sales and management skills, three classrooms and a chassis dynamometer
       AUTO      204   Automotive Electronics III                       3
                                                                            room. The bays in each laboratory are hard-wired into the college’s computer
       AUTO      205   Electronic Fuel Systems                          4
                                                                            network in order to utilize the computerized manual and management system.
       AUTO      110   Automotive Summer Work Experience                3
                                                                            This gives students quick access to automotive-related questions.
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       Spring Semester
                                                                            Graduation Requirements
       ECON            Economics (as advised)                           3
                                                                            A minimum of 120 credit hours must be completed for this degree as
       AUTO      259   Automotive Body Repair                           5
                                                                            designated in the list of required courses. A minimum of 30 credit hours must
                       -or-
                                                                            be completed in the liberal arts and science within the following distribution.
       AUTO      255   Driveability & Performance Problems              5
                                                                            A minimum of 8-12 credit hours of Humanities (List A) courses, a minimum
       BSAD      116   Business & Org Management                        3
                                                                            of 8-12 credit hours of Math and/or Science (List B) courses, and a minimum
       AUTO      171   Automotive Drivetrains                           3
                                                                            of 8-12 credit hours of Social Science (List C) courses. List A, B, and C courses
                       GenEd Elective (as advised)                      3
                                                                            are identified in the course description section of this catalog.
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       THIRD YEAR                                                           SUNY General Education Requirements
       Fall Semester                                                        The SUNY general education requirements establish 10 content areas and
       ENGL      121   Intro to Speech                                  3   3 competencies that must be met by students receiving a bachelor’s degree.
       AUTO      309   Advanced Automotive Chassis                      4   Morrisville State College courses that meet SUNY General Education
       BSAD      112   Marketing                                        3   requirements are listed in the academic information area of this catalog, at
       BSAD      300   Management Communications                        3   the following website, and are identified in the course description area of this
       PSYC      304   Industrial Organizational Psychology             3   catalog,
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       Spring Semester                                                                              Sample Study Plan
       AUTO      355   Advanced Automotive Diagnostics                  3
       AUTO      359   Collision Business & Mgt.                        3   FIRST YEAR
       AUTO      360   Automotive Mgmt & Supervision                    3   Fall Semester                                                       Credits
       BSAD      310   Human Resources Management                       3   AUTO         103    Internal Combustion Engines                              3
       BSAD      400   Production & Operations Mgmt.                    3   AUTO         104    Automotive Electronics I                                 3
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                       GenEd Elective (as advised)                      3   AUTO         109    Chassis Analysis                                         4
                                                                       18   AUTO         138    Automotive Industry Awareness                            1
                                                                            ENGL         101    Composition and Research                                 3
       FOURTH YEAR                                                          MATH                Mathematics (as advised)*                                3
       Fall Semester
                                                                                                                                                        17
       AUTO      371 Advanced Powertrain Management                     3
       AUTO      380 Automotive Parts: Management and
                     Merchandising                                      3   Spring Semester
       AUTO      400 Automotive Fleet Management                        3   AUTO         102 Metals                                                       3
       AUTO      420 Automotive Industry Internship Orientation         1   AUTO         155 Automotive Electronics II                                    3
                     GenEd Elective (as advised)                        3   AUTO         209 Chassis Analysis II                                          4
                     Elective (as advised)                              3   CITA         100 Introduction to Computing Concepts
                                                                       16                    and Applications                                            2
                                                                            CITA         125 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                       1
       Spring Semester
                                                                            PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                      4
       AUTO      421 Automotive Industry Internship                    12
                                                                       12                                                                               17
          • Students must complete all required courses
              before taking AUTO 421
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SECOND YEAR                                                               BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION B.B.A.
Fall Semester                                                Credits
AUTO        202 Automotive Body Fundamentals                        3     – CODE #0280
AUTO        204 Automotive Electronics III                          3
AUTO        205 Electronic Fuel Systems                             4
ECON            Economics (as advised)                              3     Business Administration is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the
ACCT        101 Principles of Accounting                            3     use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
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                                                                          Morrisville State College’s bachelor degree in Business Administration provides
Spring Semester
                                                                          students with the opportunity to develop the business practices and skills
ACCT        102   Principles of Accounting II                       3
                                                                          necessary for planning and directing the management, business, and financial
BSAD        108   Business Law I                                    3
                                                                          activities of business, government and other organizations.
BSAD        116   Business Organization and Management              3
ENGL        112   Technical Communications                          3
                                                                          Graduates are prepared to coordinate, support and perform a broad range of
                  General Education Elective                        3
                                                                          duties that promote organizational efficiency. The mission of the program is
                                                                   15
                                                                          to give students the opportunity to graduate with the ability to identify new
THIRD YEAR                                                                opportunities, solve business problems and improve operational optimization.
Fall Semester                                                             Combining both theoretical and applied teaching, emphasis is placed on
AUTO        360   Automotive Management and Supervision             3     concepts, skills and techniques that are immediately transferable in the
BSAD        112   Marketing                                         3     workplace.
BSAD        221   Business Statistics                               3
BSAD        300   Management Communications                         3     Admission Requirements: (First-year students) High School Preparation:
PSYC        101   Introduction to Psychology                        3     Required Math A and B or equivalent, high school average of 80 or better,
                  General Education Elective                        3     minimum SAT scores of 550 math and 450 verbal.
                                                                   18     (Transfer Students) Required: Transcripts to show successful completion of
Spring Semester                                                           an A.A.S. or A.S. degree or 60 hours of lower division course work (from an
BSAD        310   Human Resources Management                        3     accredited college or university) with a minimum GPA of 2.5.
BSAD        449   Management Policies and Issues                    3
BSAD        325   Analytical marketing                              3     Career Opportunities: The New York State Department of Labor maintains
PSYC        304   Industrial/Organizational Psychology              3     employment estimates and projections for over 700 different occupations in
                  General Education Elective                        3     each of 10 regions state wide. For management occupations overall (SOC
                                                                   15     Code 11-000), the projections indicate an anticipated +10% growth for the
FOURTH YEAR                                                               10-year period ending in 2014. The Business Administration degree responds
                                                                          to the growing number of students with an interest in planning and directing
Fall Semester
                                                                          the management, business, and financial activities of business, government
AUTO        380 Automotive Parts Management and
                                                                          and other organizations. Employed in multiple industries across all sectors
                Merchandising                                       3
                                                                          of the economy, the job outlook for graduates is expected to increase in New
AUTO        400 Automotive Fleet Management                         3
                                                                          York State by 2.0 million, or 10% by 2014. Persons interested in the field of
AUTO        420 Automotive Industry Internship Orientation          1
                                                                          business will generally need at least a bachelor’s degree in business, human
BSAD        350 Principles of Corporate Finance                     3
                                                                          resources or finance.
CITA        405 Project Management                                  3
                General Education Elective                          3
                                                                          Graduation Requirements: A minimum of 120 credits is required for
                                                                   16
                                                                          graduation, with a GPA of 2.0 or better. Thirty credits are required in the
Spring Semester                                                           Liberal Arts and Sciences, and 90 Bachelor of Business Administration major
AUTO      421** Automotive Industry Internship                     12     credits (45 must be upper division). Business Administration bachelor degree
                                                                          students must complete all 10 SUNY General Education Requirements. (See
* Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 - Intermediate Algebra with   SUNY General Education Requirements in the academic information section
Trigonometry is required for this program.                                of this catalog.) Students must complete through MATH 153 or higher.
** Students must complete all required courses before taking AUTO 421.
                                                                          Program Learning Outcomes:
                                                                              •	   To communicate effectively through both oral


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                                                                                   and written means of communication
                                                                              •	   To design, implement and evaluate strategies for
                                                                                   identifying new business opportunities
                                                                              •	   To design, implement and evaluate strategies for
                                                                                   solving contemporary business problems
                                                                              •	   To recognize and promote ethical and
                                                                                   responsible business practices
                                                                              •	   To effectively meld technical knowledge with
                                                                                   information technology proficiency
                                                                              •	   To plan and direct the management, business and financial
                                                                                   activities of business, government and other organizations.
                                                                              •	   To utilize quantitative analysis to evaluate operational efficiency,
                                                                                   market segment opportunities and business profitability
                                                                              •	   To identify technology and workforce strategies
                                                                                   to enhance overall productivity
                                                                              •	   To prepare a competitive industry analysis in
                                                                                   support of strategic decision making
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       Required Business Courses                                 Credits                      Sample Study Plan
       BSAD    100   Business in the 21st Century                      3
                                                                           FIRST YEAR
       BSAD    108   Business Law I                                    3
       BSAD    140   Business Communications                           3
                                                                           Fall Semester                                               Credits
                                                                                           Elective (as advised)                             3
       BSAD    116   Business Organization and Mgmt.                   3
                                                                           BSAD     100    Business in 21st Century                          3
       BSAD    221   Business Statistics                               3
                                                                           ENGL     101    Composition and Research                          3
       BSAD    203   Business Law II                                   3
                                                                           BSAD     108    Business Law I                                    3
                     Lower Level Electives (as advised)               15
                                                                           CITA     100    Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications         2
       BSAD    310   Human Resources Management                        3
                                                                           CITA     125    Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications               1
       BSAD    325   Marketing Management                              3
                                                                                                                                            15
       BSAD    350   Principles of Corporate Finance                   3
       BSAD    300   Management Communication                          3   Spring Semester
       BSAD    320   Entrepreneurship                                  3                Elective                                             3
       BSAD    375   Management Information Systems                    3   BSAD     140 Business Communications                              3
       BSAD    380   International Business                            3   ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                             3
       BSAD    400   Production and Operations Mgmt.                   3                Gen. Ed. Natural Science                             4
       BSAD    408   Responsible Business Ownership                    3   BSAD     116 Business Organization & Management                   3
       BSAD    411   Leadership in Organizations                       3                                                                    16
       BSAD    470   Strategic Management                              3
                     Upper Level Electives (as advised)               12   SECOND YEAR
                                                                           Fall Semester
       Required Accounting & Computer Courses                              ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                           3
       ACCT    101   Principles of Accounting                          3   MATH     153 Business Calculus                                    3
       ACCT    102   Principles of Accounting II                       3   ECON     100 Economics I                                          3
       CITA    100   Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications         2                Elective                                             3
       CITA    125   Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications               1                Gen. Ed.                                             3
                                                                                                                                            15
       General Education Requirements
       ENGL    101   Composition and Research                          3   Spring Semester
       ENGL    102   Writing About Literature                          3   BSAD     221 Business Statistics                                  3
       ECON    100   Economics I                                       3   ECON     140 Economics II                                         3
       ECON    140   Economics II                                      3   BSAD     203 Business Law II                                      3
       MATH    153   Business Calculus                                 3                Gen. Ed.                                             3
                     Natural Science                                 3-4   ACCT     102 Principles of Accounting II                          3
                     The Arts                                          3                                                                    15
                     Foreign Language                                  3
                     American Hist.                                    3   THIRD YEAR
                     Western Civilization                              3
                                                                           Fall Semester
                     World Civilization                                3
                                                                                        Elective                                             3
                                                                                        Gen. Ed.                                             3
                                                                           BSAD     310 Human Resources Management                           3
                                                                           BSAD     325 Marketing Management                                 3
                                                                           BSAD     350 Principals of Corporate Management                   3
                                                                                                                                            15
                                                                           Spring Semester
                                                                                           Elective                                          3
                                                                           BSAD     300    Management Communications                         3
                                                                           BSAD     320    Entrepreneurship                                  3
                                                                           BSAD     375    Management Information Systems                    3
                                                                           BSAD     380    International Business                            3
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                                                                           FOURTH YEAR
                                                                           Fall Semester
                                                                                           Elective                                         3
                                                                                           Gen. Ed.                                         3
                                                                           BSAD     400    Production and Operations Mgmt.                  3
                                                                           BSAD     408    Responsible Business Ownership                   3
                                                                           BSAD     411    Leadership in Organizations                      3
                                                                                                                                           15
                                                                           Spring Semester
                                                                                           Elective                                         9
                                                                                           Gen. Ed.                                         3
                                                                           BSAD     470    Strategic Management                             3
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE B.TECH. - Code                                                        •	
                                                                                             concepts in emergency preparedness.
                                                                                             Critique the varying goals and priorities of the many
# 0287                                                                                       disciplines in the criminal justice system.


The Bachelor of Technology in Criminal Justice is designed to give students a      Required Courses
thorough hands-on preparation for employment in the field, either as public        Major Core Courses                                                Credits
safety officers or in the private sector. Students are challenged by courses       CJUS        101   Introduction to Criminal Justice                      3
that address practical and current issues in law enforcement. In addition          CJUS        201   Corrections                                           3
to courses in the Criminal Justice area, students will work with advisors to       CJUS        202   Policing                                              3
complete a technological sequence with a minimum of nine credits. Examples         CJUS        220   Criminal Investigation I                              3
of technological sequence disciplines include Information Technology, Natural      CJUS        221   Criminal Investigation II                             3
Resources, Economics and White Collar Crime, Adolescents and the Criminal          CJUS        230   Basics of Penal Law                                   3
Justice System, and Public Safety and Security. The program also includes a        CJUS        231   Criminal Procedure Law                                3
15-credit full-time internship to give students extensive experience in a real-    CJUS        301   Crime Scene Investigation & Management                3
world Criminal Justice setting.                                                    CJUS        311   Interviewing Techniques in Criminal Justice           3
                                                                                   CJUS        315   White Collar Crime                                    3
As a result of new technologies, including forensic sciences, DNA, new             CJUS        401   Emergency Planning & Response                         3
evidence collection equipment, crime scene investigation advances, surveillance    CJUS        402   Terrorism and Law Enforcement                         3
expertise, computers, and the specialty services instituted since 9/11, the need   CJUS        449   CJ Internship Preparation                             1
for a higher level of training and education in the criminal justice field is      CJUS        450   CJ Internship                                        15
essential. We have drawn on advances in all areas of the protective services
to create this technologically-based academic degree program to support the        Required Elective Courses
criminal justice fields with highly qualified personnel.                           PSYC        101 Introduction to Psychology                              3
                                                                                   POLI        113 American Judiciary System                               3
Admissions Requirements                                                            PHED
A high school average in the 75 grade range is an admission requirement. Also      -or-
required is a minimum combined verbal, math and written SAT score of 1400 or       WELL              Wellness or Physical Education (as advised)
a minimum composite ACT score of 19. It is recommended students complete                             (WELL 101 recommended)                                3
two science and four math courses in high school prior to application.             OFFT        100   Introduction to Word Processing Software              1
                                                                                                     Additional Semester Foreign Language                  3
Transferring students should possess an associate degree in Criminal Justice,      CITA        110   Computer Applications I                               3
Criminology, or a closely related field and have successfully completed courses    PHIL        311   Professional Ethics                                   3
that are equivalent to CJUS 101, CJUS 201, CJUS 202, CJUS230 and CJUS              ENGL        312   Advanced Technical Writing                            3
231. Students who have completed associate degrees in other areas or who           PSYC        304   Industrial/Organizational Psychology                  3
have completed the associate degree without successfully completing courses        -or-
that are equivalent to CJUS 101, CJUS 201, CJUS 202, CJUS230 and CJUS              PSYC        384 Group Behavior                                          3
231 may apply for acceptance with the understanding that time to degree            -or-
completion may be increased.                                                       PSYC         386 Social Psychology                                      3
                                                                                   CJUS         412 Arson and Bomb Investigations                          3
Career Opportunities                                                               CJUS         414 Investigation of Staff Misconduct/Workplace
This degree is specifically designed to prepare students for careers in law                          Violence                                              3
enforcement and in security-related fields in private industry.                    Technical Sequence                                                      9

Transfer Opportunities                                                             SUNY General Education Courses
This degree has been designed to prepare students for work and as such is not      ENGL        101 Composition and Research                                3
intended as preparation for transfer to other academic programs.                   ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                                3
                                                                                   SOCS        101 Introduction to Sociology                               3
Graduation Requirements                                                            MATH            (as advised)                                            3
Total Hours: 122GPA: 2.0                                                                           Foreign Language                                        3
Local Distribution: 36 Credits minimum                                                             Science (as advised)                                  3-4
SUNY General Education: 21 Credits minimum

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                                                                                   HIST            American History or Western Civilization                3

Program Learning Outcomes                                                          Elective Courses
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:                                Electives (as advised)                                9

     •	    Exercise professionalism in executing duties in law
           enforcement and other criminal justice careers.
                                                                                                         Sample Study Plan
     •	    Incorporate technological advances to processing evidence               FIRST YEAR
           and to support criminal justice objectives and operations.              Fall Semester                                                     Credits
     •	    Identify, collect, and preserve evidence                                CJUS        101   Introduction to Criminal Justice                      3
           according to standard police practice.                                  ENGL        101   Composition and Research                              3
     •	    Competently construct emergency plans, mutual aid agreements            SOCS        101   Introduction to Sociology                             3
           and interagency cooperation to insure public safety.                    POLI        113   American Judiciary System                             3
     •	    Anticipate and appraise computer and network threats                    MATH              (as advised)                                          3
           and vulnerabilities within public and private sectors.                                                                                         15
     •	    Acknowledge and predict diversity and cultural influences
           in human behavior, particularly in stressful events.
     •	    Assess nationally accepted procedures and
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       Spring Semester                                               Credits   Technical Sequence (Samples) Students in consultation with advisor
       CJUS      201 Corrections                                           3   and faculty in the technical area will select a 9 credits that best meet their needs
       CJUS      202 Policing                                              3   and career plans.
       PHED
       -or-                                                                    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
       WELL           Wellness or Physical Education (as advised)          3   Course                                                                 Credits
       (WELL 101 recommended)                                                  CITA          100   Intro Computing Concepts& Applications                      3
       PSYC      101 Introduction to Psychology                            3   CITA          120   Computer Concepts & Op Sys                                  3
       OFFT      100 Introduction to Word Processing Software              3   CITA          200   Data Comm. & Networking                                     3
                      Elective                                             3   CITA          270   Fund Network Security                                       3
                                                                          18   STS           316   Investigating Cyberculture                                  3

       SECOND YEAR                                                             NATURAL RESOURCES
       Fall Semester                                                           Course                                                                 Credits
       CJUS        220 Criminal Investigation I                            3   NATR          110   Natural Resources Measurements                              3
       CJUS        230 Basics of Penal Law                                 3   NATR          120   Intro to Recreation Area Management                         3
                       Science (as advised)                              3-4   ENSC          106   Pesticide Use and Handling                                  2
                       Foreign Language                                    3   ENVT          100   Intro to Environ. Technology                                3
       ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                            3   RENG          102   Alternative Energy Resources                                3
                                                                       15-16   RREN          305   Renewable Resources Law/Regs                                3
                                                                               RREN          303   Fundamentals of GPS/GIS                                     3
       Spring Semester
       CJUS         221 Criminal Investigation II                          3
       CJUS         231 Criminal Procedure Law                             3
                                                                               ECONOMICS/WHITE COLLAR CRIME
       Additional Semester Foreign Language                                3   Course                                                                 Credits
       HIST              American History or Western Civilization          3   ECON          100   Introduction to Macroeconomics                              3
                         Elective                                          3   ECON          140   Introduction to Microeconomics                              3
                                                                          15   ECON          300   Money, Banking, & Financial Markets                         3
                                                                               ECON          370   International Economics                                     3
       THIRD YEAR
       Fall Semester
                                                                               ADOLESCENTS AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
       CJUS        301   Crime Scene Investigation & Management            3   Course                                                                 Credits
       CJUS        401   Emergency Planning & Response                     3   CJUS          235   Juvenile Delinquency                                        3
       CJUS        402   Terrorism and Law Enforcement                     3   PSCY          242   Adolescent Development                                      3
       CITA        110   Computer Applications I                           3   ENGL          122   Small Group Discussion                                      3
       ENGL        312   Advanced Technical Writing                        3   ENGL          123   Theories Interpersonal Communication                        3
                                                                          15   SOCS          201   Social Problems 21st Century                                3
                                                                               SOCI          220   Marriage and the Family                                     3
       Spring Semester
       CJUS        311 Interviewing Techniques in Criminal Justice         3   PUBLIC SAFETY/SECURITY
       CJUS        315 White Collar Crime                                  3   Course                                                                 Credits
       PSYC        304 Industrial/Organizational Psychology                3   BSAD          107   Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Gaming                        3
       -or-                                                                    CAS           103   Casino Security                                             3
       PSYC        384 Group Behavior                                      3   CAS           311   Surveillance & Security Technologies                        3
       -or-                                                                    SOCS          390   Urban Sociology                                             3
                                                                               STS           316   Investigating Cyberculture                                  3
       PSYC        386 Social Psychology                                   3
       PHIL        311 Professional Ethics                                 3
                       Course in Technical Sequence (See below)            3
                                                                          15
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       FOURTH YEAR
       Fall Semester
       CJUS        449 CJ Internship Preparation                           3
       CJUS        412 Arson and Bomb Investigations                       3
       CJUS        414 Investigation of Staff Misconduct/Workplace
                       Violence                                            3
                       2 Courses in Technical Sequence (See below)         6
                                                                          15
       Spring Semester
       CJUS        450 CJ Internship                                      15
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DAIRY MANAGEMENT B.TECH.—                                                             DANS
                                                                                      DANS
                                                                                               225
                                                                                               250
                                                                                                      Dairy Production and Management
                                                                                                      Dairy Perspectives
                                                                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                                                                         1
CODE #1605                                                                            DANS     301    Cornell Dairy Management Exchange                 16
                                                                                      DANS     305    Dairy Heifer Replacement and Management            3
Dairy Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of              DANS     340    Advanced Dairy Reproduction                        3
laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                          DANS     450    Advanced Dairy Herd Management
                                                                                      AGBS     100    Agricultural Economics                             3
Students are admitted to the baccalaureate program as freshmen with a B- or           AGBS     200    Marketing of Agricultural Products                 3
higher high school average and two units of math and science. SAT or ACT              ESCI     215    Equine Farm Management                             3
scores are required. Transfer students are admitted to the baccalaureate program      AGBS     305    Agricultural Financial Decision Making             3
by several means that offer flexibility to the student to meet the requirements of    AGBS     405    Capstone for Farm Managers and Rural Entrepreneurs 3
the degree. The student may successfully complete an A.A.S. agricultural degree       AGRO     110    Soil Science                                       3
program in agriculture, where required courses could transfer in the B.Tech. Dairy    AGRO     210    Field Crop Management                              3
Management program. The student may also enter the program after completing           AGRO     310    Pasture Management                                 3
transferable, college-level course work in either general education or technology-    BSAD     300    Management Communications                          3
based courses, or transfers from other accredited institutions. A minimum grade       ENGL     101    Composition and Research                           3
point average of 2.5 is required. All bachelor degree programs must complete          ENGL     102    Writing About Literature                           3
the State University of New York Board of Trustees mandated general education         -or-
requirements. Consult your academic advisor for specific details.                     ENGL     121    Introduction to Speech                              3
                                                                                      ENGL     312    Advanced Technical Communications                   3
The Northeast Dairy Industry has many advantages that are causing growth              AGSC     137    Analysis and Interpretation of Agriculture Data     2
and creating greater profitability. The resulting growth of the Northeast Dairy       AGSC     340    Animal Genetics                                     3
Industry is generating a need for qualified people trained in the management          AGSC     132    Introduction to Computer Applications
of dairy farms and related businesses. Dairy farms, like other businesses, are                          in Precision Farming                              2
really about people. The B.Tech. in Dairy Management is designed to prepare           -or-
students to enter this very dynamic and rewarding industry. The program focuses       OFFT     110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                   1
on enhancing management and herdsmanship skills. The program focuses on                            And one of the following 3 OFFT courses
three areas: interpersonal skills such as communication, animal science and           OFFT     100 Introduction to Word Processing Software               1
business management. The program is very practical and student-oriented,              OFFT     106 Personal Computer Keyboarding                          1
giving students many opportunities to experience working with dairy animals           OFFT     109 Introduction to Presentation Software                  1
and managing dairy enterprises.                                                       HUMN         Humanities (as advised)                                3
                                                                                                   Social Science (as advised)                            3
Facilities: Facilities include a free-stall complex with an electronically enhanced                Social Science (as advised)                            3
milking parlor and student-managed computer system. A 200-head heifer                              Western Civilization (as advised)                      3
facility plus the calf greenhouses provide a tremendous learning environment for                   American History (as advised)                          3
dairy students. The college also owns more than 500 acres of cropland to grow         SPAN     101 Beginning College Spanish I                            3
their own forages.                                                                                 Natural Science (as advised)                           3
                                                                                                   Dairy Science and / or Agriculture Elective            5
Cornell Dairy Management Exchange: An articulation agreement with Cornell                          Open Elective                                          3
University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the Department of                        Open Elective                                          3
Animal Science has been developed. As part of the B.Tech, a one-semester                           Open Elective                                          3
residency at Cornell University has been arranged for students in the four-
year program. The one-semester residency has been proposed as the Cornell                                 Sample Study Plan
Dairy Management Exchange. This experience, formerly called Cornell Dairy             FIRST YEAR
Management Experience, will allow the student to take upper level courses in          Fall Semester                                                 Credits
animal science and farm business management.                                          DANS     100    Dairy Nutrition                                     3
                                                                                      DANS     140    Dairy Cattle Judging                                1
Graduation Requirements: Graduation requirements for the Dairy Management             DANS     160    Introduction to Dairy Science                       3
B.Tech. include a minimum of 125 credit hours of course work with a minimum           AGBS     100    Agricultural Economics                              3
2.0 GPA. Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 - Intermediate Algebra             ENGL     101    Composition and Research                            3
with Trigonometry is required for completion of this program. All bachelor


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                                                                                      DANS     150    Dairy Practicum                                     1
degree students must complete the Liberal Arts and Sciences Local Distribution        -or-
Requirement as well as the State University of New York Board of Trustees             DANS     151 Dairy Techniques                                       1
mandated general education requirements. Consult your academic advisor for                                                                               17
specific details.
                                                                                      Spring Semester
Required Courses                                                    Credits           DANS    110 Dairy Breeding                                          3
AGSC         350    Animal Genetics                                          3        DANS     120    Anatomy and Physiology of the Dairy Cow             3
DANS         100    Dairy Nutrition                                          3        DANS     250    Dairy Perspectives                                  1
DANS         110    Dairy Breeding                                           3        AGRO     110    Soil Science                                        3
DANS         115    Dairy Artificial Insemination                            1        ENGL     102    Writing About Literature                            3
DANS         120    Anatomy and Physiology                                   3        -or-
DANS         140    Dairy Cattle Judging                                     1        ENGL     121    Introduction to Speech
DANS         150    Dairy Farm Practicum                                     1        AGBS     200    Marketing of Agricultural Products                  3
DANS         151    Dairy Techniques                                         1        DANS     115    Dairy Artificial Insemination                       1
DANS         160    Introduction to Dairy Science                            3        DANS     150    Dairy Farm Practicum                                1
DANS         210    Dairy Health                                             3        -or-
DANS         220    Dairy Herd Management                                    3        DANS     151 Dairy Techniques                                       1
                                                                                                                                                         18
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       SECOND YEAR                                                            Liberal Arts and Business Courses
       Fall Semester                                                Credits   BSAD     221   Business Statistics                        3
       DANS        220   Dairy Herd Management                            3   ENGL     121   Introduction to Speech                     3
       DANS        210   Dairy Health                                     3   BSAD     108   Business Law I                             3
       ESCI        215   Equine Farm Management                           3   BSAD     212   Principles of Finance in Management        3
       AGRO        210   Field Crops                                      3   BSAD     215   Human Resources Management                 3
       AGSC        132   Introduction to Computer Applications                BSAD     104   Organizational Behavior                    3
                           in Precision Farming                           2   BSAD     208   Introduction to Total Quality Management   3
       -or-                                                                   BSAD     100   Business in the 21st Century               3
       OFFT        110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software               1
                       And one of the following 3 OFFT courses
       OFFT        100 Introduction to Word Processing Software           1
       OFFT        106 Personal Computer Keyboarding                      1
       OFFT        109 Introduction to Presentation Software              1
                       Social Science (as advised)                        3
                                                                         17
       Spring Semester
       DANS        225 Dairy Production and Management                    3
                       Social Science (as advised)                        3
                       Ag Science or Dairy Science Elective               5
                       Open Elective                                      3
                                                                         14
       THIRD YEAR
       Fall Semester
       AGBS     305 Agricultural Financial Decision Making                3
       AGRO        310 Pasture Management and Forages Production          3
       ENGL        312 Advanced Technical Communications                  3
       DANS        340 Advanced Dairy Reproduction                        3
       -or-
       AGSC        350 Animal Genetics                                    3
                       Humanities (as advised)                            3
                       Open Elective                                      3
                                                                         15
       Spring Semester
       DANS        305 Dairy Heifer Replacement & Management              3
       AGBS        405 Capstone for Farm Managers and Entrepreneurs       3
       AGSC        137 Analysis and Interpretation of Agriculture Data    2
                       Other World Civ (as advised)                       3
       SPAN        101 Beginning College Spanish                          3
                       Open Elective                                      3
                                                                         17

       FOURTH YEAR
       Fall Semester
       AGSC        350 Animal Genetics                                    3
       -or-
       DANS        340 Advanced Dairy Reproduction                        3
       DANS        450 Advanced Dairy Herd Management                     4
       BSAD        300 Management Communications                          3
                       American History (as advised)                      3
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                       Natural Science (as advised)                       3
                       Open Elective                                      3
                                                                         16

       Spring Semester
       Cornell Dairy Exchange                                            16
                                                                         16
       SUGGESTED ELECTIVES
       Agricultural Courses
       AGBS        305 Agricultural Financial Decision Making             3
       AGBS        405 Capstone for Farm Managers and Rural
                       Entrepreneurs                                      3
       AGEN        105 Principles of Farm Machinery                       2
       AGEN        125 Residential Electrification                        3
       AGEN        140 Welding                                            3
       AGEN        145 Agricultural Building Systems                      3
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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL                                                            Required Courses
                                                                                      ACCT     100 Accounting Info and Management Decisions
                                                                                                                                                Credits
                                                                                                                                                          3
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT BBA -                                                             -or-
                                                                                      ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting                               3
CODE #1936                                                                            ECON     100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                         3
                                                                                      -or-
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management is a ThinkPad University               ECON     140    Introduction to Microeconomics (preferred)         3
curriculum in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.           BSAD     116     Business Organization and Management              3
                                                                                      BSAD     221    Business Statistics                                3
This degree will provide students with the opportunity to learn and apply             BSAD     300    Management Communications                          3
business practices necessary to becoming an entrepreneur and opening their            BSAD     310    Human Resource Management                          3
own business. The mission of the program is to afford graduating students             BSAD     325    Marketing Management                               3
with the opportunity to graduate with a diploma, a laptop, and the know-how           CITA     335    Enabling Technologies for Electronic Commerce      3
to create their own business. The program will provide students with technical        ENTR     317    The Entrepreneurial Process                        3
and business expertise through classroom and hands-on field experiences. The          ENTR     335    Entrepreneurial Finance                            3
features of this program align with the College’s mission of offering baccalaureate   ENTR     342    Innovation and New Venture Creation                3
degrees with a business nature and a strong emphasis on entrepreneurship and          ENTR     352    Entrepreneurial Value Chain Management             3
lifelong learning. This program is an “upper division” program for the Junior         ENTR     338    Legal Issues for the Entrepreneur                  3
and Senior years. Accepted students will have an associate degree or 60 hours         ENTR     327    Guerrilla Marketing Tactics for Small Business     3
of lower division course work prior to joining the program.                           ENTR     417    Creating the Business Venture                      3
                                                                                      ENTR     474     Preparation for Field Study                       3
Career Opportunities: This degree will provide students with the opportunity          ENTR     475    Practicum in Entrepreneurship/Business Consulting 15
to learn and apply business practices necessary to becoming an entrepreneur
and opening their own business.                                                                          Sample Study Plan
                                                                                      FIRST YEAR
Admission Requirements: Basic requirements for admission to the upper                 Fall Semester                                             Credits
division BBA Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management program are               ENTR     317 The Entrepreneurial Process                            3
as follows:                                                                           ACCT     100 Accounting Info and Management Decisions               3
      1) An AAS or an AS or 60 hours of lower division course work (from              -or-
         an accredited college or university) with a minimum GPA of 2.3.              ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                             3
      2) Completion of Math 102 - Intermediate Algebra with                           ECON     140 Introduction to Microeconomics (preferred)
         Trigonometry (C or better required) or equivalent                            -or-
         prior to enrolling in the BBA program.                                       ECON     100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                         3
                                                                                      BSAD     116 Business Organization and Management                   3
Graduation Requirements:           A student graduating with a BBA in                 BSAD     221 Business Statistics                                    3
Entrepreneurship, in addition to the 30 hours of SUNY required General                             SUNY General Education Requirement or upper
Education Courses, will have a total of 61 hours of business and entrepreneurship                  division elective (as advised)/ needed                  3
courses consisting of 12 hours of lower division business courses (basic business                                                                      15-18
courses) and 49 hours of upper division courses. A minimum of 121 hours of
coursework is required.
                                                                                      Spring Semester
                                                                                      ENTR     335    Entrepreneurial Finance                             3
Program Learning Outcomes:             Students enrolled in the BBA in
                                                                                      BSAD     325    Marketing Management                                3
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management program will develop and
                                                                                      ENTR     342    Innovation and New Venture Creation                 3
demonstrate the following characteristics:
                                                                                      ENTR     352    Entrepreneurial Value Chain Management              3
     •    The ability to seek, identify, and seize opportunities
                                                                                      ENTR     338    Legal Issues for the Entrepreneur                   3
     •    A willingness to take calculated risks
                                                                                                      SUNY General Education Requirement or upper
     •    The ability to formulate an effective business plan
                                                                                                      division elective (as advised) as needed             3
     •    The ability to effectively identify, procure
                                                                                                                                                       15-18
          and organize needed resources
     •    The ability to create and operate their own business                        SECOND YEAR
                                                                                      Fall Semester

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                                                                                      ENTR     417 Creating the Business Venture                          3
                                                                                      ENTR     327 Guerrilla Marketing Tactics for the Small
                                                                                                   Business                                               3
                                                                                      BSAD     300 Management Communications                              3
                                                                                      CITA     335 Enabling Technologies for Electronic
                                                                                                   Commerce                                               3
                                                                                      BSAD     310 Human Resource Management                              3
                                                                                      ENTR     474 Preparation for Field Study                            1
                                                                                                                                                         16

                                                                                      Spring Semester
                                                                                      ENTR     475    Practicum Entrepreneurship/Business Consulting     15
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       EQUINE SCIENCE B.TECH.—CODE                                                                 •    prioritize human and horse safety in all aspects of horse care and
                                                                                                        horsemanship
       #1321                                                                                       •    conduct the necessary research, analysis, evaluation, and critical
                                                                                                        thinking skills required of equine management and/or training
       Equine Science is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of                      •    demonstrate ability to develop a well organized approach to address
       laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                                     common problems related to equine training and management
                                                                                                   •    demonstrate ability to develop and implement a business plan for a
       This degree offering focuses on enhancing the management and horsemanship                        small to moderate sized horse establishment
       skills at the upper division level. Students must select one of the following               •    develop a positive, confident outlook and a responsible work ethic
       options as a specialization: equine science and management (hunt seat,                           that is likely to attract success as a horse professional
       western, or draft concentration); breeding management; racing management                    •    understand the importance of exercising sound ethical principles
       (harness racing or thoroughbred racing) or equine business management. A                         and judgment when dealing with employers, employees and cli-
       work internship or international exchange program is mandated to complete                        ents
       the degree requirements.
                                                                                              *General Education Requirements (may have been taken in the AAS degree
       The strengths of the equine science and management program are mainly                  curriculum as transfer credits):
       twofold: first in the range of courses, which offer practical experience in            Must take one course from each of the following groups
       handling horses. The program provides the student with the opportunity to
       concentrate on breeding, training, nutrition, and management specifically with         ENGL 101 or ENGL 112 or ENGL 121
       horses, rather than with a generalized group of livestock. The second strength         ENGL 102 or MUSI 102 or PHIL 201 or PHIL 211 or PHIL 311
       of the program is the quality of the facilities available to the student. The          HIST 161 or HIST 162
       college has two new 100-foot by 200-foot indoor arenas, An 80-foot by 264-             HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225
       foot indoor riding arena, two 100-foot by 200-foot outdoor arenas, a half-mile         PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101
       racing track, three horse barns, a 34,000 square foot breeding and training
       facility, four hot walkers, trails, paddocks, and all of the associated equipment      Equine Science General Requirements                              Credits
       and supplies necessary for a suitable educational experience. Additionally, there      ACCT       100 Accounting Information and Management
       are more than 300 horses on site.                                                                     Decisions                                                  3
                                                                                              -or-
       Faculty and staff have a broad range of industry experience, including licensure       ACCT       101 Principles of Accounting I                                 3
       by the United States Trotting Association as trainers and drivers, certification for   -or-
       specific technical areas, and are carded judges for various breed organizations.       AGBS       250   Decision Making for Agr. Managers                        3
       The college also has intercollegiate riding teams and state-of-the-art equipment       AGBS       220   Agricultural Finance                                     3
       in all facets of the program.                                                          AGRO       310   Pasture Management and Forage Production                 3
                                                                                              AGSC       350   Animal Genetics                                          3
       All of the above provide for an industry-ready and quality equine education.           BIOL             Biology (2 4-credit courses with lab, (as advised))      8
                                                                                              -or-
       Equine International Student Exchange Program: Morrisville State College               CHEM             Chemistry (2 4-credit courses with lab (as advised))    8
       offers an exciting international student exchange opportunity for students             ENGL       312   Technical Communications                                3
       enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology degree in Equine Science. Students              ESCI       310   Applied Equine Nutrition                                3
       attending other colleges and universities may qualify to participate in the            ESCI       315   Equine Business Management                              3
       Equine International Student Exchange Program as a “visiting student” by               ESCI       420   Equine Internship                                      15
       contacting the Admissions Office at 800-258-0111.                                                       General Education Courses (as advised)                  3
                                                                                                               Electives
       Entrance Requirements: Students admitted into this upper-division
       baccalaureate program must possess an associate in applied science (A.A.S.) or         EQUINE SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT OPTION
       an associate in science (A.S.) in equine science, animal science or agricultural
                                                                                              Class
       science with specialization in equine or animal science. A minimum grade
                                                                                              ERID       300 Advanced Equine Specialization I                           4
       point average of 2.3 is required in addition to demonstrated competency in
                                                                                              ERID       350 Advanced Equine Specialization II                          4
       horsemanship skills by examination where applicable.
                                                                                              ERID       400 Advanced Equine Specialization III                         4
       Graduation Requirements: Graduation requirements for the Equine Science
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       B.Tech. include the following general requirements plus the requirements               EQUINE RACING MANAGEMENT OPTION
       from one of the following options: Equine Science and Management, Equine               Class
       Breeding Management, Equine Racing Management, or Equine Business                      ESTB       300 Advanced Equine Specialization I                           4
       Management. A minimum of 128 credit hours (with a cumulative GPA of a                  ESTB       350 Advanced Equine Specialization II                          4
       2.0 or better) of course work is required including the credits from the Equine        ESTB       400 Advanced Equine Specialization III                         4
       Science and Management or Equine Racing Management A.A.S. or transfer of
       another applicable associate degree. Additionally, all State University of New         EQUINE BREEDING MANAGEMENT OPTION
       York bachelor degree candidates must complete the Board of Trustees mandated
                                                                                              Class
       general education requirements (see listing in this catalog). Demonstrated
                                                                                              ESCI       320   Equine Youngstock Management                             1
       proficiency through MATH 102 - Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry is
                                                                                              ESCI       340   Equine Promotion and Sales                               3
       required for completion of this program.
                                                                                              ERID       350   Advanced Equine Specialization II                        4
                                                                                              ESCI       400   Advanced Equine Reproduction and Stud
       Program Learning Outcomes:
                                                                                                               Management                                               4
       Upon completion of the program, and according to the particular concentration
       of this major, a successful graduate will be able to:
             •     demonstrate a familiarity with effective equine management and
                   training processes
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EQUINE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT OPTION                                                                  Sample Study Plans
Choose 12 credit hours of business related coursework from the suggested list
of electives below:
                                                                                EQUINE SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT OPTION
Class                                                            Credits
AGBS         305   Agricultural Financial Decision Making                 3     SUMMER/FALL INTERNSHIP SEQUENCE
BSAD         300   Management Communications                              3
BSAD         310   Human Resources                                        3     THIRD YEAR
BSAD         320   Entrepreneurship                                       3     Fall Semester                                               Credits
BSAD         325   Analytical Marketing                                   3     ERID     300 Advanced Equine Specialization I                     4
BSAD         350   Principles of Corporate Finance                        3     ESCI     310 Applied Equine Nutrition                             3
BSAD         400   Production and Operations Management                   3     AGRO     310 Pasture Management and Forages
BSAD         408   Responsible Business Ownership                         3                    Production                                         3
CITA         405   Project Management                                     3     ESCI     315 Equine Business Management                           3
BSAD         449   Management Policy and Issues                           3     ENGL     312 Advanced Technical Communications                    3
AGBS         350   Agriculture Business Development                       3                                                                      16
AGBS         400   Agriculture Product Market and Distribution            4
AGBS         450   Agriculture Policy and Dev.                            3     Spring Semester
AGBS         460   International Ag. Marketing                            3     ERID     350 Advanced Equine Specialization II                    4
AGBS         480   Retailing Agriculture Products                         3     AGBS     220 Agricultural Finance                                 3
AGBS         405   Capstone for Farm Manager                              3     ACCT     100 Accounting Information and Mgt. Decisions            3
                                                                                -or-
SUGGESTED ELECTIVES (may have pre-                                              ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                           3
requisites)                                                                     -or-
Class                                                                           AGBS     250 Decision Making for Agr. Managers                    3
AGNR         400   Instructional Assistance Experience                  1- 4    BIOL         Biology with lab(as advised)                         4
AGRO         210   Field Crops                                             3    -or-
AGEN         102   Agricultural Equipment Operation                        3    CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                   4
AGEN         105   Principles of Farm Machinery                            3                    General Education Courses (as advised)            3
ACCT         102   Principles of Accounting II                             3                                                                     17
ACCT         201   Intermediate Accounting                                 3    FOURTH YEAR
BIOL         235   Microbiology and Lab                                    4    Fall Semester
BSAD         104   Organizational Behavior                                 3    ESCI     420 Equine Internship                                   15
BSAD         108   Business Law I                                          3                 Elective (as advised)                                3
BSAD         112   Marketing                                               3                                                                     18
BSAD         212   Principles of Finance in Management                     3    Spring Semester
BSAD         216   Problems in Human Resource Management                   3    ERID     400 Advanced Equine Specialization III                   4
ERID         330   Equine Instruction Methodology                          1    AGSC     350 Animal Genetics                                      3
ESCI         300   Internship in Equine Science                            4    BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                        4
ESCI         410   Equine Exercise Physiology                              2    -or-
ENGL         121   Introduction to Speech                                  3    CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                   4
JOUR         111   News Writing and Reporting                              4                    Electives                                         5
JOUR         272   Public Relations and Publicity Management               3                                                                     16
AGBS         305   Agricultural Financial Decision Making                  3
                                                                                SPRING INTERNSHIP SEQUENCE
BSAD         300   Management Communications                               3
BSAD         310   Human Resources                                         3    THIRD YEAR
BSAD         320   Entrepreneurship                                        3    Fall Semester
BSAD         325   Analytical Marketing                                    3    ERID     300    Advanced Equine Specialization I                  4
BSAD         350   Principles of Corporate Finance                         3    ESCI     315    Equine Business Management                        3
BSAD         400   Production and Operations Management                    3    ESCI     310    Applied Equine Nutrition                          3
BSAD         408   Responsible Business Ownership                          3    AGRO     310    Pasture Management and Forages Production         3


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CITA         405   Project Management                                      3    ENGL     312    Advanced Technical Communications                 3
BSAD         449   Management Policy and issues                            3                                                                     16
AGBS         350   Agriculture Business Development                        3    Spring Semester
AGBS         400   Agriculture Product market and Distribution             4    ERID     300 Advanced Equine Specialization II                    4
AGBS         450   Agriculture Policy and Dev.                             3    AGSC     350 Animal Genetics                                      3
AGBS         460   International Ag. Marketing                             3    AGBS     220 Agricultural Finance                                 3
AGBS         480   Retailing Agriculture Products                          3    BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                        4
AGBS         405   Capstone for Farm Manager                               3    -or-
                                                                                CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                   4
                                                                                                Elective                                          3
                                                                                                                                                 17
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       FOURTH YEAR                                                           Spring Semester                                              Credits
       Fall Semester                                               Credits   ESTB     400 Advanced Equine Specialization III                    4
       ERID     400 Advanced Equine Specialization III                   4   AGSC     350 Animal Genetics                                       3
       ACCT     100 Accounting Info. and Management Decisions            3   AGBS     220 Agricultural Finance                                  3
       -or-                                                                  BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                         4
       ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                           3   -or-
       -or-                                                                  CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                    4
       AGBS     250 Decision Making for Agr. Managers                    3                   Elective                                           3
                    General Education Course (as advised)                3                                                                     17
       BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                        4   FOURTH YEAR
       -or-                                                                  Fall Semester
       CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                   4   ESTB     350 Advanced Equine Specialization II                     4
                       Elective                                          3   ACCT     100 Accounting Info. and Management Decisions             3
                                                                        16   -or-
       Spring Semester                                                       ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                            3
       ESCI     420 Equine Internship                                   15   -or-
                                                                             AGBS     250 Decision Making for Agr. Managers                     3
                                                                                          General Education Course (as advised)                 3
       EQUINE RACING MANAGEMENT OPTION                                       BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                         4
       SUMMER/FALL INTERNSHIP SEQUENCE                                       -or-
       THIRD YEAR                                                            CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                    4
       Fall Semester                                                                         Electives                                          2
       ESTB     300    Advanced Equine Specialization I                  4                                                                     16
       ESCI     310    Applied Equine Nutrition                          3   Spring Semester
       ESCI     315    Equine Business Management                        3   ESCI     420 Equine Internship                                    15
       AGRO     310    Pasture Management and Forages Production         3
       ENGL     312    Advanced Technical Communications                 3   EQUINE BREEDING MANAGEMENT OPTION
                                                                        16
                                                                             SPRING INTERNSHIP
       Spring Semester
       ESTB     350 Advanced Equine Specialization II                    4
       AGBS     220 Agricultural Finance                                 3   THIRD YEAR
       ACCT     100 Accounting Info. and Management Decisions            3   Fall Semester
       -or-                                                                  ESCI     340    Equine Promotion and Sales                         3
       ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                           3   ESCI     320    Equine Youngstock Management                       1
       -or-                                                                  ESCI     315    Equine Business Management                         3
       AGBS     250 Decision Making for Agr. Managers                    3   ESCI     310    Applied Equine Nutrition                           3
                    General Education Course (as advised)                3   AGRO     310    Pasture Management and Forages Productions         3
       BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                        4   ENGL     312    Advanced Technical Communications                  3
       -or-                                                                                                                                    16
       CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                   4   Spring Semester
                                                                        17   ESCI     400 Advanced Equine Reproduction
       FOURTH YEAR                                                                        and Stud Management                                   4
       Fall Semester                                                         AGSC     350 Animal Genetics                                       3
       ESCI     420 Equine Internship                                   15   AGBS     220 Agricultural Finance                                  3
                    Electives                                            2   BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                         4
                                                                        17   -or-
       Spring Semester                                                       CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                    4
       ESTB     400 Advanced Equine Specialization III                   4                   General Education Course (as advised)              3
       AGSC     350 Animal Genetics                                      3                                                                     17
       BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                        4   FOURTH YEAR
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       -or-                                                                  Fall Semester
       CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                   4   ERID     350 Advanced Equine Specialization II                     4
                       Electives                                         5   ACCT     100 Accounting Info. and Management Decisions             3
                                                                        16   -or-
       SPRING INTERNSHIP SEQUENCE                                            ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                            3
       THIRD YEAR                                                            -or-
       Fall Semester                                                         AGBS     250 Decision Making for Agr. Managers                     3
       ESTB     300    Advanced Equine Specialization I                  4   BIOL         Biology with lab (as advised)                         4
       ESCI     315    Equine Business Management                        3   -or-
       ESCI     310    Applied Equine Nutrition                          3   CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                    4
       AGRO     310    Pasture Management and Forages Production         3                   Elective                                           6
       ENGL     312    Advanced Technical Communications                 3                                                                     17
                                                                        16   Spring Semester
                                                                             ESCI     420 Equine Internship                                    15
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HORTICULTURE BUSINESS                                                                   •	   Describe the state of the industry and potential
                                                                                             business career opportunities.
MANAGEMENT B. Tech. - CODE                                                              •	   Demonstrate organizational and managerial skills
                                                                                             in greenhouse operations, crop production, flower
#1941                                                                                        shop operations, and landscape installation.
                                                                                        •	   Deal professionally and ethically with clients.
In combining the study of plant science and commercial business management              •	   Utilize oral and computer communication
at the baccalaureate level, the Horticulture Business Management degree                      skills necessary to conduct business.
program is the first of its kind in New York State. The purpose of this program         •	   Practice a collaborative spirit in team-
is to provide students entering the horticulture industry with the necessary                 efforts and project coordination.
knowledge, skills, and training to own, manage and/or be gainfully employed             •	   Locate and evaluate information about new
in a commercial horticulture business operation. Both nationwide and within                  products and services in the industry.
New York State, Horticulture is a healthy and dynamic industry that includes            •	   Utilize existing technology, products and services
several divisions and branches such as: Floriculture; Viticulture; Fruit &                   to maximize business efficiency and success.
Vegetable Crop Production; Greenhouse and Nursery Production; Landscape                 •	   Demonstrate hands-on experience in landscape
Development and Management; and Landscape Design. The educational                            planning and construction, horticultural production,
objectives of Horticultural Business Management are to ensure that its successful            and floral design/shop management.
B. Tech. candidates acquire all the scientific, technical, critical thinking, and       •	   Apply experience in horticultural practices
managerial knowledge and skills pertaining to the field of Horticulture.                     such as plant propagation, plant pathology and
                                                                                             protection, pesticide use and handling.
Career Opportunities The B. Tech. in Horticultural Business Management                  •	   Demonstrate advanced knowledge of plant physiology, and the
is consistent with the overall mission of Morrisville State College to cultivate             characteristics and landscape uses of northeast plant species.
the entrepreneurial context of education and to prepare its graduates for career        •	   Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills in
opportunities in existing and emerging areas of agriculture and technology.                  landscape planning, design, and management.
The programmatic goals of the B. Tech. in Horticulture Business Management              •	   Illustrate a well-developed aesthetic sense
are to ensure that successful graduates of this program will be qualified to:                in landscape and floral design.
      1) Secure entry-to mid-level professional positions in the horticulture           •	   Use an integrated approach to landscape and
          industry including retail and wholesale nursery/greenhouse firms,                  nursery management of pests and diseases.
          retail garden centers, landscape businesses, food crop production,
          horticultural product development, and marketing firms.                   Required Horticulture Courses                                  Credits
      2) Assume leadership and supervisory positions in project                     (minimum 59 hrs)
          management of horticultural and landscape endeavors.                      HORT      101 Plant Materials                                             3
      3) Establish and operate a business such as a garden center, nursery,         HORT      103 Landscape Planning & Design I                               3
          flower shop, landscape contracting or similar business.                   HORT      108 Herbaceous Plant Materials                                  2
      4) Fulfill their long-term entrepreneurial career objectives.                 HORT      109 Landscape & Turf Management                                 3
                                                                                    HORT      110 Horticulture Practices                                      2
Transfer Opportunities: Transfer into this program is possible from a wide          HORT      111 Horticulture Practices                                      2
range of college programs. Students from other accredited horticulture              HORT      200 Horticulture Production                                     3
programs will transfer with the highest number of credits.                          HORT      201 Plant Propagation                                           3
                                                                                    HORT      202 Greenhouse Production                                       3
Admission Requirements: Students admitted into this program as freshmen             HORT      210 Horticulture Practices II                                   2
must possess a B- or higher high school average and two units each of defined       HORT      211 Horticulture Practices II                                   2
math and science. A minimum score of 450 English and 500 Math SAT scores            HORT      241 Plant Protection                                            3
are required. Students may transfer into this degree program after successfully     HORT      310 Horticulture Practices III                                  3
completing an AAS in horticulture or a related field. Students who have             HORT      311 Horticulture Practices III                                  3
completed transferable, college level course work may receive admission to          HORT      320 Introduction to Internship                                  1
the program on a case-by-case basis. A minimum 2.2 cumulative grade point           HORT      400 Horticulture Production Management                          3
average is required for transfer students. Transfers must be able to handle         HORT      403 Planting Design                                             4
the rigor of the upper division courses and consequently will be held to a          HORT      410 Horticulture Practices IV                                   3
slightly higher standard. Courses with a C average or higher will be accepted       HORT      411 Horticulture Practices                                      3
for transfer but the overall average should be 2.2 or higher. The intent is to      HORT      420 Horticulture Summer Internship                              5


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admit those students who have some foundation of aesthetic awareness, critical      HORT      430 Horticulture Business Development                           3
thinking, and problem-solving skills that will support them in completing this
program and in achieving their academic goals.                                      Required Business & Computer Courses
                                                                                    (minimum 32 hrs)
Graduation Credit Requirements: 91 hrs. Major courses; 30 hrs. General              BSAD      108 Business Law I                                              3
Education;. 121 total credits.                                                      BSAD      112 Marketing                                                   3
                                                                                    BSAD      116 Business Org & Marketing                                    3
A minimum of 121 credit hours must be completed for the Bachelor of                 BSAD      325 Analytic Marketing                                          3
Technology degree in Horticulture Business Management.                              BSAD      300 Management Communications                                   3
    A. Required Horticulture Courses                   59                           BSAD      310 Human Resource Management                                   3
    B. Required Business & Computer Courses            32                           BSAD      320 Entrepreneurship                                            3
    C.. GEN ED Requirements                            30                           AGBS      305 Agricultural Financial Decision Making                      3
        TOTAL CREDIT HRS                               121                          CITA      100 Computing Concepts & Applications                           2
Math competency through Math 102 is required for this program.                      CITA      130 Computer Applications II                                    3
                                                                                    CITA      335 Enabling Technologies for Electronic Commerce               3
Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and
according to the particular concentration of this major, a successful graduate
will be able to:
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       GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS                                             Sample Study Plan
       (minimum 30 hrs)
                                                               FIRST YEAR
       ENGL      101 Composition and Research              3
       ENGL      112 Technical Communications              3
                                                               Fall Semester                                              Credits
                                                                               American History elective                        3
       BIOL      102 Botany, Form and Function             3
                                                               HORT     101    Plant Materials                                  3
       SPAN      101 Beginning College Spanish I           3
                                                               HORT     110    Horticulture Practices I                         2
       ECON      100 Intro to Macroeconomics               3
                                                               BSAD     108    Business Law I                                   3
                       Math Elective*                      3
                                                               ENGL     101    Composition & Research                           3
                       American History General Elective   3
                                                               MATH     102    Algebra with Trigonometry                        3
                       Western Civilization Elective       3
                                                                                                                               17
                       Science Elective                    3
                       Humanities Elective                 3   Spring Semester
                                                               HORT     108    Herbaceous Plant Materials                       2
                                                               HORT     111    Horticulture Practices I                         2
                                                               HORT     103    Landscape Planning I                             3
                                                               BIOL     102    Botany, Form and Function                        3
                                                               BSAD     112    Marketing                                        3
                                                                               Humanities Elective                              3
                                                                                                                               16
                                                               SECOND YEAR
                                                               Fall Semester
                                                               HORT     201    Plant Propagation                                3
                                                               HORT     210    Horticulture Practices II                        2
                                                               HORT     200    Horticulture Production                          3
                                                               HORT     109    Landscape and Turf Management                    3
                                                               CITA     100    Computing Concepts & Applications                2
                                                               ENGL     112    Technical Communications                         3
                                                                                                                               16
                                                               Spring Semester
                                                               HORT     241    Plant Protection                                 3
                                                               HORT     211    Horticulture Practices II                        2
                                                               HORT     202    Greenhouse Production                            3
                                                               BSAD     116    Business Org & Marketing                         3
                                                               CITA     130    Computer Applications II                         3
                                                               ECON     100    Introduction to Macroeconomics                   3
                                                                               17
                                                               THIRD YEAR
                                                               Fall Semester
                                                               HORT     400 Horticulture Production Mgmt.                       3
                                                               HORT     310 Horticulture Practices III                          3
                                                               AGBS     305 Agricultural Financial Decision- Making             3
                                                                            Science Elective                                    3
                                                                                                                               12
                                                               Spring Semester
                                                               HORT     320 Introduction to Internship                          1
                                                               HORT     311 Horticulture Practices III                          3
                                                                            Western Civilization Gen Ed elective                3
                                                               BSAD     325 Analytic Marketing                                  3
                                                               BSAD     320 Entrepreneurship                                    3
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                                                               FOURTH YEAR
                                                               Fall Semester
                                                               HORT     403    Planting Design                                  4
                                                               HORT     410    Horticulture Practices IV                        3
                                                               HORT     420    Horticulture Summer Internship                   5
                                                               SPAN     101    Beginning College Spanish I                      3
                                                               BSAD     300    Management Communications                        3
                                                                                                                               18
                                                               Spring Semester
                                                               HORT     430    Horticulture Business Development                3
                                                               HORT     411    Horticulture Practices IV                        3
                                                               BSAD     310    Human Resource Management                        3
                                                               CITA     335    Enabling Technologies for Electronic Commerce    3
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HUMAN PERFORMANCE AND                                                                      HPHP
                                                                                           HPHP
                                                                                                      301
                                                                                                      304
                                                                                                            Kinesiology
                                                                                                            Community Service in Exercise & Sport Science
                                                                                                                                                                 4
                                                                                                                                                                 1
HEALTH PROMOTION B.S. - CODE                                                               HPHP       305   Fitness Assessment & Exercise Programming            4
                                                                                           HPHP       400   Application of Strength & Conditioning Principles    3
#1930                                                                                      HPHP       401   Cardiopulmonary Assessment for Exercise              3
                                                                                           HPHP       402   Wellness Center Internship                           3
Program Description: The degree will prepare students for fitness positions in             HPHP       403   Exercise Physiology for Special Populations          3
wellness facilities, as well as in general fitness facilities and gyms. Towards this       HPHP       404   Fitness Leadership and Administration                3
end, the curriculum will include a strong foundation in math and science, along            HPHP       405   Capstone Internship                                  6
with basic fitness-related classes in general fitness and wellness, sport psychology,
motor learning, strength and conditioning, exercise physiology, exercise                   Additional Required Courses
appraisal and programming, biomechanics and fitness program administration.                NUTR       110   Nutrition I                                          3
Specialized classes will include introduction to exercise field work, emergency            NUTR       250   Sports Nutrition                                     3
response procedures, cardiopulmonary assessment, exercise physiology for special           PHYS       107   Introductory Physics I                               4
populations, and kinesiology.                                                              BIOL       150   Human Anatomy & Physiology I                         4
                                                                                           BIOL       151   Human Anatomy & Physiology II                        4
The baccalaureate program culminates in two internships designed to provide                PSYC       250   Social Gerontology                                   3
the student with significant hands-on training and experience in the field of              MATH       141   Statistics                                           3
Human Performance and Health Promotion. The first internship involves direct               PHIL       311   Professional Ethics                                  3
participation in the daily operations of the college-run wellness center. The students     PSYC       384   Group Behavior                                       3
will be responsible for all aspects of the operation including administration,             PSYC       386   Social Psychology                                    3
management, and exercise programming. The Capstone Internship involves a                   ENGL       121   Introduction to Speech                               3
practical off-campus learning experience immersing students in the day-to-day              ENGL       312   Advanced Technical Communications                    3
operations of approved agencies. Sites for internships will include corporate
fitness centers, wellness clinics, and community-based health clubs.                       Required General Education
                                                                                           ENGL       101   Composition and Research                             3
Admission Requirements                                                                     BIOL       120   General Biology I                                    4
High School: Required: Minimum high school average of 78%, Math A & B,                     PSYC       101   Introduction to Psychology                           3
or Math I and II, or Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry, defined science to                PHIL       201   Introduction to Philosophy                           3
include biology and physics. 3 years of high school English with average 78%.              HIST             (as advised)                                         3
Minimum SAT scores of 500 in math and 450 in verbal with a combined score of                                (as advised)                                         9
950. Desired: Math through precalculus and general chemistry.

Career Opportunities: The degree will prepare students for preventative and
rehabilitative fitness positions in cardiac rehabilitation and wellness facilities, car-                        Sample Study Plan
diology offices, hospitals and nursing homes, as well as in general fitness facilities     FIRST YEAR
and gyms                                                                                   Fall Semester                                                Credits
                                                                                           ENGL       101 Composition and Research                               3
Graduation Requirements                                                                    BIOL       120 General Biology I                                      4
Total hours required: 128 (Seventy-four (74) of the credit hours are lower division        HPHP       100 Introduction to Wellness & Fitness                     4
courses with fifty-two (52) credits from Liberal Arts/Science and twenty-two (22)          MATH           Math (as advised) *                                    3
credits from core courses. The fifty-four (54) upper division credit hours consist         NUTR       110 Nutrition I                                            3
of twenty-one (21) Liberal Arts/Science credits and thirty-three (33) credit hours                                                                              17
from courses within the major)                                                             Spring Semester
GPA: 2.0                                                                                   ENGL       121 Introduction to Speech                                 3
Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement – Students must                    HPHP       101 Fieldwork in Human Performance &
complete 60 semester hours of humanities, social science and science (as                                  Health Promotion                                       1
advised).                                                                                  MATH           Math (as advised)*                                     3
SUNY General Education: Students must complete all 10 of the SUNY General                  HIST           American History (as advised)                          3
Education areas (as advised).                                                              PHYS       107 Introductory Physics I                                 4
Proficiencies: MATH 151                                                                                   Elective (as advised)                                  3


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Program Learning Outcomes
    •	   Obtain a client’s health history to discuss risk and exercise options.
                                                                                           SECOND YEAR
    •	   Administer fitness appraisals in all five core components of                      Fall Semester
         physical fitness: body composition, cardiorespiratory endurance,                  BIOL       150 Human Anatomy and Physiology I                         4
         muscle endurance, muscle strength, and flexibility.                               HPHP       200 Exercise Physiology I                                  4
    •	   Respond to any emergencies that may arise during testing and                      Elective       Elective (as advised)                                  3
         exercise. Create a scientifically-based exercise program.                         PSYC       101 Introduction to Psychology                             3
    •	   Lead, supervise, and effectively guide and motivate individuals                   HIST           World or European History (as advised)                 3
         in the exercise program. Demonstrate ethical personal                                                                                                  17
         and professional behavior in all aspects of practice.
                                                                                           Spring Semester
Required Core Courses                                                   Credits            BIOL       151   Human Anatomy and Physiology II                      4
HPHP          100    Introduction to Wellness and Fitness                         4        PSYC       250   Social Gerontology                                   3
HPHP          101    Fieldwork in Human Performance Health Promotion              1        HPHP       201   Exercise Physiology II                               4
HPHP          200    Exercise Physiology I                                        4        PHIL       201   Introduction to Philosophy                           3
HPHP          201    Exercise Physiology II                                       4        MATH       141   Statistics                                           3
HPHP          300    Sports and Exercise Psychology                               3                                                                             17
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       THIRD YEAR                                                          INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
       Fall Semester
       PHIL       311   Professional Ethics                            3   MANAGEMENT - B.B.A. - CODE
       HPHP
       HPHP
                  300
                  301
                        Sport and Exercise Psychology
                        Kinesiology
                                                                       3
                                                                       4   2042
       PSYC       384   Group Behavior                                 3
                                                                      13   Information Technology Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum
                                                                           in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       Spring Semester
       ENGL       312 Advanced Technical Communications                3   This program is designed to prepare the student to be a new type of business
       HPHP       304 Community Service in Exercise and Sport              leader for the fast-paced information technology field. Leaders in this industry
                      Science                                          1   must have the ability to communicate effectively, deal with complexity, and
       HPHP       305 Fitness Assessment and Exercise                      manage change with a wide diversity of employees and customers. This program
                      Programming                                      4   uniquely combines technical and business knowledge with management
       Elective       Upper Division Social Science Gen Ed Elective    3   concepts and theory. The capstone full-semester internship will enable students
       NUTR       250 Sports Nutrition                                 3   to bridge the gap between theory and practice.
                      Language (as advised)                            3
                                                                      17   Admission Requirements: Required (freshmen): 3 units of Regents math (or
                                                                           equivalent), high school average of 80 or better, minimum SAT scores of 500
                                                                           in math and 450 in verbal. Required (transfers): 2.5 GPA or better from the
       FOURTH YEAR
                                                                           transferring institution, 3 units of Regents math (or equivalent college math
       Fall Semester                                                       courses), and basic computer literacy. Applicants who do not meet all admission
       HPHP       400 Application of Strength and Conditioning
                                                                           requirements will be considered on an individual basis.
                      Principles                                       3
       HPHP       401 Cardiopulmonary Assessment for Exercise          3
                                                                           Career Opportunities: computer operations manager, chief systems analyst,
       HPHP       402 Wellness Center Internship                       3
                                                                           information systems manager, Web site manager, systems project manager,
       HPHP       403 Exercise Physiology for Special Populations      3
                                                                           information systems operations manager. Students may also continue their
       HIST           Other World Civilizations                        3
                                                                           education to earn M.B.A., Engineering, Education, or other graduate degree.
                                                                      15
                                                                           Requirements for graduation: Graduates must have 123 credits including a
       Spring Semester                                                     total of 30 credit hours in the liberal arts & sciences (at least 6 credits at the
       HPHP       404 Fitness Program Leadership and                       300-400 level); 36 credits of business core courses (at least 18 at 300-400 level);
                      Administration                                   3   36 credits of information technology core courses (at least 18 credits at 300-
       PSYC       386 Social Psychology                                3   400 level); 12 credit internship; 9 credits of general electives. Students must
                      The Arts (as advised)                            3   complete through MATH 147 or higher.
       HPHP       405 Human Performance and Health Promotion
                      Capstone Internship                              6
                                                                           Transfer Opportunities:
                                                                      15
                                                                           Although not designed with transfer in mind, students could transfer to other
                                                                           Information Technology bachelor programs.

                                                                           Program Learning Outcomes:
                                                                               •	   Capable of converting business needs into IT solutions
                                                                               •	   Capable of effectively communicating between
                                                                                    the business and the IT world

                                                                           Required Courses                                                      Credits
                                                                           Information Technology Core (36 credits, 15 credits at upper division)
                                                                           CITA        110 Computer Applications I                                        3
                                                                           CITA        120 Computer Concepts & OS                                         3
                                                                           CITA        140 Introduction to Programming                                    3
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                                                                           CITA        200 Data Communications and Networking                             3
                                                                           CITA        220 Systems Analysis                                               3
                                                                           CITA        405 Project Management                                             3
                                                                           CITA             CITA by advisement                                            3
                                                                           CITA             Core Elective                                                 3
                                                                           CITA             300-400 level                                                 9
                                                                           CITA        460 Organizational and End User Information System                 3
                                                                           CITA        395 Internship Orientation Seminar                                 1
                                                                           CITA        480 Internship                                                    12

                                                                           Business Core
                                                                           (36 credits, 18 credits at upper division)
                                                                           ACCT          101 Principles of Accounting I                                   3
                                                                           ACCT          102 Principles of Accounting II                                  3
                                                                           BSAD          116 Business Organization & Management                           3
                                                                           BSAD          108 Business Law I                                               3
                                                                           BSAD          221 Business Statistics                                          3
                                                                           BSAD          300 Management Communications                                    3
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BSAD        310   Human Resources Management                        3   FOURTH YEAR
BSAD        325   Analytic Marketing                                3   Fall Semester                                          Credits
BSAD        350   Principles of Corporate Finance                   3   CITA     405 Project Management                               3
BSAD        400   Production and Operations Management              3   CITA     460 Organizational & End User Information Systems    3
BSAD        449   Management Policies and Issues                    3   CITA     395 Internship Orientation Seminar                   1
BSAD              Core Elective                                     3   CITA         Core Electives (Upper Division)                  6
                                                                                     Free Elective                                    3
SUNY General Education                                                                                                               16
(21 credits, 6 credits at upper division)
ENGL          101 Composition and Research                          3   Spring Semester
ECON          100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                    3   CITA     480 Internship                                      12
ECON          140 Introduction to Microeconomics                    3                                                                12
MATH                 Math by advisement                             3
                     GenEd Elective (3xx or 4xx)                    6
                     GenEd Elective                                 3

                     Sample Study Plan
FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester                                                 Credits
ACCT        101   Principles of Accounting I                        3
BSAD        116   Business Organization and Management              3
CITA        110   Computer Applications I                           3
ENGL        101   Composition and Research                          3
MATH              Mathematics (as advised)                          3
                                                                   15

Spring Semester
ACCT        102 Principles of Accounting II                         3
CITA        120 Computer Concepts and Operating Systems             3
CITA            Program Elective (as advised)                       3
                General Education                                   9
                                                                   18
SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
BSAD        108   Business Law I                                    3
CITA        140   Introduction to Programming                       3
CITA        220   Systems Analysis                                  3
ECON        100   Introduction to Macroeconomics                    3
                  General Education                                 6
                                                                   18

Spring Semester
BSAD        221 Business Statistics                                 3
CITA        200 Data Communications and Networking                  3
ECON        140 Introduction to Microeconomics                      3
BSAD            Business Elective                                   3
CITA            Core Elective                                       3
                Free Elective                                       3
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THIRD YEAR
Fall Semester
BSAD        300 Management Communications                           3
BSAD        350 Principles of Corporate Finance                     3
BSAD        325 Analytic Marketing                                  3
CITA            Core Elective (upper division)                      3
                General Education (upper division)                  3
                                                                   15

Spring Semester
BSAD        310 Human Resources Management                          3
BSAD        449 Management Policies and Issues                      3
BSAD        400 Production & Operations Mgmt                        3
                General Education Elective (upper division)         3
                Free Elective                                       3
                                                                   15
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       INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                                             western civilization, arts, and foreign language. (See SUNY General Education
                                                                                          Requirements in the academic information section of this catalog.)
       B.TECH.—CODE #1502,
                                                                                          Required Core Courses                                        Credits
       1503,1504,1505,1506                                                                Major Field Core – All options (33 credits, 18 credits at upper division)
                                                                                          CITA         110   Computer Applications I                               3
       Options:                                                                           CITA         120   Computer Concepts & Operating Systems                 3
       Application Software Development Code #1502                                        CITA         140   Introduction to Programming                           3
       Electronic Marketing & Publishing Code #1503                                       CITA         200   Data Communications and Networking                    3
       End-User Support Code #1504                                                        CITA         210   Visual Programming & Development Tools                3
       Network Administration Code #1505                                                  CITA         405   Project Management                                    3
       Web Development Code #1506                                                         CITA         460   Organization & End-User Info Systems                  3
                                                                                          CITA         480   Information Technology Internship                    12
       Information Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the
       use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
                                                                                          Professional Core - All Options (28 credits, 15 credits at upper
                                                                                          division)
       Businesses and organizations need information to survive in today’s
                                                                                          ACCT      101 Basic Accounting                               3
       competitive business world. They’ve heard of the wonders of the Internet, the
                                                                                          BSAD      116 Business Organization & Management             3
       Web, laptops, wireless technology, multimedia, and e-commerce. They don’t
                                                                                          BSAD      300 Management Communications                      3
       care to understand how the technology works; they simply want it to do the
                                                                                          BSAD      310 Human Resource Management                      3
       job for them. Information Technology builds on the foundation of Computer
                                                                                          CITA      395 Internship Orientation Seminar                 1
       Information Systems, but it has a broader scope. It seeks to penetrate every
                                                                                          CITA, ACCT or BSAD (as advised)                              3
       function of the organization and to make using the tools of the Information
                                                                                          CITA, ACCT or BSAD (as advised)                              3
       Age in the twenty-first century as familiar and natural as using pencils, paper,
                                                                                          CITA, ACCT or BSAD Upper Level (as advised)                  3
       telephones, radio and TV were in the twentieth century. The information
                                                                                          CITA, ACCT or BSAD Upper Level (as advised)                  3
       technologist may know how things work, but is more interested in people and
                                                                                          CITA, ACCT or BSAD Upper Level (as advised)                  3
       their use of technology to get work done.

       A student’s educational experience is enhanced by campus computing facilities.     Core Concentration (21 credits, 12 credits at upper division)
       Students receive practical hands-on experience in their field of study using       Application Software Development Code #1502
       networked high-end workstations and personal computers. These systems              CITA         150   Data Management Techniques                             3
       support the latest software packages for graphics, animation, web development,     CITA         220   Systems Analysis                                       3
       video production, spreadsheets, database, communications, programming,             CITA         340   Database Concepts                                      3
       server administration and multimedia development.                                  CITA         350   Object Oriented Systems                                3
                                                                                          CITA         450   Applied Database Management                            3
       Admission Requirements: Required (freshmen): three units of Regents math           CITA               (as advised)                                           3
       (or equivalent), high school average of 80 or better, minimum SAT scores of        CITA               Upper Level (as advised)                               3
       500 in math and 450 in verbal. Required (transfers): 2.5 GPA or better from
       the transferring institution, three units of Regents math (or equivalent college   Electronic Marketing & Publishing Code #1503
       math courses), and basic computer literacy. A transfer student who does not        CITA         260   Photography & Digital Imaging                          3
       have an associate degree in a computer- related field may take longer than four    CITA         330   Web Publishing                                         3
       semesters to complete degree requirements. Applicants who do not meet all          CITA         380   Dynamic Graphics & Animation                           3
       admission requirements will be considered on an individual basis.                  CITA         385    User Interface Design                                 3
                                                                                          CITA         410   Multimedia Computing                                   3
       Career Opportunities: Web designer, Web site administrator, content developer,     CITA               (as advised)                                           3
       multimedia developer, network administrator, database administrator, database      CITA               Upper Level (as advised)                               3
       developer, systems analyst, user support specialist, instructional designer,
       application developer, technical marketing representative.                         End-User Support Code #1504
                                                                                          CITA         190   Introduction to Linux                                  3
       Requirements for graduation: Graduates must have 123 credits including             CITA         220   Systems Analysis                                       3
       a total of 30 credit hours in the liberal arts & sciences (at least 6 credits at   CITA         300   Computer System Support & Maintenance                  3
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       the 300-400 level approved Gen Ed courses); 21 credits of CITA major field         CITA         360   Advanced Software Applications                         3
       requirement courses (at least 6 at 300-400 level); 27 credits of business or       CITA         440   Designing & Managing Organizational Training           3
       CITA professional requirement courses (at least 15 credits at 300-400 level);      CITA               (as advised)                                           3
       21 credits of CITA core concentration courses (at least 12 credits at the 300-     CITA               Upper Level (as advised)                               3
       400 level); 12 credit internship; 12 credits of general electives. Demonstrated
       proficiency through MATH 103 - College Algebra with Trigonometry is
       required for this program
                                                                                          Network Administration Code #1505
                                                                                          CITA         190   Introduction to Linux                                  3
                                                                                          CITA         230   Network Technology                                     3
       Transfer Opportunities:
                                                                                          CITA         320   Network Administration                                 3
       Although not designed with transfer in mind, students could transfer to other
                                                                                          CITA         370   Network Design Concepts                                3
       Information Technology bachelor programs.
                                                                                          CITA         430   Computer Integration and Interoperability              3
                                                                                          CITA               (as advised)                                           3
       SUNY General Education Requirement Waiver
                                                                                          CITA               Upper Level (as advised)                               3
       The Information Technology bachelor degree students must complete eight
       out of the 10 SUNY General Education Requirements. The required content
       areas are: mathematics, natural science, social science, humanities and basic      Web Development Code #1506
       communications. Additionally, three of the remaining content areas are             CITA         190 Introduction to Linux                                    3
       required. The remaining areas are: other world civilizations, American history,    CITA         240 Web & E-Commerce Development                             3
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CITA       310 Web Server Administration                        3   Spring Semester
CITA       330 Web Publishing                                   3   CITA     480 Internship                                         12
CITA       420 Programming for the Web                          3
CITA           (as advised)                                     3
CITA           Upper Level (as advised)                         3
                                                                    Core Option Courses                                        Credits
                                                                    Application Software Development
                    Sample Study Plan                               CITA     220   Systems Analysis                                  3
FIRST YEAR                                                          CITA     340   Database Concepts                                 3
Fall Semester                                             Credits   CITA     350   Object Oriented Systems                           3
CITA       110   Computer Applications I                        3   CITA     450   Applied Database Management                       3
CITA       140   Introduction to Programming                    3
BSAD       116   Business Organization and Management           3   Electronic Marketing & Publishing
ENGL       101   Composition and Research                       3   CITA     260   Photography and Digital Imaging                   3
MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                      3   CITA     330   Web Publishing                                    3
                                                               15   CITA     380   Dynamic Graphics and Animation                    3
                                                                    CITA     410   Multimedia Computing                              3
Spring Semester
CITA       120 Computer Concepts and Operating Systems          3   End-User Support
CITA           Program Elective (as advised)                    3   CITA     230   Network Technology                                3
ACCT       101 Principles of Accounting I                       3   CITA     300   Computer System Support and Maintenance           3
               Professional Elective                            3   CITA     360   Advanced Software Applications                    3
               Liberal Arts and Science Electives               6   CITA     440   Designing and Managing Organizational
                                                               18                  Training                                          3

SECOND YEAR                                                         Network Administration
                                                                    CITA     230   Network Technology                                3
Fall Semester
                                                                    CITA     320   Network Administration                            3
CITA       200 Data Communications and Networking               3
                                                                    CITA     370   Network Design Concepts                           3
CITA       210 Visual Programming and Development Tools         3
                                                                    CITA     430   Computer Integration and Interoperability         3
               Liberal Arts and Science Electives               9
               Free Elective                                    3
                                                               18   Web Development
                                                                    CITA     220 Systems Analysis                                    3
                                                                                  or
Spring Semester
                                                                    CITA     340 Database Concepts                                   3
               Core Option Course                               3
                                                                                 or
ENGL       312 Technical Communications                         3
                                                                    CITA     410 Multimedia Computing                                3
               Liberal Arts and Science Electives               3
                                                                    CITA     310 Web Server Administration                           3
               Professional Elective                            6
                                                                    CITA     330 Web Publishing                                      3
               Free Elective                                    3
                                                                    CITA     420 Programming for the Web                             3
                                                               18
THIRD YEAR
Fall Semester
               Core Option Course                               3
BSAD       300 Management Communications                        3
               Core Option Elective                             3
               Liberal Arts and Science Elective                3
               Free Elective                                    3
                                                               15

Spring Semester


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               Core Option Course                               3
CITA       405 Project Management                               3
BSAD       310 Human Resources Management                       3
               Liberal Arts and Science Elective                3
               Free Elective                                    3
                                                               15

FOURTH YEAR
Fall Semester
                  Core Option Course                            3
CITA       460 Organizational and End User Info Systems         3
CITA       395 Internship Orientation Seminar                   1
Core Option Elective                                            3
                  Professional Elective                         3
                  Liberal Arts and Science Elective             3
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       JOURNALISM AND                                                                         Upper-division level courses with a grade of C will be considered for transfer as
       COMMUNICATION FOR ONLINE                                                               upper division courses (30 credit hours maximum). In accordance with college
                                                                                              policies, students must complete thirty (30) hours of upper-division course
       MEDIA B.S. – Code #2017                                                                work at Morrisville.

                                                                                              Degree requirements must be completed within five (5) years of enrollment.
       Journalism and Communication for Online Media is a ThinkPad University
       curriculum in which the use of Laptop computers is integrated into courses.
                                                                                              Graduation Requirements
       Morrisville State College has a long history of excellence in journalism               Total Hours: 121
       education. The field of public communication comprises journalism,                     GPA 2.0
       marketing, advertising, corporate and public relations, publishing, broadcasting,      Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement: Minimum of 60
       photography, and related disciplines. Online communication relies heavily on           credit hours distributed as follows:
       a strong background in writing—for print and broadcast—adapted to meet                       •     minimum 21 credits in Humanities
       the demands of today’s communication technologies. It requires knowledge                     •     minimum 6 credits in Math and/or Science
       of elements of broadcasting and photojournalism, including audio and video                   •     minimum 24 credits in Social Science
       editing.                                                                               Minimum of 30 credit hours of SUNY General Education courses

       This program endows students with a strong background in journalism, including         Program Learning Outcomes
       advanced writing and reporting techniques. At the same time, it prepares them          Graduates will:
       to work in digital video, audio, and still-photography production. It provides              •     Be familiar with, and prepared to work in, fields related to
       specialized technical instruction in the application of mass communication and                    journalism and public communication in Web-based media
       journalism concepts to the World Wide Web. Graduates will be prepared to                    •     Be able to gather information from diverse sources and summarize
       enter either Web or print communication and journalism. They will be well-                        that information in straight-news or feature-news formats, or in
       prepared to provide content for print or online publications and to design and                    formats related to public relations or marketing, in Web-based
       produce those publications.                                                                       media
                                                                                                   •     Be able to read, write, understand, analyze, and discuss complex
       High School Preparation                                                                           issues and topics and to contribute to small- and large-group
       Minimum high school average (all four years) of 80. Minimum average of 80 in                      activities and initiatives in a diverse workplace
       high school English. Minimum SAT scores of 500 (critical reading and writing)               •     Understand the relationship between print and online journalism
       and 400 (math). Successful completion of NY state Math A Regents and two                          and broadcasting, desktop publishing, and photojournalism
       units of science.                                                                           •     Demonstrate an understanding of the laws and ethics pertaining to
                                                                                                         various public communication professions
       Desirable areas of study at the high school level will include honors-level English,
       desktop publishing and Web authoring, and a background in photography.
       Experience in Web page design and broadcasting are also desirable.
                                                                                              Required Courses
       A strong foundation in writing will enable students to learn advanced styles           Major Core Courses                                                  Credits
       of writing without need for remedial work in writing skills. Broader skills sets       JOUR         111    News Writing and Editing                                  3
       such as photography and broadcasting will make it easier for them to assimilate        JOUR         185    Production Laboratory I                                   1
       the media convergence upon which the program is based. Math and science                JOUR         112    Advanced News Writing and Reporting                       3
       requirements are directly related to students’ abilities to handle complex             JOUR         121    Principles of Press Photography                           3
       issues.                                                                                JOUR         186    Production Laboratory II                                  1
                                                                                              JOUR         214    Specialized Writing                                       3
       Career Opportunities                                                                   JOUR         285    Production Laboratory II                                  1
       Graduates of this program are fully prepared to work both in the world of              CITA         110    Computer Applications I                                   3
       journalism and beyond. News agencies—especially newspapers—have a                      JOUR         220    Mass Media and Society                                    3
       continuing need for Web content providers who can write news content.                  JOUR         315    Online Writing and Production                             3
       Marketing and advertising firms also rely on writers who can create Web sites          JOUR         286    Production Laboratory IV                                  1
       and update them on a regular basis while supplying the content as well. Large          JOUR         280    Broadcast Management, News & Promotion                    3
                                                                                              JOUR         270    Desktop Publishing                                        3
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       corporations maintain sophisticated intranet sites as part of their internal
       communications programs, relying increasingly on content providers who                 JOUR         385    Production Lab in JCOM I                                  1
       can transfer their writing to the Web quickly and maintain daily and weekly            CITA         260    Photography and Digital Imaging                           3
       updates. Students may work in any of these areas or for magazines, television          JOUR         345    Web Design & Publishing                                   3
       and other media.                                                                       JOUR         272    Public Relations                                          3
                                                                                              JOUR         401    Legal & Ethical Issues of Mass Communication              3
       Transfer Admission                                                                     JOUR         409    Pre-Internship Seminar                                    1
       Students who transfer into the JCOM degree from other campuses or from other           JOUR         410    Internship in JCOM                                        6
       programs at Morrisville State will have demonstrated abilities consistent with a       JOUR         386    Production Lab in JCOM II                                 1
       2.0 grade-point average in their previous studies. Aptitudes and experience in         JOUR         485    Production Lab in JCOM III                                1
       journalism, public communication, and/or mass media are preferred. Students            -or-
       should understand that it may take more than four years of study at previous           JOUR         486 Production Lab in JCOM IV                                   1
       institutions and in the JCOM program to complete the bachelor’s degree.                JOUR         411 Capstone Course in JCOM                                     3
       A total of 60 credits will be considered for transfer from lower-division                                                                                          56
       coursework, with a maximum of 19 credit hours in journalism. Student who
       will complete an associate degree at another institution should have completed
       all 10 required General Education requirements before transferring to the
       JCOM program.
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General Electives                                                         Spring Semester
A minimum of 15 (9 must be upper-division) - (as advised)                 JOUR     345 Web Design & Publishing                            3
                                                                                       Other World Civilizations Elective                 3
                                                                          JOUR     272 Public Relations                                   3
Require SUNY General Education                                            JOUR     401 Legal and Ethical Issues of Mass Communication     3
ENGL        101 Composition and Research                              3   PSYC     304 Industrial/Organizational Psychology               3
PSYC        101 Introduction of Psychology                            3   JOUR     409 Pre-Internship Seminar                             1
-or-                                                                      JOUR     386 Production Lab in JCOM II                          1
SOCI        101 Introduction to Sociology                             3                                                                  17
ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                              3
                Foreign Language Elective                             3
                                                                          Fourth Year
                Arts Elective                                         3   Fall Semester
                Western Civilization General Education Requirement    3   ENGL     312 Advanced Technical Communications                  3
                Other World Civilizations Elective                    3   JOUR     410 Internship in Journalism & Communication
                Science Elective                                      3                for Online Media                                   6
                American History General Education Requirement        3                Upper-Division Liberal Arts Electives              6
MATH        102 Algebra & Trigonometry II                             3                                                                  15
                                                                          Spring Semester
                                                                          PSYC     386 Social Psychology                                  3
                      Sample Study Plan                                                Liberal Arts Electives (as advised)                3
FIRST YEAR                                                                             Upper Level Liberal Arts Electives (as advised)
Fall Semester                                               Credits       PSYC     384 Group Behavior                                     3
ENGL        101 Composition and Research                              3   JOUR     486 Production Lab in JCOM IV                          1
PSYC        101 Introduction to Psychology                            3   JOUR     411 Capstone Course in Journalism &
-or-                                                                                   Communication for Online Media                     3
SOCI        101 Introduction to Sociology                             3                                                                  16
JOUR        111 News Writing and Editing                              3
                American History General Education Requirement        3
MATH        102 Algebra & Trigonometry II                             3
JOUR        185 Production Laboratory I                               1
                                                                     16
Spring Semester
ENGL        102   Writing About Literature                            3
JOUR        112   Advanced News Writing And Reporting                 3
JOUR        121   Principles of Press Photography                     3
PSYC        101   Introduction to Psychology                          3
-or-
ENGL        101 Composition and Research                              3
SOCI        101 Introduction to Sociology                             3
                Foreign Language Elective                             3
JOUR        186 Production Laboratory II                              1
                                                                     16
Second Year
Fall Semester
                Arts Elective                                         3
JOUR        214 Specialized Writing                                   3
                Western Civilization (as advised)                     3
JOUR        285 Production Laboratory III                             1
CITA        110 Computer Applications I                               3
JOUR        220 Mass Media & Society                                  3
                                                                     16


                                                                                                                                              VIII
Spring Semester
                General Elective                                      3
JOUR        315 Online Writing & Production                           3
PHIL        211 Modern Ethics                                         3
                Science Elective                                      3
JOUR        286 Production Laboratory IV                              1
                                                                     13
Third Year
Fall Semester
JOUR        280   Broadcast Management, News & Promotion              3
JOUR        270   Desktop Publishing                                  3
JOUR        385   Production Lab in JCOM I                            1
HUMN        300   Visual Communication                                3
CITA        260   Photography and Digital Imaging                     3
                                                                     13
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       NURSING B.S. –CODE #0291                                                                5.
                                                                                                     of upper-division course work in residence at Morrisville.
                                                                                                     Transcripts must be submitted to the Admission Office.
                                                                                                     Applicants will be formally advised of the appropriateness
       The baccalaureate program provides RN students the opportunity to enhance
                                                                                                     of transfer credit after admission. Preliminary review is
       their nursing practice in 5 core concepts: Patient-Centered Care, Evidence-
                                                                                                     encouraged by contacting the BS Nursing Program Director.
       Based Practice, Nursing Informatics, Leadership and Professionalism. Courses
                                                                                               6.    Degree requirements must be completed
       Emphasize: family and community nursing, advanced health assessment,
                                                                                                     within five (5) years of enrollment.
       health promotion, nursing theory, ethics, organizational communications,
       systems theory, leadership and management. Students engage in a required a
                                                                                          Career Opportunities
       service learning activity in each NURS course to combine formal learning with
                                                                                          BS nursing graduates practice in complex healthcare systems as providers of
       reflection to strengthen a community. Clinical experiences are required in:
                                                                                          direct, evidence-based care to individuals, families, groups, communities and
       NURS 450 (45 clinical hours) and NURS 481 (135 hours.)
                                                                                          populations. BS nurses also: focus on health promotion and risk reduction
                                                                                          in public and community health organizations; design, manage and coordinate
       Program Accreditation: The program has applied for candidacy status for
                                                                                          care, with an emphasis on patient safety and quality improvement as an active,
       accreditation by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission.
                                                                                          leading member of the healthcare team. BS nurses work in all settings where
                                                                                          individuals, families, groups, communities and populations receive care.
       Admission Requirements: To be admitted to the B.S. nursing degree program,
                                                                                          Common work settings include: acute, critical care, ambulatory, home and
       the applicant must be a graduate of a state approved associate degree or diploma
                                                                                          community settings as well as clinics, churches, business and industry, and
       program with a cumulative average of 2.5. Two types of admission are possible
                                                                                          schools.
       for a RN interested in earning a B.S. degree in nursing,
                                                                                          Transfer Opportunities:
       Readmission Requirements:
                                                                                          Graduates of the BS Nursing program will be able to transfer to masters’ level
       Readmission to Morrisville State College is for students who have previously
                                                                                          programs in nursing to specialize as a clinical nurse specialist, nurse anesthetist,
       been enrolled in the associate degree nursing program and wish to re-enter.
                                                                                          nurse midwife, nurse practitioner, administrator or nurse educator. BS
                                                                                          nurses are also sought for graduate programs in informatics and business, and
       Students currently enrolled in the Associate Degree Nursing program at
                                                                                          healthcare administration.
       Morrisville State College who wish to continue to earn the BS in Nursing
       must:
                                                                                          Graduation Requirements
           1.    Declare their intent to enroll in the baccalaureate
                                                                                          Total hours required: 61 credit hours are required for the BS degree in nurs-
                 program (Joint Enrollment Forms are available in the
                                                                                          ing.
                 Office of the Division of Nursing in Bailey Annex)
                                                                                          GPA (general and major area if required): 2.0 overall, with a minimum grade
           2.    Have a cumulative average of 2.5
                                                                                          of “C” in each nursing course to progress to the next level
           3.    Have completed MAGN 101(or equivalent
                                                                                          Local Distribution: 60 credit hours of Liberal Arts & Sciences (as advised), 30
                 coursework) with a grade of a “C” or better
                                                                                          of which may be taken at the associate level
           4.    Have the appropriate Health Clearance requirements on file
                                                                                          SUNY General Education : 8/10 Areas (as advised)
                 in the Student Health Center for the clinical facilities
           5.    Have plans to meet the licensure requirement by the
                                                                                          Program Learning Outcomes
                 completion of the first semester of the baccalaureate program
                                                                                          Graduates of the BS Nursing Program:
                                                                                              •	    Experience personal and professional growth
       Graduates of the Associate Degree Nursing program at Morrisville State
                                                                                              •	    Report increased job satisfaction
       College, who have been gone more than one semester must:
                                                                                              •	    Are ambassadors of MSC and the BS Nursing Program
       Download and fill out the readmission application. Fax or send the form to the
                                                                                              •	    Are recognized as fully-socialized professional
       Admissions Office.
                                                                                                    nurses by nurse colleagues.
       Provide a letter explaining your activities since you last attended Morrisville.
       Please request any college transcripts obtained since you left Morrisville.
       Please provide a high school transcript if you have been away from Morrisville
                                                                                          Required Core Courses                       31 Credit Hours
                                                                                          NURS          300   BS Nursing Program Orientation                              1
       longer than 5 years. If you have earned a degree from Morrisville, a high school
                                                                                          NURS          310   Conceptual Foundations for Professional Practice            3
       transcript is not required.
                                                                                          NURS          330   Health Assessment across the Lifespan                       3
                                                                                          NURS          361   Health Promotion across the Lifespan                        3
       Transfer Requirements
                                                                                          NURS          381   Leadership & Management for Professional Practice           3
       Transfer applicants to the baccalaureate program must meet the following
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                                                                                          NURS          430   Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice                3
       requirements:
                                                                                          NURS          450   Community and Family Health Nursing                         5
            1.   Be a graduate of a state approved associate degree or
                                                                                          NURS          431   Healthcare Policy, issues and trends                        3
                 diploma program with a cumulative average of 2.5
                                                                                          NURS          461   Pharmacology for Nursing Practice                           3
            2.   RN Licensure- New York Sate licensure is required
                                                                                          NURS          481   Clinical Practicum                                          4
                 by the completion of the first semester. Students
                 failing to obtain licensure will be unable to progress
                 to nursing courses until licensure is obtained                           Required Other                              21 Credit Hours
            3.   A total of 60 credits will be considered for transfer from               BIOL          301   Pathophysiology3
                 lower division coursework, with a maximum of 33 credit                   ENGL          312   Advanced Technical Communications                           3
                 hours in nursing and 27 hours in arts and sciences, including:           MATH          123   Elementary Statistics                                       3
                 English, Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Introductory              BIOL          302   Epidemiology                                                3
                 Psychology and Child and/or Human Development                            PSYC          386   Social Psychology                                           3
                 and Mathematics (equivalent to MAGN 101).                                PSYC          304   Industrial/Organizational Psychology                        3
            4.   Upper division courses (300 and 400 level courses) with a                PHIL          311   Professional Ethics                                         3
                 grade of C will be considered for transfer as upper division
                 courses up to a maximum of 30 credit hours. In accordance                Required SUNY General Education
                 with college policies, students must complete thirty (30) hours                              Foreign Language                                            3
                                                                                                              Other courses (as advised)                                  6
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                       Sample Study Plan                                        RENEWABLE RESOURCES
Third Year
Fall Semester                                                     Credits       TECHNOLOGY B.TECH.—CODE
NURS
NURS
             300
             310
                   BS Nursing Program Orientation
                   Conceptual Foundations for Professional Practice
                                                                           1
                                                                           3
                                                                                #1610
NURS         330   Health Assessment across the Lifespan                   3    The focus of the bachelor of technology (B.Tech.) degree in Renewable
BIOL         301   Pathophysiology                                         3    Resources Technology is to provide students with advanced technical education
ENGL         312   Advanced Technical Communications                       3    in natural resources highlighting the communication and business skills needed
MATH         123   Elementary Statistics ***                               3    for graduates in the 21st century.
                                                                          16
                                                                                A full-semester internship is a unique course requirement that places students
Spring Semester                                                                 in a supervised work environment with a cooperating agency. This provides
NURS         361   Health Promotion across the Lifespan                    3    students with opportunities to gain valuable experience, make professional
NURS         381   Leadership & Management for Professional Practice       3    contacts, and build their resumes in preparation for future employment and
BIOL         302   Epidemiology                                            3    career decisions.
PSYC         386   Social Psychology                                       3
                   *Foreign Language                                       3    Most internships are paid. Opportunities exist nationwide in both the public
                                                                          15    and private sectors. Many placement sites are available in New York State, but
Fourth Year                                                                     students who wish to travel can find opportunities in other parts of the country.
Fall Semester                                                                   Successful internships have included experiences in environmental education,
NURS         430   Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice            3    forestry, arboriculture,, outdoor recreation management, GIS (geographic
NURS         450   Community and Family Health Nursing                     5    information system) mapping, wetlands delineation and management, and
PSYC         304   Industrial/Organizational Psychology                    3    wildlife management studies.
PHIL         311   Professional Ethics                                     3
                   SUNY General Education (as advised)**                   3    An A.S., A.A.S. or equivalent degree with a minimum 2.2 grade point
                                                                          17    average is a prerequisite for admittance. A student who does not meet this
                                                                                requirement may be admitted on conditional basis. A major in Natural
                                                                                Resources, Environmental Science, Environmental Technology, Aquaculture
Spring Semester
                                                                                and Aquatic Science or a closely related field is strongly recommended. An
NURS         431 Healthcare Policy, issues and trends                      3
                                                                                individual seeking to enroll in the Renewable Resources B.Tech. programwith
NURS         461 Pharmacology for Nursing Practice                         3
                                                                                an unrelated associate degree may be granted admittance on the condition that
NURS         481 Clinical Practicum                                        4
                                                                                prerequisite course requirements (typically 15 credits) in natural resources and
                 SUNY General Education (as advised)**                     3
                                                                                environmental technology are met.
                                                                          13
                                                                                Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 - Intermediate Algebra with
SUNY General Education Requirements – may be completed in any semester.
                                                                                Trigonometry is required for completion of this program. All bachelor degree
* Foreign language: SPAN 101 or 102; or AMSL 101
                                                                                students must complete the State University of New York Board of Trustees
**American History: HIST 101, 102 or 103
                                                                                mandated general education requirements (see catalog section titled Academic
**Other Worlds History: HIST 151 or 152; or HIST 171
                                                                                Information: SUNY General Education Requirements).
**Western Civilizations: HIST 161 or 162
*** MAGN 101 [or equivalent] with a grade of C or better is required prior to
                                                                                Career Opportunities: The B.Tech. in Renewable Resources Technology
MATH 123. Applicants may contact the Mathematics Department Chairperson
                                                                                is designed to prepare students for entry into public and industrial jobs at
for information on testing out of MAGN 101.
                                                                                the field, supervisory, and management levels where technical, business,
                                                                                and communication skills are necessary. Students completing the B.Tech.
                                                                                in Renewable Resources can pursue jobs in the forest products industry;
                                                                                the aquatic resources industry, including sport and commercial fisheries,
                                                                                wetland management, and aquaculture; the recreation and tourism industry
                                                                                and environmental technology including water treatment and brownfield
                                                                                reclamation.



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                                                                                Graduation requirements: Students in the renewable Resources major must
                                                                                complete ALL of the requirements listed below. a minimum of 120 credit
                                                                                hours of course work is required, including the credits from the approved A.S.
                                                                                or A.A.S. degree program

                                                                                Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and
                                                                                according to the particular concentration of this major, a successful graduate
                                                                                will be able to:
                                                                                      •      Utilize the developed expertise in concepts, theories, and
                                                                                             emerging methodologies to succeed in tackling real-world issues
                                                                                             in renewable and natural resource management.
                                                                                      •      Become an independent, self-motivated professional with the
                                                                                             ability to recognize problems in his/her renewable resources
                                                                                             technical field of expertise and formulate solutions to such
                                                                                             problems.
                                                                                      •      Conduct himself/herself in a manner consistent with an embodied
                                                                                             sense of conservation stewardship.
                                                                                      •      Asses, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information objectively
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                  and deal professionally and ethically with clients, the public, and                      Sample Study Plan
                  agency personnel.
                                                                                         THIRD YEAR
             •    Communicate clearly and effectively using appropriate verbal,
                  visual, electronic, and written techniques necessary to interact in
                                                                                         Fall Semester                                      Credits
                  the profession.                                                        RREN    312 Aquatic Field Techniques                     3
             •    Recognize and interpret natural and renewable resource laws and        RREN    302 Riparian Ecology and Wetland Management      3
                  policies.                                                              BSAD     116 Business Organizations and Management       3
             •    Demonstrate hands-on experience in renewable resource                  PHIL     311 Professional Ethics                         3
                  sampling, inventory, and measurement techniques.                                     General Education Elective*                3
             •    Recognize and interpret natural and renewable resource problems                                                                 15
                  and opportunities across spatial scales from local to global through
                                                                                         Spring Semester
                  the implementation and management of geospatial technologies
                  (Global Positioning System -- GPS, Geographic Information
                                                                                         ENVT    345 Surface and Ground Water Management.          3
                  System -- GIS, and remote sensing).                                    RREN    305 Renewable Resource Laws and Regulations       3
             •    Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills in formulating      RREN     332 Environmental Planning and Natural
                  and evaluating alternative solutions to complex problems in                           Resource Management                        3
                  natural and renewable resource management and recommending             RREN     303 Fundamentals of GPS/GIS                      3
                  and defending best alternatives.                                       BSAD     310 Human Resources Management                   3
             •    Anticipate, analyze, and evaluate renewable and natural resource       RREN     450 Renewable Resource Internship Orientation    1
                  issues and opportunities and utilize an integrated approach to
                  ecosystem impact assessment and management.
                                                                                                                                                  16
             •    Exercise life-long learning and management skills developed
                  before graduation and utilize existing technology, products, and       FOURTH YEAR
                  services to maximize work efficiency and success.                      Fall Semester
             •    Seek the input and perspectives of diverse stakeholders regarding      Elective      (or GER Elective (as advised))              3
                  renewable and natural resource issues and practice a collaborative     BSAD     221 Business Statistics                          3
                  spirit in team efforts and project coordination.                       BSAD     300 Management Communications                    3
             •    Through the securing and successful completion of a 15-credit          RREN     412 Ecosystem Impact Management                  3
                  600-hour internship, broaden his/her professional backgrounds
                                                                                         RREN     420 Geospatial Technology Applications I         1
                  and develop a comprehensive knowledge of his/her field of
                  expertise and utilize that knowledge in pursuing potential career
                                                                                         CITA     405 Project Management                           3
                  opportunities.                                                         -or-
                                                                                         RENG     305 Renewable Energy Systems                     3
                                                                                                                                                  16
       CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS                                                           Spring Semester
       COURSE                                                             Credits        RREN    470 Renewable Resource Internship                15
       BSAD        116   Business Organizations and Management                     3                                                              15
       BSAD        221   Business Statistics                                       3
       BSAD        300   Management Communications                                 3
       BSAD        310   Human Resources Management                                3
       RREN        420   Geospatial Technology Applications I                      1
       CITA        405   Project Management                                        3
       -or-
       RENG        305  Renewable Energy Systems                                   3
       ENVT        345  Surface and Ground Water Management                        3
       PHIL        311  Professional Ethics                                        3
       RREN        302  Riparian and Wetland Management                            3
       RREN        303  Fundamentals of GPS/GIS                                    3
       RREN        305  Renewable Resource Laws and Regulations                    3
       RREN        312  Aquatic Field Techniques                                   3
       RREN        332  Environmental Planning and Natural
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                          Resource Management                                     3
       RREN         412 Ecosystem Impact Management                               3
       RREN         450 Renewable Resource Internship Orientation                 1
       RREN         470 Renewable Resource Internship                            15
                        General Education Elective*                               3
                        Elective (or GER Elective (as advised))*                  3
       Total Credits                                                             62

       * five of SUNY’s general education requirement content areas must be met at
       the associate level.
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RESORT AND RECREATION                                                         THIRD YEAR
                                                                              Fall Semester
SERVICE MANAGEMENT:                                                           RRMT      320 Legal Implications in the Industry                          3
TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT                                                         BSAD or RRMT Elective (300-400 level)
                                                                                            Foreign Language
                                                                                                                                                        3
                                                                                                                                                        3
B.B.A.—CODE #1627                                                             RRMT          Electives (300-400 level)
                                                                                            Free Elective
                                                                                                                                                        4
                                                                                                                                                        3
                                                                                                                                                       16
Resort and Recreation Service Management: Technology Management is a
ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of laptop computers is        Spring Semester
integrated into courses.                                                      RRMT      430      Assessment of Customer Service                         3
                                                                              BSAD      449      Management Policies and Issues                         3
This program, which builds on associate degrees in Hotel Management,          RRMT or BSAD      Elective (300-400 level)                                3
Restaurant Management, Gaming and Casino Studies, Business Management,        BSAD      310      Human Resource Management                              3
Recreation Studies and Resort Management, prepares students for rewarding     GNED               State Requirement*                                     3
careers in the global service economy. The curriculum combines resort and                                                                              15
recreation management theory, evolving technology applications, business      FOURTH YEAR
management and operational services. The program includes a semester where    Fall Semester
seniors fulfill an internship at resort and recreation facilities.            RRMT          440 Technology Applications                                 4
                                                                              RRMT          470 Internship Orientation Seminar                          1
Career Opportunities: Management-level positions worldwide at resorts,        RRMT                Elective (300-400 level)                              3
attractions, vacation excursion companies, hotels, sports and entertainment   Liberal Arts and Science Elective (300-400 level)                         3
complexes, theme parks, commercial recreation establishments, casinos and     Free Electives                                                            6
cruise lines, world professional associations and travel-related companies.                                                                            17
                                                                              Spring Semester
FIRST YEAR                                                                    RRMT        480 Internship                                               12
Fall Semester                                                  Credits                                                                                 12
CORE            Core Requirement (100 level)                           3           * Total for BBA, 124 credits minimum
TOUR        106 Introduction to Hospitality                            3           •	All	GNED	courses	can	only	be	included	as	general	electives
CITA        100 Introduction to Computing                              2           •	Minimum	total	credits	required	for	graduation	
ENGL        101 Composition and Research                               3              with appropriate distribution is 126.
MATH            Mathematics (minimum 102)                              3           •	A	minimum	overall	average	of	2.0	or	better	is	required	
ACCT        101 Principles of Accounting I                             3              for graduation. A minimum overall average of 2.0
                                                                      17              is required in the required RRMT courses.
Spring Semester                                                                    •	Check	with	your	advisor	before	enrolling.		All	General	Education	
CORE            Core Requirement, (100 level)                           3             Requirements - 7 of 10 towers must be satisfied prior to graduation.
TOUR        153 Hotel Operations                                        3          •Taking	courses	at	other	colleges	or	universities	may	satisfy	some	
FSAD        153 Fundamentals of Hospitality Management                  3             requirements. Prior approval of the department/academic
-or-                                                                                  dean is required. Students are required to take a minimum
CAS         104 Contemporary Issues in Human Resource                                 of 45 credits of upper division, 300 - 400 level course work
                Management For the Hospitality Industry                 3             to graduate. At least 30 of these must be in residence at
-or-                                                                                  Morrisville State College, in addition to the internship.
BSAD        116   Business Organization and Management                 3
ACCT        102   Principles of Accounting II                          3
ENGL        102   Writing About Literature                             3
CITA        125   Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                1
                                                                      16
SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
                Core Requirements, (200 level)                          4


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BSAD        112 Marketing                                               3
-or-
CAS         240 Hospitality Sales and Marketing                         3
-or-
FSAD        205 Food & Beverage Merchandising                           4
BSAD        221 Business Statistics                                    3
ECON        100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                         3
                American History                                       3
                                                                   16-17
Spring Semester
                Core Requirements, (200 level)                          7
BSAD        107 Business Law                                            3
-or-
BSAD        108 Business Law I                                         3
FSAD        257 Senior Seminar                                         1
                Science (as advised)                                   4
                                                                   16-17
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       SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND                                                                     concepts of STS to the student’s particular area of technical option.
                                                                                                 d) The development of marketable skills in computer information
       SOCIETY B.S. - CODE #2014                                                                    technologies (for example web site design, network systems design
                                                                                                    and analysis, applications programming) and/or renewable resources
       Program Description: One part of the mission of Morrisville State College                    (fisheries and wildlife, environmental sciences, environmental
       is “to offer a high quality educational experience for students earning…                     technology, natural resources conservation and ecology);
       baccalaureate degrees. The college is committed to providing students the                 e) The enhancement of information literacy skills, defined
       knowledge and opportunity to grow intellectually and socially as citizens of                 as competency in seeking information that is available in
       the world community.” The Science, Technology, and Society (STS) program                     any format, ability to critically evaluate information, and
       contributes to this part of the mission of the college by utilizing the technology           to effectively utilize the information that is found.
       available on campus to stimulate further knowledge about its meaning in our
       society. The overlap between the liberal arts and technical fields is becoming       Required Courses                                 15 credits
       more obvious as technology is more deeply integrated into our social life and        STS          101   Introduction to Science, Technology, and Society        3
       our culture every day, and the interdisciplinary aspects of the STS program          STS          201   History of Science                                      3
       recognize this interaction. The STS program offers a Bachelor of Science degree      ENGL         220   Writing in the Disciplines                              3
       that reflects not only the importance of substantive technical and scientific        STS          401   Advanced Topics in STS                                  3
       knowledge, but also seeks to understand it in the larger perspective of our          STS          411   STS Senior Seminar                                      3
       society.
                                                                                            Major Electives                     15 Credits required
       Career Opportunities: The career objectives for graduates will specifically          STS          301   Humans v. Nature                                        3
       relate to the technical option chosen. Completing the environmental                  STS          316   Investigating Cyberculture                              3
       conservation option will prepare graduates for jobs in government (at the            PHIL         201   Introduction to Philosophy                              3
       Department of Environmental Conservation, Department of Transportation,              PHIL         311   Professional Ethics                                     3
       education, political policy positions, etc.), environmentally focused non-           SOCI         201   Social Problems in the 21st Century                     3
       governmental organizations (The Nature Conservancy, Sierra Club, Adirondack          SOCI         390   Urban Sociology                                         3
       Mountain Club, NYPIRG, Trout Unlimited, etc.), and in the private sector             ENGL         230   Science Fiction                                         3
       (environmental/science journalism, museum curator, health administration,            HUMN         300   Visual Communication                                    3
       grant writing and consulting, etc.). Completing the information technology
       option will pose graduates for jobs in government (education and training,           Technical Option List
       political campaign work, technology policy positions, etc.) and in the private       Students are required to take a total of 36 credits in the technical option.
       sector (securing positions in knowledge management, web site development,            Courses will be chosen from the lists below or from other appropriate campus
       network analysis, design and implementation, etc.).                                  course offerings in consultation with the academic advisor, who will in turn
                                                                                            consult with the steering committee and the affected departments to ensure
       Transfer Opportunities: Because the bachelor of science degree is not                that students are following a sequence of courses that is coherent.
       terminal, further graduate study may be pursued at many of the major
       universities offering advanced STS study (such as RPI, Cornell, Virginia Tech,
       MIT, Drexel University, University of Pittsburgh, University of Notre Dame,
                                                                                            Information Technology:
       and many others) or related study (industrial and labor relations, law school, or    Lower Division                                                    Credits
       advanced degrees in computer or environmental science, sociology, philosophy,        CITA         110   Computer Applications I                                 3
       anthropology, etc.).                                                                 CITA         120    Computer Concepts and Operating Systems                3
                                                                                            CITA         140   Introduction to Programming                             3
       High School Preparation: Required: Minimum high school average 80,                   CITA         200   Data Communications and Networking                      3
       Regents Math B completion or equivalent. Minimum SAT scores of 500                   CITA         220   Systems Analysis                                        3
       across categories. Personal essay including interest and goals in the degree         CITA         260   Photography and Digital Imaging                         3
       program. Additional high school Regents courses selected from science, math          CITA         230   Network Technology                                      3
       and English are desired.                                                             Upper Division
                                                                                            CITA         310   Web Server Administration                               3
       Transfer Admission: Transfer students should have a 2.5 GPA or higher and            CITA         320   Network Administration                                  3
       have fulfilled any articulation requirements prior to admission.                     CITA         325   Network Defense and Countermeasures                     3
                                                                                            CITA         330   Web Publishing                                          3
       Graduation Requirements:                                                             CITA         335   Enabling Technologies for Electronic Commerce           3
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       Total Hours: 124                                                                     CITA         370   Network Design Concepts                                 3
       GPA 2.0                                                                              CITA         380   Dynamic Graphics and Animation                          3
       Local Distribution: Minimum 60 Hours                                                 CITA         400   Quantitative Approaches to Management                   3
       SUNY General Education: Minimum 30 Credit Hours                                      CITA         405   Project Management                                      3
       Math competency through MATH 102 is required for this program
                                                                                            Renewable Resources Technology:
       Program Learning Outcomes: Desired outcomes for STS students include,                Lower Division
       but are not limited to, the following:                                               NATR         100   Introduction to Forestry and Natural Resources          3
            a) Comprehension of the interdisciplinary nature of STS, as                     NATR         101   General Ecology                                         3
                measured by ability to analyze specific problems, translate                 NATR         110   Natural Resources Measurements                          3
                knowledge into new contexts (activism or policy contexts,                   NATR         112   Forest Protection                                       3
                for example), interpret facts, and predict consequences;                    NATR         115   Forest Ecology                                          3
            b) Ability to synthesize scientific and technological ideas within              NATR         150   Aquaculture                                             3
                cultural contexts, taking into mind specific social values and              NATR         215   Practices of Silviculture                               3
                meanings (such as the role of expertise in policy making and                NATR         232   Wildlife Ecology and Management                         3
                the value of social movements in technological decision-                    NATR         250   Aquatic Ecology                                         3
                making processes) of particular sciences and technologies;                  NATR         252   Fish Ecology and Management                             3
            c) The development of the application of the theories, methods, and
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Upper Division                                                        Spring Semester
RREN       302   Riparian Ecology and Wetland Management          3   STS               Elective (see list)                                    3
RREN       303   Fundamentals of GPS/GIS                          3   CITA/RREN         Technical Option                                       3
RREN       305   Renewable Resources Laws and Regulations         3   CITA/RREN         Technical Option                                       3
RREN       332   Environmental Planning & Natural Resource Mgt    3                     Upper Division Liberal Arts Elective                   3
RREN       412   Ecosystem Impact Management                      3                     Free Elective (any)                                    3
                                                                                                                                              15
General Education Requirements
ENGL       101 Composition and Research                           3   FOURTH YEAR
ENGL       102 Writing About Literature                           3   Fall Semester
SOCI       101 Introduction to Sociology                          3   STS         401   Advanced Topics in Science, Technology, and Society    3
               Math Elective                                      3   STS               Elective (see list)                                    3
               Lab Science Elective                               4   CITA/RREN         Technical Option                                       3
               American History Elective                          3   CITA/RREN         Technical Option                                       3
               Western Civilization Elective                      3   Upper Division    Liberal Arts Elective                                  3
               Other Worlds Civilizations Elective                3                                                                           15
               Art/Music Elective                                 3
               Foreign Language Elective                          3   Spring Semester
                                                                      STS      411 Senior Seminar in Science, Technology, and Society          3
                                                                      CITA/RREN    Technical Option                                            3
                     Sample Study Plan                                             Free Elective (any)                                         3
FIRST YEAR                                                                         Free Elective (any)                                         3
                                                                                                                                              12
Fall Semester                                             Credits
CITA/NATR    Introduction to Technical Option                     3
MATH     102 Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry               3
             Lab Science (as advised)                             4
ENGL     101 Composition and Research                             3
SOCI     101 Introduction to Sociology                            3
                                                                 16

Spring Semester
STS        101 The Values of Science and Technology               3
CITA/NATR        Technical Option                                 3
HIST151/2, 161/2 Western Civilization (as advised)                3
                 Natural Science (as advised)                     3
MATH      1XX College Math                                        3
ENGL       102 Writing About Literature                           3
                                                                 18

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
STS      201     History of Science                               3
CITA/NATR        Technical Option                                 3
CITA/NATR        Technical Option                                 3
PHIL     201     Introduction to Philosophy                       3
HIST 101/2/3     American History (as advised)                    3
                                                                 15

Spring Semester
ENGL     220     Writing in the Disciplines                       3

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CITA/NATR        Technical Option                                 3
CITA/NATR        Technical Option                                 3
STS              Elective (see list)                              3
                 Foreign Language (as advised)                    3
                                                                 15

THIRD YEAR
Fall Semester
STS              Elective (see list)                              3
STS              Elective (see list)                              3
CITA/RREN        Technical Option                                 3
                 Art Elective (as advised)                        3
                 Other Worlds Civilization Elective               3
                 Free Elective (any)                              3
                                                                 18
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       TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT –                                                                 Required Business/Technology Courses Credits
                                                                                               BSAD       116 Business Organization and Management                 3
       B.TECH- CODE #1318                                                                      BSAD       221 Business Statistics                                  3
                                                                                               BSAD       300 Management Communications                            3
                                                                                               BSAD       310 Human Resource Management                            3
       Technology Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the                  BSAD       325 Marketing Management                                 3
       use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                     BSAD       408 Responsible Business Ownership                       3
                                                                                                              Business/Technology Core Elective                    3
       The Technology Management degree program allows graduates in specialized                               Business/Technology Core Elective                    3
       A.A.S. program areas to combine their technical expertise with a firm                                  Business/Technology Core Elective                    3
       understanding of fundamental business functions. By combining business                                 Business/Technology Core Elective                    3
       education with enhanced technical skill sets, graduates will be prepared to             TECH       380 Orientation to Internship                            1
       assume the role of supervisor or management trainee in a contemporary,                  TECH       480 Internship                                          15
       technology-driven environment.                                                                                                                            46
       This program provided students with technical and business expertise through
                                                                                               Required Accounting And Computer Courses
       classroom and hands-on field experiences. These features align with the
                                                                                               ACCT       100 Accounting Information & Mgt                        3
       College’s mission of offering baccalaureate degrees with a business nature and a
                                                                                               Or
       strong emphasis on technology and lifelong learning. While maintaining course
                                                                                               ACCT       101 Principles of Accounting I                           3
       flexibility, the program prepares professionals who identify and implement
                                                                                               CITA       100 Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications            2
       effective approaches to solving business problems and improve specialized
                                                                                               CITA       125 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                1
       business operation processes.
                                                                                                                                                                  6
       Admission Requirements: A.A.S. or A.S. or 60 hours of lower division course
       work (from an accredited college or university) with a minimum GPA of 2.3.              General Education Requirements
       Completion of Math 102 - Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry (C or                   ECON140 or 100 Intro to Microeconomics (preferred) or Macro         3
       better required) or equivalent prior to enrollment into the program.                                   Basic Communication                                  3
                                                                                                              Humanities                                           3
       Career Opportunities:                                                                                  The Arts                                             3
            ∙   Entry-level positions as front-line professionals                                             Foreign Language                                     3
            ∙   Field operatives with advanced technical training                                             Mathematics (MATH 102)                               3
            ∙   Front-line supervisors or management trainees                                                 Natural Sciences                                   3/4
            ∙   Entry-level business leadership roles in specialized fields                                   American History                                     3
                                                                                                              Western Civilization                                 3
       Graduation Requirements: Students must have completed a total of 60 credits                            Other World Civilization                             3
       of prior studies, plus 15 hours of lower division courses and 46 hours of upper
       division courses, for a total of 121 credit hours. Within this total of credit hours,   Diesel Techonology Option (Select 12 Credits)
       students much complete 12 hours of instruction in the Technology/Business Core.         AUTO       360   Automotive Shop Management And Supervision        3
       The specific courses that comprise this core will depend on the student’s prior         DTEC       350   Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems                      3
       lower division course work and future interests. Students must also complete 45         AUTO       380   Automotive Parts Inventory Mgt & Merchandising    3
       credit hours at the 300-400 level, of which 30 credits must be earned in residence      AUTO       400   Automotive Fleet Maintenance                      3
       at Morrisville. Finally, 30 credit hours must be earned in Liberal Arts/Science and     RENG       305   Renewable Energy System                           3
       an overall GPA of 2.0 will be required for graduation.
                                                                                               General Management Option
       Program Learning Outcomes:                                                              BSAD       320   Entrepreneurship                                  3
            ∙   Communicate effectively both in writing and in presentations                   BSAD       350   Principles of Corporate Finance                   3
            ∙   Evaluate strategies for solving business problems                              BSAD       375   Management Information Systems                    3
            ∙   Recognize and promote ethical and responsible business practices               BSAD       400   Production and Operations Management              3
            ∙   Utilize quantitative analysis to evaluate current and future market            BSAD       408   Responsible Business Ownership                    3
                segment opportunities                                                          BSAD       411   Leadership in Organizations                       3
            ∙   Apply quantitative analysis to evaluate business profitability                 BSAD       449   Management Policy and Issues                      3
            ∙   Assess and evaluate the impact of developing technologies on
                                                                                               Medical Office Technology Option
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                business opportunities
            ∙   Identify technology and workforce strategies to enhance overall                OFFT       301   Advanced Medical Coding                           3
                productivity                                                                   OFFT       335   Advanced Medical Transcription                    3
            ∙   Prepare a competitive industry analysis in support of strategic                PSYC       304   Industrial/Organization Psychology                3
                decision making                                                                BSAD       320   Entrepreneurship                                  3
                                                                                               ENTR       327   Guerilla Tactics for the Small Business           3
                                                                                               ENGL       312   Advanced Technical Communications                 3
                                                                                               BSAD       411   Leadership in Organizations                       3
                                                                                                                                                          95

Videojournalism Option
JOUR
JOUR
            280 Broadcast Management, News and Promotion
            326 VideoJournalism I Producing and Editing
                                                                        3
                                                                        3
                                                                            ASSOCIATE
                                                                            DEGREE MAJORS
JOUR        328 Videojournalism III Ethical/Legal Issues for
                Content Producing                                       3
-or-
JOUR
JOUR
            401
            387
                  Legal and Ethical Issues of Mass Communication
                  Production Lab in WCVM Media V
                                                                        3
                                                                        2
                                                                            ACCOUNTING A.A.S.—CODE #0630
JOUR        487   Production Lab in WCVM Media ??                       1   Accounting is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of laptop
JOUR        488   Production Lab in WCVM Media ??                       1   computers is integrated into courses.

                                                                            This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.
Other tracks will become available as developed by the College.
                                                                            Program Description: The accounting program has been designed to offer the
                      Sample Study Plan                                     interested student a sound basis for professional development with a minimum
FIRST YEAR                                                                  of sacrifice to educational mobility.
Fall Semester                                                     Credits
ACCT        100 Accounting Information & Mgt                                The curriculum contains requirements for a minimum of 15 semester hours
Or                                                                          in accounting and also includes supporting courses in law, statistics, business
ACCT        101 Principles of Accounting I                              3   organization and computer information systems. Students contemplating
ECON            As Advised                                              3   transfer are advised to utilize free course electives in areas other than accounting
BSAD        116 Business Organization and Management                    3   and specialized subjects. Students planning to enter accounting or business
CITA        100 Intro to Computing Conc. & Apps                         2   immediately upon graduation are advised to take as many accounting courses
CITA        125 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                   1   as possible. Students who wish to diversify their accounting program may use
Elective        Business/Technology Core Elective                       3   free electives to build a supplemental field in computer information systems
                                                                       15   or management by selecting the courses indicated in the section titled Special
                                                                            Features. The successful completion of the programs will provide the educational
                                                                            requirements for employment as indicated in the career opportunities section
Spring Semester                                                   Credits
                                                                            of this catalog.
BSAD        221   Business Statistics                                   3
BSAD        300   Management Communications                             3
                                                                            Career Opportunities: Industry and banking, entry-level accounting positions,
BSAD        310   Human Resource Management                             3
                                                                            junior accountant, state government trainee, tax examiner, payroll auditor, cost
BSAD        325   Marketing Management                                  3
                                                                            analyst, budgeting control and credit analyst.
Elective          Tech Core Elective                                    3
                                                                       15
                                                                            High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the
                                                                            C+ to B range, 2 units of defined math or Math A with a minimum grade of
SECOND YEAR                                                                 80. Desired: one additional unit of defined math.
Fall Semester                                                     Credits
BSAD        408 Responsible Business Ownership                          3   Graduation Requirement: Please be advised that no less than 20 credit hours
Elective        Tech Core Elective                                      3   must be attained in the Humanities, Math/Science, and Social Science areas.
Elective        Tech Core Elective                                      3        Policy: A minimum overall average of C or better is required
Elective        Free (or Gen. Ed.) Elective                             3           in the 12 hours of required accounting courses plus:
Elective        Free (or Gen. Ed.) Elective                             3       1) One three-hour accounting elective.
                Orientation to Internship                               1       2) Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 Intermediate
                                                                       16           Algebra with Trigonometry II is required for this program.
                                                                                3) Accounting majors may not take an ACCT course
Spring Semester                                                   Credits           on aP/NP basis.
                  Internship                                           15
                                                                       15   Students have access to state-of-the-art software through a campus-wide
                                                                            computer network and laptop computers.



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                                                                            Required Accounting Courses
                                                                            ACCT          101   Principles of Accounting 1                                  3
                                                                            ACCT          102   Principles of Accounting II                                 3
                                                                            ACCT          201   Intermediate Accounting                                     3
                                                                            ACCT          205   Cost Accounting                                             3
                                                                            ACCT                Accounting Elective                                         3


                                                                            Required Business And Cita Courses
                                                                            BSAD          102 Business Mathematics                                          3
                                                                            BSAD          104 Organizational Behavior                                       3
                                                                            or
                                                                            BSAD          116 Business Organization & Mgmt.                                 3
                                                                            BSAD          108 Business Law                                                  3
                                                                            BSAD              Business Elective                                             3
                                                                            BSAD          140 Business Communications                                       3
                                                                            BSAD          221 Business Statistics                                           3
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       CITA        100 Intro to Computer Conc. &Appl.                           3     Emphasis on Computer Information Systems
       CITA        125 Spreadsheet Concepts & Appl.                             3     CITA    110   Computer Applications I                       3
                                                                                      CITA    115   Introduction to the Internet                  3
       Required General Education Courses                                             CITA    123   Information Systems Concepts & Applications   1
       ENGL        101 Composition and Research                                 3     CITA    213   Database Management Systems Applications      1
       ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                                 3     CITA    220   Systems Analysis                              3
                       Natural Science                                          4
                       Social Science                                           3     Emphasis on Business Management
                       American History, West., or World Civ                    3     BSAD    109   Personal Finance                              3
                       The Arts, Foreign Language,                                    BSAD    112   Marketing                                     3
                       Am. Hist., West., or World Civ.                          3     BSAD    206   Promotion Management                          3
                       Electives                                                8     BSAD    212   Principles of Finance in Management           3
                                                                                      BSAD    215   Human Resource Management                     3
       Available Accounting Electives                                                 BSAD    291   Student Internship in Business                3
       ACCT        212 Federal Income Tax Accounting                            3
       ACCT        103 Computerized Accounting                                  3


                              Sample Study Plan
       FIRST YEAR
       Fall Semester                                                   Credits
       ACCT        101 Principles of Accounting I                               3
       BSAD        102 Mathematics of Business*                                 3
       CITA        100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and
                       Applications                                            2
       CITA        125 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                   1
       ENGL        101 Composition and Research                                3
       MATH            Mathematics (as advised)**                              3
                                                                              15
       Spring Semester
       ACCT        102 Principles of Accounting II (C in 101)                   3
       BSAD        104 Organizational Behavior                                  3
       -or-
       BSAD        116 Business Organization and Management                    3
       ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                                3
                       GNED: Natural Sciences                                  4
       BSAD        108 Business Law I                                          3
                                                                              16
       SECOND YEAR
       Fall Semester
       ACCT        201 Intermediate Accounting I (C in 102)                     3
       ACCT        205 Cost Accounting I (C in 102)                             3
       BSAD        140 Business Communications                                  3
                       Gen. Ed., Social Science                                 3
                       Gen. Ed., American History, or Western or
                       World Civilization                                      3
                       Business Elective                                       3
                                                                              18
       Spring Semester
       ACCT                Accounting Elective                                 3
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       BSAD        221 Business Statistics                                     3
       General Education, the Arts, Foreign Language, American History, Western
       or World Civilization                                                   3
       Electives                                                               8
                                                                             17

       *Accounting students entering Morrisville with a math placement of MATH
       103 - College Algebra with Trigonometry or above will not take BSAD 102 and
       will speak with their advisor regarding a suitable substitute class.

       Special Features: The growing complexity of the business world may make
       a supplementary field of study desirable. Majors in accounting may build
       such supplementary fields in either computer information systems or business
       management by electing a minimum of three courses from the following in
       lieu of free electives.
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ACCOUNTING A.S.—CODE #1129                                                                                Sample Study Plan
                                                                                   FIRST YEAR
Accounting is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of laptop          Fall Semester                                                   Credits
computers is integrated into courses.                                              ACCT         101 Principles of Accounting I                           3
                                                                                   BSAD         108 Business Law I                                       3
This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.                                ENGL         101 Composition and Research                             3
                                                                                   MATH             Mathematics (as advised)                             3
Program Description: The A.S. degree program in accounting is designed to          CITA         100 Introduction to Computer Concepts &Applications      2
prepare students for the accounting profession in the 21st century. This program   CITA         125 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                1
prepares students to continue their education in bachelor degree programs and                                                                           15
to eventually take the C.P.A. exam. Articulation agreements allow Morrisville
State College graduates to transfer with junior status. Students have access       Spring Semester
to state-of-the-art software through a campus-wide computer network and            ACCT         102 Principles of Accounting II (C grade in 101)         3
through laptop computers.                                                          BSAD         116 Business Organization and Management                 3
                                                                                   ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                             3
Career Opportunities: Transfer to various four-year programs                       MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                            3
                                                                                                    General Education, Natural Science                   4
High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the                                                                                   16
C to C+ range, two units of defined math or Math A with a grade of 85, and         SECOND YEAR
one unit of defined science. Desirable: one additional each of defined math
                                                                                   Fall Semester
and science.
                                                                                   ACCT         105 Managerial Accounting (C grade in 102)               3
                                                                                   BSAD         221 Business Statistics                                  3
Graduation Requirement: A total of at least 30 credit hours must be attained
                                                                                                       General Education, the Arts, Foreign Language,    3
from the combination of Humanities (6-9 hours), Math/Science (minimum
                                                                                                       American History, Western or World Civ
12 hours) and Social Science (6-9 hours). Accounting A.S. graduates must
                                                                                                       Math or Science                                   3
successfully complete MATH 147 - Selected Topics in Pre-calculus as a
                                                                                   Business Elective (as advised)                                        3
minimum math level.
                                                                                   ECON         100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                       3
                                                                                                                                                        18
Accounting majors may not take an ACCT course on a P/NP basis. A
minimum overall average of C or better is required in the 12 hours of required
accounting courses.                                                                Spring Semester
                                                                                   ACCT                 Accounting Elective                              3
                                                                                                        General Education, the Arts, Foreign
Required Accounting Courses                                        Credits
                                                                                                        Language, Western or World Civilization          3
ACCT         101 Principles of Accounting I                                  3
                                                                                   ECON           140 Introduction to Microeconomics                     3
ACCT         102 Principles of Accounting II                                 3
                                                                                   Electives (as advised)                                                7
ACCT         105 Managerial Accounting                                       3
                                                                                                                                                        16
ACCT             Elective                                                    3

Required Business And CITA Courses
BSAD         108 Business Law I                                              3
BSAD         116 Business Organization & Management                          3
BSAD         221 Business Statistics                                         3
BSAD             Business Elective (as advised)                              3
CITA         100 Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications                   3
CITA         125 Spreadsheet Conc & Appl                                     3
Electives        ACCT, BSAD or CITA                                          7

General Education Requirements
(minimum 30 credits)
ENGL      101 Composition and Research                                       3


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ENGL      102 Writing About Literature                                       3
                 Natural Sciences                                            4
                 Math or Science                                             8
ECON      100 Intro to Macroeconomics                                        3
ECON      140 Intro to Microeconomics                                        3
                 Social Sciences                                             3
                 Am. Hist, West, or World Civ.                               3

Available Accounting Electives
ACCT         201 Intermediate Accounting                                     3
ACCT         212 Federal Income Tax Accounting                               3
ACCT         103 Computerized Accounting                                     3
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       AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS                                                                 Curriculum Requirements for the Marketing Option
                                                                                             AGBS       100 Agricultural Economics                              3
       A.A.S.—CODE #0511                                                                     AGBS       200 Marketing of Agricultural                           3
                                                                                             AGBS       210 Farm Management                                     3
       Agricultural Business is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use            -or-
       of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                       ESCI       215 Equine Farm Management                              3
                                                                                             AGBS       220 Farm Finance                                        3
       The curriculum is intended for anyone interested in obtaining an agriculturally       AGBS       250 Decision Making for Ag. Manager                     3
       oriented business education. The skills and knowledge obtained can be applied
       in numerous areas of the nation’s largest industry, all the way from managing         Required Business Classes
       modern farm operations to retail sales of agricultural commodities.                   OFFT       110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                1
                                                                                             AND one of the following three OFFT courses
       The Agricultural Business major allows the student to tailor his or her               OFFT       100 Introduction to Word Processing Software            1
       curriculum beyond a basic core of required courses. The Marketing option              OFFT       106 Personal Computer Keyboarding                       1
       consists of a strong core of agriculturally oriented and Marketing courses.           OFFT       109 Introduction to Presentation Software               1
                                                                                             BSAD       112 Marketing                                           3
       The Technology option provides a basic core of agribusiness courses as well as        BSAD       206 Promotion Management                                3
       the opportunity for the student to choose a number of courses in an agricultural      BSAD       209 Salesmanship                                        3
       technical area. A strength of this option is that the student not only will acquire   ACCT       100 Accounting Information and Mgt Decisions            3
       a degree of knowledge in a technical area, but will also acquire good business        -or-
       skills to manage technology. The Transfer option is intended for students that        ACCT       101 Accounting                                          3
       desire to transfer into a bachelor degree program at a later date. It provides for
       a more generalized curriculum.                                                        Other Requirements
                                                                                             ENG        112 Technical Communications                            3
       Career Opportunities: Farm management, farm credit, farm services,                                   Business or Agriculture Elective                  12*
       banking, agricultural retail store management, farm insurance, agricultural                          *see suggested electives
       sales, and marketing. One can also transfer into our bachelor degree program
       in Agricultural Business Development.                                                 A minimum of 20 credit hours must be taken in the areas of humanities,
                                                                                             social sciences, and math and/or science.
       High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the                 English 101, 102 or 121                                    5-7 credits
       C to C+ range. Desirable: two units each of defined math and science and              Social Science (as advised)                                5-7 credits
       vocational agriculture.                                                               Math/Science (as advised)                                  5-7 credits


       Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and
                                                                                                  Marketing Option Sample Study Plan
       according to the particular concentration of this major, a successful                 FIRST YEAR
       graduate will be able to:                                                             Fall Semester                                              Credits
            •	   understand consumers’ behavior (this is your                                AGBS     100 Agricultural Economics                                3
                 behavior) and the determination of demand for                               BSAD     112 Marketing                                             3
                 agricultural commodities and food products;                                 MATH/SCI     Mathematics or Science (as advised)*                  3
            •	   gain an understanding of the United States and the world food               ENGL         English (as advised)                                  3
                 marketing system from the point of initial agricultural production                       Business or Agriculture Electives                     3
                 until the finished product is in the hands of the consumer;                                                                                   15
            •	   Utilize the tools of financial analysis, management, and
                 planning to solve problems in agriculture and in their own                  Spring Semester
                 personal lives. These tools include budgeting, present value                AGBS       200 Marketing Agricultural Products                     3
                 analysis, financial feasibility analysis, financial statements,                            Social Science                                      3
                 and methods of risk analysis and management.                                BSAD       206 Promotion Management                                3
                                                                                             ENGL       121 Introduction to Speech                              3
                                                                                             -or-
       Graduation Requirement: Students in the agriculture business must complete            ENGL           English (as advised)                                3
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       a minimum of 64 credit hours of course work and all the requirements listed           OFFT       110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                1
       below.                                                                                               AND one of the following three OFFT courses
                                                                                             OFFT       100 Introduction to Word Processing Software
       Math Proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency through Math 101 for the                   OFFT       106 Personal Computer Keyboarding                       I
       Marketing and Technology options. Demonstrated proficiency through MATH               OFFT       109 Introduction to Presentation Software               1
       102 - Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry is required for completion of            ENG        112 Technical Communications                            3
       the Transfer option.                                                                                                                                    17

       English proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency though English 102 –
                                                                                             SECOND YEAR
       Writing About Literature is required for completion of the Transfer option.           Fall Semester
       Demonstrated proficiency through English 102 - Writing About Literature               AGBS       210 Farm Management                                     3
       or English 121 Introduction to Speech is required for the Marketing and               -or-
       Technology Options                                                                    ESCI       215 Equine Farm Management                              3
                                                                                             ACCT       100 Accounting Information and
                                                                                                            Management Decisions                                3
                                                                                             -or-
                                                                                                                                                        99

ACCT         101 Principles of Accounting I                                 3    OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                     1
AGRO         110 Soil Science (or science elective (as advised))            3                     AND one of the following three OFFT courses
                    Social Science                                          3    OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software
ElectivesBusiness or Agriculture                                            3    OFFT         106 Personal Computer Keyboarding I
                                                                           15    OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software                   1
Spring Semester                                                                                   (as advised)                                            3
AGBS         220 Agricultural Finance                                       3                     Technical Electives**                                   4
AGBS         250 Decision Making for Agricultural managers                  3                     Soil Science or science (as advised)                    3
BSAD         209 Salesmanship                                               3                                                                            17
                 Electives                                                  8
                                                                           17    Spring Semester
                                                                                 AGBS         220 Agricultural Finance                                     3
TECHNOLOGY OPTION                                                                ACCT         100 Accounting Information and
                                                                                                  Management Decisions                                     3
                                                                                 -or-
Curriculum Requirements for the Transfer Option                                  ACCT         101 Accounting                                              3
AGBS         100 Agricultural Economics                                     3    AGBS         250 Decision Making for Agricultural Managers               3
AGBS         200 Marketing of Agricultural                                  3                     (as advised)                                            3
AGBS         210 Farm Management3                                                                 Technical Electives**                                   6
-or-                                                                                                                                                  17-18
ESCI         215 Equine Farm Management                                     3
AGBS         220 Farm Finance                                               3         * Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101
AGBS         250 Decision Making for Ag. Managers                           3            Elementary Algebra is required for this program.
                                                                                      ** Technical electives may be from any technical agricultural
Required Business Classes                                                                program area such as Animal Science, Equine Studies, Agricultural
OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                       1            Science, Agricultural Engineering, Horticulture, or any other
AND one of the following three OFFT courses                                              technical agricultural program. A minimum of 15 credit hours
OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software                   1            must be taken in one technical area. These technical electives
OFFT         106 Personal Computer Keyboarding                              1            are listed in this catalog under the specific technical major.
OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software                      1
ACCT         100 Accounting Information and
Management Decisions                                                        3
                                                                                 TRANSFER OPTION
-or-
ACCT         101 Accounting                                                 3    Curriculum Requirements for the Transfer Option
ElectivesBusiness or Agriculture                                           24    AGBS         100 Agricultural Economics                                   3
*see suggested electives                                                         AGBS         200 Marketing of Agricultural                                3
                                                                                 AGBS         210 Farm Management                                          3
                                                                                 Or
Graduation Requirement: A minimum of 20 credit hours must be taken in            ESCI         215 Equine Farm Management                                   3
the areas of humanities, social sciences, and math and/or science.               AGBS         220 Farm Finance                                             3
                                                                                 AGBS         250 Decision Making for Ag. Managers                         3
English 101, 102 or 121                                            5-7 credits
Social Science (as advised)                                        5-7 credits   Required Business Classes
Math/Science (as advised)                                          5-7 credits   OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software             1
*Minimum of 20 credits from lists A, B, & C                                      AND one of the following three OFFT courses
                                                                                 OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software         1
                       Sample Study Plan                                         OFFT         106 Personal Computer Keyboarding                    1
FIRST YEAR                                                                       OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software            1
                                                                                 ACCT         100 Accounting Information and Management Decisions 3
Fall Semester                                                      Credits
                                                                                 -or-
AGBS         100 Agricultural Economics                                     3
                                                                                 ACCT          101 Accounting                                      3
MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                                  3


                                                                                                                                                                 VIII
                                                                                                      Electives Business or Agriculture           20
-or-
                                                                                 *see suggested electives
                   Science (as advised)
ENGL               English (as advised)                                     3
                                                                                 A minimum of 20 credit hours must be taken in the areas of humanities, social
                   Technical Electives**                                    6
                                                                                 sciences, and math and/or science.
                                                                           15
Spring Semester
AGBS         200 Marketing Agricultural Products                            3    COURSE                                                        CREDITS
ENGL         121 Introduction to Speech                                     3    English 101 and 102                                                       6
-or-                                                                             Social Science (as advised)                                               6
ENGL               English (as advised)                                     3    Math 102                                                                  3
                   Technical Electives                                      6    Science                                                                   8
                   Elective                                                 3    Biology (as advised)                                                    3-4
                                                                           15    CHEM 121                                                                  4
SECOND YEAR                                                                      Math proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 -
Fall Semester                                                                    Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry is required for completion of this
AGBS         210 Farm Management                                            3    transfer concentration.
        100

       English proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency through English 102 Writing     HORT        201 Plant Propagation                                       3
       About Literature is required for completion of this transfer concentration.   AGRO        310 Pasture Management and Forages Production               3

                             Sample Study Plan                                       Agricultural Mechanics
                                                                                     AGEN         100 Tractor Care and Maintenance                           3
       FIRST YEAR                                                                    AGEN         105 Principles of Farm Machinery                           2
       Fall Semester                                                  Credits        AGEN         110 Small Power Equipment                                  2
       AGBS     100 Agricultural Economics                                     3     AGEN         120 Water Supply and Sanitation                            2
       BIOL         Biology (as advised)                                       4     AUTO         260 Automotive Air Conditioning-mini                       1
       MATH/SCI     Mathematics or Science (as advised)                        3
       ENGL     101 Composition and Research                                   3     Horticulture
       AGRO     110 Soil Science                                               3     ENSC        102   Botany: Form and Function                             3
                    -or-                                                             ENSC        106   Pesticide Use and Handling                            2
                    Science (as advised)                                      3      HORT        112   Introduction to Horticulture Science                  3
                                                                             16      HORT        201   Plant Propagation                                     3
       Spring Semester
       AGBS        200 Marketing Agricultural Products                         3     Spring Semester                                                Credits
                       Science Elective                                        3     Animal Science - Dairy
       ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                                3     DANS       110 Dairy Breeding                                           3
       MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                                3     DANS       120 Anatomy and Physiology of the Dairy Cow                  3
                       -or-                                                          DANS       200 Nutritional Management of Dairy Cattle                   2
                       Science (as advised)                                   3      DANS       225 Dairy Production and Management                          3
                       Agricultural Elective                                  4      DANS       235 Dairy Production Seminar                                 1
                                                                             16      DANS       250 Dairy Perspectives                                       1
       SECOND YEAR                                                                   DANS       255 Dairy Management Fellowship                              2
       Fall Semester
                                                                                     Equine Science and Management
       AGBS        210   Farm Management                                       3
                                                                                     ESCI        110 Anatomy and Physiology                                  3
       CHEM        121   General College Chemistry I                           3
                                                                                     ESCI        120 Equine Breeding                                         3
       CHEM       121L   Lab for CHEM 121                                      1
                                                                                     ESCI        140 Equine Judging                                          2
       CITA        100   Introduction to Computer
                                                                                     ESCI        170 Draft and Driving Horse Management                      2
                         Concepts and Applications                            2
                                                                                     ESCI        312 Equine Health and Lameness                              3
                         Social Science (as advised)                          3
                                                                                     ESCI        225 Artificial Insemination                                 1
                         Agricultural Elective                                3
                                                                                     ESTB        101 Care and Training of the Racehorse II                   5
                                                                             15
                                                                                     Agricultural Science (Agronomy)
       Spring Semester                                                               AGRO         215 Soil Fertility and Fertilizers                         3
       AGBS        220 Agricultural Finance                                    3
                                                                                     ENSC         104 Plant Pathology                                        3
       -or-
                                                                                     ENSC         106 Pesticide Use and Handling                             2
       ACCT        100 Accounting Information & Management Decisions           3
                                                                                     ENSC         107 Integrated Pest Management                             1
       -or-
       ACCT        101 Accounting                                             3
                                                                                     Agricultural Mechanics
                       Social Science (as advised)                            3
                                                                                     AGEN         145 Agricultural Building Systems                          3
       AGBS        250 Decision Making for Agricultural Managers              3
                                                                                     AGEN         135 Construction Surveying                                 3
                       Agricultural Elective                                  3
                                                                                     AGEN         140 Welding                                                3
                       Elective                                               2
                                                                                     AGEN         125 Residential Electrification                            3
                                                                          16-17
                                                                                     Horticulture
       Suggested Electives                                                           ENSC        107 Integrated Pest Management                              1
       Fall Semester                                                  Credits        HORT        108 Herbaceous Plant Materials                              2
       Animal Science - Dairy
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       DANS       100 Dairy Nutrition                                          3     Technical courses in other areas:
       DANS       140 Dairy Cattle Judging                                     3     Business and/or Accounting courses, Computer courses, Science courses
       DANS       160 Introduction to Dairy Science                            1     Mathematics courses
       DANS       210 Dairy Health                                             3
       DANS       220 Dairy Herd Management                                    3

       Equine Science and Management
       ESCI        315 Equine Business Management                              3
       ESCI        130 Equine and Stable Management                            3
       ESCI        210 Equine Nutrition                                        3
       ESCI        235 Fitting and Marketing of the Equine                     1
       ESTB        100 Care and Training of the Racehorse I                    5

       Agricultural Science (Agronomy)
       AGRO         110 Soil Science                                           3
       AGRO         210 Field Crops                                            3
       ENSC         102 Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants               3
       HORT         101 Plant Materials                                        3
                                                                                                                                                   101

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING                                                             Required Courses
                                                                                     OFFT     110    Introduction to Spreadsheet Software
                                                                                                                                               Credits
                                                                                                                                                         1
TECHNOLOGY A.A.S.—CODE #0512                                                         AGEN     100    Tractor Care and Maintenance                        3
                                                                                     AGEN     105    Principles of Farm Machinery                        2
Agricultural Engineering is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the            DTEC     125    Diesel Electrical Systems                           4
                                                                                     DTEC     225    Diesel Electronics                                  4
use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
                                                                                     AGEN     161    Basic Hydraulics                                    3
                                                                                     AUTO     102    Metals                                              3
Agricultural Power and Light Industrial Equipment                                    AGSC     132    Intro to Computer Applications in Precision
Mechanization and automation in agriculture have created demand for                                  Farming                                             2
technicians in agricultural engineering and mechanics by the farm equipment          AGEN     115    Agricultural Engineering Industry Overview          1
business and by operators of large commercial farms.                                 AGEN     210    Small Power Equipment II                            3
                                                                                     AGEN     220    Maintenance, Repair, and Performance Tuning
If a student is interested in mechanical applications and in agriculture, this                       of Arctic Cat equipment                             4
curriculum can provide many challenging opportunities.                               AGEN     261    Advanced Hydraulics                                 4
                                                                                     DTEC     250    Mechanical Injection Systems                        3
The farm equipment industry today serves not only the commercial farmer but          AGEN     270    Tractor Overhaul and Repair                         5
also is one of the major suppliers of such equipment as lawn, garden, and small      -or-
recreational equipment, as well as construction equipment such as backhoes           AGEN     300 Internship in Agricultural Engineering                 4
and small bulldozers for industrial uses.                                            AGBS     100 Agricultural Economics                                 3
                                                                                     -or-
Accreditation: The program is accredited by the Equipment and Engine                 AGBS     210 Farm Management                                        3
Training Council.                                                                    -or-
                                                                                     ACCT     100 Accounting Information and Management
Career Opportunities: Sales, service and distribution of farm equipment                           Decisions                                            3
and supplies, petroleum products, small power equipment. Farm service                DTEC     150 Diesel Systems                                       3
representative, industrial plant maintenance.                                                                                                      47-48
                                                                                                         Sample Study Plan
Transfer Opportunities: Students who wish to prepare for transfer to a
                                                                                     FIRST YEAR
bachelor degree program can do so by taking six credit hours of biology and/
or botany as well as eight credits of chemistry and six credits of mathematics
                                                                                     Fall Semester                                             Credits
                                                                                     AGEN     100 Tractor Care and Maintenance                           3
in consultation with the student’s advisor. If a student intends to transfer
                                                                                     AGEN     105 Principles of Farm Machinery                           2
to another SUNY institution, he/she must choose electives carefully taking
                                                                                     AGSC     132 Intro to Computer Applications in Precision Farming    2
courses covering seven of the 10 general education categories. See your advisor
                                                                                     DTEC     125 Diesel Electrical Systems                              4
and select your courses carefully.
                                                                                     MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                               3
                                                                                     DTEC     150 Diesel Systems                                         3
High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average of C.
                                                                                     AGEN     115 Agricultural Engineering Industry Overview             1
Desired: three units each of defined math and science and vocational training
                                                                                                                                                        18
or agriculture.

Graduation Requirements: Students in the Agricultural Engineering program            Spring Semester
must complete 64 credit hours of course work including all requirements listed       AGEN     161    Basic Hydraulics                                    3
below with a minimum GPA of 2.0.                                                     DTEC     225    Diesel Electronics                                  4
Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement.                             AGEN     210    Small Power Equipment II                            3
20 semester hours broken down as follows:                                            AUTO     102    Metals                                              3
Minimum 5-7 hours of humanities                                                      PHYS     107    Introductory Physics I                              4
Minimum 5-7 hours of Math and/or Science                                             -or-
Minimum 5-7 hours of Social Science                                                  CHEM            Chemistry (as advised)                              4
                                                                                     -or-
Math Proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 -                        BIOL            Biology (as advised)                                4
Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry is required for graduation from this                                                                             17


                                                                                                                                                             VIII
program.                                                                             SECOND YEAR
                                                                                     Fall Semester
Program Learning Outcomes                                                            AGBS     100 Agricultural Economics                                 3
Develop a comprehensive understanding of the mechanical function of the              -or-
compression-ignition engines and modern agricultural equipment                       AGBS     210 Farm Management                                        3
Develop a comprehensive understanding of electrical systems and electronic           -or-
controls used for diesel-powered equipment and modern agricultural                   ACCT     100 Accounting Information and Management
equipment                                                                                         Decisions                                              3
Develop a comprehensive understanding of hydraulic systems, components               DTEC     250 Mechanical Injection Systems                           3
and control systems used for transmitting hydraulic power in diesel-powered          AGEN     261 Advanced Hydraulics                                    4
equipment and modern agricultural equipment                                          HIST         History Elective
Develop the ability to accurately and efficiently diagnose failures in mechanical,   -or-
electrical and hydraulic systems in Diesel-powered equipment and modern                           Social Science Elective (as advised)                   3
agricultural equipment                                                               ENGL         English (as advised)                                   3
Develop the ability to accurately and efficiently repair failures in mechanical,     OFFT     110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                   1
electrical and hydraulic systems in diesel-powered equipment and modern                                                                                 17
agriculture equipment.
       102

       Spring Semester
       AGEN    270 Tractor Overhaul and Repair                      5
                                                                         AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS
       -or-                                                              A.O.S.—CODE #0527
       AGEN    300 Internship in Agricultural Engineering           4
       AGEN    220 Maintenance, Repair, and Performance Tuning      4    Agricultural Mechanics is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the
                   of Arctic Cat Equipment                               use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       DTEC    350 Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems (or elective)       3
       ENGL        English (as advised)                             3    The A.O.S. program is a two-year program consisting almost entirely of
       HIST        History Elective                                      courses in mechanics and agriculture. There is no requirement for courses in
       -or-                                                              liberal arts and general studies. The curriculum is best suited to students who
                    Social Science Elective (as advised)             3   intend to find immediate employment in their field or return to the home
                                                                 17-18   farm. The student may choose and option (15 credits) in agricultural business,
                                                                         dairy equipment technology, small power equipment, auto mechanics, animal
                                                                         science, agronomy, or horticulture. Students who intend to continue their
                                                                         education would be better prepared by following the A.A.S. degree program in
                                                                         agricultural engineering, which includes the liberal arts and sciences required
                                                                         to transfer to a bachelor degree program.

                                                                         Career Opportunities: Mechanics in farm machinery dealerships, sales and
                                                                         service of farm equipment, self employment in farm machinery business,
                                                                         facilities maintenance in agricultural operations.

                                                                         High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average of C.
                                                                         Desired: 1 1/2 units each of defined math and science and vocational training
                                                                         or agriculture.

                                                                         Graduation Requirements: Student must complete 61 credit hours our course
                                                                         work including al requirements listed below with a minimum GPA of 2,0.
                                                                         Demonstrated proficiency through SKLS 088 and MAGN 101 is required.

                                                                         Program Learning Outcomes
                                                                             •	   Develop a comprehensive understanding of the
                                                                                  mechanical function of the compression-ingnition
                                                                                  engines and modern agricultural equipment
                                                                             •	   Develop a comprehensive understanding of electrical
                                                                                  systems and electronic controls used for diesel-powered
                                                                                  equipment and modern agricultural equipment
                                                                             •	   Develop a comprehensive understanding of hydraulic
                                                                                  systems, components and control systems used for
                                                                                  transmitting hydraulic power in diesel-powered
                                                                                  equipment and modern agricultural equipment
                                                                             •	   Develop the ability to accurately and efficiently diagnose failures
                                                                                  in mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems in Diesel-
                                                                                  powered equipment and modern agricultural equipment
                                                                             •	   Develop the ability to accurately and efficiently repair failures
                                                                                  in mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems in diesel-
                                                                                  powered equipment and modern agriculture equipment.

                                                                         Required Courses                                                  Credits
                                                                         AGEN         100 Tractor Care and Maintenance                               3
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                                                                         AGEN         105 Principles of Farm Machinery                               2
                                                                         DTEC         125 Diesel Electrical Systems                                  4
                                                                         DTEC         225 Diesel Electronics                                         4
                                                                         AUTO         102 Metals                                                     3
                                                                         AGEN         115 Agricultural Engineering Industry Overview                 1
                                                                         AGEN         210 Small Power Equipment II                                   3
                                                                         AGEN         220 Maintenance, Repair, and Performance Tuning
                                                                                          of Arctic Cat Equipment                                    4
                                                                         AGEN         161 Basic Hydraulics                                           3
                                                                         AGEN         261 Advanced Hydraulics                                        4
                                                                         AGEN         270 Tractor Overhaul and Repair                                5
                                                                         -or-
                                                                         AGEN         300 Internship in Agricultural Engineering                     4
                                                                         AUOS         260 Automotive Air Conditioning and Heating                    3
                                                                         -or-
                                                                         AUTO         260 Automotive Air Conditioning                                1
                                                                         AGSC         132 Intro to Computer Applications in
                                                                                          Precision Farming                                          2
                                                                                                                                                    103

OFFT         110    Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                      1     Spring Semester
ENSC         101    Agricultural Science                                      3     AUOS     127 Internal Combustion Engines                               5
DTEC         250    Mechanical Injection Systems                              3     -or-
DTEC         150    Diesel Systems                                            3     AUTO     103 Internal Combustion Engines I - Theory                    3
-or-                                                                                AUTO     171 Automotive Drivetrains                                    3
AUTO         103 Internal Combustion Engines I - Theory                       3
                                                                                    Dairy Equipment Technology
Major Electives                                                                     Fall Semester
Students must select a minimum of 3 credits from the following list of              AGBS     230    Agricultural Business Management                       2
courses:                                                                            DANS     160    Introduction to Dairy Science                          3
AGEN       135 Construction Surveying                              3                ELEC     235    Computer Machine Control                               1
-or-                                                                                ELEC     236    Industrial Instrumentation                             1
NATR       142 Plane Surveying                                     3
RESC       130 Light Framing                                       3
AGEN       120 Water Supply and Sanitation                         2                Spring Semester
DTEC       350 Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems                        3                BSAD     209    Salesmanship                                           3
ACCT       100 Accounting Info. Management and Decisions           3                CITA     125    Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                  1
AUTO       109 Chassis Analysis I                                  4                DANS     225    Dairy Production and Management                        3
DTEC       105 Diesel PowerTrains I                                4                ELEC     290    Digital Circuits and Microprocessors                   3

Option Field of Study Electives                                                     Horticulture
Students must choose a minimum of 10 credits within one of the following            Fall Semester
option categories, if pursuing a option. 10 credits from the classes listed below   HORT     100    Introduction to Horticulture                           3
must be taken if student is not pursuing an option,,                                HORT     101    Plant Materials                                        3
                                                                                    HORT     105    Landscape Planning II                                  3
Agricultural Business                                                               HORT     109    Landscape and Turf Management                          3
                                                                                    HORT     210    Horticulture Practices III                             1
Fall Semester                                                       Credits
ACCT         100 Accounting Info. and Management Decisions                    3
                                                                                    Spring Semester
AGBS         100 Agricultural Economics                                       3
                                                                                    HORT     103 Landscape and Design I                                    3
AGBS         210 Farm Management                                              3
                                                                                    HORT     107 Nursery and Garden Management                             3

Spring Semester                                                                     Small Power Equipment
CITA         123    Information Systems Concepts and Applications             1
AGBS         200    Marketing Agricultural Products                           3
                                                                                    Fall Semester
                                                                                    AUTO     104 Automotive Electronics I                                  3
AGBS         220    Agricultural Finance                                      3
                                                                                    AUTO     260 Automotive Air Conditioning                               1
AGBS         230    Agricultural Business Management                          2
                                                                                    AGEN     110 Small Power Equipment                                     2

Agricultural Science (Agronomy)                                                     Spring Semester
Fall Semester                                                                       AUTO     177 Business and Personnel Management                         3
AGRO         110 Soil Science                                                 3     ACCT     100 Accounting Info and Management Decisions                  3
AGRO         210 Field Crops                                                  3

Spring Semester                                                                                         Sample Study Plan
AGRO         215    Soil Fertility and Fertilizers                            3     FIRST YEAR
AGRO         110    Soil Science                                              3     Fall Semester                                               Credits
AGRO         310    Pasture Management and Forages Production                 3     AGEN     100    Tractor Care and Maintenance                           3
AGRO         105    Soil and Water Conservation                               2     AGEN     105    Principles of Farm Machinery                           2
                                                                                    DTEC     150    Diesel Systems                                         3
Animal Science                                                                      DTEC     125    Diesel Electrical Systems                              4
                                                                                    AGEN     115    Agricultural Engineering Industry Overview             1

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Fall Semester
                                                                                    AGSC     132    Intro to Computer Applications in Precision Farming    2
ANSC         100    Animal Science and Industry                               3
                                                                                    ENSC     101    Agricultural Science                                   3
DANS         100    Dairy Nutrition                                           3
                                                                                                                                                          18
DANS         160    Introduction to Dairy Science                             3
DANS         210    Dairy Health                                              3     Spring Semester
DANS         220    Dairy Herd Management                                     3     AGEN     120    Water Supply and Sanitation                            2
                                                                                    DTEC     225    Diesel Electronics                                     4
                                                                                    AUTO     102    Metals                                                 3
Spring Semester                                                                     AGEN     161    Basic Hydraulics                                       3
DANS         110 Dairy Breeding                                               3
                                                                                    AGEN     210    Small Power Equipment II                               3
DANS         225 Dairy Production and Management                              3
                                                                                                    Mathematics (if Required)                              3
                                                                                                                                                          18
Automotive Mechanics                                                                SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester                                                                       Fall Semester
AUTO         104    Automotive Electronics I                                  3     DTEC     250 Mechanical Injection Systems                              3
AUTO         109    Chassis Analysis I                                        4     AGEN     261 Advanced Hydraulics                                       4
AUTO         177    Business and Personnel Management                         3     AUTO     260 Automotive Air Conditioning                               1
AUTO         202    Automotive Body Fundamentals                              3                  Electives in Option Field                                 6
       104

       AGEN
       -or-
               135 Construction Surveying                           3
                                                                         AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE A.A.S.—
       NATR    142 Plane Surveying                                  3    CODE #0514
       OFFT    110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software             1
                                                                   18    Agricultural Science is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use
       Spring Semester                                                   of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       AGEN    270 Tractor Overhaul and Repair                      5
       -or-                                                              Agricultural Science is a program which provides fundamental training in
       AGEN    300 Internship in Agricultural Engineering           4    the basic sciences as applied to agriculture. Four options are available. Three
       DTEC    350 Advanced Fuel Systems                            3    transfer options emphasize preparation in basic sciences and the humanities,
       AGEN    220 Maintenance, Repair, and Performance Tuning           which approximates the first two years of work in a bachelor degree program.
                   of Arctic Cat Equipment                           4   The fourth option in Agricultural Technology provides students with the
                   Elective in Option Field                          3   flexibility to develop an individualized course of study in Agriculture and
                                                                 14-15   Natural Resources. All graduates earn the associate in applied science degree.

                                                                         Career Opportunities: Primarily a transfer program in animal science,
                                                                         agronomy, and general agricultural science. Broad-based training in agriculture
                                                                         is also provided by a non-transfer option.

                                                                         Transfer Opportunities: Transfer to a bachelor degree program depends
                                                                         largely upon the student’s academic record. Most colleges expect above-average
                                                                         performance. Above-average performance is usually defined as a 3.0 cumulative
                                                                         average (“B” average) or better. Refer to the description of the School of
                                                                         Agriculture and Natural Resources for a description of the transfer agreement
                                                                         with Cornell University. General education requirements mandated by the
                                                                         State University of New York Board of Trustees may be applied to certain
                                                                         transfer students.

                                                                         Colleges to which Morrisville State College agricultural students transfer
                                                                         include:
                                                                         College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University
                                                                         University of Georgia
                                                                         Ohio State University
                                                                         University of Maine
                                                                         Rutgers University
                                                                         College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse
                                                                         Kansas State University
                                                                         Oklahoma State University
                                                                         Pennsylvania State University
                                                                         Utah State University
                                                                         Colorado State University
                                                                         Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
                                                                         University of Vermont

                                                                         High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the
                                                                         C to C+ range, two units each of defined math and science. Desired: one
                                                                         additional unit each of defined math and science, biology and/or chemistry.

                                                                         Program Learning outcomes:
                                                                         Upon completion of this program, and according to the particular concentration,
                                                                         a successful graduate will be able to:
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                                                                              •	     Have adequate biology, chemistry, math and
                                                                                     agriculture background to transfer to a 4 year
                                                                                     college such as Cornell University
                                                                              •	     Have adequate knowledge to manage a crop farming operation.
                                                                              •	     Have adequate skills to work in an agriculture
                                                                                     area chosen by the student

                                                                         Graduation requirements:
                                                                         A minimum of 64 – 66 credit hours (depending on concentration) and all of
                                                                         the other requirements listed below must be met. A minimum GPA of 2.0 is
                                                                         required for graduation.
                                                                         Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 for technology option and
                                                                         Agronomy option. Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 103 for General
                                                                         transfer and Animal Science option must be met.
                                                                         Demonstrated proficiency through English 102 or English 121 is required for
                                                                         all options except general transfer where the demonstrated proficiency must be
                                                                         met through English 121.
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Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement;                            Local Distribution Requirements:
Minimum of 20 semester hours broken down as follows                                 English 101 Composition and Research                                  3
            5-7 semester hours of Humanities                                        English 102 Writing About Literature                                  3
            5-7 semester hours of Math and/or Science                               Social Science (as advised)                                         5-7
            5-7 semester hours of Social Science                                    Math and/or Science (as advised)                                    5-7

Animal Science Option                                                                                    Sample Study Plan
The animal science emphasis is specifically designed for transfer students          FIRST YEAR
interested in the fields of dairy or equine science. The program also provides
                                                                                    Fall Semester                                                   Credits
basic preparation for students considering transfer to pre-veterinary programs
                                                                                    ENGL        101 Composition and Research                              3
at Cornell or other four-year programs. A wide selection of elective courses in
                                                                                    MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                              3
the basic sciences, animal science, agronomy, and agricultural business allows
                                                                                    AGSC        135 Computer Applications in Agricultural
students to tailor programs to meet occupational objectives.
                                                                                                      Research I                                          1
                                                                                    BIOL            Biology (as advised)                                  4
Agronomy (Crops and Soils) Option                                                   AGSC        132 Introduction to Computer Applications in
This curriculum deals with the production of food crops for both human                              Precision Farming                                     2
consumption and livestock production, as well as the scientific study of the                        Elective                                              3
soil. Students who select this major are usually interested in growing crops and                                                                         16
plan to make crop farming or market gardening their career. The curriculum          Spring Semester
also provides the training necessary to become a technician with the Soil           ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                              3
Conservation Service as well as various agencies and companies serving the          MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                              3
farmers’ needs for fertilizers, seed, and farm chemicals.                           ENSC        102 Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants              3
                                                                                    AGRO            Agronomy (as advised)                                 3
The curriculum allows elective choice for some additional studies in the animal     AGSC        137 Analysis &Interpretation of Agricultural Data         2
sciences, agricultural engineering, and turf and landscape practices. Students                      Elective                                              3
who wish to transfer into a bachelor degree program should take eight credit                                                                             17
hours of chemistry, six credit hours of botany and at least three credit hours
of mathematics.                                                                     SECOND YEAR
                                                                                    Fall Semester
General Transfer Option                                                             CHEM        121 General Chemistry I                                   4
This option meets the needs of students interested in agricultural education,       -or-
cooperative extension, plant sciences or general agriculture. Proper selection of   PHYS        127 General Physics I                                     4
elective courses allows this option to address a wide variety of student interest                   Electives                                             9
areas.                                                                                              Social Science (as advised)                           3
                                                                                                                                                         16
Agriculture Technology Option                                                       Spring Semester
This option allows the student considerable flexibility in tailoring a science                      Social Science (as advised)                           3
oriented program. It is intended for those students who may wish to enter the       ENGL        121 Introduction to Speech                                3
work force after graduation.                                                        CHEM        122 General Chemistry II                                  4
                                                                                    -or-
General Transfer Option                                                             PHYS        128 General Physics II                                    4
This option meets the needs of students interested in agricultural education,                       Electives                                             6
cooperative extension, plant sciences, pre vet or general agriculture. Proper                                                                            16
selection of elective courses allows this option to address a wide variety of
student interest areas. Pre vet students who would like to complete their course
requirements in 2 years for entry into college of vet medicine at Cornell will
                                                                                    ANIMAL SCIENCE OPTION
be able to take their chemistry and biology courses instead of AGSC, ENSC,          Curriculum Requirements                                         Credits
AGRO, or electives. They will also be required to take CHEM 121 during              BIOL            Biology (as advised)                                  8
their first semester. For detail schedule please contact your advisor.              AGSC        135 Computer Applications in Agricultural Research I      1
                                                                                    DANS        100 Dairy Nutrition                                       3
                                                                                    -or-

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GENERAL TRANSFER OPTION                                                             ESCI        210 Equine Nutrition                                      3
Curriculum Requirements                                             Credits         AGSC        132 Introduction to Computer Applications in
AGSC         135 Computer Applications in Agricultural                                              Precision Farming                                     2
                   Research I                                                 1     DANS        110 Dairy Breeding                                        3
BIOL             Biology (as advised)                                         4     -or-
AGSC         132 Introduction to Computer Applications in                           ESCI       120 Equine Breeding                                        3
                 Precision Farming                                            2     AGRO           Agronomy (as advised)                                  3
ENSC         102 Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants                     3     AGSC       137 Analysis and Interpretation of Agricultural
AGRO             Agronomy (as advised)                                        3                      Data                                                 2
AGSC         137 Analysis and Interpretation of Agricultural                        CHEM       121 General Chemistry I                                    3
                   Data                                                       2     CHEM      121L Lab for CHEM 121                                       1
CHEM         121 General Chemistry I                                          4     BIOL       235 Microbiology I                                         4
-or-                                                                                CHEM       122 General Chemistry II                                   3
PHYS         127 General Physics I                                            4     CHEM      122L Lab for CHEM 122                                       1
CHEM         122 General Chemistry II                                         4                    Electives                                             14
-or-
PHYS         128 General Physics II                                          4
                 Electives                                                  21
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       Local Distribution Requirements                                         AGBS     200 Marketing Agricultural Products                        3
       ENGL     101 Composition and Research                               3   ENSC     103 Botany – Plant Diversity                               3
       ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                               3                Internship or elective                                 4
       -or-                                                                                 Electives                                              7
       ENGL     121 Introduction to Speech                                 3
                    Social Science (as advised)                          5-7   Local Distribution Requirements
                    Math and/or Science (as advised)                     5-7   ENGL     101 Composition and Research                               3
                                                                               ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                               3
                          Sample Study Plan                                    -or-
                                                                               ENGL     121 Introduction to Speech                                  3
       FIRST YEAR                                                                           Social Science (as advised)                           5-7
       Fall Semester                                                 Credits                Math and/or Science (as advised)                      5-7
       ENGL     101 Composition and Research                               3
       BIOL         Biology (as advised)                                   4
       MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                               3                       Sample Study Plan
       AGSC     135 Computer Applications in Agricultural Research         1   FIRST YEAR
       DANS     100 Dairy Nutrition                                        3   Fall Semester                                                 Credits
       -or-                                                                    AGBS     100 Agricultural Economics                                 3
       ESCI     210 Equine Nutrition                                       3   AGEN     105 Principles of Farm Machinery                           2
       AGSC     132 Introduction to Computer Applications in                   AGRO     110 Soil Science                                           3
                    Precision Farming                                      2   ENGL     101 Composition and Research                               3
                                                                          16   AGSC     132 Introduction to Computer Applications in
       Spring Semester                                                                       Precision Farming                                     2
       ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                               3   ENSC     107 Integrated Pest Management                             1
       -or-                                                                                 Elective                                               4
       ENGL     121 Introduction to Speech                                 3   -or-
       BIOL         Biology (as advised)                                   4   CHEM            Chemistry (as advised)                              4
       MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                               3                                                                      18
       DANS     110 Dairy Breeding                                         3   Spring Semester
       -or-                                                                    ENSC     102 Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants               3
       ESCI     120 Equine Breeding                                        3   ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                               3
       AGRO         Agronomy (as advised)                                  3   -or-
       AGSC     137 Analysis & Interpretation of Agricultural Data         2   ENGL     121    Introduction to Speech                              3
                                                                          18   ENSC     106    Pesticide Use and Handling                          2
                                                                               AGRO     215    Soil Fertility and Fertilizer                       3
       SECOND YEAR                                                             AGSC     137    Analysis and Interpretation of Agricultural Data    2
       Fall Semester                                                                           Elective                                            3
       CHEM     121 General Chemistry I                                    3
                                                                                                                                                  16
       CHEM    121L Lab for CHEM 121                                       1
       BIOL     235 Microbiology I                                         4   SECOND YEAR
                    Social Science (as advised)                            3   Fall Semester
                    Electives                                              6   AGSC     135 Computer Applications in Agricultural Research I       1
                                                                          17   AGBS     210 Farm Management                                        3
       Spring Semester                                                         AGRO     210 Field Crops                                            3
       CHEM     122 General Chemistry II                                   3                Social Science (as advised)                            3
       CHEM    122L Lab for CHEM                                           1   MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                               3
                    Social Science (as advised)                            3   -or-
                    Electives                                              8                   Science (as advised)                                3
                                                                          15                   Elective                                            2
                                                                                                                                                  15
       AGRONOMY OPTION                                                         Spring Semester
       Curriculum Requirements
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                                                                               AGBS     200 Marketing Agricultural Products                        3
       AGBS     100 Agricultural Economics                                 3
                                                                               ENSC     103 Botany – Plant Diversity                               3
       AGEN     105 Principles of Farm Machinery                           2
                                                                                            Social Science (as advised)                            3
       AGRO     110 Soil Science                                           3
                                                                                            Internship or elective                                 4
       AGSC     132 Introduction to Computer Applications in
                                                                                            Elective                                               2
                     Precision Farming                                     2
       ENSC     107 Integrated Pest Management                             1                                                                      15
                    Elective                                               4
       -or-
       CHEM         Chemistry (as advised)                                 4
       ENSC     102 Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants               3
       ENSC     106 Pesticide Use and Handling                             2
       AGRO     215 Soil Fertility and Fertilizer                          3
       AGSC     137 Analysis and Interpretation of Agricultural Data       2
       AGSC     135 Computer Applications in Agricultural
                      Research I                                           1
       AGBS     210 Farm Management                                        3
       AGRO     210 Field Crops                                            3
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AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY OPTION                                                       ANIMAL SCIENCE - DAIRY A.A.S.—
Students in this option work closely with an advisor to select courses to develop
or meet career goals. Those interested in Agricultural Information Technology       CODE #0562
may choose 16 credit hours of English and Information Technology courses
(instead of 16 hours of electives). Students receive a broad based education by     Animal Science - Dairy is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the
exploring a variety of subject areas in agriculture and natural resources.          use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.

Curriculum Requirements                                             Credits         The dairy industry is the largest of all agricultural enterprises in New York,
AGSC         132 Introduction to Computer Applications in                           and ranks third in the nation in the production of milk. Today’s New York
                 Precision Farming                                           2      dairy industry is exciting and challenging. The industry needs qualified young
AGSC         135 Computer Applications in Agricultural Research I            1      people trained in the management of modern dairy farms, as well as the areas of
AGRO         110 Soil Science                                                3      nutrition, reproduction, herd health and farm supplies, to mention a few.
AGSC         137 Analysis and Interpretation of Agricultural Data            2
                 Agricultural and Natural Resources Electives               25      The Animal Science - Dairy curriculum is a progressive practical program
                 Electives                                                  16      concentrating on dairy cattle management, emphasizing both managerial and
                                                                                    hands-on experiences. This curriculum is based on dairy courses that provide a
Local Distribution Requirements                                                     science and business background. A strong emphasis is placed on application
ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                     3     of these principles, through Student Management Programs, with our 200-cow
ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                     3     free-stall dairy herd of registered and commercial Holsteins. These student-
-or-                                                                                management programs are enhanced with a dairy complex which features a
ENGL         121 Introduction to Speech                                      3      milking parlor and classrooms hooked up to dairy cattle management software.
                 Social Science (as advised)                               5-7      The herd produces nearly 27,000 pounds of milk, more than 1,000 pounds of
                 Math and/or Science (as advised)                          5-7      fat with a B.A.A. of more than 105 percent. Substantial applications are made
                                                                                    utilizing a wide variety of modern progressive farms throughout New York state
                                                                                    in our Junior Management Dairy Fellows Program.
                        Sample Study Plan
FIRST YEAR                                                                          By choosing proper electives in mathematics and science, students may prepare
Fall Semester                                                       Credits         for transfer to a bachelor degree program. They can also enter the Bachelor
ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                     3     of Technology program in Dairy Management. In addition to the academic
MATH             Mathematics (as advised)                                     3     program, students have the opportunity to participate in related activities such
-or-                                                                                as Dairy Club, Ag Club, Dairy Judging Team, Autumn Review Sale, National
                 Science (as advised)                                         3     Agriculture Day, Showmanship Contest, and Leadership Training through the
                 Agricultural and Natural Resources Electives                 7     State and National Post secondary Agricultural Students Organization. The
AGSC         132 Introduction to Computer Applications in                           Morrisville State College team has been National Junior College Dairy Judging
                 Precision Farming                                            2     Champion several times, most recently in 2002.
AGSC         135 Computer Applications in Agricultural
                   Research I                                                1      Career Opportunities: Dairy farmer, farm manager, herd person, feed sales
                                                                            16      representative, nutrition consultant, feed and farm supply, livestock buyer or
                                                                                    dealer, artificial breeding technician, dairy and beef production supervisor,
Spring Semester                                                                     breed association representative, research technician. Sales and service of dairy
ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                     3     equipment and supplies.
-or-
ENGL         121 Introduction to Speech                                      3      Transfer Opportunities: Students who plan to transfer to a four-year program
                 Agricultural and Natural Res. Elective                      6      should elect appropriate science courses such as biology and/or chemistry, and
AGRO         110 Soil Science                                                3      mathematics.
AGSC         137 Analysis and Interpretation of Agricultural Data            2
                 Elective                                                    3      High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the
                                                                            17      C to C+ range. Desired: two units each of defined math and science and
                                                                                    vocational agriculture.
SECOND YEAR
                                                                                    Required Courses                                                    Credits

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Fall Semester
                    Social Science (as advised)                              3      DANS         100    Dairy Nutrition                                           3
                    Agricultural and Natural Resources electives             7      DANS         110    Dairy Breeding                                            3
                    Electives                                                6      DANS         115    Dairy Artificial Insemination                             1
                                                                            16      DANS         120    Anatomy and Physiology of the Dairy Cow                   3
                                                                                    DANS         140    Dairy Cattle Judging                                      1
Spring Semester
                                                                                    DANS         150    Dairy Farm Practicum                                      1
                    Social Science (as advised)                              3
                                                                                    DANS         151    Dairy Techniques                                          1
                    Agricultural and Natural Resources electives             5
                                                                                    DANS         160    Introduction to Dairy Science                             3
                    Electives                                                7
                                                                                    DANS         210    Dairy Health                                              3
                                                                            15
                                                                                    DANS         220    Dairy Herd Management                                     3
                                                                                    DANS         225    Dairy Production and Management                           3
                                                                                    DANS         250    Dairy Perspectives                                        1
                                                                                    AGBS         100    Agricultural Economics                                    3
                                                                                    AGBS         200    Marketing of Agricultural Products                        3
                                                                                    AGBS         210    Farm Management                                           3
                                                                                    AGRO         110    Soil Science                                              3
                                                                                    AGRO         210    Field Crops                                               3
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       AGSC     132 Introduction to Computer Applications in Precision
                    Farming I                                             2   AQUACULTURE AND AQUATIC
       -or-
       OFFT     110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                  1   SCIENCE A.A.S.—CODE #1020
                    And 1 of the following 3 OFFT courses
       OFFT     100 Introduction to Word Processing Software                  Aquaculture and Aquatic Science is a ThinkPad University curriculum in
       OFFT     106 Personal Computer Keyboarding I                           which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       OFFT     109 Introduction to Presentation Software                 1
       ENGL     101 Composition and Research                              3   This major provides fundamental training in aquaculture, fisheries biology,
       ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                              3   limnology and aquatic biology. Students receive a broad-based education by
       -or-                                                                   exploring diverse subject matter in aquaculture and aquatic sciences. Practical,
       ENGL     112 Introduction to Speech                                3   hands-on experience is emphasized, using an operational aquaculture complex
       ACCT     100 Accounting Information & Management Decisions         3   and a wide assortment of laboratory and field equipment.
                    Agricultural Science or Dairy Science Electives       5
                    Open Elective                                         3   Admission Requirements: Required: minimum high school average in the
                    Social Sciences (as advised)                          6   C+ range, one unit each of defined math and science. Desired: two additional
       Total                                                             66   units each of defined math and science to include chemistry and biology.

                                                                              Career Opportunities: The Aquaculture and aquatic science curriculum
                          Sample Study Plan                                   prepares students for fish culture and management technology, aquatic ecology,
       FIRST YEAR                                                             limnology, and marine biology, working as federal, state and private hatchery
       Fall Semester                                            Credits       technicians, aquatic biologists, fisheries technicians, environmental science
       DANS     100 Dairy Nutrition                                       3   technicians.
       DANS     140 Dairy Cattle Judging                                  1
       DANS     150 Dairy Farm Practicum                                  1   Graduation credit requirements: Students in the aquaculture and aquatic
       -or-                                                                   science major must complete a minimum of 64 credit hours of course work
       DANS     151    Dairy Techniques                                   1   and all of the requirements listed below.
       DANS     160    Introduction to Dairy Science                      3
       AGBS     100    Agricultural Economics                             3   Math Proficiency:       demonstrated Proficiency through MATH 102
       ENGL     101    Composition and Research                           3   Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry
       ACCT     100    Accounting Information & Management
                                                                         17   Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and
       Spring Semester                                                        according to the particular concentration of this major, a successful graduate
       DANS     110 Dairy Breeding                                        3   will be able to:
       DANS     115 Dairy Artificial Insemination                         1         •	    Describe the state of the aquaculture and aquatic science
       DANS     120 Anatomy and Physiology of the Dairy Cow               3               profession and potential career opportunities.
       DANS     250 Dairy Perspectives                                    1         •	    Utilize the developed expertise in concepts, theories,
       AGRO     110 Soil Science                                          3               and emerging methodologies to succeed in tackling real-
       AGBS     200 Marketing of Agricultural Products                    3               world issues in aquaculture and aquatic science.
       ENGL         (as advised)                                          3         •	    Conduct himself/herself in a manner consistent with
       DANS     150 Dairy Farm Practicum                                  1               an embodied sense of environmental stewardship.
       -or-                                                                         •	    Asses, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information
       DANS     151 Dairy Techniques                                      1               objectively and deal professionally and ethically with
                                                                         18               clients, the public, and agency personnel.
                                                                                    •	    Utilize oral and computer communication skills
       SECOND YEAR                                                                        necessary to interact in the profession.
                                                                                    •	    Demonstrate advanced knowledge and competency in taxonomy
       Fall Semester                                            Credits
                                                                                          and natural history of aquatic flora and fauna of the northeast.
       DANS     220 Dairy Herd Management                                 3
                                                                                    •	    Demonstrate hands-on experience in aquatic sampling
       DANS     210 Dairy Health                                          3
                                                                                          inventory and measurement techniques.
       AGBS     210 Farm Management                                       3
                                                                                    •	    Become an independent, self-motivated professional
       AGRO     210 Field Crops                                           3
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                                                                                          with the ability to recognize problems in their
                    Social Science (as advised)                           3
                                                                                          field of aquaculture and aquatic science and apply
       AGSC     132 Introduction to Computer Applications in Precision
                                                                                          critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
                    Farming I                                             2
                                                                                    •	    Utilize existing technology, products, and services
       -or-
                                                                                          to maximize work efficiency and success.
       OFFT     110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                  1
                                                                                    •	    Practice a collaborative spirit in team-
                    And 1 of the following 3 OFFT courses
                                                                                          efforts and project coordination.
       OFFT     100 Introduction to Word Processing Software
       OFFT     106 Personal Computer Keyboarding I
       OFFT     109 Introduction to Presentation Software                 1
                                                                         17
       Spring Semester
       DANS     225 Dairy Production and Management                       3
                    Social Science (as advised)                           3
                    Agricultural or Dairy Science Electives               5
                    Open Elective                                         3
                                                                         14
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Curriculum Requirements                                   Credits         SUGGESTED ELECTIVES
NATR     101    General Ecology                                       3   NATR   100   Intro to forestry and Natural Resources     3
NATR     144    Seminar in Environmental Resources I                  1   NATR   110   Natural Resources Measurement               3
NATR     150    Aquaculture                                           3   NATR   130   North American Waterfowl                    1
NATR     152    Fish Reproduction                                     2   NATR   140   Geology                                     3
NATR     158    Fish Nutrition                                        2   NATR   142   Plane Surveying                             3
NATR     250    Aquatic Ecology                                       3   NATR   210   Dendrology                                  3
NATR     252    Fish Ecology and Management                           3   NATR   213   Computer Assisted and
NATR     254    Fish Health Management                                3                Photogrammetric Mapping                     1
NATR     156    Aquaculture Practicum I                               1   NATR   232   Wildlife Ecology and Management             3
NATR     256    Aquaculture Practicum II                              1   ENSC   106   Pesticide Use and Handling                  2
NATR     257    Aquaculture Practicum III                             1   ENSC   107   Integrated Pest Management                  1
NATR     258    Aquaculture Practicum IV                              1   AGBS   230   Agricultural Business Management            2
                Technical Elective (as advised)                       8   AGRO   110   Soil Science                                3
AGEN     110    Small Power Equipment                                 2   BIOL   120   General Biology I                           4
AGEN     120    Water Supply and Sanitation                           2   BIOL   121   General Biology II                          4
BIOL     235    Microbiology I                                        4   BIOL   236   Microbiology II                             4
BSAD            Business Elective (as advised)                        3   BSAD   104   Organizational Behavior                     3
CITA     100    Introduction to Computer Concepts and Applications    2   BSAD   215   Human Resource Management                   3
CHEM            Chemistry (as advised)                                4   CHEM         Chemistry (as advised)                      4
ENGL            (as advised)                                          6   CITA   123   Information Systems Concepts
                Social Science (as advised)                           3                and Applications                            1
ECON     100    Introduction to Macroeconomics                        3   MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                    3
                Elective (as advised)                                 3   MATH   141   Statistics                                  3


                    Sample Study Plan
FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester                                             Credits
NATR     144    Seminar in Environmental Resources I                  1
NATR     150    Aquaculture                                           3
NATR     156    Aquaculture Practicum I                               1
ENGL     101    Composition and Research                              3
MATH     102    Intermediate Algebra With Trigonometry                3
CITA     100    Introduction to Computer Concepts and
                Applications                                          2
HIST            HIST 101, 102, 103, or 104 (as advised)               3
                                                                     16
Spring Semester
NATR     101    General Ecology                                       3
NATR     158    Fish Nutrition                                        2
NATR     256    Aquaculture Practicum II                              1
NATR     252    Fish Ecology and Management                           3
BIOL     235    Microbiology I                                        4
ENGL            English 112, 121, or 102 (as advised)                 3
                                                                     16
SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
NATR     152    Fish Reproduction                                     2
NATR     250    Aquatic Ecology                                       3


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NATR     257    Aquaculture Practicum III                             1
AGEN     110    Small Power Equipment                                 2
ECON     100    Introduction to Macroeconomics                        3
CHEM            Chemistry (as advised)                                4
                                                                     15

Spring Semester
NATR     254 Fish Health Management                                   3
NATR     258 Aquaculture Practicum IV                                 1
AGEN     120 Water Supply and Sanitation                              2
BSAD         Business Elective (as advised)                           3
             Technical Elective (as advised)                          8
                                                                     17
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       ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES AND                                                            Additional Required Courses:
                                                                                            CAD       181       Introduction to CAD                                          1
       DESIGN A.S.—CODE #1755                                                               CAD       183       Arch Computer-Aided Drafting & Design                        2
                                                                                            PHYSICS 107         Introductory Physics I                                       4
       Architectural Studies and Design is a ThinkPad University curriculum in              MECH      211       Analytical Mechanics (Statics)                               3
       which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                        MECH      213       Strength of Materials                                        4
       The Architectural Studies and Design program is geared to the needs of the                               Proficiency through ENGL 102
       student planning to continue his/her education in architecture following                                 Proficiency through MATH 151
       graduation. The program does this by providing the student with a strong                                 Two Social Science Courses                                   6
       foundation to transfer into a pre-professional or professional architecture degree
       program. The nucleus of the studio-centered curriculum is the four-semester          Required SUNY General Education Courses (As
       architectural design (studio) sequence. The knowledge gained in courses like         Advised)
       architectural graphic communications, architectural history, and architectural
       technology, are applied within the architectural design (studio) sequence to
                                                                                                         Sample Study Plan
       provide a sound preparation. Computer technology is also integrated into all
       parts of the studio-centered curriculum.                                             Two-Year Advising Sequence
                                                                                            FIRST YEAR
       Career Opportunities:                                                                Fall Semester                                                        Credits
       Should a student decide not to transfer after earning the associate in science       ARCH          141   Architectural Design I                                       4
       degree, there are employment opportunities in architectural firms and                ARCH          102   Introduction to Architecture                                 2
       architectural related industries as an entry-level employee.                         ARCH          101   Architectural Graphic Communications                         2
                                                                                            ENGL          101   Composition and Research**                                   3
       Transfer Opportunities: This rigorous program has resulted in successful             MATH                Mathematics (as advised)*                                    3
       transfer opportunities for graduates. Morrisville graduates have excellent                               Elective (as advised)                                        3
       reputations at other academic institutions and universities including Cornell                                                                                         17
       university, Clemson University, university at Buffalo, Syracuse University.          Spring Semester
       Norwich university, the BAC, the university of Michigan, Wentworth Institute         ARCH          142 Architectural Design II                                        4
       of Technology, Arizona State University, and many others.                            ARCH          151 Architecture: Prehistory to 1900                               3
                                                                                            ENGL          102 Writing About Literature                                       3
       Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools                     CAD           181 Introduction to CAD                                            1
                                                                                            MATH              Mathematics (as advised)*                                      3
       Admission requirements:                                                              PHYS          107 Introductory Physics                                           4
       Two-year advising sequence: Required: minimum high school average in the                                                                                              18
       C+ to B range, three units of defined math, two units of defined science
       including physics, and a minimum C+ to B- (minimum 78%) high school
       average in English. Desired: Additional unit of defined math, art sequence,          SECOND YEAR
       computer-aided drawing, architectural drawing, additional English, history           Fall Semester
       and a portfolio.                                                                     ARCH          243   Architectural Design III                                     4
                                                                                            ARCH          271   Architectural Technology I                                   3
       Three-year advising sequence: Required: minimum high school average in               MECH          211   Analytical Mechanics (Statics)                               3
       the C to C+ range, two units of defined math, two units of defined science,          CAD           183   Arch Computer-Aided Drafting and Design                      2
       and English. Desired: Art sequence, computer-aided drawing, architectural            MATH                Mathematics (as advised)*                                    3
       drawing, additional English, history and a portfolio. Students lacking one or                                                                                         15
       more requirements for the two-year advising sequence will be considered for the
       three-year advising sequence.                                                        Spring Semester
                                                                                            ARCH          244 Architectural Design IV                                        4
       Graduation Requirements: Minimum Sixty Four credit hours with a                      ARCH          272 Architectural Technology II                                    3
       minimum grade point average of 2.0. These should include 6 – 9 credit hours          ARCH          252 Architecture: 1900 to the Present                              3
       in both Humanities and Social Science, and 12 credit hours of Math and/or                              Elective (as advised)                                          3
       Science. Electives are to be chosen to satisfy seven of the General Education        MECH          213 Strength of Materials                                          4
       categories. Proficiencies include Math through Math 151, and English through                                                                                          17
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       ENGL 102.                                                                            Note: Students enrolling in this program sequence in January (spring semester)
                                                                                            will require five semesters to complete their degree.
       Program Learning outcomes: 80% of student clients who graduate from the
       program will be accepted to baccalaureate programs in Architecture; 80% of
       student clients will satisfactorily complete their final project in ARCH 244 and     Three-Year Suggested Advising Sequence
       present their work to a jury of invited academics, architects, and alumni.           FIRST YEAR
                                                                                            Fall Semester                                                        Credits
       Required Core Courses                                                Credits         MATH              Mathematics (as advised)*                                      3
       ARCH         102    Introduction to Architecture                               2                       Elective (as advised)                                          3
       ARCH         101    Architectural Graphic Communications                       2     ART           120 Introduction to Drawing                                        2
       ARCH         141    Architectural Design I                                     4     ENGL          100 Introduction to College Writing (as advised)**                 3
       ARCH         142    Architectural Design II                                    4     ARCH          102 Introduction to Architecture                                   2
       ARCH         151    Architecture: Prehistory to 1900                           3                                                                                      13
       ARCH         243    Architectural Design III                                   4
       ARCH         244    Architectural Design IV                                    4
       ARCH         252    Architecture: 1900 to the Present                          3
       ARCH         271    Architectural Technology I                                 3
       ARCH         272    Architectural Technology II                                3
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Spring Semester
MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                     3
                                                               AUTOBODY TECHNOLOGY A.A.S.—
             Elective (as advised)                        3    CODE #2054
ART      121 Introduction to Painting                     2
ENGL     101 Composition and Research or (as advised)**   3    The Automotive Department at Morrisville State College has a 70+ year
CAD      181 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting      1    history of education in Automotive Technology. The learning experience for
                                                          12   students in the automotive programs reflects the hands-on technical nature of
SECOND YEAR                                                    the college as an outgrowth of theoretical knowledge. Students perform live
Fall Semester                                                  work in laboratories and staff a customer reception area and parts room in the
ARCH     141 Architectural Design I                       4    Automotive Technology Center.
ARCH     101 Architectural Graphic Communications         2
ENGL     102 Writing About Literature or (as advised)**   3    The A.A.S. in Autobody Technology will prepare graduates for entry into the
MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                     3    field of automotive collision repair as specialized technicians in tear-down
                                                          12   and reassembly, frame straightening, metalwork and refinishing. The series of
                                                               courses required for the degree will cover topics necessary to pass Automotive
                                                               Service Excellence examinations in the areas of collision repair and refinishing.
Spring Semester
                                                               The associate degree program will include a ten-week summer internship in
ARCH     142 Architectural Design II                      4
                                                               collision repair.
ARCH     151 Architectural History I                      3
MATH         Mathematics (as advised)*                    3
                                                               Specialized facilities for automotive programs provide dedicated space for
PHYS     107 Introductory Physics I                       4
                                                               students to learn and perform work in laboratories.
                                                          14
                                                               The 50,000 square-foot automotive facility provides an excellent opportunity
THIRD YEAR                                                     for students to develop additional skills in other automotive repair and service
Fall Semester                                                  areas. Students receive practical laboratory experience in diagnosis and repair of
ARCH     243 Architectural Design III                     4    electrical/electronic problems, air conditioning, brakes, steering, suspensions,
ARCH     271 Architectural Technology I                   3    alignments, welding, and engines.
CAD      183 Architectural Computer-Aided Drafting
             and Design                                   2    A new Automotive Performance Center houses a lab and classroom dedicated
MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                     3    to auto body repair, refinishing and estimating.
MECH     211 Analytical Mechanics (Statics)               3
                                                          15   Career Opportunities: Entry level positions in dealer/independent collision repair
Spring Semester                                                facilities as technicians, retail/wholesale auto body shops and in the equipment, paint
ARCH     244    Architectural Design IV                   4    supply and insurance appraisal industry.
ARCH      27    Architectural Technology II               3
ARCH     252    Architectural History II                  3    High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average of C+,
MECH     213    Strength of Materials                     4    Math A or equivalent. Desired: Math B or equivalent if three defined units
                                                          14   of math

                                                               Graduation Requirement: A minimum overall average of C or better is
                                                               required in the required automotive courses.

                                                               Continuation into the bachelor of technology degree: Students must
                                                               complete the A.A.S. degree program (with a minimum 2.5 grade point average)
                                                               before entering the B.Tech. program.

                                                               FIRST YEAR
                                                               Fall Semester                                                            Credits
                                                               AUTO          102    Metals                                                        3
                                                               AUTO          104    Automotive Electronics I                                      3
                                                               AUTO          109    Chassis Analysis I                                            4

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                                                               AUTO          202    Autobody Fundamentals                                         3
                                                               MATH                 Mathematics (as advised)                                      3
                                                                                                                                                  16
                                                               Spring Semester
                                                               AUTO          155    Automotive Electronics II                                     3
                                                               AUTO          209    Chassis Analysis II                                           4
                                                               AUTO          259    Automotive Body Repair                                        5
                                                               PHYS          107    Introductory Physics                                          4
                                                                                                                                                  16
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       SECOND YEAR                                                              AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
       Fall Semester
       AUTO       269 Unibody Repair and Refinishing                      5     A.A.S.—CODE #0525
       AUTO       110 Summer Work Experience                              3
       ENGL           English (as advised)                                3     The Automotive Technology program has a reputation for outstanding faculty
                      Social Science Elective                             3     and teaching facilities. It has faculty specialists in engines, electrical systems,
       AUTO       260 Automotive Air Conditioning and Refrigeration             body, chassis, automotive transmissions, and welding.
                      Recovery                                            1
                                                                          15    The 50,000 square-foot automotive facility provides an excellent opportunity
                                                                                for students to develop their skills in all automotive repair and service areas.
       Spring Semester                                                          Students receive practical laboratory experience in diagnosis of driveability
       AUTO       103 Theory of Internal Combustion Engines               3     problems, auto body repair, refinishing, fuel systems, brakes, steering,
       AUTO       279 Advanced Auto Body Repair                           6     suspensions, automatic transmissions, and engines in addition to related
       HUMS           Humanities (as advised)                             3     engineering technology courses and liberal arts.
                      Social Science Elective                             3
                      L/A Elective                                        1     The faculty is aware of changes in the industry through memberships in or
                                                                         16     contacts with professional societies, government agencies, major automobile
                                                                                manufacturers, oil companies and the feedback of graduates. The department’s
       *Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 – Intermediate Algebra with   advisory committee also provides guidance on program development.
       Trigonometry is required for the program.
                                                                                The curriculum is designed to reflect these changes and to prepare a student for
                                                                                entry into the automobile service industry. With experience, graduates advance
                                                                                to supervisory positions, dealing directly with customers estimating material
                                                                                and labor costs and directing the work of others. For graduates who continue
                                                                                their education in bachelor degree programs, appropriate transfer programs
                                                                                include automotive engineering, technology, vocational technical education
                                                                                and industrial engineering.

                                                                                BOCES experience will be evaluated and credit may be awarded upon
                                                                                successful completion of first semester with a minimum of 2.0 in an Automotive
                                                                                curriculum. A tool kit will be required during the first year of instruction. The
                                                                                total cost of tools is approximately $1,800 which includes leather work shoes,
                                                                                safety glasses, and welding gloves.

                                                                                AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY – FORD ASSET OPTION
                                                                                The Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training) program
                                                                                is a cooperative education partnership between Morrisville State College,
                                                                                Ford and Lincoln Mercury Dealers, and Ford Motor Company. The ASSET
                                                                                program allows technical and vocational students to gain on-the-job training
                                                                                at a sponsoring Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealership while earning an associate
                                                                                degree in Automotive Technology.

                                                                                Ford ASSET utilizes module based teaching methods at an accelerated pace.
                                                                                All vehicles, components, special tools, and service information are provided
                                                                                by Ford Motor Company. Instruction is delivered by Ford certified technical
                                                                                trainers.

                                                                                Upon graduation, ASSET students are entry-level technicians, Ford certified
                                                                                in several specialty areas and prepared to enter a career with their participating
                                                                                Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealership.
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                                                                                Career Opportunities: Diagnosis and repair of automobiles and small
                                                                                trucks, with a strong emphasis on computer control diagnostics. Automotive
                                                                                technician, service manager, parts manager, sales and body specialist.
                                                                                Dealership, parts store and manufacturing facility manager.

                                                                                High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the C
                                                                                to C+ range, Math A or equivalent. Desired: Math B or equivalent

                                                                                Ford ASSET Option: Required: minimum high school average in the C+
                                                                                range, Math A and B or equivalent. Applicants must complete a Morrisville
                                                                                State/Ford Dealership interview.

                                                                                Graduation Requirement: A minimum overall average of C or better is
                                                                                required in the required automotive courses.

                                                                                Continuation into the bachelor of technology degree: Students must
                                                                                complete the A.A.S. degree program (with a minimum 2.5 grade point average)
                                                                                before entering the B. Tech. program.
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FIRST YEAR                                                                       FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester                                                     Credits        Fall Semester                                                  Credits
AUTO         138   Automotive Industry Awareness                           1     ENGL        101 Composition and Research                              3
AUTO         104   Automotive Electronics I                                3     MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                             3
AUTO         103   Internal Combustion Engines I                           3     AUTO        102 Metals                                                3
AUTO         109   Chassis Analysis                                        4     ASET        101 Introduction to Automotive Service                    2
ENGL         101   Composition and Research                                3     ASET        102 Braking Systems                                       3
MATH               Mathematics (as advised)*                               3     ASET        103 Basic Electrical Systems                              3
                                                                           17                                                                          17
Spring Semester
AUTO         155 Automotive Electronics II                                 3     Spring Semester
AUTO         102 Metals                                                    3     PHYS        107   Introduction to Physics I                           4
ENGL             English (as advised)                                      3     ELEC        160   Applied Linear Electricity and Electronics          3
AUTO         209 Chassis Analysis II                                       4     ASET        121   Engine Repair                                       3
PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                    4     ASET        122   Electrical and Electronic Systems                   4
                                                                           17    ASET        123   Cooperative Employment                              1
SECOND YEAR                                                                                                                                            15
Fall Semester
                 Social Science (as advised)                               3
CAD          181 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting                   1     SECOND YEAR
                                                                                 Fall Semester
AUTO         202   Automotive Body Fundamentals                           3                      Social Science Elective                               3
AUTO         205   Electronic Fuel Systems                                3      CITA        100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and
AUTO         204   Automotive Electronics III                             3                      Applications                                          2
AUTO        110    Summer Work Experience                                 3      ASET        200 Cooperative Employment                                4
                                                                         16      ASET        201 Steering and Suspension Systems                       3
Spring Semester                                                                  ASET        202 Manual Transmissions and Drive Trains                 3
                 Social Science (as advised)                               3     ASET        203 Climate Control                                       2
AUTO         259 Automotive Body Repair                                    5                                                                           17
                 and/or
AUTO         255 Driveability and Performance Problems                    5      Spring Semester
AUTO         260 Automotive Air Conditioning and Heating                  1      ENGL            English (as advised)                                  3
                 Electives (as advised)                                 0-6                      Social Science Elective                               3
                                                                       14-18     ASET        222 Engine Performance                                    4
                                                                                 ASET        223 Automatic Transmissions                               4
*Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 – Intermediate Algebra with           ASET        225 Cooperative Employment                                1
                                                                                                                                                       15
Trigonometry is required for this program.
                                                                                 Cooperative Employment
Suggested Electives                                                              Semester break 1 2-3 weeks ASET 123
AGEN        150 Diesel Fuel Systems I                                      2     Semester break 10-12 weeks ASET 200
CITA        100 Introduction to Computer Concepts                                Semester break 2 2-3 weeks ASET 225
                and Applications                                           2
CITA        125 Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications                        1
                                                                                 * Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 – Intermediate Algebra with
AUTO        171 Automotive Drivetrains                                     3
                                                                                 Trigonometry is required for this program.
ACCT        101 Accounting I                                               3
AUTO        203 Internal Combustion Engines II                             3
                                                                                 Continuation into the bachelor of technology degree: Students must
BSAD        108 Business Law I                                             3
                                                                                 complete the A.A.S. degree program (with a minimum 2.5 grade point
BSAD        112 Marketing                                                  3
                                                                                 average) before entering the B.Tech. program.
BSAD        116 Business Organization and Management                       3


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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY-FORD ASSET
OPTION
The Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training) program
is a cooperative education partnership between Morrisville State College,
Ford and Lincoln-Mercury Dealers, and Ford Motor Company. The ASSET
program allows technical and vocational students to gain on-the-job training
at a sponsoring Ford or Lincoln-Mercury dealership while earning an associate
degree in Automotive Technology.

Upon graduation, ASSET students are entry-level auto technicians, Ford
certified in several specialty areas and prepared to enter a career with their
participating Ford or Lincoln-Mercury dealership.

Ford ASSET utilizes module based teaching methods at an accelerated pace.
All vehicles, components, special tools, and service information are provided
by Ford Motor Company. Instruction is delivered by Ford certified technical
trainers.
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       BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                                                             Other Required Courses
                                                                                           ENGL         101 Composition and Research                        3
       A.A.S.—CODE #0632                                                                   ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                        3
                                                                                           MATH         102 Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry          3
       Business Administration is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use        ECON         100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                  3
       of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                     Natural Science (as advised)                                     4

       This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.                                                      Sample Study Plan
                                                                                           FIRST YEAR
       Graduates earning the associate in applied science degree in Business               Fall Semester                                              Credits
       Administration are equally divided into two groups. Half transfer to bachelor       ACCT        101 Principles of Accounting I                       3
       degree programs and half go directly into the work force. Those going into          BSAD        102 Mathematics of Business                          3
       the work force find jobs in marketing, finance, human resource management,          BSAD        100 Business in the 21st Century                     3
       or management training. They work with retailers, banks, food processors,           CITA        100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and
       publishers and other business or government organizations.                                          Applications                                     2
                                                                                           CITA        125 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications            1
       The program is designed to develop the broad understanding and attitudes            ENGL        101 Composition and Research                         3
       needed by men and women to qualify for a wide range of positions. Building                                                                           15
       upon management skills acquired from the program, students should be                Spring Semester
       capable of taking on the additional responsibilities of middle management as        ACCT        102 Principles of Accounting II                      3
       they acquire experience.                                                            BSAD        104 Organizational Behavior                          3
                                                                                           -or-
       The course work consists of one-third liberal arts and sciences                     BSAD        116   Business Organization and Management           3
       and two-thirds business courses. The case study approach is used                    BSAD        108   Business Law I                                 3
       extensively and several courses incorporate computer applications                   ENGL        102   Writing About Literature                       3
       and simulations. The specific courses offered give the student a well-              MATH        102   Intermediate Algebra With Trigonometry         3
       rounded foundation from which to branch out in many directions.                                       General Education, American History,           3
                                                                                                             Western or World Civilization
       Admission Requirements: The minimum required high school average for                                                                                 18
       admission is typically in the C to C+ range, with one unit of defined math or
       Math A and a minimum grade of 75, and one unit of science. It is desired that
                                                                                           SECOND YEAR
       students have one additional unit each of defined math and science.                 Fall Semester                                              Credits
                                                                                           BSAD        112 Marketing                                        3
       Career Opportunities: Management training in human resources, corporate             BSAD            Business Elective                                3
       communications, marketing, public service and the service industry. Self-           BSAD        140 Business Communications                          3
       employment or family business.                                                      ECON        100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                   3
                                                                                                           General Education, Natural Sciences              4
       Transfer Opportunities:                                                                                                                             16
       Although not designed with transfer in mind, students typically transfer to         Spring Semester
       other business or technology-related bachelor degree program.                       BSAD        221 Business Statistics                              3
                                                                                           BSAD        206 Promotion Management                             3
       Requirements for Graduation: Graduates must have 64 credits, including                              General Education (as advised)                   3
       a total of 20 credit hours that are required from humanities (at least 5 credits)   BSAD            Business Elective                                3
       including ENGL 102, mathematics or sciences (at least 5 credits) including                          Electives                                        5
       MATH 102 and social sciences (at least 5 credits) areas, including ECON                                                                             17
       100. In addition, students must achieve a minimum grade point average of            OPTIONS
       2.0 overall and in core course requirements for graduation. Demonstrated
                                                                                           Computer
       proficiency through MATH 102 - Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry is
                                                                                           CITA   100/125 (Required Above)
       required for this program.
                                                                                           CITA           Additional three credits
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       Required Courses:                                                                   Marketing
       Core Courses                                                        Credits         BSAD        112 (Required Above)
       ACCT         101    Principles of Accounting I                                3     BSAD        206 (Required Above)
       ACCT         102    Principles of Accounting II                               3     JOUR        290 Advertising
       BSAD         100    Business in the 21st Century                              3
       BSAD         102    Business Mathematics                                      3     Human Resources
       BSAD         108    Business Law I                                            3     BSAD        215 Human Resources Management
       BSAD         112    Marketing                                                 3     PSYC        101 Psychology
       BSAD         116    Business Organization & Management                        3     SOCI        100 Sociology
       -or
       BSAD         104    Organizational Behavior                                   3
                                                                                           Finance
       BSAD         140    Business Communications                                   3
                                                                                           BSAD        212 Principles of Finance
       BSAD         206    Promotion Management                                      3
                                                                                           BSAD        109 Personal Finance
       BSAD         221    Business Statistics                                       3
       CITA         100    Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications          2
       CITA         125    Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                     1
                                                                                           International Business
                                                                                           BSAD        225 International Business
                                                                                           BSAD        226 International Marketing
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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION A.S.—                                                                              Sample Study Plan
                                                                                    FIRST YEAR
CODE #0671                                                                          Fall Semester                                                    Credits
                                                                                    ACCT         101 Principles of Accounting I                               3
Business Administration is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of     BSAD         100 Business in the 21st Century                             3
laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                        ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                 3
                                                                                    MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                                3
This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.                                 BSAD         108 Business Law I                                           3
                                                                                                                                                              15
The associate in science degree in Business Administration requires half the
course work to be divided among the humanities, the mathematics/science and         Spring Semester
the social science fields of study. The emphasis is in the mathematics/science      ACCT         102   Principles of Accounting II                            3
area where four courses are required for graduation. The other half of the          BSAD         203   Business Law II                                        3
required course work is in the applied business area as described in the Business   CITA         100   Introduction to Computer Concepts and Apps.            2
Administration A.A.S. degree description.                                           CITA         125   Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                  1
                                                                                    ENGL         102   Writing About Literature                               3
While a large majority of students who graduate with the A.S. degree transfer to                       General Education, Natural Science                     4
bachelor degree programs, experience has shown that the background acquired
                                                                                                                                                              16
from the business courses is sufficient to make a student eligible for a wide
range of positions in business and government, as well.                             SECOND YEAR
                                                                                    Fall Semester                                                    Credits
Admission Requirements: The minimum required high school average for                BSAD         112 Marketing                                                3
admission is typically in the C to C+ range, with one unit of defined math or       BSAD         116 Business Organization and Management                     3
Math A and a minimum grade of 75, and one unit of science. It is desired that                        Math or Science (as advised)                             6
students have one additional unit each of defined math and science.                 ECON         100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                           3
                                                                                                     General Education, Natural Sciences                      3
Career Opportunities: This degree is primarily a transfer program, however,                                                                                   18
some students chose to enter the workforce.                                         Spring Semester
                                                                                    BSAD         221 Business Statistics                                      3
Transfer Opportunities: Students are prepared to enter business or related          ECON         140 Introduction to Microeconomics                           3
bachelor programs.                                                                  BSAD             Business Elective                                        3
                                                                                                     Elective (as advised)                                    4
Requirements for Graduation: Graduates must have 64 credits, including                               American History, Western or World Civilization          3
a total of 30 credit hours that are required from humanities (at least 6 credits)                                                                             16
including ENGL 102, mathematics or sciences (at least 12 credits) including
MATH 103*, and social sciences (at least 6 credits) areas, including ECON 100       * Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 103* - College Algebra with
and ECON 140. In addition, students must achieve a minimum grade point              Trigonometry is required for this program. For students enrolling for Spring
average of 2.0 overall and in the core course requirements for graduation           2009 and after demonstrated proficiency through MATH 147 – Selected
                                                                                    Topics in Precalculus is required for this program.
Required Courses:
Core Courses:                                                                       Available Business Administration Electives
ACCT         101    Principles of Accounting I                                3     BSAD         109   Personal Finance                                       3
ACCT         102    Principles of Accounting II                               3     BSAD         208   Introduction to Total Quality Management               3
BSAD         100    Business in the 21st Century                              3     BSAD         209   Salesmanship                                           3
BSAD         108    Business Law I                                            3     BSAD         218   Special Topics in Business                             3
BSAD         112    Marketing                                                 3     BSAD         212   Principles of Finance in Management                    3
BSAD         116    Business Organization & Management                        3     BSAD         215   Human Resources Management                             3
BSAD         203    Business Law II                                           3     BSAD         224   Managing Diversity in the Work Place                   3
BSAD         221    Business Statistics                                       3     BSAD         225   International Business                                 3
CITA         100    Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications          2     BSAD         226   International Marketing                                3


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CITA         125    Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                     1     BSAD         291   Student Intern Program in Business                     3

Required SUNY General Education
ENGL         101    Composition and Research                                  3
ENGL         102    Writing About Literature                                  3
MATH        103*    College Algebra with Trigonometry                         3
ECON         100    Introduction to Macroeconomics                            3
ECON         140    Introduction to Microeconomics                            3
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       COMPUTER INFORMATION                                                                Required Courses                                       Credits
                                                                                           Core Courses:
       SYSTEMS A.A.S.—CODE #0581                                                           BSAD     116    Business Organization & Management           3
                                                                                           CITA     110    Computer Applications I                      3
                                                                                           CITA     140    Introduction to Programming                  3
       Computer Information Systems is a ThinkPad University curriculum in                 ACCT     101    Principles of Accounting I                   3
       which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                       CITA     150    Data Management Techniques                   3
       This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.                                 CITA            CITA (as advised)                            3
                                                                                           CITA     120    Computer Concepts & OS                       3
       Concepts of computer information systems are of crucial importance in               ACCT     102    Principles of Accounting II                  3
       modern organizations, both in attaining effective management control and in         CITA     210    Visual Programming & Dev Tools               3
       decision making. The college has designed a Computer Information Systems            CITA     220    Systems Analysis                             3
       curriculum in accordance with guidelines suggested by the Data Processing           BSAD     140    Business Communications                      3
       Management Association Education Foundation. It provides the student with           CITA     280    Tools & Techniques                           3
       the knowledge needed to understand the theory, application and potential of
       information technology. It is designed to bridge the technical-business gap         Additional Required Courses
       which exists between Computer Science and Data Processing by offering a             ENGL     101    Composition and Research                     3
       broad-based technical, information systems and business education.                  ENGL     102    Language and Composition                     3
                                                                                           ECON     100    Introduction to Macroeconomics               3
       This rigorous program combined with education in the liberal arts and sciences      MATH     103    College Algebra with Trig                    3
       prepares the student for transfer to upper-division colleges or for employment                      Electives (as advised)
       as entry-level programmer analysts in information technology organizations.                                                                      16

       The student’s educational experience is enhanced by campus computing
                                                                                                              Sample Study Plan
       facilities. Students receive practical hands-on experience in interactive program   FIRST YEAR
       development in a networked, pc-based windows programming environment.               Fall Semester                                          Credits
       These systems support the latest software packages for spreadsheets, graphics,      BSAD     116    Business Organization and Management         3
       database, communications, and multimedia development. Students have full            CITA     110    Computer Applications I                      3
       Internet access through popular Web browsers.                                       CITA     140    Introduction to Programming                  3
                                                                                           ENGL     101    Composition and Research                     3
       Accreditation: The Computer Information Systems program is accredited by            MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                    3
       the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).                                                                             15
                                                                                           Spring Semester
       Admission Requirements: The minimum required high school average for                ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                      3
       admission is typically in the C to C+ range, with one unit of defined math or       CITA     150 Data Management Techniques                      3
       math A and a minimum grade of 75, and one unit of science. It is desired that       CITA     120 Computer Concepts and Operating Systems         3
       students have one additional unit each of defined math and science.                 CITA         Program Elective (as advised)                   3
                                                                                           ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                        3
       Career Opportunities: Computer programmer, programmer analyst, system               MATH         Mathematics (as advised)*                       3
       analyst trainee, network technician, computer operator, computer sales and                                                                       18
       office systems management. Also transfer to bachelor degree programs.
                                                                                           SECOND YEAR
       Transfer Opportunities: Although not designed with transfer in mind, students
                                                                                           Fall Semester
                                                                                           ACCT     102 Principles of Accounting II                     3
       could transfer to other business, Information Technology or technology-related
                                                                                           CITA     210 Programming and Development                     3
       bachelor programs.
                                                                                           CITA     220 Systems Analysis                                3
                                                                                                        General Elective                                1
       High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the
                                                                                           BSAD     140 Business Communications                         3
       C to C+ range, high school diploma, two units of defined level math, one
                                                                                           ECON     100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                  3
       unit of defined science. Desired: one additional unit each of defined math and
                                                                                                                                                       16
       science.
                                                                                           Spring Semester
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       Requirement for Graduation: Graduates mush have 64 credits including a              CITA     280 Tools and Techniques for Application
       total of 20 credit hours that are required from humanities (at least 5 credits)                  Development                                     3
       including ENGL 102, mathematics or sciences (at least 5 credits) including                       General Electives                               6
       MATH 102 and social sciences (at least 5 credits) areas, including ECON 100.                     Social Science Elective                         3
       In addition students must achieve a minimum grade point average (GPA) of                         Elective                                        3
       2.0 overall and in CITA course requirements for graduation                                                                                      15

       Math Requirement: Students must complete 6 hours of Math including
       successful completion of MATH 103 or a higher level Math course. Students
       enrolled in ACCT 101 must be enrolled in or have completed MATH
       103; students who do not meet this requirement must enroll in BSAD 102
       concurrent with ACCT 101.

       Program Learning Outcomes:
           •	   Utilize formal development methodologies to
                design and deliver software applications.
           •	   Implement two-tier, procedure based relational
                database driven application.
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COMPUTER INFORMATION                                                                Required Core Courses
                                                                                    ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I
                                                                                                                                              Credits
                                                                                                                                                    3
SYSTEMS A.S.—CODE #1171                                                             ACCT     102 Principles of Accounting II                        3
                                                                                    BSAD     116 Business Organization & Management                 3
Computer Information Systems is a ThinkPad University curriculum in                 CITA     110 Computer Applications I                            3
which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                       CITA     120 Computer Concepts & OS                             3
                                                                                    CITA     140 Introduction to Programming                        3
This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.                                 CITA     150 Data Management Techniques                         3
                                                                                    CITA         CITA (as advised)                                  3
The Computer Information Systems A.S. degree is a modification of the               CITA     210 Visual Programming & Dev Tools                     3
Computer Information Systems A.A.S. degree, designed to prepare students to         CITA     220 Systems Analysis                                   3
continue their education in Computer Information Systems or Management
Information Systems in a four-year program. The curriculum has been designed        Additional Required Courses
in accordance with guidelines suggested by the Data Processing Management           ENGL     101 Composition and Research                           3
Association Education Foundation.                                                   ENGL     102 Language and Composition                           3
                                                                                    ECON     100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                     3
The student’s educational experience is enhanced by campus computing                MATH     151 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I                     3
facilities. Students receive practical hands-on experience in interactive program                Math and/or science (as advised)                9-10
development in a networked, pc-based windows programming environment.                            Social Science (as advised)                        3
These systems support the latest software packages for spreadsheets, graphics,                   General Electives (as advised)                  9-10
database, communications, and multimedia development. Students have full
Internet access through popular Web browsers.
                                                                                                        Sample Study Plan
Articulation agreements allow Morrisville State College graduates to transfer       FIRST YEAR
with junior status.                                                                 Fall Semester                                             Credits
                                                                                    BSAD     116    Business Organization and Management            3
Accreditation: The Computer Information Systems Department is accredited            CITA     110    Computer Applications I                         3
by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).             ENGL     101    Composition and Research                        3
                                                                                    CITA     140    Introduction to Programming                     3
Admission Requirements: The minimum required high school average for                MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                       3
admission is typically in the C to C+ range, with one unit of defined math or                                                                       15
math A and a minimum grade of 75, and one unit of science. It is desired that       Spring Semester
students have one additional unit each of defined math and science.                 ACCT     101    Principles of Accounting I                      3
                                                                                    ENGL     102    Writing About Literature                        3
Career Opportunities: Primarily a transfer program.                                 CITA     150    Data Management Techniques                      3
                                                                                    CITA     120    Computer Concepts and Operating Systems         3
Transfer Opportunities: This degree is specifically designed with transfer          CITA            Program Elective (as advised)                   3
in mind, Students could transfer to other business, Information Technology,         MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                       3
technology-related or other bachelor programs directly.                                                                                             18

High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the               SECOND YEAR
C to C+ range, two units of math, one unit of defined science. Desired: one         Fall Semester                                             Credits
additional unit each of defined math and science.                                   ACCT     102 Principles of Accounting II                        3
                                                                                    CITA     220 Systems Analysis                                   3
Requirement for Graduation: Graduates mush have 64 credits including a              CITA     210 Visual Programming and Development Tools           3
total of 30 credit hours that are required from humanities (at least 6-9 credits)   MATH         Mathematics (as advised)                           3
including ENGL 102, mathematics or sciences (at least 12 credits) including                      General Elective                                   1
MATH 151 and social sciences (at least 6-9 credits) areas, including ECON           ECON     100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                     3
100. In addition students must achieve a minimum grade point average (GPA)                                                                          16
of 2.0 overall and in CITA course requirements for graduation.
                                                                                    Spring Semester                                           Credits

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Math Requirements: Students must complete 6 hours of Math including                                 Elective                                        3
successful completion of MATH 151 or a higher level Math course. Only lab                           General Elective                                3
sciences are accepted as part of the Math/Science component. Students enrolled                      English/Social Science Elective                 3
in ACCT 101 must be enrolled in or have completed MATH 103; students                                Social Science Elective                         3
who do not meet this requirement must enroll in BSAD 102 concurrent                                 Math/Science Elective                           3
with ACCT 101. Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 151 – Analytic                                                                                 15
Geometry and Calculus I is required for this program.

Program Learning Outcomes:
    •	   Prepare students to continue their education in Computer
         Information Systems in a four-year program
    •	   Prepare students to continue their education
         in any four-year program

Grade Policy: A minimum overall average of 2.0 or better is required for
graduation. Also, a minimum overall average of 2.0 or better is required in the
required CIT courses.
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       COMPUTER SCIENCE A.S.—CODE                                                             Program Learning Outcomes:
                                                                                                   •   Students will understand the software development process, the
       #0532                                                                                           internal architecture of processors and related issues, and will be
                                                                                                       able to create non-trivial, reliable programs in modern languages
       Computer Science is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of                    •   Students will be prepared to continue their education at an upper
       laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                                    division school

       Computer science is a field critical to our society. Computers are used for            Required Core Courses                                           Credits
       medical treatment, transportation, space exploration, education, entertainment,        COSC        111   Introduction to Computer Science                       3
       finance, as well as for the management and exchange of data and information.           COSC       111L   Laboratory for COSC 111                                1
       Areas of specialization include graphics, artificial intelligence, systems software,   COSC        112   Elementary Data Structures                             3
       languages, networks, user interfaces, and many others.                                 COSC        201   Programming in C                                       3
                                                                                              COSC        221   Assembly Language Programming                          3
       This program follows guidelines published by the Association for Computing             COSC        231   Advanced Programming Techniques                        3
       Machinery, the world’s premier organization of computing professionals and             MATH        145   Discrete Mathematics                                   3
       academics. While the curriculum primarily prepares graduates for transfer
       to bachelor degree programs, graduates are also ready for the workplace in                                    Sample Study Plan
       support roles or as entry-level programmers. A varied selection of computer
       science courses is combined with a strong emphasis on mathematics, science,
                                                                                              FIRST YEAR
       and liberal arts courses to give graduates a solid, well-rounded preparation for       Fall Semester                                                   Credits
       transfer to a bachelor degree program. Graduates typically transfer to schools         COSC        111 Introduction to Computer Science                         3
       such as Rochester Institute of Technology and SUNY Institute of Technology             COSC       111L Introduction to Computer Science Lab                     1
       at Utica/Rome.                                                                         ENGL            English (as advised)                                     3
                                                                                              MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                                3
       Languages taught include Java, C, and assembly language. Operating systems                             Elective                                                 3
       used include Windows, DOS, and Unix.                                                                   Science (as advised)**                                   4
                                                                                                                                                                       17
       As part of ThinkPad University, all computer science majors must own or
       lease a laptop computer. This enables each student to access computing tools           Spring Semester
       and technology anytime, anyplace, and also allows students to incorporate              COSC        112 Elementary Data Structures                               3
       computers into every aspect of their education. Facilities throughout the              ENGL            English (as advised)                                     3
       campus provide ThinkPad students with access to file servers, printers, and            MATH        145 Discrete Mathematics                                     3
       the Internet.                                                                          MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                                 3
                                                                                                              Science (as advised)                                     4
       High School Preparation: Required: high school average C or better, three                                                                                       16
       units of defined math or 2 units of defined math with an 80 average or better,
       one unit of defined science. Desirable: one additional unit each of defined            SECOND YEAR
       math, and either chemistry or physics.                                                 Fall Semester
                                                                                              COSC        221 Assembly Language Programming                           3
       Career Opportunities: Primarily a transfer program in a computer science.              MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                                3
                                                                                                              Electives***                                         9-12
       Graduation Requirements:                                                                                                                                    15-18
       Total hours required: 64 credit hours
       GPA: Overall GPA of 2.00 or higher
       Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement:                               Spring Semester
             •     Minimum of 6 credit hours of English                                       COSC        231 Advanced Programming Techniques                         3
             •     Minimum of 6 credit hours of Social Science                                COSC        201 Programming with C                                      3
             •     Minimum of 15 credit hours from Humanities and Social Science              MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                                3
                   (combined) including the above two items.                                                  Electives***                                          6-9
             •     Minimum of 8 credit hours of Physics, Chemistry, or Biology                                                                                     15-18
             •     Minimum of 30 credit hours must come from Liberal Arts and
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                   Sciences (including Mathematics and the above items)                       ** Physics is highly recommended.

       SUNY General Education—A minimum of one course is required from each                   RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES
       of seven (7) out of the following ten (10) general education areas:                    COSC        211 Computer Graphics Techniques                             3
             •     American History                                                           ELEC        290 Digital Circuits and Microcompressors                    3
             •     Basic Communication                                                        MATH        149 Linear Algebra                                           3
             •     Foreign Language
             •     Humanities
             •     Mathematics
             •     Natural Sciences
             •     Other World Civilizations
             •     Social Science
             •     The Arts
             •     Western Civilizations

       Proficicency:
             •    Proficiency through MATH 152—Calculus II and ENGL 102 –
                  Writing About Literature
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COMPUTER SYSTEMS                                                                    Required Core Courses
                                                                                    ACCT     101    Principles of Accounting I
                                                                                                                                           Credits
                                                                                                                                                 3
TECHNOLOGY A.A.S.—CODE #0405                                                        ACCT     102    Principles of Accounting II                  3
                                                                                    BSAD     112    Marketing                                    3
Computer Systems Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum in                  BSAD     116    Business Organization & Management           3
which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                       BSAD     140    Business Communications                      3
                                                                                    CITA     110    Computer Applications I                      3
                                                                                    CITA     120    Computer Concepts & OS                       3
This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.                                 CITA     140    Introduction to Programming                  3
                                                                                    CITA     220    Systems Analysis                             3
The Computer Systems Technology curriculum has been designed for                    CITA     280    Tools & Techniques                           3
students who have initial plans to enter the job market as support personnel        CITA            CITA (as advised)                            3
to computer users rather than computer programmers. As the computer
continues to integrate itself into all facets of the business environment, new
                                                                                    Additional Required Courses
opportunities are developing for those individuals with strong backgrounds in
                                                                                    ENGL     101    Composition and Research                     3
both computing and business management skills. This curriculum will prepare
                                                                                    ENGL     102    Writing About Literature                     3
the student for these new careers.
                                                                                    ENGL     121    Introduction to Speech                       3
                                                                                    ECON     100    Introduction to Macroeconomics               3
The student will learn computer and information systems concepts through an
                                                                                    MATH     103    College Algebra with Trig                    3
understanding of hardware and software and their applications to business. At
                                                                                                    Math and/or Science (as advised)             3
the same time, the student will be learning the necessary business marketing
                                                                                                    Social Science Elective (as advised)         3
and management skills for today’s business world. The merging of these two
                                                                                                    General Electives (as advised)             7-8
disciplines will produce tomorrow’s business leaders.

The student’s educational experience is enhanced by campus computing                Choose any one of the following management electives:
facilities. Students receive practical hands-on experience in interactive program   BSAD     209 Salesmanship                                    3
development in a networked, pc-based windows programming environment.               BSAD     212 Principles of Finance in Management             3
These systems support the latest software packages for spreadsheets, graphics,      BSAD     215 Human Resource Management                       3
database, communications, and multimedia development. Students have full            BSAD     221 Business Statistics                             3
Internet access through popular Web browsers.
                                                                                                        Sample Study Plan
Accreditation: The Computer Systems Technology program is accredited by             FIRST YEAR
the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).                Fall Semester
                                                                                    BSAD     116    Business Organization and Management         3
Admission Requirements: The minimum required high school average for                CITA     110    Computer Applications I                      3
admission is typically in the C to C+ range, with one unit of defined math or       ENGL     101    Composition and Research                     3
math A and a minimum grade of 75, and one unit of science. It is desired that       ENGL     121    Introduction to Speech                       3
students have one additional unit each of defined math and science.                 MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                    3
                                                                                                                                                15
Career Opportunities: Computer operator, computer sales, and office systems
                                                                                    Spring Semester
management and computer and network support personnel. Also transfer to
                                                                                    ACCT     101 Principles of Accounting I                      3
four-year programs.
                                                                                    BSAD     112 Marketing                                       3
                                                                                    CITA     120 Computer Concepts and Operating Systems         3
Transfer Opportunities:
                                                                                    CITA         Program Elective (as advised)                   3
Although not designed with transfer in mind, students could transfer to other
                                                                                    ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                        3
business, Information Technology or technology-related bachelor programs.
                                                                                    MATH         Mathematics (as advised)*                       3
Requirement for Graduation: Graduates mush have 64 credits including a                                                                          18
total of 20 credit hours that are required from humanities (at least 5 credits)     SECOND YEAR
including ENGL 102, mathematics or sciences (at least 5 credits) including          Fall Semester
MATH 103 and social sciences (at least 5 credits) areas, including ECON             ACCT     102 Principles of Accounting II                     3


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100. In addition students must achieve a minimum grade point average                CITA     220 Systems Analysis                                3
(GPA) of 2.0 overall and in CITA course requirements for graduation.                CITA     140 Introduction to Programming                     3
Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 103 - College Algebra with                                 General Elective                                1
Trigonometry is required for this program.                                          BSAD     140 Business Communications                         3
                                                                                    ECON     100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                  3
Math Requirement: Students must complete 6 hours of math including
                                                                                                                                                16
successful completion of MATH 103 or a higher level math course. Students
enrolled in ACCT 101 must be enrolled in or have completed MATH
                                                                                    Spring Semester
                                                                                    BSAD         Management Elective**                           3
103; students who do not meet this requirement must enroll in BSAD 102
                                                                                    CITA     280 Tools and Techniques for Application
concurrent with ACCT 101.                                                                        Development                                     3
                                                                                                 General Electives                               6
Program Learning Outcomes:                                                                       Social Science Elective                         3
     •   Utilize formal development methodologies to design and deliver                                                                         15
         software applications.
                                                                                    **Management Electives
     •   Implement two-tier, procedure based relational database driven
                                                                                    BSAD     209    Salesmanship
         application.
                                                                                    BSAD     212    Finance in Management
                                                                                    BSAD     215    Human Resource Management
                                                                                    BSAD     221    Business Statistics
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       CRIMINAL JUSTICE A.A.S. -                                                                    •	
                                                                                                          among adults and juveniles.
                                                                                                          Execute penal and criminal procedure
       CODE # 1100                                                                                        laws professionally and ethically.
                                                                                                    •	    Describe the complexities of managing
       This Criminal Justice program is available only at the Norwich Campus. It is                       and supervising the incarcerated.
       designed to prepare students for professional employment in the Criminal Justice,            •	    Communicate in writing and speech at a level
       Corrections, or Security field.                                                                    appropriate for law enforcement professions.

       In recent years, the need for police and security officers has increased                Required Core Courses                                         Credits
       significantly along with the professional expectations and performance                  CJUS         101   Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems         3
       standards. The Criminal Justice program is designed for students seeking                CJUS         201   Corrections                                      3
       entry level employment in the Criminal Justice field and for current employees          CJUS         202   Policing                                         3
       interested in advancement. Students earning this degree may continue their              CJUS         220   Criminal Investigation I                         3
       education to the bachelor degree level or beyond.                                       CJUS         221   Criminal Investigation II                        3
                                                                                               CJUS         230   Basics of Penal Law                              3
       The goal of this program is to help students develop the necessary knowledge,           CJUS         231   Criminal Law Procedure                           3
       skills, and abilities required for success as criminal justice professionals. Program
       graduates will be eligible for employment in the full range of law enforcement          Other Required Courses
       careers including policing, corrections, security, criminal investigation, and          ENGL         101   Composition and Research                         3
       related career areas. Graduates are expected to find a wide range of employment         ENGL         102   Writing About Literature                         3
       options with public and private agencies.                                               PSYC         101   Introduction to Psychology                       3
                                                                                               SOCI         101   Introduction to Sociology                        3
                                                                                               MAGN         101   Elementary Algebra w/ Trigonometry               3
       Career Opportunities: According to the US Department of Labor,                          OFFT         100   Introduction to Word Processing                  1
       opportunities for employment in Criminal Justice are expected to be well                OFFT         106   Personal Keyboarding                             1
       above the average for other career fields. Area Corrections and Police agencies         POLI         113   American Judicial System                         3
       have indicated a strong interest in this program and anticipate openings for            WELL         100   Stress and Wellness                              3
       graduates. Potential employers include: Municipal and State Police, County              HIST               (as advised)                                     3
       Sheriff’s Departments, NY State Department of Corrections, the Court System,                               Foreign Language (as advised)                    6
       Corporate Security and more.                                                                               MATH and/or Science (as advised)                 6
                                                                                                                  Open Elective (as advised)                       3
       Transfer Opportunities: Although this program is not designed as a transfer
       program, conversations with representatives of area institutions suggest that                                  Sample Study Plan
       graduates of the Criminal Justice program will receive favorable consideration
       for admission to bachelor degree programs. Norwich Campus students often                FIRST YEAR
       report feeling well prepared to continue their education beyond their associate         Fall Semester                                                 Credits
       degree studies. In fact, many students have successfully completed a bachelor           CJUS        101    Introduction to Criminal Justice System          3
       degree and graduate study following their studies at Norwich. Binghamton                ENGL        101    Composition and Research                         3
       University, SUNY Oneonta, and Cortland are the largest “receiving” institutions         SOCI        101    Introduction to Sociology                        3
       for Norwich Campus graduates due to their proximity.                                    Math/Science       (as advised) (MAGN 101 required*)                3
                                                                                               POLI        113    American Judiciary System                        3
       High School Preparation: A minimum high school average of 75 and                        OFFT        106    Personal Computer Keyboarding                    1
       readiness for Composition and Research (ENGL101) as defined by high school                                                                                  16
       English grades of 80 or above OR 75 or above on the English Regents Exam.               Spring Semester
       Students who have not met minimum requirements for success in the required              CJUS         201 Corrections                                        3
       language arts courses will be required to successfully take the recommended             CJUS         202 Policing                                           3
       college pre-requisite courses before being admitted to this degree program.             WELL         101 Stress and Wellness                                3
                                                                                               PSYC         101 Introduction to Psychology                         3
       Graduation Requirements: Students will be required to maintain a 2.0 Grade              Elective         Open                                               3
       Point Average to remain in the program. Students must complete all major                OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software           1
       course work with a 2.0 or above to be eligible for graduation in this major. A                                                                              16
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       minimum of 20 credit hours is required in the humanities, mathematics or                SECOND YEAR
       sciences and social sciences areas. Completion of MAGN 101* is required but             Fall Semester                                                 Credits
       this math does not meet the General Education requirement nor the Math/                 SPAN or AMSL Foreign Language (as advised)                          3
       Science minimum requirement content area as stated above (Math 102 is                   CJUS        220 Criminal Investigation I                            3
       highly recommended).                                                                    CJUS        230 Basics of Penal Law                                 3
       62 credits, in coursework as described below, are required to graduate.                 Math/Science    (as advised) (See graduation requirements*)         3
                                                                                               ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                            3
       Program Learning Outcomes                                                                                                                                   15
       Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
                                                                                               Spring Semester
           •	   Exercise professionalism in executing entry level duties in
                                                                                               SPAN or AMSL Foreign Language (as advised)                          3
                law enforcement and other criminal justice careers.
                                                                                               HIST           U.S. History. World History, or European History     3
           •	   Effectively document investigations, incidents, and other
                                                                                               CJUS      221 Criminal Investigation II                             3
                information consistent with nationally recognized legal criterion.
                                                                                               CJUS      231 Criminal Procedure Law                                3
           •	   Critique the varying goals and priorities of the many
                                                                                               Elective       Open                                                 3
                disciplines in the criminal justice system.
                                                                                                                                                                  15
           •	   Identify, collect, and preserve evidence
                according to standard police practice.
           •	   Evaluate the nature of crime and deviance
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DESIGN AND DRAFTING                                                                  Required Courses
                                                                                     DRFT         151 Engineering Drawing I
                                                                                                                                                        Credits
                                                                                                                                                                  2
TECHNOLOGY A.A.S.—CODE #0593                                                         DRFT         252 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing                      2
                                                                                     CAD          184 Computer-Aided-Drafting for Mechanical Design               2
Design and Drafting Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum in                CAD          186 3D Parametric Solid Modeling                                2
which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                        MFG          206 CNC Machining                                               3
                                                                                     MFG          221 Manufacturing Processes I                                   3
Design and drafting is a technical science that translates ideas into precise        MFG          240 Design/Manfacture Capstone                                  3
graphical and computer-based models. In a broad sense, the work of the               MECH         101 Machine Tools                                               3
designer/drafter is the language of industry. The design and drafting curriculum     MECH         120 Engineering Materials                                       3
emphasizes the practical aspects of machine design, engineering drawing,             MECH         211 Analytical Mechanics                                        3
computer-aided design (CAD), pictorial representations and structures. Areas         MECH         212 Mechanical Design                                           4
of study range from layout and drafting to statics and dynamic analyses of           MECH         213 Strength of Materials                                       4
mechanical systems and structures.                                                   MECH         232 Basic Fluid Power – Mini                                    1
                                                                                     and two of the three following
Graduates often work in the drafting departments of industrial firms, under          MFG 110            Dimensional Meteorology                                    2
the direction of design chiefs or project engineers. They are prepared for work      MFG 207            Quality Control                                            2
in CAD systems, detailing, checking, estimating and designing, and with              MFG 208            Computer Aided Manufacturing – Mastercam                   2
architectural and engineering firms. Graduates advance rapidly with experience                          Technical Electives (as advised)                         2-4
and additional training.
                                                                                     SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION
Transfer four-year programs include industrial technology, manufacturing             ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                    3
technology and engineering technology.                                               ENGL         112 Technical Communications                                    3
                                                                                     MATH             As Advised                                                  3
Career Opportunities: CAD operator/designer, checking, estimating and                PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                      4
designing in mechanical, electrical, metal working, foundry facilities, consulting
firms, and transfer to four-year colleges.                                                                   Sample Study Plan
High School Preparation/Transfer Required: minimum high school average               FIRST YEAR
in the C to C+ range, two units of defined math, one unit of defined science.        Fall Semester                                                      Credits
Desirable: one additional unit each of defined math, physics, mechanical             ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                    3
drawing, and CAD. Students that lack the minimum requirements will be                MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                                   3
evaluated on an individual basis.                                                    PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                      4
                                                                                     CAD          184 Computer-Aided-Drafting for Mechanical Design               2
Graduation Requirements                                                              DRFT         151 Engineering Drawing I                                       2
Total hours required – 67-70 semester hours                                          MECH         120 Engineering Materials                                       3
Local distribution                                                                                                                                                17
            Minimum of 6 semester hours of Humanities                                Spring Semester
            Minimum of 10 semester hours of Math and or Science                      ENGL         112 Technical Communications                                    3
            Minimum of 6 semester hours of Social Science                            MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                                   3
                                                                                     CAD          186 3D Parametric Solid Modeling                                2
SUNY General Education – One course must be taken from two of the                    MECH         101 Machine Tools                                               3
following areas.                                                                     MECH         211 Analytical Mechanics                                        3
            American History                                                                          General education elective (as advised)                     3
            Other World Civilization                                                                                                                              17
            Social Sciences                                                          SECOND YEAR
            Western Civilization                                                     Fall Semester
A student upon completion of the program will have completed six of the ten          MFG          206 CNC Machining                                                3
SUNY general education requirements for completion of a four year bachelors          MECH         213 Strength of Materials                                        4
degree at a SUNY institution.                                                        MFG          221 Manufacturing Processes I                                    3


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                                                                                                      Technical Electives (as advised)                           5-6
Proficiencies required                                                               DRFT         252 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing                       2
           The average of all core courses must be a 2.0 GPA or better.                                                                                         17-18
           Demonstrated proficiency through Math 103 College Algebra with
                                                                                     Spring Semester
           Trigonometry is required
                                                                                     MECH         212 Mechanical Design                                           4
                                                                                     MFG          240 Design/Manfacture Capstone                                  3
                                                                                                          General education elective (as advised)                 3
                                                                                     Technical electives (2 out of 3 below)
                                                                                     MFG 110              Dimensional Meteorology                                  2
                                                                                     MFG 207              Quality Control                                          2
                                                                                     MFG 208              Computer Aided Manufacturing – Mastercam                 2
                                                                                                          Technical Electives (as advised)                       2-4
                                                                                                                                                                16-18

                                                                                     Normal starting point for mathematics is MATH 102.
                                                                                     The average of all grades in program core courses must be 2.0 or better.
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       Recommended Electives                                                               Program learning outcomes
       American History                                                              3          •    Employment as a Mechanical drafts-person/Cad operator
       Introduction to Psychology                                                    3          •    Employment as an Architectural drafts person/ Cad operator
       Western Civilization                                                          3
       Introduction to Macro Economics OR                                                  Required Courses                                                   Credits
       Introduction to Micro Economics                                               3     ARCH         101   Architectural Graphic Communications                      2
       Environmental History                                                         3     ARCH         151   Architecture Pre-History to 1900                          3
       ARCH         101 Architectural Design I                                       2     ARCH         271   Architectural Technology I                                3
       ARCH         141 Architectural Design I                                       4     ARCH         272   Architectural Technology II                               3
       ARCH         271 Architectural Technology I                                   3     CAD          184   Computer-Aided-Drafting for Mechanical Design             2
       ARCH         272 Architectural Technology II                                  3     CAD          183   Architectural Computer-Aided Drafting And Design          2
       CAD          183 Architectural Computer-Aided Drafting                        2     DRFT         151   Engineering Drawing I                                     2
                          and Design                                                       DRFT         252   Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing                    2
       CHEM         121 General College Chemistry                                    4     MECH         211   Analytical Mechanics                                      3
       ELEC         192 Introduction to Electrical Machines                          3     MECH         212   Mechanical Design                                         4
       MATH         147 Selected Topics in Precalculus                               3     MECH         213   Strength of Materials                                     4
       MATH         151 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I                             3     MFG          207   Quality Control                                           2
       MECH         232 Basic Fluid Power - Mini                                     1
       NATR         142 Plane Surveying I                                            3     Additional Required Courses
       PHYS         108 Introductory Physics II                                      4     ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                    3
       ENGT         100 Industrial Internship                                        3     ENGL         112 Technical Communications                                    3
                                                                                           MATH             As Advised                                                  3
       ARCHITECTURAL OPTION                                                                PHYS         107 Introductory Physics                                        4
       The architectural option within the design and drafting technology program
       allows students to widen their background knowledge to include architectural
                                                                                                                   Sample Study Plan
       courses that cover architectural structural detailing, architectural graphics and
       drafting procedures, and an introduction to architectural design processes.         FIRST YEAR
                                                                                           Fall Semester                                                      Credits
       Graduates are prepared for employment under the direction of project                ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                    3
       architects or project engineers in the drafting departments of architectural        MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                                   3
       and engineering firms. They are prepared for work in CAD systems, detailing,        PHYS         107 Introductory Physics                                        4
       checking, estimating and designing.. Graduates advance rapidly with experience      CAD          184 Computer-Aided-Drafting for Mechanical Design               2
       and additional training.                                                            DRFT         151 Engineering Drawing I                                       2
                                                                                           ARCH         101 Architectural Graphic Communications                        2
       Transfer                                                                                                                                                         16
       Appropriate four-year transfer programs include architectural technology,           Spring Semester
       mechanical technology, industrial technology, and engineering technology.           ENGL         112 Technical Communications                                    3
                                                                                           MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                                   3
       Career Opportunities: CAD operator/designer, checking, estimating and               CAD          186 3D Parametric Solid Modeling                                2
       designing in architectural, mechanical facilities, consulting firms, and transfer   MECH         120 Engineering Materials                                       3
       to four-year colleges.                                                              MECH         211 Analytical Mechanics                                        3
                                                                                           ARCH         151 Architecture Pre-History to 1900                            3
       High School Preparation/Transfer Required: minimum high school average                                                                                           17
       in the C to C+ range, two units of defined math, one unit of defined science.       SECOND YEAR
       Desirable: one additional unit each of defined math, physics, mechanical
                                                                                           Fall Semester
       drawing, and CAD. Students that lack the minimum requirements will be
                                                                                           CAD       183 Architectural Computer-Aided Drafting And Design 2
       evaluated on an individual basis
                                                                                           MECH      213 Strength of Materials                              4
                                                                                           ARCH      141 Architectural Design I                             4
       Proficiencies required
                                                                                           ARCH      271 Architectural Technology I                         3
                  The average of all core courses must be a 2.0 GPA or better.
                                                                                           DRFT      252 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing             2
                  Demonstrated proficiency through Math 103 College Algebra with
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                                                                                           SUNY General Education elective                                  3
                  Trigonometry is required
                                                                                                                                                         17-18
       Total hours R=required – 67-69 semester hours
                                                                                           Spring Semester
                                                                                           SUNY General Education elective                                               3
       Local distribution
                                                                                           MECH         212 Mechanical Design                                            4
                   Minimum of 6 semester hours of Humanities (list A)
                                                                                           ARCH         272 Architectural Technology II                                  3
                   Minimum of 10 semester hours of Math and or Science (List B)
                                                                                           MFG          207 Quality Control                                              2
                   Minimum of 6 semester hours of Social Science (List C)
                                                                                           Technical Electives (as advised)                                            5-6
                                                                                                                                                                      17-18
       SUNY General Education – One course must be taken from two of the
       following areas.
                                                                                           *Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 103 College Algebra with
                   American History
                                                                                           Trigonometry is required for this program.
                   Other World Civilization
                                                                                           Normal starting point for mathematics is MATH 102.
                   Social Sciences
                   Western Civilization
                                                                                           The average of all grades in program core courses must be 2.0 or better.
       A student upon completion of the program will have completed seven of
       the ten SUNY general education requirements for completion of a four year
       bachelors degree at a SUNY institution.
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Recommended Electives                                           DIESEL TECHNOLOGY A.O.S.—
American History
Introduction to Psychology                                      CODE #1604
Western civilization
Introduction to Macro Economics or                              Diesel Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of
Introduction to Micro Economics                                 laptop computers is integrated into courses.
Environmental History
ART          101 Basic Art                                  2   This A.O.S. program consists of courses in vehicular and industrial mechanics.
MECH         101 Machine Tools                              3   The curriculum is best suited for those students who wish to find immediate
MFG          206 CNC Machining                              3   employment working on diesel and all aspects of industrial and agricultural
CHEM         121 General College Chemistry                  2   equipment. The student is allowed to take a variety of courses to gain a broad
ELEC         192 Introduction to Electrical Machines        3   background in state-of-the-art technology.
MATH         147 Selected Topics in Precalculus             3
MATH         151 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I           3   Career Opportunities: Truck repair, trailer repair, auto repair, sales and
MATH         141 Statistics                                 3   service of farm and industrial equipment, service manager, diesel fuel system
MECH         232 Basic Fluid Power – Mini                   1   technician.
NATR         142 Plane Surveying I                          3
PHYS         108 Physics II                                 4   High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average of C.
MFG          110 Dimensional Metrology                      2   Desired: one unit each of defined math and science and vocational training
MFG          208 Computer-Aided Manufacturing – Mastercam   2   or agriculture.
ENGT         100 Industrial Internship                      3
                                                                Program Learning Outcomes
                                                                Develop a comprehensive understanding of the mechanical function of the
                                                                compression-ignition engines.
                                                                Develop a comprehensive understanding of electrical systems and electronic
                                                                controls used for diesel-powered equipment.
                                                                Develop a comprehensive understanding of hydraulic systems, components
                                                                and control systems used for transmitting hydraulic power in diesel-powered
                                                                equipment.
                                                                Develop the ability to accurately and efficiently diagnose failures in
                                                                mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems in Diesel-powered equipment.
                                                                Develop the ability to accurately and efficiently repair failures in mechanical,
                                                                electrical and hydraulic systems in diesel-powered equipment.

                                                                Required Courses                                                     Credits
                                                                DTEC         105    Diesel Powertrains I                                      4
                                                                DTEC         110    Diesel Powertrains II                                     4
                                                                DTEC         125    Diesel Electrical Systems                                 4
                                                                DTEC         150    Diesel Systems                                            3
                                                                DTEC         225    Diesel Electronics                                        4
                                                                DTEC         250    Mechanical Injection Systems                              3
                                                                DTEC         350    Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems                              3
                                                                AGEN         161    Basic Hydraulics                                          3
                                                                AUTO         102    Metals                                                    3
                                                                AGEN         261    Advanced Hydraulics                                       4
                                                                AGEN         270    Tractor Overhaul and Repair                               5
                                                                AUTO         260    Automotive Air Conditioning                               1
                                                                OFFT         110    Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                      1
                                                                ENSC         101    Agricultural Science                                      3
                                                                AGEN         100    Tractor Care and Maintenance                              3


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                                                                                    Electives                                                 8
                                                                                    Major Elective (a minimum of 4)                           4
                                                                                                                                              60
                                                                Major Electives
                                                                Students are required to take a minimum of 4 credits from the following list
                                                                of courses:
                                                                DTEC         151 Seminar in Caterpillar Power Systems                      2
                                                                DTEC                Internships
                                                                DTEC         300 Diesel Equipment Technology Internship II                 4
                                                                AGEN         103 Natural Resources Equipment Operation                     2
                                                                AGEN         120 Water Supply and Sanitation                               3
                                                                AGEN         210 Small Power Equipment II                                  3
                                                                AGBS         230 Agricultural Business Management                          2
                                                                AUTO         109 Chassis Analysis I                                        4
                                                                AUTO         202 Auto Body Fundamentals                                    3
                                                                AUTO         203 Internal Combustion Engines II                            3
                                                                AUTO         209 Chassis Analysis II                                       3
                                                                AUTO         259 Automotive Body Repair                                    3
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       Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary Algebra with
       Trigonometry is required for this program. English proficiency through
                                                                                         DIESEL EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY
       SKLS 088 Writing Essentials is required. Elective credits must be used to         A.A.S.—CODE #0672
       fulfill these requirements.
                                                                                         Diesel Equipment Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum in
                              Sample Study Plan                                          which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       FIRST YEAR
       Fall Semester                                                    Credits          The A.A.S. curriculum was patterned after an industrial training curriculum.
       DTEC         150   Diesel Systems                                            3    This curriculum offers courses in agricultural, industrial and vehicular
       AGEN         100   Tractor Care and Maintenance                              3    mechanics. The program provides the courses necessary to move from the
       DTEC         125   Diesel Electrical Systems                                 4    technician level to management within a business. It is designed for students
       OFFT         110   Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                      1    who may be considering additional course work after completing their two-
       ENSC         101   Agricultural Science (or MAGN 101, or SKLS 088)           3    year degree.
                                                                                    14
                                                                                         Career Opportunities: Diesel technician - truck, construction, electric power
       Spring Semester
                                                                                         generation, agricultural, service writer, vocational teacher (with additional
       DTEC         225   Diesel Electronics                                        4
                                                                                         education), parts technician and factory representative.
       DTEC         105   Diesel Powertrains I                                      4
       AUTO         102   Metals                                                    3
                                                                                         High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average of C.
       AGEN         161   Basic Hydraulics                                          3
                                                                                         Desired: two units each of defined math and science and vocational training
                                                                                   14
                                                                                         or agriculture.
       SECOND YEAR
       Fall Semester                                                                     Program Learning Outcomes
       AGEN         261 Advanced Hydraulics                                         4    Develop a comprehensive understanding of the mechanical function of the
       DTEC         250 Mechanical Injection Systems                                3    compression-ignition engines.
                        Elective                                                    3    Develop a comprehensive understanding of electrical systems and electronic
                        Major Elective                                              3    controls used for diesel-powered equipment.
                        Elective or Agricultural Science                            3    Develop a comprehensive understanding of hydraulic systems, components
       AUTO         260 Automotive Air Conditioning                                 1    and control systems used for transmitting hydraulic power in diesel-powered
                                                                                   17    equipment.
       Spring Semester                                                                   Develop the ability to accurately and efficiently diagnose failures in
       AGBS         230 Agricultural Business Management                            2    mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems in Diesel-powered equipment.
                        -or-                                                             Develop the ability to accurately and efficiently repair failures in mechanical,
                        Major Elective                                           3       electrical and hydraulic systems in diesel-powered equipment.
       AGEN         270 Tractor Overhaul and Repair                              5
       DTEC         110 Diesel Powertrains II                                    4       Required Courses                                                     Credits
       DTEC         350 Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems                             3       AGEN         161 Basic Hydraulics                                             3
                                                                              14-15      DTEC         105 Diesel Powertrains I                                         4
                                                                                         DTEC         110 Diesel Powertrains II                                        4
                                                                                         DTEC         125 Diesel Electrical Systems                                    4
                                                                                         DTEC         150 Diesel Systems                                               3
                                                                                         DTEC         225 Diesel Electronics                                           4
                                                                                         DTEC         250 Mechanical Injection Systems                                 3
                                                                                         DTEC         350 Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems                                 3
                                                                                         AGEN         100 Tractor Care and Maintenance                                 3
                                                                                         AUTO         102 Metals                                                       3
                                                                                         AGEN         261 Advanced Hydraulics                                          4
                                                                                         AGEN         270 Equipment Overhaul and Repair                                5
                                                                                         AUTO         260 Automotive Air Conditioning                                  1
                                                                                         ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                     3
                                                                                         ENGL         112 Technical Communications                                     3
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                                                                                         HIST         History Elective
                                                                                         -or-
                                                                                                          Social Science Elective (as advised)                         6
                                                                                         MATH             Mathematics (as advised)                                     3
                                                                                         PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                       4
                                                                                         OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet
                                                                                                          Software                                                     1
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                                                                                         Electives
                                                                                         DTEC         290 Internship I (winter)                                        1
                                                                                         DTEC         300 Internship II (summer)                                       4
                                                                                         DTEC         295 Internship III (winter)                                      1
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                    Sample Study Plan                                DIETETIC TECHNICIAN - FOOD
FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester                                           Credits      SERVICE ADMINISTRATION A.A.S.
DTEC
OFFT
          125
          110
                Diesel Electrical Systems
                Introduction to Spreadsheet Software
                                                                4
                                                                1
                                                                     — CODE #0573
DTEC      150   Diesel Systems                                  3
                                                                     Dietetic Technician - Food Service Administration - is a ThinkPad University
AGEN      100   Tractor Care and Maintenance                    3
                                                                     curriculum in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses
MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                       3
                                                                14
                                                                     The Dietetic Technician program focuses on the role of human nutrition
Spring Semester                                                      in health and disease as well as the application of nutrition principles in
DTEC      225 Diesel Electronics                                4    wellness, fitness, and total health. Nutrition also encompasses the areas
DTEC      105 Diesel Powertrains I                              4    of food systems management and spa cuisine. Students gain practical
AUTO      102 Metals                                            3    experience along with the theoretical content presented in the classroom.
HIST          History Elective
              -or-                                                   Graduates of this program will be able to become a member of the health care,
              Social Science Elective (as advised)              3    wellness, or food management team. Graduates are eligible for employment
AGEN      161 Basic Hydraulics                                  3    in community nutrition settings as well as health and fitness clubs, corporate
                                                                     wellness programs, school lunch programs, hospitals, nursing homes and other
AUTO      260 Auto Air Cond & Refrg Recovery                    1    health care settings. In these roles the Dietetic Technician complements the role
                                                                18   of the Registered Dietitian in the assessment, planning, implementation, and
SECOND YEAR                                                          evaluation of nutritional care. Many graduates of the program continue their
Fall Semester                                           Credits      education as a Registered Dietitian or in an allied field such as adult fitness,
AGEN      261   Advanced Hydraulics                             4    sports nutrition, sports physiology, home economics, or health education.
DTEC      250   Mechanical Injection Systems                    3
ENGL      101   Composition and Research                        3    The Dietetic Technician degree program is accredited by the Commission
PHYS      107   Introduction to Physics I                       4    on Accreditation for Dietetics Education (CADE) by the American Dietetic
                                                                14   Association (ADA), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the
                                                                     Commission on Recognition of Postsecondary Accreditation and the United
Spring Semester                                                      States Department of Education. For more information, please contact:
AGEN      270   Equipment and Overhaul Repair                   5
DTEC      110   Diesel Powertrains II                           4    Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education
DTEC      350   Advanced Diesel Fuel Systems                    3    American Dietetic Association
ENGL      112   Technical Communications                        3    120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000
HIST            History Elective                                     Chicago, Illinois 60606-6995
                -or-                                                 312/899-0040, ext. 5400
                Social Science Elective (as advised)            3    Email: cade@eatright.org
                                                                18   Website: www.eatright.org/cade

                                                                     Upon completion of the Associate Degree Dietetic Technician program,
   ∗ Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 - Intermediate
                                                                     students will meet the requirements to sit for the national credentialing exam
     Algebra with Trigonometry is required for this program.
                                                                     administered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) of the
                                                                     ADA. With successful passage of the exam, graduates will become Dietetic
                                                                     Technicians, Registered (DTR).

                                                                     Suitable academic progress in the Dietetic Technician Program is defined as
                                                                     a grade of 75 percent or better in each nutrition and field experience course.
                                                                     Students must also complete all required practice hours before proceeding to the
                                                                     next sequential course or to graduate. Students will need to purchase complete
                                                                     uniforms and equipment at an approximate cost of $100. A transportation
                                                                     fee is required for travel to and from field experience. A lab fee is required for


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                                                                     NUTR 260.

                                                                     Career Opportunities: Dietetic Technicians in health care agencies such as:
                                                                     hospitals, nursing homes and geriatric centers. Dietetic research assistant for
                                                                     hospital metabolic units or community nutrition programs such as WIC,
                                                                     Cooperative Extension and the Food Bank. Food service management
                                                                     operations such as congregate feeding, school lunch, or college and university
                                                                     dining.

                                                                     High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the C
                                                                     to C+ range, one unit of defined math and biology. Desired: one additional
                                                                     unit of defined math and chemistry.
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                               Sample Study Plan                                  EARLY CHILDHOOD A.A.S.—CODE
       FIRST YEAR
       Fall Semester                                              Credits         #1327
                                                                                  The Early Childhood program is available only at the Norwich Campus. The
       FSAD         101   Quantity Food Preparation and Service              3
                                                                                  program is designed to prepare students for employment as Early Childhood
       FSAD         102   Applied Food Service Sanitation                    1
                                                                                  professionals.
       NUTR         110   Nutrition I                                        3
                                                                                  The U.S. Department of Labor - Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov) projects
       NUTR         115   Health Field                                       2
                                                                                  continued strong employment opportunities for Early Childhood professionals
       PSYC         101   Introduction to Psychology                         3
                                                                                  for the foreseeable future. The curriculum provides those individuals seeking to
                          Science Lab                                        1
                                                                                  pursue a career in this field with the knowledge, skills and experiences required
       MATH               Mathematics (as advised)*                          3
                                                                                  for success. This program is designed to effectively prepare students to enter
                                                                             16
                                                                                  careers that do not require teacher licensure or certification. The New York State
       Spring Semester                                                            Department of Education (www.nysed.gov) and the National Association for the
       NUTR         160 Diet Therapy                                         3
                                                                                  Education of Young Children (www.naeyc.org) encourage rigorous training and
       BSAD         116 Business Organization & Management                   3
                                                                                  education requirements for early childhood professionals. Research suggests a
       NUTR         170 Supervised Field Experience I                        3
                                                                                  significant relationship between providers’ education and training and the quality
                        Science Elective                                     3
                                                                                  of early education and care young children receive. As a result of the federal “No
                        Science Lab                                          1
                                                                                  Child Left Behind” legislation, continuing professional education is becoming
       SOCI         101 Introduction to Sociology                            3
                                                                                  increasingly important for many early childhood professionals already employed
                                                                             16
                                                                                  in the field.
       NUTR         220 Summer Supervised Field Experience                   3
                                                                                  Accreditation: This degree program meets all of the standards set forth by
                                                                                  the National Association of the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
       SECOND YEAR                                                                Accordingly, the College anticipates seeking accreditation in the near future.
       Fall Semester                                              Credits
       NUTR         210 Life Cycle Nutrition                                 3    Career Opportunities: Child Care Center Head Classroom Teacher or Teacher
       NUTR         225 Educational Methods for Food and                          Aide; Licensed Family Child Care Provider; Teacher Assistant in Universal
                        Health Care Fields                                   3    Pre-K; Teacher Assistant in Elementary School (Note: Students in NY State
       ENGL         101 Composition and Research                             3    must take a comprehensive exam to get certification as a Teacher Assistant);
       NUTR         230 Supervised Field Experience II                       3    Special Education Assistant (Pre- K-grade 6); Nursery School Teacher or
       FSAD         255 Food Purchasing and Cost Control                     4    Teaching Assistant; Early Head Start Teacher, Assistant or Parent Educator/
                                                                            16    Family Advocate Worker; Head Start Classroom Teacher, Teacher Assistant,
       Spring Semester                                                            Parent Educator/Family Advocate Worker; Governess or Nanny; Counselor in
       FSAD         260   Meal Management                                 3       a Children’s Residential Facility; Social and Human Services Assistants (e.g.,
       FSAD         257   Senior Seminar                                  1       Case Management Aide, Social Work Assistant, Community Support Worker,
       NUTR         270   Supervised Field Experience III                 3       Community Outreach Worker, etc.).
       ENGL         102   Writing About Literature                        3
                          Social Science elective                         3       Transfer Opportunities: Although this program is not designed as a transfer
                          Elective                                        3       program, conversations with representatives of area institutions suggest that
                                                                      14-16       graduates of the Early Childhood program will receive favorable consideration
                                                                                  for admission to bachelor degree programs. Norwich Campus students often
       * Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 – Intermediate Algebra         report feeling well prepared to continue their education beyond their associate
       with Trigonometry is required for this program.                            degree studies. In fact, many students have successfully completed a bachelor
                                                                                  degree and graduate study following their studies at Norwich. Binghamton
       Choose any 2 of the following science electives:                           University, SUNY Oneonta, and Cortland are the largest “receiving” institutions
       BIOL 150 and BIOL 151                                                      for Norwich Campus graduates due to their proximity.
       CHEM 101/101L and CHEM 121/121L
       CHEM 121/121L and CHEM 122/122L                                            High School Preparation: Required: Minimum high school average in the
       BIOL 150 and CHEM 121/122L                                                 C to C+ range. Desired: Grades of B or higher in social sciences, English,
       BIOL 150 and CHEM 101/101L                                                 mathematics, and experience working with young children.
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                                                                                  Admission Requirements: High School average in the C to C+ range AND
                                                                                  placement into English 101 and Math 102.
                                                                                  Students who have not met these requirements must pass prerequisite courses
                                                                                  before being admitted to the program.

                                                                                  Graduation Requirements: A minimum of 65 credits of required coursework,
                                                                                  a GPA of 2.0 or higher, a C grade or better in Practicum/Field Experience, and
                                                                                  a comprehensive Early Childhood Portfolio.

                                                                                  Program Learning Objectives: The outcomes listed below meet the National
                                                                                  Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Standards for
                                                                                  Associate Degree Programs.

                                                                                  Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
                                                                                      •	Create	environments	that	are	healthy,	respectful,	supportive,	
                                                                                         accepting and challenging to all children. (Standard
                                                                                         1-Promoting Child Development and Learning)
                                                                                      •	Create	respectful,	reciprocal	relationships	with	families	that	
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       support and involve families in their children’s development.                                 Sample Study Plan
       (Standard 2-Building Family and Community Relationships)
   •	Demonstrate	appropriate	strategies	to	support	and	address	family	
                                                                                 FIRST YEAR
       needs with diverse cultural, linguistic and non-traditional situations.   Fall Semester                                                 Credits
   •	Use	effective	assessment	tools	such	as	observations	and	                    ECHD      101   Introduction to Early Childhood                     3
       documentations to positively influence children’s                         GNED      104   Library Research Methods                            1
       development. (Standard 3-Observing, Documenting and                       ENGL      101   Composition & Research                              3
       Assessing to Support Young Children and Families)                         PSY       101   Introduction to Psychology                          3
   •	Design,	implement,	and	evaluate	developmentally	appropriate	                CITA      100   Intro. to Computing Concepts/Appl.                  2
       experiences that promote positive learning, growth and development        MATH      102   Algebra and Trigonometry II                         3
       for diverse learners. (Standard 4-Teaching and Learning)                                                                                      15
   •	Conduct	themselves	in	a	completely	professional	manner	                     Spring Semester
       at all times.(Standard 5-Becoming a Professional)                         BIOL 105/105L   Human Biology w/ Lab                                4
   •	Develop	lesson	plans	that	address	multiple	                                 ENGL      102   Writing About Literature                            3
       learning styles and intelligences.                                        ECHD      102   Social Development/Pos. Guidance                    3
   •	Use	effective	verbal	and	written	communication	that	                        ECHD      103   Tech. Observ. & Assess. (Fld. Place I)              3
       demonstrates cultural awareness and the ability to respond                PSYC      241   Child Development                                   3
       professionally to people of diverse backgrounds                                                                                               16
   •	Integrate	core	content	curriculum	into	developmentally	appropriate	         SECOND YEAR
       activities and learning experiences for young children.                   Fall Semester                                                 Credits
   •	Demonstrate	knowledge	of	theories	of	child	growth	and	                      HIST            (as advised)                                        3
       development (birth to age 8) and the relationships                        ECHD      201   Family and Child Health, Safety & Nutrition         3
       to working in an early childhood program.                                 ECHD      202   Lang., Literacy, Lit./Early Childhood               3
   •	Reflect	on	and	evaluate	one’s	professional	role	as	a	team	member,	          ECHD      203   Infants and Toddlers                                3
       life long learner and advocate for children and families.                 SOCI      220   Marriage and the Family                             3
   •	Use	state	of	the	art	computer	and	other	technologies	                       SPAN      101   Beg. College Spanish I                              3
       efficiently and effectively in service of children, families,             -or-
       the employer, and one’s own professional development.                     AMSL            Am. Sign Language                                   3
                                                                                                                                                     18
Required Core Courses                                                            Spring Semester
ECHD       101   Introduction to Early Childhood                           3                     Directed Elective (see above)                       3
ECHD       102   Social Development and Positive Guidance                  3     ECHD      204   Children with Special Needs                         3
ECHD       103   Techniques of Observation and Assessment - Field 1        3     ECHD      205   Creative Activities in the Arts                     3
ECHD       201   Family and Child Health and Safety                        3     ECHD      206   Curric. Methods, Materials and Mgt.                 3
ECHD       202   Language Literacy & Literature in Early Childhood         3     ECHD      212   Practicum- Field Experience II                      4
ECHD       203   Infants and Toddlers                                      3                                                                        16
ECHD       204   Children with Special Needs                               3                                                                         65
ECHD       205   Creative Activities in the Arts                           3
ECHD       206   Curriculum Methods, Materials, and Management             3
ECHD       212   Practicum in Early Childhood - Field Experience II        4

Other Required Courses
PSYC       241   Child Development                                         3
SOCI       220   Marriage and the Family                                   3
CITA       100   Introduction to Computing                                 2
GNED       104   Library Research Methods                                  1

Directed Electives (Select 1 of the following):
PSYC       284   Psychology of Gender                                      3
PSYC       270   Drugs, Society and Behavior                               3
HIST       220   African American History                                  3


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SOCI       201   Social Problems in 21st Century                           3
PSYC       255   Psychology of Personal Adjustment                         3
PSYC       251   Abnormal Psychology                                       3
PSYC       386   Social Psychology                                         3

Required SUNY General Education Courses
ENGL       101 Composition & Research                                      3
ENGL       102 Writing About Literature                                    3
MATH       102 Algebra and Trigonometry II                                 3
PYSC       101 Introduction to Psychology                                  3
HIST           (as advised)                                                3
SPAN       101 Beg. College Spanish I                                      3
–or-
AMSL       101 Am. Sign Language I                                         3
BIOL       105 Human Biology with Lab                                      4
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       ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                              and must take the capstone course ELEC 230, Industrial Electronics I, here
                                                                                           at Morrisville in order to graduate. Other graduation requirements include: a
       TECHNOLOGY A.A.S.—CODE #                                                            minimum of 6 credit hours of Math with demonstrated proficiency through
                                                                                           MATH 151 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, an appropriate Composition
       0699                                                                                and Research course and a Technical Communications course, and a total of
                                                                                           6 credits in any courses in Art, Civilization, Humanities, History, Language,
       Electrical Engineering Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum in            and Social Sciences.
       which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
                                                                                           Program Learning Outcomes: An graduate of Morrisville’s AAS in EET must
       The Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) program at Morrisville State            be able demonstrate acquired knowledge in:
       College is a TAC of ABET accredited program which prepares students with                  a) Definitions, laws, and terminology related to electrical circuits as well
       a solid analytical and “hands-on” background in electricity and electronics.        as analog and digital electronics,
       In the first year of the program, students master techniques for analyzing                b) Principles of operation & applications of semiconductor devices and
       circuits using analytic techniques and computer simulations, gain experience        integrated circuits, and,
       in laboratory circuit implementation and report writing, and are introduced to            c) Principles of operation & applications of digital devices and digital
       electronic project fabrication techniques. In the second year, the study of the     systems including familiarity with CPLDs and microprocessors.
       basic core material is continued, but is supplemented with applications which
       are current in the field. This approach will allow students to be self-learners     Required Core Courses:
       and will provide them with invaluable skills that will make them instantly          ELEC         100    Electrical Theory I                                        4
       marketable to prospective employers.                                                ELEC         101    Electrical Theory II                                       4
                                                                                           ELEC         110    Digital Fundamentals I                                     3
       The applied material focuses on the computer and utilizes machine and               ELEC         111    Digital Fundamentals II                                    3
       process control, data collection and reduction, and computer-controlled             ELEC         122    Electronics I                                              4
       instrumentation. All electronics courses have a required laboratory associated      ELEC         120    Electronic Techniques                                      1
       with them.                                                                          ELEC         150    Computer Solutions to Eng. Tech. Problems                  2
                                                                                           ELEC         201    Electronics II                                             4
       All labs are equipped with modern, industrial quality test and measurement          ELEC         202    Electronics III                                            4
       equipment. The student will be required to have an approved Windows                 ELEC         220    Computer Systems I                                         5
       laptop. The laptop will then be equipped with appropriate software and              ELEC         230    Industrial Electronics I                                   5
       interfaces, as well as circuit simulators and scientific software. All EET.
       students become proficient in the use of computers for instrumentation, high-       Additional Required Courses:
       level programming, and circuit simulation. Labs are also networked with the         ENGL         101    Composition and Research                                   3
       campus network and have Internet access.                                            ENGL         112    Technical Communications                                   3
                                                                                           PHYS         127    General Physics I                                          4
       Entering students are required to have a minimal set of small hand tools and        PHYS         128    General Physics II                                         4
       a digital multimeter. They are also required to purchase a digital logic chip set                       Social Science Electives                                   6
       and a project kit. All of the above items are available at the campus store. A      MATH                 concluding with Calculus                                  3
       list of required hand tools and other equipment is available from the school
       office or bookstore.
                                                                                                                   Sample Study Plan
       The vast majority of the graduates of the EET program choose to continue            FIRST YEAR
       their education at an upper division college of technology and earn a BSET          Fall Semester                                                        Credits
       degree. It is possible to transfer into BSEE programs if the student is able to     ENGL         101    Composition and Research                                   3
       take advanced Math and Physics while at Morrisville State College and special       ELEC         100    Electrical Theory I                                        4
       transfer arrangements are made.                                                     ELEC         110    Digital Fundamentals I                                     3
                                                                                           ELEC         120    Electronic Techniques                                      1
       Accreditation: This program is accredited by TAC of ABET, (formerly known           MATH                Mathematics (as advised)1                                  3
       as The Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board of                                Social Science elective2                                   3
       Engineering and Technology,) 111 Market Place Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD                                                                                            17
       21202-4012, telephone: 410-347-7700.                                                Spring Semester
                                                                                           ELEC         150    Computer Solutions to Eng. Tech. Problems                  2
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       Admission Requirements: A minimum high school average in the C to C+                ELEC         101    Electrical Theory II                                       4
       range, three units of defined math (e.g., New York State Math A & B,) and           ELEC         122    Electronics I                                              4
       two units of defined science. One additional unit of defined math and physics       ELEC         111    Digital Fundamentals II                                    3
       is desirable. All students, whether recent high school graduates, or adult non-     MATH                Mathematics (as advised)1                                  3
       traditional students, should be able to demonstrate proficiency in basic algebra                                                                                   16
       and trigonometry before beginning their EET courses.

       Career Opportunities: Most graduates of the EET program transfer to BSET            SECOND YEAR
       programs at senior colleges of technology. Many career opportunities exist          Fall Semester                                                        Credits
       for electronic and computer hardware technicians in the laboratory, design,         PHYS         127 General Physics I                                             4
       industrial and product service areas.                                                                Social Science Elective2                                      3
       Transfer Opportunities: Most regional senior-college BSET programs will             ELEC         201 Electronics II                                                4
       accept all Morrisville EET program course grades of “C” or better, allowing the     ELEC         220 Computer Systems I                                            5
       student to begin as a junior at the senior institution.                             MATH             Mathematics (as advised)1                                     3
                                                                                                                                                                          19
       Graduation Requirements: A minimum total of 64 credits is required to
       obtain the AAS in Electrical Engineering Technology. Students must have a
       C or better average in all courses, a C or better average in all EET courses,
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Spring Semester
ENGL         112   Technical Communications
                                                                  Credits
                                                                            3
                                                                                  ENGINEERING SCIENCE A.S.—
PHYS         128   General Physics II                                       4     CODE #0530
ELEC         202   Electronics III                                          4
ELEC         230   Industrial Electronics I                                 5     Engineering Science is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use
                                                                            16    of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
Suggested Electives
MATH         152   Analytic Geometry and Calculus II                        3     Engineering Science is a transfer program designed for students with high school
MATH         261   Engineering Calculus III                                 4     preparation in mathematics and science who plan to continue their education at
MATH         262   Differential Equations                                   4     colleges of engineering. This program provides the core of knowledge common
ELEC         121   Advanced Printed Circuit Design                          2     to all engineering disciplines such as chemical, civil, electrical/computer, and
ELEC         102   Graphical Programming Languages                          1     mechanical engineering. Students wishing to specialize in a pure science
ENGT         100   Industrial Internship                                    3     are also provided with a strong background to enable them to continue in
                                                                                  their chosen field. Students benefit from relatively low costs, small classes and
Note 1: Math Requirements: A student must place into MATH 102 -                   individual faculty attention.
Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry, before being allowed to start the
ELEC courses. A demonstrated proficiency through MATH 151 - Analytic              This rigorous program has resulted in successful transfer opportunities for
Geometry and Calculus I, is required to graduate. Students planning to transfer   graduates with two additional years typically required for completion of the
to bachelor degree programs should consider taking additional math beyond         B.S. degree in all engineering fields. Graduates receive high priority when
MATH 151.                                                                         transferring to New York state engineering schools. Many four-year colleges
                                                                                  and universities offer scholarships and other incentives to graduates of the
Note 2: SUNY General Education Requirements: The required courses in              Engineering Science program.
the Electrical Engineering Technology curriculum cover the SUNY General
Education requirements for Basic Communication, mathematics, and natural          Should a student decide to terminate his/her education with the associate
science. The two open social science electives in the curriculum should be        in science degree, there are employment opportunities in such positions as
chosen to satisfy at least one of the remaining Gen Ed areas: American History–   engineering assistant and laboratory technician.
Foreign Language–Humanities Other World Civilizations, Social Science, The
Arts, and, Western Civilizations.                                                 Conditional acceptance may be given to students who are interested in
                                                                                  engineering science, but whose high school preparation does not meet the
                                                                                  usual requirements for admission to the program.

                                                                                  Candidates for the A.S. in Engineering Science must be full time, in residence
                                                                                  and matriculated in Engineering Science for the entire second year.

                                                                                  Career Opportunities: Transfer to aero-, bio-, chemical, civil, electrical/
                                                                                  computer, forest, mechanical, and allied engineering programs.

                                                                                  High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average of B,
                                                                                  four units of defined math to include pre-calculus and three units of defined
                                                                                  science including chemistry. Desired: one additional unit each of defined
                                                                                  math, physics and biology.

                                                                                                          Sample Study Plan
                                                                                  FIRST YEAR
                                                                                  Fall Semester                                                       Credits
                                                                                  MATH         161    Engineering Calculus I                                    4
                                                                                  CHEM         141    Chemical Principles I                                     3
                                                                                  CHEM        141L    Lab for CHEM 141                                          1
                                                                                  ENGR         100    Computer tools for Engineers                              2
                                                                                  ENGL         101    Composition and Research                                  3


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                                                                                  PHYS         157    University Physics I (Mechanics)                          4
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                                                                                  Spring Semester
                                                                                  MATH         162 Engineering Calculus II                                      4
                                                                                  CHEM         142 Chemical Principles II                                       3
                                                                                  CHEM        142L Lab for CHEM 142                                             1
                                                                                  ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                     3
                                                                                  PHYS         158 University Physics II
                                                                                                   (Sound and Thermodynamics)                                   4
                                                                                  ENGR         135 Computing and Numerical Techniques
                                                                                                   for Science                                                  3
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       SECOND YEAR                                                                    ENVIRONMENTAL & NATURAL
       Fall Semester                                                   Credits
       MATH        261 Engineering Calculus III                                 4     RESOURCE CONSERVATION A.S.—
       ENGR
       PHYS
                   201 Analytic Mechanics I
                   267 University Physics III
                                                                                3
                                                                                      CODE #1843
                       (Electricity and Magnetism)                              4
                       Social Science (as advised)                              6     The Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation A.S. program was
                       Field Specialty                                          3     crafted so students can seamlessly transfer to the New York State College of
                                                                                20    Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) at Syracuse University, Plattsburgh
       Spring Semester                                                                State University, Brockport State University, and other baccalaureate degree-
       MATH        262 Differential Equations                                   4     granting institutions thereby ensuring junior status in baccalaureate degree
       PHYS        268 University Physics IV                                          curriculums. This is ensured with the articulation agreements that were
                       (Optics and Modern Physics)                             4      established with these institutions. Students who successfully complete the
                       Social Science (as advised)                             3      Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation A.S. program also have the
                       Field Specialty                                       3-6      option of automatic acceptance into the Bachelor of Technology in Renewable
                                                                            14-17     Resources curriculum at Morrisville State College.

       Field Specialties*                                              Credits        Students completing the Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation
       ENGR        202   Analytic Mechanics II                                  3     curriculum will:
       ENGR        210   Introduction to Electrical Systems                     3          • be well prepared to transfer into baccalaureate
       ENGR        212   Mechanics of Materials                                 3              degree granting institutions at the junior level in
       BIOL        102   Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants               3              an environmentally related field of study;
       BIOL        120   General Biology I                                      4          • have a good foundation in the sciences including
       CHEM        241   Organic Chemistry                                      4              chemistry and/or physics and the biological sciences;
       CHEM        242   Organic Chemistry                                      4          • have completed 8 general education pillars (this will
       CHEM        321   Quantitative Analysis                                  4              position them properly for completing all 10 pillars
       ENGT        100   Industrial Internship                                  3              when they are awarded a baccalaureate degree);
                                                                                           • have a good foundation in basic environmentally-related course work;
       *Field specialties are a required sequence of courses which coincide with           • develop a critical and unbiased approach to
       the student’s baccalaureate goal, have the student’s advisor’s approval, and            solving environmental problems; and
       conform to curriculum guidelines of the New York State Engineering Colleges         • develop organizational skills, collaborative work experience,
       Association. The minimum required sequence of courses ranges between 6                  and sensitivity to an organizational culture.
       and 12 semester credit hours plus 3 additional hours in the social sciences.
                                                                                      Admission Requirements: Required: minimum high school average in the
                                                                                      C to C+ range, three units each of Regents level math and three units of
                                                                                      science.

                                                                                      Transfer Opportunities: The Environmental and Natural Resources
                                                                                      Conservation major is intended as a foundation program for students wishing
                                                                                      to matriculate to other universities to continue their education in specific
                                                                                      baccalaureate programs. Transfer articulation agreements exist with a number
                                                                                      of SUNY and state institutions to facilitate student planning and transfer.

                                                                                      Graduation Requirements: The Environmental and Natural Resources
                                                                                      Conservation A.S. program will require a minimum of 64 credit hours of
                                                                                      instruction. The specific required courses in the program will satisfy the general
                                                                                      education requirements in 8 areas or pillars. A physical science requirement
                                                                                      is satisfied with 8 credits of chemistry and/or physics. Students lacking high
                                                                                      school chemistry will also be required to take CHEM 101-Basic Chemistry
                                                                                      for preparation. A mathematics proficiency through Math 103 (Algebra &
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                                                                                      Trigonometry III) is required. Students must also complete at least 9 credits of
                                                                                      NATR/ENSC/AGRO electives.

                                                                                      Admission to advanced study programs at certain universities may require the
                                                                                      completion of courses at a higher level than those required for graduation in
                                                                                      this program.

                                                                                      Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and
                                                                                      according to the particular concentration of this major, a successful graduate
                                                                                      will be able to:
                                                                                            •      Describe the state of the natural resources profession and potential
                                                                                                   transfer and career opportunities.
                                                                                            •      Conduct himself/herself in a manner consistent with an embodied
                                                                                                   sense of conservation stewardship.
                                                                                            •      Deal professionally and ethically with clients, the public, and
                                                                                                   agency personnel.
                                                                                            •      Utilize oral and computer communication skills necessary to
                                                                                                   interact in the profession.
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     •     Demonstrate advanced knowledge and competency in taxonomy               SECOND YEAR
           and natural history.                                                    Fall Semester                                                    Credits
     •     Demonstrate hands-on experience in natural resource sampling,           CHEM         121 General College Chemistry I                              4
           inventory and measurement techniques.                                   -or-
     •     Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills in natural           PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                   4
           resource conservation.                                                                   General Education**                                      6
     •     Utilize existing technology, products, and services to maximize                          NATR/ENSC/AGRO Elective                                  3
           work efficiency and success.                                                             Open Elective                                            3
     •     Practice a collaborative spirit in team-efforts and project                                                                                       16
           coordination.
                                                                                   Spring Semester
Required Environmental Science Courses                                             CHEM         122 General College Chemistry II                             4
ENSC    102 Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants                         3     -or-
ENVT    100 Introduction to Environmental Technology                         3     PHYS         108 Introductory Physics II                                  4
NATR    100 Introduction to Forestry & Natural Resources                     3     -or-
NATR    144 Seminar in Environmental Resources                               1     PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                   4
NATR/ENSC/AGRO Electives (as advised)                                        9     CITA         100 Intro. to Computer Concepts & Applications               2
                                                                                                    General Education**                                      3
Required Computer Courses                                                                           NATR/ENSC/AGRO Elective                                  3
CITA         100 Intro. to Computer Concepts & Applications                  2                      Open Electives                                           4
                                                                                                                                                             16

General Education Requirements                                                     Total for Program                                                         64
CITA         100 Intro. to Computer Concepts & Applications                  2
BIOL         260 Principles of Zoology                                       4
                 Chemistry/Physics Elective                                  8
CHEM         121 General College Chemistry I                                       NATR/ENSC/AGRO Electives
-or-                                                                               (a minimum of 9 credits)
CHEM         122 General College Chemistry II                                      Fall Semester                                                    Credits
-or-                                                                               AGRO         110    Soil Science                                          3
PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                            ENSC         107    Integrated Pest Management                            1
-or-                                                                               NATR         142    Plane Surveying                                       3
PHYS         108   Introductory Physics II                                         NATR         150    Aquaculture                                           3
ENGL         101   Composition and Research                                 3      NATR         210    Dendrology                                            3
ENGL         102   Language & Composition                                   3      NATR         250    Aquatic Ecology                                       3
ENGL         121   Introduction to Speech                                   3
                   General Education**                                     12      Spring Semester                                                  Credits
MATH               *Mathematics (as advised)                                3      HORT         241    Plant PROTECTION                                      3
                                                                                   ENSC         106    Pesticide Use & Handling                              2
Other Requirements                                                                 NATR         101    General Ecology                                       3
Open Elective (as advised)                                                   4     NATR         110    Natural Resources Measurements                        3
                                                                                   NATR         112    Forest Protection                                     3
*Math Proficiency: demonstrated Proficiency through MATH 103 – College             NATR         115    Forest Ecology                                        3
Algebra with Trigonometry                                                          NATR         130    North American Waterfowl                              1
                                                                                   NATR         140    Geology                                               3
**A student must take 12 credits in 4 categories from the following list: Social   NATR         215    Practices of Silviculture                             3
Sciences, American History, Western Civilizations, the Arts and other world        NATR         213    Computer Assisted & Photogrammetric Mapping           1
civilizations                                                                      NATR         232    Wildlife Management                                   3
                                                                                   NATR         252    Fish Ecology and Management                           3
                                                                                   AGRO         110    Soil Science                                          3
                        Sample Study Plan                                          NATR         160     Principles of Arboriculture                          2


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FIRST YEAR                                                                         NATR         161    Practices of Arboriculture                            1
Fall Semester                                                      Credits
ENGL         101   Composition and Research                                  3     Pre-Environmental Science And Forestry
ENSC         102   Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants                  3     Students planning to transfer to State University College of Environmental
NATR         100   Introduction to Forestry & Natural Resources              3     Science and Forestry should develop an individualized course of study with
NATR         144   Seminar in Environmental Resources                        1     their Environmental and Natural Resources Conservation transfer advisor.
ENVT         100   Introduction to Environmental Technology                  3     Transfer articulation guidelines for twenty –two majors at ESF exist. For
MATH               *Mathematics (as advised)                                 3     specific transfer requirements visit: http://www.esf.edu/admissions/transfer/
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Spring Semester
ENGL         102 Language & Composition                                      3
ENGL         121 Introduction to Speech                                      3
                 General Education**                                         3
BIOL         260 Principles of Zoology                                       4
                 NATR/ENSC/AGRO Elective                                     3
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       EQUINE SCIENCE AND                                                                       •
                                                                                                      that is commensurate with varied uses and workloads.
                                                                                                      understand the principles and techniques of modern equine repro-
       MANAGEMENT A.A.S.—CODE                                                                         duction and how utilization of sound breeding management prac-
                                                                                                      tices can improve breeding efficiency
       #0687                                                                                    •     utilize a systematic method of evaluating conformation and observ-
                                                                                                      ing performance to accurately gauge individual improvement and to
       Equine Science and Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum in                           make qualified comparisons between horses
       which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                            •     implement health management tools available to prevent parasite
                                                                                                      infestation and disease
       The strengths of the Equine Science and Management program are mainly                    •     recognize signs of lameness and have a fundamental understanding
       twofold: first in the range of courses, which offer practical experience in                    of a variety of conventional treatment therapies
       handling horses. The program provides the student with the opportunity to                •      develop a positive, confident outlook and a responsible work ethic
       concentrate on breeding, training, nutrition, and management specifically with                 that is likely to attract success as a horse professional
       horses, rather than with a generalized group of livestock. The second strength           •     understand the importance of exercising sound ethical principles
       of the program is the quality of the facilities available to the student. The                  and judgment when dealing with employers, employees and clients
       college has two new 100-foot by 200-foot indoor arenas, an 80-foot by 264-
       foot indoor riding arena, two 100-foot by 200-foot outdoor arenas, a half-mile      Math Proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 - Elementary
       racing track, three horse barns, a 34,000 square foot breeding and training         Algebra is required for this program.
       facility, two hot walkers, trails, paddocks, and all of the associated equipment
       and supplies necessary for a suitable educational experience. Additionally,         Students considering advancing to the Equine Science and Management
       there are more than 250 horses on site.                                             Bachelors of Technology degree should consider these GENERAL EDUCATION
                                                                                           REQUIREMENTS
       Morrisville State College employs 14 full-time faculty and staff, with a wide       Bachelor of Technology students must take one course from each of the following
       range of professional experience, in the Equine Science program area. The           groups:
       curriculum provides for the development of skills including care and training
       of horses, riding, driving, breeding and business and stable management.            ENGL 101 or ENGL 112 or ENGL 121
       Students who major in Equine Science have varied objectives. Many intend            ENGL 102 or MUSI 102 or PHIL 201 or PHIL 211 or PHIL 311
       to pursue a career in some aspect of the horse industry, while others may take      **HIST 161 or HIST 162
       technical courses from other areas of study to expand their employment base.        **HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225
                                                                                           **PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101
       The career option prepares students to directly enter the industry upon
       graduation or to continue their equine education in one of the options in           Career Option Requirements                                       Credits
       the Bachelor of Technology in Equine Science. The general option enables            AGBS         100 Agricultural Economics (equine)                          3
       students to experience the horse industry while preparing for an allied field of    AGRO         110 Soil Science                                             3
       employment. Both options are very flexible and can be developed based on            -or-
       individual interests and goals.                                                     ENSC         101 Agricultural Science                                     3
                                                                                           ENGL             English (as advised)                                     6
       Career Opportunities: Horse breeding, breaking and training, riding
       instruction, horse sales, stable management.                                        2 credits toward computer science requirement:
                                                                                           CITA         100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and
       High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the C             -or-               Applications                                           2
       to C+ range. Desired: two units each of defined math and science.                   OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                     1
                                                                                                              And a choice of 1 of the following:
       Graduation Requirements: Students in the Equine Science and Management              OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software                 1
       curriculum must complete a minimum of 64 credit hours of course work and            -or-
       all of the requirements listed in one of the following options.                     OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software                    1
                                                                                           ERID 102/104 Equitation I Intermediate or Advanced                        3
       Students in the general option who are planning to transfer must select a mix of    ERID 103/105 Equitation II Western Horsemanship Int/Adv                   1
       appropriate equine electives and other electives to prepare them for transfer.      ERID 111/112 Hunt Seat Equitation II Int/Adv                              1
                                                                                           ERID         200 Western Riding                                           1
       Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and according            ERID         250 Breaking and Training                                    3
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       to the particular concentration of this major, a successful graduate will be able   -or-
       to;                                                                                 ERID         240 Introduction to Training of Hunters and                  4
             •     prioritize human and horse safety in all aspects of horse care and                         Jumpers
                   horsemanship                                                            ERID         200 English Dressage                                         2
             •     develop and/or recognize proper body position and effective use of      -or-
                   seat, leg, hand and/or voice aids for riding or driving                 ERID         220 Western Dressage                                         2
             •     employ sound judgment, problem-solving and critical thinking            ESCI         110 Equine Anatomy and Physiology                            3
                   skills when riding or driving                                           ESCI         130 Equine and Stable Management                             3
             •     conduct the necessary research, analysis, evaluation, and critical      ESCI         140 Equine Judging                                           2
                   thinking skills required of equine management and/or training           ESCI         150 Farm Practicum I (equine)                                2
             •     apply the principles of equine training to effectively communicate      ESCI         151 Farm Practicum II (equine)                               2
                   with young untrained horses                                             ESCI         210 Equine Nutrition                                         3
             •     demonstrate an understanding of equine behavior and how it re-          ESCI         215 Equine Farm Management                                   3
                   lates to developing trained responses                                   ESCI         235 Fitting and Marketing of the Equine                      1
             •     demonstrate ability to develop a well organized approach to address     ESCI         305 Equine Reproduction and Breeding Management              3
                   common problems related to equine training and management               ESCI         312 Equine Health and Lameness                               3
             •     understand the importance of providing a balanced ration and be
                   able to apply principles of nutrition to meet the needs of horses
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One course from each of two of the following groups        6               AGRO        210 Field Crops                                       3
**HIST 161 or HIST 162                                                     AGRO        310 Pasture Management and Forages Production         3
**HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225                             BIOL            Biology with lab (as advised)                     4
**PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101                 BSAD        225 International Business                            3
                                                                           BSAD        226 International Marketing                           3
Electives (MUST include one of the following)                              BSAD        116 Marketing                                         3
ERID         255 Intermediate Breaking and Training                    4   CHEM            Chemistry with lab (as advised)                   4
-or-                                                                       MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                          3
ESCI         170 Draft and Driving Horse Management                    2                   Special Projects                                  3
-or-
ESCI         225 Equine Artificial Insemination                        1
                                                                                CAREER OPTION Sample Study Plan
-or-
ERID         260 Int. Training of Hunters and Jumpers                  4   FIRST YEAR
                                                                           Fall Semester                                               Credits
Suggested Electives                                                        ESCI     130 Equine and Stable Management                         3
ESCI         313   Laboratory in Equine Health and Lameness            1   ERID 102/104 Equitation I Intermediate or Advanced                3
AGBS         200   Marketing Agricultural Products                     3   ESCI     150 Farm Practicum I (equine)                            2
AGBS         220   Agricultural Finance                                3   AGBS     100 Agricultural Economics (equine)                      3
AGRO         110   Soil Science                                        3   AGRO     110 Soil Science                                         3
AGRO         210   Field Crops                                         3   -or-
AGRO         310   Pasture and Management Forages Production           3   ENSC     101 Agricultural Science                                 3
BIOL               Biology with lab (as advised)                       4   ENGL         English (as advised)                                 3
MATH               Mathematics (as advised)                            3                                                                    17
CHEM               Chemistry with lab (as advised)                     4   Spring Semester
AGEN         110   Small Power Equipment                               2   ESCI     110 Equine Anatomy and Physiology                        3
AGEN         101   Equipment Care and Maintenance                      2   ERID 103/105 Equitation II Western Horsemanship Int or Adv        1
AGEN         102   Equipment Operation                                 2   ERID 111/112 Hunt Seat Equitation Int or Adv                      1
AGEN         140   Welding                                             2   ESCI     140 Equine Judging                                       2
AGEN         145   Agricultural Building Systems                       3   ESCI     151 Farm Practicum II (equine)                           2
                   Special Projects                                    3                General Electives                                    3
                                                                           ENGL         English (as advised)
General Option Requirements                                      Credits                                                                    15
AGBS         100 Agricultural Economics (equine)                       3   SECOND YEAR
AGRO         110 Soil Science                                          3   Fall Semester                                               Credits
-or-                                                                       ERID        200 Western Riding                                    1
ENSC         101 Agricultural Science                                  3   ERID        250 Breaking and Training                             3
                                                                           -or-
2 credits toward computer science requirement:                             ERID        240   Intro to Training Hunters and Jumpers           4
CITA         100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and                     ESCI        210   Equine Nutrition                                3
-or-               Applications                                        2   ESCI        235   Fitting and Marketing of the Equine             1
OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                  1   ESCI        215   Equine Farm Management                          3
                   And a choice of 1 of the following:
OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software              1   2 credits toward computer science requirement:
-or-                                                                       CITA         100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and
OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software                 1                      Applications                                   2
ENGL               English (as advised)                                6   -or-
ESCI         110 Equine Anatomy and Physiology                         3   OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software             1
ESCI         130 Equine and Stable Management                          3                      And a choice of 1 of the following:
ESCI         140 Equine Judging                                        2   OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software         1
ESCI         150 Farm Practicum I (equine)                             2   -or-
ESCI         151 Farm Practicum II (equine)                            2   OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software            1

                                                                                                                                                 VIII
ESCI         210 Equine Nutrition                                      3
ESCI         215 Equine Farm Management                                3    One course from one of the following groups                3
ESCI         235 Fitting and Marketing of the Equine                   1   **HIST 161 or HIST 162
ESCI         305 Equine Reproduction and Breeding Management           3   **HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225
ESCI         312 Equine Health and Lameness                            3   **PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101
                   Social Science (as advised)                         6                                                              16
                   Electives - Equine Science or others (as advised)       Spring Semester
                                                                           ERID        210 English Dressage                                  2
Suggested Electives                                              Credits   -or-
ESCI         313   Laboratory in Equine Health and Lameness            1   ERID        220 Western Dressage                                  2
AGBS         200   Marketing Agricultural Products                     3   ESCI        312 Equine Health and Lameness                        3
AGBS         220   Agricultural Finance                                3   ESCI        305 Equine Reproduction and Breeding Management       3
AGEN         110   Small Power Equipment                               2
AGEN         101   Tractor Care and Maintenance                        2   One course from another of the following groups            3
AGEN         102   Equipment Operation                                 2   **HIST 161 or HIST 162
AGEN         140   Welding                                             2   **HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225
AGEN         145   Agricultural Building Systems                       3   **PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101
AGRO         110   Soil Science                                        3
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       ERID
                       Electives (must include one of the following)
                   255 Intermediate Breaking and Training
                                                                           4-5
                                                                             4
                                                                                 EQUINE RACING MANAGEMENT
       -or-
       ESCI        170 Draft and Driving Horse Management                    2
                                                                                 A.A.S.—CODE #0698
                                                                                 Equine Racing Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which
       -or-                                                                      the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       ESCI        225 Equine Artificial Insemination                        1
       -or-                                                                      This program prepares students for work as assistant trainers or grooms at race
       ERID        260 Intermediate Training of Hunters and Jumpers          4   tracks with an emphasis on harness and thoroughbred racing. It also prepares
                                                                         16-17   students for the examination for licensure.
       GENERAL OPTION Sample Study Plan
       FIRST YEAR                                                                Students enrolled in the thoroughbred racing option will have their riding
                                                                                 abilities and weight evaluated if exercise rider or jockey are of primary interest.
       Fall Semester                                                   Credits
       ESCI        130   Equine and Stable Management                        3
                                                                                 Facilities for practical experience include an all-weather half-mile training track,
       ESCI        150   Farm Practicum I (equine)                           2
                                                                                 stabling, turnout paddocks, two round pens, an 80-foot by 264-foot indoor
       AGBS        100   Agricultural Economics (equine)                     3
                                                                                 arena, and a new 100-foot by 200-foot indoor arena. The college has more than
       AGRO        110   Soil Science                                        3
                                                                                 250 horses on site. During the first two years, five credit hours each semester are
       -or-
                                                                                 concentrated in practical work at the college track. Students continue work on
       ENSC        101 Agricultural Science                                  3
                                                                                 the horses with emphasis placed on racing and on areas such as shoeing, training
       ENGL            English (as advised)                                  3
                                                                                 problems, breaking yearlings, and preparation for the annual sale.
                       Electives                                             3
                                                                            17
                                                                                 In addition, horse-related courses such as anatomy and physiology, breeding,
       Spring Semester                                                           nutrition, equine farm management and general horse care (health and lameness)
       ESCI        110 Equine Anatomy and Physiology                         3
                                                                                 are taken throughout the two-year program. General Education courses in
       ESCI        140 Equine Judging                                        2
                                                                                 science, math, English, and social science round out the requirements (20 credit
       ESCI        151 Farm Practicum II (equine)                            2
                                                                                 hours minimum).
       ENGL            English (as advised)                                  3
                       Electives                                             5
                                                                                 Part of the uniqueness of this program is the summer option (for harness
                                                                            15
                                                                                 racing majors), where students have the opportunity to compete in actual race
       SECOND YEAR                                                               conditions at the county fairs in New York state and amateur driving events.
       Fall Semester                                                   Credits
       ESCI        210 Equine Nutrition                                      3   Career Opportunities: Assistant trainer or groom at race tracks, training tracks
       ESCI        215 Equine Farm Management                                3   or on breeding farms. Licensure as a trainer or harness racing driver.
       ESCI        235 Fitting and Marketing of the Equine                   1
                                                                                 High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the C to
       One course from one of the following groups                3              C+ range. Desired: two additional units each of defined math and science.
       **HIST 161 or HIST 162
       **HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225                            Graduation Requirements: Students in the Equine Racing Management
       **PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101                curriculum must complete a minimum of 64 credit hours of course work and all
                                                                                 of the requirements listed in the requirements column.
       2 credits toward computer science requirement:
       CITA         100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and                    Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and according
                          Applications                                       2   to the particular concentration of this major, a successful graduate will be able
       -or-                                                                      to;
       OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                 1         •     prioritize human and horse safety in all aspects of horse care and
                          And a choice of 1 of the following:                                horsemanship
       OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software             1         •     develop and/or recognize proper body position and effective use of
       -or-                                                                                  seat, leg, hand and/or voice aids for riding or driving
       OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software                1         •     employ sound judgment, problem-solving and critical thinking skills
                          Electives                                          6               when riding or driving
                                                                            17         •     conduct the necessary research, analysis, evaluation, and critical
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       Spring Semester                                                                       thinking skills required of equine management and/or training
       ESCI        312 Equine Health and Lameness                            3         •     apply the principles of equine training to effectively communicate
       ESCI        305 Equine Reproduction and Breeding Management           3               with young untrained horses
                                                                                       •     demonstrate an understanding of equine behavior and how it relates
       One course from another of the following groups             3                         to developing trained responses
       **HIST 161 or HIST 162                                                          •     demonstrate ability to develop a well organized approach to address
       **HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225                                        common problems related to equine training and management
       **PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101                      •     understand the importance of providing a balanced ration and be
                         Electives                                 6                         able to apply principles of nutrition to meet the needs of horses that
                                                                  15                         is commensurate with varied uses and workloads.
                                                                                       •     understand the principles and techniques of modern equine repro-
                                                                                             duction and how utilization of sound breeding management prac-
                                                                                             tices can improve breeding efficiency
                                                                                       •     utilize a systematic method of evaluating conformation and observ-
                                                                                             ing performance to accurately gauge individual improvement and to
                                                                                             make qualified comparisons between horses
                                                                                       •     implement health management tools available to prevent parasite
                                                                                             infestation and disease
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     •     recognize signs of lameness and have a fundamental understanding                               Sample Study Plan
           of a variety of conventional treatment therapies
     •      develop a positive, confident outlook and a responsible work ethic
                                                                                  FIRST YEAR
           that is likely to attract success as a horse professional              Fall Semester                                                      Credits
     •     understand the importance of exercising sound ethical principles       ESCI         130 Equine and Stable Management                                3
           and judgment when dealing with employers, employees and clients        ENGL             English (as advised)                                        3
                                                                                  ESTB         100 Care and Training of the Race Horse I                       5
Math Proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 - Elementary          AGBS         100 Agricultural Economics (equine)                             3
Algebra is required for this program.                                             AGRO         110 Soil Science                                                3
                                                                                  -or-
Students considering advancing to the Equine Science and Managagment              ENSC         101 Agricultural Science                                       3
Bachelors of Technology degree should consider these GENERAL EDUCATION                                                                                       17
REQUIREMENTS                                                                      Spring Semester
Bachelor of Technology students must take one course from each of the following   2 credits toward computer science requirement:
groups                                                                            CITA         100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and
                                                                                  -or-               Applications                                              2
ENGL 101 or ENGL 112 or ENGL 121                                                  OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                        1
ENGL 102 or MUSI 102 or PHIL 201 or PHIL 211 or PHIL 311                                             And a choice of 1 of the following:
**HIST 161 or HIST 162                                                            OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software                    1
**HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225                                    -or-
**PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101                        OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software                       1
                                                                                  ESTB         101 Care and Training of the Race Horse II                      5
Requirements                                                     Credits          ENGL               English (as advised)                                      3
AGBS         100 Agricultural Economics (equine)                          3       ESCI         110 Equine Anatomy and Physiology                               3
AGRO         110 Soil Science                                             3       One course from one of the following groups                                  3
-or-                                                                              **HIST 161 or HIST 162
ENSC         101 Agricultural Science                                     3       **HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225
2 credits toward computer science requirement:                                    **PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101
CITA         100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and                                                                                                       16
-or-               Applications                                           2       SECOND YEAR
OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                     1       Fall Semester                                                      Credits
And a choice of 1 of the following:                                               ESCI         210 Equine Nutrition                                            3
OFFT         100 Introduction to Word Processing Software                 1       ESCI         215 Equine Farm Management                                      3
-or-                                                                              ESCI         235 Fitting and Marketing of the Equine                         1
OFFT         109 Introduction to Presentation Software                    1       ESTB         210 Advanced Equine Racing                                      4
ENGL               English (as advised)                                   6       One course from another of the following groups                              3
ESCI         110 Equine Anatomy and Physiology                            3       **HIST 161 or HIST 162
ESCI         130 Equine and Stable Management                             3       **HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225
ESCI         210 Equine Nutrition                                         3       **PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101
ESCI         215 Equine Farm Management                                   3                         Electives as advised                                      1
ESCI         235 Fitting and Marketing of the Equine                      1                                                                                  15
ESCI         305 Equine Reproduction and Breeding Management              3       Spring Semester
ESCI         312 Equine Health and Lameness                               3       ESCI         312 Equine Health and Lameness                                 3
ESTB         100 Care and Training of the Race Horse I                    5       ESCI         305 Equine Reproduction and Breeding Management                3
ESTB         101 Care and Training of the Race Horse II                   5       ESTB         220 Equine Racing Capstone                                     4
ESTB         210 Advanced Equine Racing                                   4                        Electives                                                  6
ESTB         220 Equine Racing Capstone                                   4                                                                                  16
One course from each of two of the following groups                       6
**HIST 161 or HIST 162
                                                                                  SUMMER PROGRAM
                                                                                  The summer program is designed for those students who wish to gain
**HIST 101 or HIST 102 or HIST 103 or HIST 225
                                                                                  industry experience to increase their skills and employability potential upon
**PSYC 101 or SOCI 101 or ECON 101 or ECON 140 or ANTH 101
                                                                                  graduation.
Suggested Electives
ESCI         225   Artificial Insemination
                                                                 Credits
                                                                          1
                                                                                  Each student in the summer program is responsible for the care and training
                                                                                  of 2 or 3 harness horses which are raced at county fairs, pari-mutuel tracks, or
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ESCI         313   Laboratory in Equine Health and Lameness               1       Sire Stakes races.
AGBS         220   Agricultural Finance                                   3
AGEN         105   Principles of Farm Machinery                           2       To qualify for the summer program a student must receive a minimum of a B
AGEN         101   Equipment Care and Maintenance                         3       grade (3.0) in ESTB 100 and ESTB 101, maintain a cumulative grade point
AGEN         130   Agricultural Structures                                3       average of at least 2.0, have successfully passed the USTA driver/trainer test,
AGRO         110   Soil Science                                           3       and receive permission of the instructor.
AGRO         210   Field Crops                                            3
AGRO         310   Pasture Management and Forages Production              3       The course in which the student will enroll is:
BIOL               Biology with lab(as advised)                           4       ESTB 200 Harness Racing           5 credits
BSAD         116   Marketing                                              3
CHEM               Chemistry with lab (as advised)                        4
ENGL         121   Introduction to Speech                                 3
ENGL         312   Advanced Technical Communications                      3
MATH               Mathematics (as advised)                               3
PSYC         304   Industrial Organizational Psychology                   3
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       EXPLORATORY MAJOR PROGRAM                                                          FOOD SERVICE ADMINISTRATION
       – Code #0000                                                                       A.A.S.—CODE #0570
       The Exploratory Major Program is a ThinkPad University curriculum in               Food Service Administration is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which
       which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                      the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.

       The Exploratory Major program is a one year program designed for first year        Food Service Administration emphasizes a sequence of management courses
       students who are unsure of their academic goals. Through individualized            which includes food service and hotel operations. In addition, students take
       advising and course scheduling, the Exploratory Major students will be guided      food and beverage merchandising as well as several national certification
       during their first year on campus toward selecting a major that best suits their   courses. Students also work in The Copper Turret Restaurant operated in the
       interests and talents. At the end of the students’ second semester, the students   village of Morrisville during the fourth semester. The Copper Turret is a full
       will transfer to a degree granting program which will satisfy their educational    service tavern and upscale dining facility where the students rotate through
       goals. (Fall admission only)                                                       positions in both front and back of the house.

       Students enrolled in the Exploratory Majors program may take elective courses      This program has been designed for students who seek entry-level management
       from other academic programs on campus.                                            positions in the Food Service field, or who have the desire to obtain a
                                                                                          baccalaureate degree in this area. The program contains state-of-the-art
       Admission Requirements Required: Minimum high school average of 75                 facilities, top-rated instructors, and provides an emphasis on the customer
       and a minimum combined reading, math, and written SAT scores of 1400 or a          service philosophy in all types of hospitality operations. Students are required
       minimum composite ACT score of 19. First semester Freshmen only.                   to purchase a uniform.

       Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this program, the student            Admission Requirements: Required: minimum high school average in the C
       will:                                                                              to C+ range. Desired: two units of defined math and biology.
             •	 Be able to identify Morrisville State College academic
                programs, services, and activities, and explain how                       Career Opportunities: Entry-level management positions in restaurants,
                they relate to his/her educational experience.                            schools, public and private colleges, other noncommercial and private food
             •	 Have selected the major that meets his/                                   service organizations including hotels, resorts, casinos, and convention
                her academic and career goals.                                            venues.

       Required Exploratory Major Courses                                 Credits         Graduation Requirements: Students graduating from this program must
       XMAJ         101 College Success for the Exploratory Major I                 2     complete a minimum of 64 credit hours earned and maintain at least a 2.0
       XMAJ         102 College Success for the Exploratory Major II                1     gpa. Students must also complete at least 6 credits in the Math/Science area,
                                                                                          6 credits of Humanities, 6 credits of Social Science and additional credits as
       Required Other Courses                                             Credits         necessary to achieve 20 minimum credit hours in Liberal Arts. Also, a residency
       ENGL               English (as advised)                                     6      requirement of 30 credit hours at MSC should be met
                          Free Electives (as advised)                             24
                                                                                          Required Hospitality Core Courses                                  Credits
                                                                                          FSAD         101   Quantity Food Preparation & Service                       3
                               Sample Study Plan                                          FSAD         102   Applied Food Service Sanitation                           1
       Fall Semester                                                      Credits         FSAD         153   Fundamentals of Hospitality Management                    3
       ENGL             English(as advised)                                         3     FSAD         154   Equipment Selection & Layout                              3
       MATH             Math(as advised)                                            3     FSAD         201   Summer Co-op                                              2
                        General Education Elective                                  3     -or-
                        Free Elective*                                              3     TOUR         251 Cooperative Work Experience                                 2
                        Free Elective                                               3     FSAD         205 Food & Beverage Merchandise & Management                    4
       XMAJ         101 College Success for the Exploratory Major I                 2     -or-
                                                                                    17    CAS          240 Hospitality Sales & Marketing                               3
                                                                                          FSAD         255 Food Purchasing & Cost Control                              3
       Spring Semester                                                                    FSAD         257 Senior Seminar                                              1
       ENGL             English (as advised)                                        3     FSAD         258 Restaurant Management & Operations                          6
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       MATH             Math (as advised)                                           3     TOUR         106 Introduction to the Travel/Tourism &
                        General Education Elective                                  3                      Hospitality Industry                                        3
                        Free Elective*                                              3     TOUR         153 Hotel Operations                                            3
                        Free Elective                                               3     NUTR         108 Nutrition I                                                 3
       XMAJ         102 College Success for the Exploratory Major II                1                      School Elective (as advised)                                3
                                                                                    16
                                                                                          Required Business Courses
       *Students will work with advisor to select elective courses in a program area      ACCT         100 Accounting Information & Management Decisions               3
       the student is interested in exploring.                                            OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                        1

                                                                                          Required General Education Courses
                                                                                          ENGL               English (as advised)                                      6
                                                                                                             Social Science (as advised)                               6
                                                                                                             Math or Sciences (as advised)                             6
                                                                                                             Electives (as advised)                                    3
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                     Sample Study Plan                                   GAMING AND CASINO
FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester                                                 Credits    MANAGEMENT A.A.S.—CODE
FSAD
FSAD
           101 Quantity Food Preparation and Service
           102 Applied Food Service Sanitation*
                                                                    3
                                                                    1
                                                                         #1361
NUTR       108 Basic Nutrition                                      3
                                                                         Gaming and Casino Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum in
ENGL           English (as advised)                                 3
                                                                         which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
               Science or Mathematics elective (as advised)       3-4
TOUR       106 Introduction to Travel/Tourism and
                                                                         Approved by the New York State Education Department, the Gaming and
               Hospitality Industry                                 3
                                                                         Casino Management degree program provides students with the managerial,
OFFT       110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                 1
                                                                         technical and operational expertise that is integral to pursuing a career in the
                                                                 17-18
                                                                         casino and entertainment segments of the hospitality industry.
Spring Semester
FSAD       153 Fundamentals of Hospitality Management               3    Focusing on the latest technology, the program targets the legal/regulatory
FSAD       154 Equipment Selection and Layout                       3    issues vital to protecting the integrity of casino gaming operations such as
TOUR       153 Hotel Operations                                     3    licensing, table game protection, surveillance operations and casino/hotel
ENGL           English (as advised)                                 3    security. Students will learn about leadership, technology, the need for
Elective       General Education Elective                         3-4    appropriate security in the casino business, biometrics, the particular functions
                                                                 15-16   of the different games, and retail operations in a casino.

SECOND YEAR                                                              The relationship of gaming to the growing tourism and destination industry
Fall Semester                                                 Credits    is also a key component of our program. Using state-of-the-art equipment,
FSAD       201 Summer Cooperative Employment                        2    students receive hands-on experience and the personal instruction necessary to
–or-                                                                     develop the knowledge, skills, marketing and management techniques essential
TOUR       251 Cooperative Work Experience                               to securing a position in the gaming industry.
FSAD       205 Food Beverage Merchandising & Mgt. I                 4
–or-                                                                     Program Highlights
CAS        240 Hospitality Sales & Marketing                                 • Computer applications are integrated throughout the curriculum
FSAD       255 Food Purchasing and Cost Control*                    4           to prepare graduates with workplace competencies
               Science or Mathematics elective (as advised)         3        • Live gaming laboratory experiences
               Social Science                                       3        • All students complete an internship
                                                                    16       • Majors participate in visits to casino resorts
Spring Semester                                                              • Faculty are members of the Casino Management Association,
FSAD       257 Senior Seminar                                       1           the Association of Casino Educators, the New York State
FSAD       258 Restaurant Management and Operations                 6           Hospitality and Tourism Association, the Council on Hotel,
ACCT       100 Accounting Information and Management                3           Restaurant, Institutional Education, the American Hotel Motel
               Social Science                                       3           Association, the National Restaurant Association, and the
               School Elective                                      3           International Food Service Executives' Association, The American
                                                                    16          Society for Industrial Security, Biometric Consortium.

                                                                         Career Opportunities: Entry-level management positions in the global casino
SCHOOL ELECTIVES
                                                                         industry including casino operations and management, casino marketing,
FSAD       100   Global & Ethnic Foods                              3
                                                                         human resources, security and surveillance, gaming regulations, convention/
FSAD       200   Internship in Customer Service                     3
                                                                         special event sales, regional tourism development, hotel operations, food,
FSAD       259   Introduction to Catering                           3
                                                                         beverage and catering management, as well as transfer opportunities to
CAS        102   Introduction to Gaming                             3
                                                                         bachelor’s degree programs in Casino Management , Resort and Recreation
TOUR       101   Tourism and Geography                              3
                                                                         Service Management and related fields.
TOUR       152   Travel Industry Operations and Administration      3
NUTR       160   Nutritional Care II (Diet Therapy)                 3
                                                                         High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the C
                                                                         to C+ range, one unit of defined math and science. Desired: one additional


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                                                                         unit each of defined math and science.
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                             Sample Study Plan                                    HEALTH RELATED STUDIES A.S.—
       First Year
       Fall Semester                                                 Credits      CODE #1451
       TOUR        106 Introduction to Travel/Tourism
                        and Hospitality Industry                             3    Program Description: This A.S. degree program for transfer to health-related
       CAS         104 Contemporary Issues in Human Resource                      professions prepares students for 2 + 2 entrance into a variety of occupations:
                       Management for Hospitality Industry*                  3    nuclear medicine, physical therapy, health information management, health
       CAS         105 Food and Beverage Implications for Casino                  services management, physician assistant, diagnostic medical sonography
                       Operations                                            3    (ultrasound), occupational therapy, respiratory care, radiation therapy, medical
       ENGL        101 Composition and Research                              3    technology, cytotechnology, medical imaging, cardiovascular perfusion,
       OFFT        111 Keyboarding 1A                                        1    addictions counseling sciences, emergency medical services, mental health
                       Math/Science (as advised)                           3-4    technology, occupational and environmental health, and science intensive, pre-
                                                                          16-17   professional (Medical, Dental, Chiropractic, Veterinarian). The curriculum
                                                                                  has been modified to accommodate specific programs at various transfer
       Spring Semester
                                                                                  institutions; see your advisor for additional information. Completion of this
       CAS         102   Introduction to Gaming                              3
                                                                                  curriculum does not assure that all of the first two-year requirements have
       CAS         103   Casino Security**                                   3
                                                                                  been met nor will it guarantee acceptance into all programs at all institutions.
       BSAD        107   Legal and Regulatory Aspects                        3
                                                                                  Students are urged to work closely with their advisor to facilitate transfer to a
       TOUR        153   Hotel Operations                                    3
                                                                                  specific institution.
       ENGL        102   Writing About Literature                            3
                         General Education Elective
                                                                                  Admission Requirements: High School: Minimum high school average of B-
                         (foreign language recommended)                      3
                                                                                  (at least 79), two years of high school math (through NY state Math B or
                                                                             18
                                                                                  algebra and geometry) with at least a 75, General biology with at least an 80,
                                                                                  and successful completion of Chemistry. Desired: Physics and pre-calculus.
       Summer Co-op – FSAD 201 or TOUR 251 Cooperative Work Experience,
                                                                                  Students lacking one or more requirements for Health-Related Studies will
       2 credits
                                                                                  be considered for the Liberal Arts/Pre-Science preparatory semester (or full
                                                                                  year depending on their academic backgrounds). Such students must work
       Second Year                                                                closely with their advisors to assess their progress. Pre-Science students
       Fall Semester                                                 Credits      who successfully complete the preparatory semester/year with a grade point
       CAS         230   Technology and Controls in Gaming                   3    average of 2.5 will then be admitted to the Health-Related Studies A.S. degree
       CAS         240   Hospitality Sales and Marketing                     3    program.
       TOUR        250   Tourism Planning and Development                    3
       ACCT        100   Accounting Information and Management               3    Career Opportunities: More than 20 agreements with transfer institutions
       ECON        100   Introduction to Macroeconomics                      3    are awaiting incoming students. Other course offerings articulate with higher-
                                                                             15   division institutions in all of the following career options: nuclear medicine,
       Spring Semester                                                            physical therapy, health information management, health services management,
       CAS         280 Leadership Development Strategies                          physician assistant, diagnostic medical sonography (ultrasound), occupational
                       for Hospitality Industry*                             3    therapy, respiratory care, medical technology, cytotechnology, and cardio
       CAS         290 Professional Image, and Public Relations                   vascular perfusion.
                       Issues for Gaming/Hospitality Management              3
       TOUR        252 Meeting/Convention Services*                          3    Transfer Opportunities: CUNY-Hunter College (B.S. in Community health
                       Social Science (as advised)                           3    Education; B.S. in Medical Laboratory Studies; B.S. in Physical Therapy);
                       Math/Science (as advised)                           3-4    CUNY – The Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education (B.S. in Physician
       TOUR        257 Senior Seminar                                        1    Assistant); SUNY Upstate Medical University (B.S. in Cardiovascular
                                                                                  Perfusion; B.S./M.P.S. Physical Therapy); B.S. in Respiratory Care; B.S.
                                                                          16-17
                                                                                  in Medical Technology; B.S. in Cytotechnology; B.S. in Medical Imaging
                                                                                  Sciences; B.S. in Radiation Therapy); SUNY Institute of Technology (B.S. in
       * Specific courses in the curriculum feature the value-added enhancement   Health Services Management; B.S. in Health Information); SUNY University
       of national certification by the American Hotel/Motel Association.         at Buffalo (B.S. in Nuclear Medicine Technology; B.S. Medical Technology);
                                                                                  College of Mount Saint Vincent (B.S. in Pre-Physical Therapy); D’Youville
                                                                                  College (B.S. in Physician Assistant); Rochester Institute of Technology (B.S.
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                                                                                  in Biochemistry; B.S. in Diagnostic Medical Sonography [Ultrasound]; B.S. in
                                                                                  Nuclear Medicine Technology; B.S. in Medical Technology); SUNY Brockport
                                                                                  (B.S. in Medical Technology); SUNY Fredonia (B.S. in Medical Technology);
                                                                                  SUNY Plattsburgh (B.S. in Medical Technology); SUNY Stony Brook
                                                                                  University (B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Sciences; B.S. in Respiratory Care);
                                                                                  Allegheny University of Health Sciences (Cardiovascular Perfusion, Addictions
                                                                                  Counseling Services, Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Emergency Medical
                                                                                  Services, Mental Health Technology, Occupational and Environmental Health,
                                                                                  Physician Assistant)

                                                                                  Graduation Requirements:
                                                                                  Total hours required: 64 semester hours (minimum)
                                                                                  GPA: 2.0
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Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement: Minimum of 30                                   Sample Study Plan
semester hours as follows:
     *Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of Humanities
                                                                                  FIRST YEAR
     *Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of Social Science Minimum                     Fall Semester                                                     Credits
         of 12 semester hours of Math and/or Science                              ENGL               English (as advised)                                     3
     * Minimum of 15 total.                                                       MATH               Mathematics (as advised)*                                3
                                                                                  CHEM        121    General College Chemistry I                              3
SUNY General Education: Students must complete 7 of the 10 recommended            CHEM       121L    Lab for CHEM 121                                         1
Proficiencies: MATH through 103 ENGL 101                                          BIOL        120    General Biology I                                        4
                                                                                  BIOL        235    Microbiology I**                                         4
Program Learning Outcomes                                                                                                                                     18
Successful students will graduate with the combination of courses in the          Spring Semester
biological sciences, chemistry, physics, and mathematics need for transfer into   ENGL               English (as advised)                                     3
higher division programs in allied health.                                        CHEM        122    General College Chemistry II                             3
Students will demonstrate proficiency in mathematical, biological, and chemical   CHEM       122L    Lab for CHEM 122                                         1
concepts, and will demonstrate fluent written and verbal communication.           BIOL        121    General Biology II                                       4
                                                                                  BIOL        236    Microbiology II**                                        4
Required Core Courses                                             Credits         MATH               Mathematics                                              3
BIOL         120   General Biology I                                        4                        -or-
BIOL         121   General Biology II                                       4                        Elective***                                              3
BIOL         150   Anatomy and Physiology I                                 4                                                                                 18
BIOL         151   Anatomy and Physiology II                                4
CHEM         121   General College Chemistry I                              3     SECOND YEAR
CHEM        121L   Lab for CHEM 121                                         1     Fall Semester                                                     Credits
CHEM         122   General College Chemistry II                             3                     Social Science (as advised)****                             3
CHEM        122L   Lab for CHEM 122                                         1     CHEM        241 Organic Chemistry I**                                       3
                                                                                  CHEM       241L Lab for CHEM 241**                                          1
And 8 credits of the following (as advised):                                      BIOL        150 Anatomy and Physiology I                                    4
BIOL        235 Microbiology I**                                            4     MATH            Mathematics                                                 3
BIOL        236 Microbiology II**                                           4                     -or-
CHEM        241 Organic Chemistry I**                                       4                     Elective***                                              3-5
CHEM        242 Organic Chemistry II**                                      4                                                                             14-16
PHYS        107 Introductory Physics I                                      4     Spring Semester
PHYS        108 Introductory Physics II                                     4     MATH        141 Statistics                                                  3
PHYS        127 General Physics I                                           4                     Social Science (as advised)*****                            3
PHYS        128 General Physics II                                          4     CHEM        242 Organic Chemistry II**                                      3
MATH        141 Statistics                                                  3     CHEM       242L Lab for CHEM 242**                                          1
                                                                                  BIOL        151 Anatomy and Physiology II                                   4
Required SUNY General Education                                                                    Elective***                                                3
                                                                                                                                                              17

                                                                                  **Students will take 8 credits of a combination of Microbiology I & II,
                                                                                  Organic Chemistry I & II, or Physics
                                                                                  ***See faculty advisor for course requirements for specific transfer programs.
                                                                                  Select a three-credit course from a new SUNY general       education content:
                                                                                  Foreign Language, Humanities, The Arts
                                                                                  ****Social Science course from required SUNY general education Social
                                                                                  Science content
                                                                                  *****Social Science course from required SUNY general education: American
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       HORTICULTURE A.A.S.—CODE                                                             Suggested Electives
                                                                                            AGRO         110   Soil Science                                          3
       #0610                                                                                ART          120   Intro to Drawing                                      2
       Program Description: Students choose between the following options: Floral           ART          121   Intro to Painting                                     2
       Design, Horticulture Production, Landscape Development/Management, or                BSAD         102   Mathematics in Business                               3
       General Transfer. Horticulture is a diverse field. Students are provided with        BSAD         112   Marketing                                             3
       a wide range of training to prepare for a career in various disciplines. Some        BSAD         209   Salesmanship                                          3
       choose to enter the industry after two years. Others transfer to upper division      CHEM               Chemistry (as advised)                                4
       horticulture and landscape programs at colleges like Cornell, SUNY-ESF, and          CITA         100   Introduction to Computing
       many others. Horticulture is one of the largest industries in the state and offers                      Concepts and Applications                             2
       many professional options.                                                           ENSC         106   Pesticide Use and Handling                            2
                                                                                            ENSC         107   Integrated Pest Management                            1
       Admissions Requirements: Required: minimum high school average in the C              HORT         103   Landscape Planning and Design I                       3
       to C+ range. Desired: two units each of defined math and science.                    HORT         250   Horticulture/Landscape Internship                     4
                                                                                            SPAN         101   Beginning College Spanish I                           3
       Career Opportunities: Greenhouse operator/grower, floral designer, flower
       shop manager, wholesale florist, farm and garden store owner or manager,             See courses listed in other Horticulture options.
       nursery operator/grower, landscape contractor, salesperson of horticultural
       products or greenhouse equipment, maintenance supervisor of public grounds,          Horticulture Production Requirements                           Credits
       public gardener, golf course superintendent, representative for wholesale            AGRO         110   Soil Science                                          3
       growers and equipment suppliers, landscape/lawn technician, and more.                BIOL         102   Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants              3
                                                                                            BSAD         116   Business Organization and Management                  3
       Math proficiency: Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary               CITA         100   Introduction to Computer
       Algebra with Trigonometry is required for floral design*, horticulture                                  Concepts and Applications                          2
       production and landscaping development and management options. *Floral               ENGL               English *                                          3
       Design students may substitute Acct 100 for MAGN 101.                                ENSC         106   Pesticide Use and Handling                         2
                                                                                            ENSC         107   Integrated Pest Management                         1
       Graduation Credit Requirements: 63-64 (depending on concentration) hrs.              HORT         101   Plant Materials                                    3
       Core course requirements: 34-44 (depending on concentration)hrs.                     HORT         108   Herbaceous Plant Materials                         2
       General education requirements: 17-20(depending on concentration)hrs.                HORT         110   Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)           2
       Electives: 3-12(depending on concentration)hrs.                                      HORT         111   Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)           2
                                                                                            HORT         200   Horticulture Production                            3
       Floral Design Requirements                                           Credits         HORT         201   Plant Propagation                                  3
       BIOL         102 Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants                      3     HORT         202   Greenhouse Production and Management               3
       BSAD         116 Business Organization and Management                          3     HORT         210   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)          2
       CITA         100 Introduction to Computing Concepts and                              HORT         211   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)          2
                        Applications                                                  2     HORT         241   Plant Protection                                   3
       ENGL             English *                                                     3     MAGN         101   Elementary Algebra With Trigonometry* *            3
       HORT         101 Plant Materials                                               3                        Social Science*                                    3
       HORT         102 Introduction to Floral Design                                 2                        Western Civ. Or American History*                  3
       HORT         106 Floral Design II                                              3                        Humanities Elective*                               3
       HORT         108 Herbaceous Plant Materials                                    2                        Electives                                      10-11
       HORT         110 Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)                      2
       HORT         111 Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)                      2          * (as advised) – Choice of course based on a
       HORT         200 Horticulture Production                                       3              consultation with the student’s advisor
       HORT         201 Plant Propagation                                             3          **Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary Algebra
       HORT         202 Greenhouse Production and Management                          3              with Trigonometry is required for floral design, horticulture
       HORT         203 Flower Shop Operations                                        2              production and landscape development & management.
       HORT         210 Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)                     2     . Floral Design students may substitute Acct 100 for MAGN 101.
       HORT         211 Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)                     2
       HORT         241 Plant Protection                                              3     Suggested Electives                                            Credits
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       MAGN         101 Elementary Algebra With Trigonometry* *                       3     HORT         250 Horticulture Internship                                 4
       -or-                                                                                 HORT         102 Introduction to Floral Design                           2
       ACCT         100 Accounting Info and Management Decisions                     3      AGEN         110 Small Power Equipment                                   2
                        Social Science*                                              3      AGEN         135 Construction Surveying                                  3
                        Western Civ. Or American History *                           3      BSAD         102 Mathematics of Business                                 3
                        Humanities Elective*                                         3      CHEM             Chemistry (as advised)                                  4
                        Electives                                                  7-8      SPAN         101 Beginning College Spanish I                             3
                                                                                            HORT         103 Landscape Planning and Design
       * (as advised) – Choice of course based on a                                                          Planning I                                              3
           consultation with the student’s advisor                                          AGRO         105 Soil and Water Conservation                             2
       **Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary Algebra
           with Trigonometry is required for floral design, horticulture
                                                                                            See courses listed in other Horticulture options.
           production and landscape development and management options.
             . Floral Design students may substitute Acct 100 for MAGN 101.
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Landscape Dev & Mgt. Requirements                               Credits   HORT         241 Plant Protection                                    3
AGRO         110   Soil Science or (as advised)                       3   MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                           6
BIOL         102   Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants           3                    Social Science                                      3
BSAD         116   Business Organization and Management               3                    Western Civ. Or American History                    3
CAD          181   Introduction to Computer-Aided Design              1                    Electives (as advised)                             10
ENSC         106   Pesticide Use and Handling or (as advised)         2
ENGL               English *                                          3   * Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary Algebra with
HORT         101   Plant Materials                                    3   Trigonometry is required for this program.
HORT         103   Landscape Planning and Design I                    3
HORT         105   Landscape Planning and Design II                   3   Suggested Electives
HORT         108   Herbaceous Plant Materials                         2   BIOL         235   Microbiology                                      4
HORT         109   Landscape and Turf Management                      3   HORT         102   Intro to Floral Design                            2
HORT         110   Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)           2   HORT         105   Landscape Planning and Design II                  3
HORT         111   Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)           2   HORT         106   Floral Design II                                  3
HORT         201   Plant Propagation or (as advised)                  3   HORT         109   Landscape and Turf Management                     3
HORT         210   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)          2   HORT         200   Horticulture Production                           3
HORT         211   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)          2   HORT         201   Plant Propagation                                 3
HORT         240   LandCADD                                           3   AGRO         105   Soil and Water Conservation                       2
HORT         241   Plant Protection or (as advised)                   3   AGRO         210   Field Crops                                       3
MAGN         101   Elementary Algebra With Trigonometry**             3   BIOL         236   Microbiology II                                   4
NATR         160   Principles of Arboriculture                        2   ENSC         106   Pesticide Use and Handling                        2
NATR         161   Practices of Arboriculture                         1   ENSC         107   Integrated Pest Management                        1
                   Social Science*                                    3   HORT         103   Landscape Planning and Design I                   3
                   Western Civ. Or American History *                 3   HORT         202   Greenhouse Production and Management              3
                   Humanities Elective*                               3
                   Elective                                           3
                                                                          See courses listed in other Horticulture options.
     * (as advised) – Choice of course based on a
         consultation with the student’s advisor                          SAMPLE STUDY PLANS
     **Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary Algebra
                                                                          FLORAL DESIGN OPTION
         with Trigonometry is required for floral design, horticulture
         production and landscape development and management options. .
                                                                          FIRST YEAR
         Floral Design students may substitute Acct 100 for MAGN 101.     Fall Semester                                                  Credits
                                                                          HORT         101 Plant Materials                                     3
                                                                          HORT         102 Introduction to Floral Design                       2
Suggested Electives
                                                                          HORT         110 Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)            2
AGEN         100   Tractor Care and Maintenance                       2
                                                                          ENGL             English *                                           3
AGEN         110   Small Power Equipment                              2
                                                                          MAGN         101 Elementary Algebra With Trigonometry* *             3
AGEN         135   Construction Surveying                             3
                                                                          -or-
BSAD         102   Mathematics of Business                            3
                                                                          ACCT         100 Accounting Info and Management Decisions            3
CHEM               Chemistry (as advised)                             4
                                                                                           Social Science *                                    3
ENSC         107   Integrated Pest Management                         1
                                                                                                                                               16
HORT         102   Introduction to Floral Design                      2
HORT         200   Horticulture Production                            3   Spring Semester
HORT         250   Horticulture/Landscape Internship                  4   HORT         106   Floral Design II                                  3
SPAN         101   Beginning College Spanish                          3   HORT         108   Herbaceous Plant Materials                        2
BSAD         209   Salesmanship                                       3   HORT         111   Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)          2
AGRO         105   Soil and Water Conservation                        3   BSAD         116   Business Organization and Management              3
HORT         202   Greenhouse Production and Management               3   BIOL         102   Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants          3
                                                                                             Elective*                                         3
See courses listed in other Horticulture options.                                                                                              16
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General Transfer Requirements                                   Credits   Fall Semester
AGRO         110   Soil Science                                       3   HORT         203   Flower Shop Operations                            2
BIOL         102   Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants           3   HORT         200   Horticulture Production                           3
BIOL         103   Plant Diversity or (as advised)                    3   HORT         201   Plant Propagation                                 3
CHEM         121   General Chemistry I                                3   HORT         210   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)         2
CHEM        121L   Lab for CHEM 121                                   1   CITA         100   Introduction to Computing Concepts and
CHEM         122   General Chemistry II                               3                      Applications                                      2
CHEM        122L   Lab for CHEM 122                                   1                      Electives                                       3-4
CITA         100   Introduction to Computer                                                                                                 15-16
                   Concepts and Applications                          2   Spring Semester
ENGL         101   Composition and Research                           3   HORT         202   Greenhouse Production and Management              3
ENGL         102   Writing About Literature                           3   BSAD         112   Marketing                                         3
ENGL         121   Introduction to Speech                             3   HORT         211   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)         2
HORT         101   Plant Materials                                    3   HORT         241   Plant Protection                                  3
HORT         110   Horticulture Practices 1 or (as advised)           4                      Western Civ. Or American History*                 3
HORT         210   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)          4                      Humanities Elective*                              3
                                                                                                                                               17
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       HORTICULTURE PRODUCTION OPTION                                          Spring Semester
       FIRST YEAR                                                              BSAD        116   Business Organization and Management                  3
       Fall Semester                                                Credits    HORT        211   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)             2
       HORT     101 Plant Materials                                       3    HORT        240   LandCADD                                              3
       HORT     110 Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)              2    HORT        241   Plant Protection or (as advised)                      3
       CITA     100 Introduction to Computer                                   NATR        160   Principles of Arboriculture                           2
                    Concepts and Applications                             2    NATR        161   Practices of Arboriculture                            1
       ENGL         English *                                             3                      Elective                                              3
       MAGN     101 Elementary Algebra With Trigonometry* *               3                                                                            17
                    Social Science*                                       3
                                                                          16        * (as advised) – Choice of course based on a
                                                                                        consultation with the student’s advisor
       Spring Semester
                                                                                    **Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary Algebra
       HORT     108 Herbaceous Plant Materials                            2
                                                                                        with Trigonometry is required for floral design, horticulture
       HORT     111 Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)              2
                                                                                        production and landscape development and management options.
       BIOL     102 Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants              3
                                                                               . Floral Design students may substitute Acct 100 for MAGN 101.
                    Humanities Elective*                                  3
                    Western Civ. Or American History*                     3
                    Elective                                              3
                                                                          16   GENERAL TRANSFER OPTION
       SECOND YEAR                                                             FIRST YEAR
       Fall Semester                                                           Fall Semester                                                     Credits
       HORT     200    Horticulture Production                            3    HORT        101 Plant Materials                                         3
       HORT     201    Plant Propagation                                  3    HORT        110 Horticulture Practices 1 or (as advised)                2
       HORT     210    Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)          2    CITA        100 Introduction to Computer
       AGRO     110    Soil Science                                       3                    Concepts and Applications                               2
       ENSC     107    Integrated Pest Management                         1    ENGL        101 Composition and Research                                3
                       Elective                                           3    BIOL        102 Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants                3
                                                                          15                   Mathematics or (as advised)*                            3
       Spring Semester                                                                                                                                 16
       HORT     202 Greenhouse Production and                                  Spring Semester
                    Management                                            3    HORT        110   Horticulture Practices 1 or (as advised)              2
       HORT     211 Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)             2    AGRO        110   Soil Science                                          3
       BSAD     116 Business Organization and Management                  3    BIOL        103   Plant Diversity or (as advised)                       3
       ENSC     106 Pesticide Use and Handling                            2    ENGL        102   Writing About Literature                              3
       HORT     241 Plant Protection                                      3    MATH              Mathematics (as advised)*                             3
                    Elective                                            2-3                      Electives (as advised)                                3
                                                                       15-16                                                                           17

       LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT AND                                               SECOND YEAR
                                                                               Fall Semester                                                     Credits
       MANAGEMENT OPTION                                                       HORT        210   Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)             2
       FIRST YEAR                                                              CHEM        121   General Chemistry I                                   3
       Fall Semester                                                Credits    CHEM       121L   Lab for CHEM 121                                      1
       HORT     101 Plant Materials                                       3    ENGL        121   Introduction to Speech                                3
       HORT     110 Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)              2                      Social Science                                        3
       ENGL         English *                                             3                      Electives (as advised)                                4
                    Mathematics Elective *                                3                                                                            16
                    Social Science Elective*                              3    Spring Semester
                                                                          14   HORT        210 Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)               2
       Spring Semester                                                         CHEM        122 General Chemistry II                                    3
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       HORT     103    Landscape Planning and Design I                    3    CHEM       122L Lab for CHEM 122                                        1
       HORT     108    Herbaceous Plant Materials                         2                    Western Civ. Or American History                        3
       HORT     111    Horticulture Practices I or (as advised)           2    HORT        241 Plant Protection                                        3
       BIOL     102    Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants           3                    Electives (as advised)                                  3
       ENSC     106    Pesticide Use and Handling or (as advised)         2                                                                            15
                       Humanities Elective*                               3
                       Western Civ. Or American History Elective*         3
                                                                          18       * Demonstrated proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary
                                                                                       Algebra with Trigonometry is required for this program.
       SECOND YEAR
       Fall Semester
       HORT     105    Landscape Planning and Design II                   3
       HORT     109    Landscape and Turf Management                      3
       HORT     201    Plant Propagation or (as advised)                  3
       HORT     210    Horticulture Practices II or (as advised)          2
       AGRO     110    Soil Science or (as advised)                       3
       CAD      181    Introduction to Computer-Aided Design              1
                                                                          15
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HUMAN SERVICES A.A.S. –CODE                                                            •	
                                                                                             with the client (CSHSE Standard 14, 16).
                                                                                             Monitor and assess effectiveness of interventions
#0604                                                                                        (CSHSE Standard 14, 16).
                                                                                       •	    Exhibit professionalism in relation to the values
The Human Services program is available only at the Norwich Campus. The                      and ethics of Council for Standards in Human
program is designed to prepare students for employment as Human Services                     Service Education (CSHSE Standard 19).
professionals.                                                                         •	    Recognize the impact of biological, psychological, and
                                                                                             social forces on human behavior and the impact these forces
The Human Services program has been designed to meet the needs of students                   have on implementing change (CSHSE Standard 12).
interested in immediate employment while still keeping the transfer option             •	    Demonstrate an understanding of diversity and
open for those who wish to pursue further education following completion                     cultural influences (CSHSE Standard 12).
of the A.A.S. degree. The curriculum gives considerable attention to self-             •	    Illustrate skills associated with the collection and
exploration, continued personal growth, and lifelong learning. Students will                 dissemination of information including issues of
develop a “theory to practice” approach to prepare for entry level employment                confidentiality (CSHSE Standard 15).
with individuals, families, groups, and communities in a range of human                •	    Display recognition of organizational theories and administrative
service organizations. The program offers students the opportunity to explore                aspects of human service delivery (CSHSE Standard 18).
a variety of professional focus areas within human services through practical
field placements.                                                                 Required Core Courses
                                                                                  SOCI         101   Introduction to Sociology                               3
Program Accreditation: None                                                       HUMS         100   Careers in the Helping Profession                       1
                                                                                  HUMS         101   Introduction to Human Services                          3
Career Opportunities: Employment opportunities abound with local and              HUMS         200   Helping Process & crisis Intervention                   3
regional employers including: Opportunities for Chenango, Chenango                HUMS         141   Internship in Human Service I                           1
County Department of Social Services, Catholic Charities, Area Agencies for       HUMS         142   Internship in Human Service II                          1
the Aging, Springbrook, Pathfinder Village, and many other health and human       HUMS         143   Internship in Human Service III                         1
services agencies statewide.                                                      HUMS         201   Counseling & Case Management                            3
                                                                                  HUMS         202   Management & Administration of Humans Services          3
Transfer Opportunities: Although this program is not designed as a transfer       HUMS         250   Human Service Practicum                                 3
program, conversations with representatives of area institutions suggest that
graduates of the Human Services program are likely to receive favorable           Other Required Courses
consideration for admission to bachelor degree programs. Norwich Campus           ENGL      121      Introduction to Speech                                  3
students often report feeling well prepared to continue their education           PSYC      101      Introduction to Psychology                              3
beyond their associate degree studies. In fact, many students have successfully   SOCI      101      Introduction to Sociology                               3
completed a bachelor degree and graduate study following their studies at         PSYC      225      Psychology of Personal Adjustment                       3
Norwich. Binghamton University, SUNY Oneonta, and Cortland are the                PSYC      251      Abnormal Psychology                                     3
largest “receiving” institutions for Norwich Campus graduates due to their        PSYC/SOCI          Electives (as advised)                                  6
proximity.                                                                        CITA      100      Introduction to Computer Concepts & Applications        2
High School Preparation: Admission into this program will require a minimum
grade point average of 78 or an equivalent of a C+ average. Students must be      Required SUNY General Education Courses
prepared to enter Composition and Research (ENGL 101) and Intermediate            ENGL         101   Composition and Research                                3
Algebra with Trigonometry (MATH 102). Students who do not demonstrate             ENGL         102   Writing About Literature                                3
the ability to meet these minimum requirements will be required to successfully   MATH         102   Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry                  3
complete preparatory coursework and skill building classes before admission to    PYSC         101   Introduction to Psychology                              3
the Human Services degree program.                                                BIOL         105   Human Biology with Lab                                  4
                                                                                  HIST               (as advised)                                            3
Admission Requirements: High School average in the C to C+ range AND
placement into English 101 and Math 102.
Students who have not met these requirements must pass prerequisite courses                              Sample Study Plan
before being admitted to the program.                                             FIRST YEAR
                                                                                  Fall Semester                                                     Credits

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Graduation Requirements: A minimum of 65 credits of required coursework,          HUMS         101 Introduction to Human Services                            3
a GPA of 2.0 or higher, a C grade or better in Practicum/Field Experience, and    HUMS         100 Careers in the Helping Professions                        1
a comprehensive Early Childhood Portfolio.                                        HUMS         141 Internship in Human Services I                            1
                                                                                  PSYC         101 Introduction to Psychology                                3
Learning Outcomes:                                                                ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                  3
Upon successful completion of this degree program, students will be able to:      Elective         Elective                                                  3
    •	   Recount historical context and current trends of the                     MATH         102 Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry                    3
         human service profession (Council for Standards in                                                                                                  17
         Human Service Education - CSHSE Standard 11, 13).                        Spring Semester
    •	   Evaluate skills and strategies that influence                            ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                  3
         change (CSHSE Standard 13, 14).                                          PSYC         255 Psychology of Personal Adjustment                         3
    •	   Integrate human service competency skills and theory                     ENGL         121 Introduction to Speech                                    3
         into the helping process (CSHSE Standard 12, 13).                        CITA         100 Introduction to Computing Concepts and
    •	   Analyze personal styles, attributes, values, ethics,                                      Applications                                              2
         biases, and prejudices (CSHSE Standard 20).                              SOCI         101 Introduction to Sociology                                 3
    •	   Demonstrate understanding of interpersonal skills                        HIST             History Elective                                          3
         necessary to effective helping (CSHSE Standard 17).                                                                                                 17
    •	   Develop a plan of action and implementation techniques
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       SECOND YEAR                                                        INDIVIDUAL STUDIES A.S. A.A.
       Fall Semester                                           Credits
       HUMS      200 Helping Process and Crisis Intervention         3    A.A.S.—CODE #0688
       HUMS      142 Internship in Human Services II                 1
       HUMS      143 Internship in Human Services III                1    This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.
                     Social Science Elective                         3    Individual Studies is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of
       PSYC      251 Abnormal Psychology                             3    laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       BIOL 105/105L Human Biology with a Lab                        4
                                                                     15   The Individual Studies degree program provides flexible educational
       Spring Semester                                                    opportunities to students who are uncertain of their academic major and
       HUMS       201 Counseling and Case Management                 3    career goals or who have unique educational goals. Students are provided with
       HUMS       202 Management and Administration of Human              academic advisement and counseling to explore various academic and career
                       Services                                      3    options. Students may eventually transfer into a specific academic program or
       HUMS       250 Human Service Practicum                        3    they may graduate with an Individual Studies degree.
                      Social Science Elective                        3
                      Elective                                       4    Students enrolled in the Individual Studies program may take elective courses
                                                                     16   from other academic programs on campus. Students must also fulfill the
                                                                          general requirements for graduation in the humanities, mathematics, science
                                                                          and social science.

                                                                          A.S. DEGREE PROGRAM
                                                                          Admissions Requirements : Required: minimum high school average in the
                                                                          C to C+ range. Desired: completion of 1 unit of defined math and 1 unit of
                                                                          science

                                                                          Graduation Requirements:
                                                                          Minimum 64 credit hours
                                                                          Minimum 2.0 GPA
                                                                          30 credit hours of liberal arts courses including 3 credits in math, 9 credits of
                                                                          math or science, 6 credits of humanities, 6 credits of social sciences, 3 credits
                                                                          of humanities or social science, and 3 credits of humanities, math, science, or
                                                                          social science

                                                                          Program Learning Outcomes:
                                                                          Upon leaving this program, the student will:
                                                                               •     Have identified their educational and career goals.
                                                                               •     Have transferred to the academic program of their
                                                                                     choice or have graduated with an ISP degree.

                                                                          Required Courses                                                    Credits
                                                                          ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                    3
                                                                          ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                    3
                                                                          MATH             (as advised)                                                3
                                                                                           Liberal Arts Electives                                      9
                                                                                           Free Electives                                             34
                                                                                           General Education Courses (as advised)                     12


                                                                                                  Sample Study Plan
                                                                          FIRST YEAR
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                                                                          Fall Semester                                                       Credits
                                                                          ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                    3
                                                                                           Math Requirement                                            3
                                                                                           Social Science Requirement                                  3
                                                                                           Electives (as advised)                                      7
                                                                                                                                                      16
                                                                          Spring Semester
                                                                          ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                    3
                                                                                           Math/Science Requirement                                    3
                                                                                           Social Science Requirement                                  3
                                                                                           Electives (as advised)                                      7
                                                                                                                                                      16
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SECOND YEAR                                                                        A.A.S. DEGREE PROGRAM
Fall Semester                                                      Credits         Admission Requirements: Required: minimum high school average in the
                   Math/Science Requirement                                 3      C to C+ range. Desired: completion of unit of defined math and 1 unit of
                   Social Science/Humanities Elective                       3      science.
                   Electives* (as advised)                                 10
                                                                            16     Graduation Requirements:
Spring Semester                                                                    Minimum 64 credit hours
                   Math/Science Requirement                                 3      Minimum 2.0 GPA
                   Electives* (as advised)                                 13      21 credit hours of liberal arts courses including, 6 credits in math or science, 6
                                                                            16     credits in social sciences, 6 credits in humanities, and 3 credits of humanities,
* Elective courses for the second year must lead to the completion of 30           math, science, or social science.
combined credits of liberal arts courses, for graduation.
                                                                                   Program Learning Outcomes:
A.A. DEGREE PROGRAM                                                                Upon leaving this program, the student will:
Admission Requirements:: Required: minimum high school average in the                  •	    Have identified their educational and career goals.
C to C+ range. Desired: completion of 1 unit of defined math and 1 unit of             •	    Have transferred to the academic program of their
science                                                                                      choice or have graduated with an ISP degree.

Graduation Requirements:                                                           Required Courses                                                     Credits
Minimum 64 credit hours                                                            ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                      3
Minimum 2.0 GPA                                                                    ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                      3
48 credit hours of liberal arts courses including 3credits in math, 6 credits in                    Liberal Arts Electives                                       15
math or science, 9 credits in social sciences, 12 credits in humanities, and 18                     Free Electives                                               43
credits of humanities, math, science, or social science.

Program Learning Outcomes:                                                                                 Sample Study Plan
Upon leaving this program, the student will:                                       FIRST YEAR
    •	    Have identified their educational and career goals.                      Fall Semester                                                        Credits
    •	    Have transferred to the academic program of their                        ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                      3
          choice or have graduated with an ISP degree.                                              Math/Science Requirement                                      3
                                                                                                    Social Science Requirement                                    3
Required Courses                                                   Credits                          Technical/General Electives                                   7
ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                   3                                                                                    16
ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                   3      Spring Semester
MATH             (as advised)                                               3      ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                      3
                 Liberal Arts Electives                                    36                       Math/Science Requirement                                      3
                 Free Electives                                            12                       Social Science Requirement                                    3
                 General Education Courses (as advised)                    12                       Technical/General Electives                                   7
                                                                                                                                                                 16
                                                                                   SECOND YEAR
                        Sample Study Plan                                          Fall Semester                                                        Credits
FIRST YEAR                                                                         Technical/General Electives*                                                  16
Fall Semester                                                      Credits
ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                    3     Spring Semester                                                      Credits
                 Math Requirement                                            3     Technical/General Electives*                                                  16
                 Social Science Requirement                                  3
                 Electives (as advised)                                      7     * Elective courses for the second year must lead to the completion of 21
                                                                             16    combined hours of liberal arts courses (i.e., English, Music, Art, Theater,
                                                                                   Social Science, Math, and Science) for graduation.
Spring Semester


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ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                    3
                 Social Science Requirement                                  3
                 Math/Science Requirement                                    3
                 Electives (as advised)                                      7
                                                                             16
SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester
                   Math/Science Requirement                                 3
                   Social Science Requirement                               3
                   Electives* (as advised)                                 10
                                                                            16
Spring Semester
                   Electives* (as advised)                                 16

*Elective courses for the second year must lead to the completion of 48
combined credits of liberal arts courses
for graduation.
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       Journalism Studies A.A. – CODE                                                          Required SUNY General Education Courses
                                                                                               ENGL     101 Composition and Research
                                                                                                                                                          Credits
                                                                                                                                                                  3
       #2092                                                                                                Gen. Education Requirement in American History        3
                                                                                                            Gen. Education Requirement in Social Sciences         3
       Journalism Studies is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use                 ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                              3
       of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                                      Gen. Education Requirement in Other World Civ         3
                                                                                                            General Education Requirement in Western Civ          3
       The Journalism Studies program is designed for students to begin their                  MATH         Gen. Education Requirement in Mathematics             3
       education in many different fields related to public communication.                                  Gen. Education Requirement in Natural Sciences        3
       The vast majority of graduates transfer to four-year programs, either at
       Morrisville in Journalism & Communication for Online Media (JCOM),                                         Sample Study Plan
       or to other institutions in programs of communication, journalism,
       advertising, broadcasting, public relations or other related fields.
                                                                                               FIRST YEAR
                                                                                               Fall Semester                                              Credits
       This program places a strong emphasis on improving a student’s skills as a writer.      ENGL     101    Composition and Research                           3
       It is writing that is the cornerstone for success in any public communication           JOUR     101    Introduction to Mass Communication                 3
       field, and students will find their own style as a writer within a system that allows   JOUR     111    News Writing and Editing                           3
       for use of complex concepts and ideas in terms an audience will understand.             JOUR     185    Production Lab I                                   1
                                                                                                               Gen. Education Requirement in American History     3
       At the same time, the associate of arts degree program in Journalism Studies                            Gen. Education Requirement in Social Sciences      3
       allows students to explore many fields related to public communication so that                                                                             16
       a career path can be chosen. Production labs are designed to give hands-on              Spring Semester
       experience in journalism, broadcasting, Web content production, desktop                 ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                              3
       publishing, and digital still and video photography.                                    JOUR     112 Advanced News Writing and Reporting                   3
                                                                                               JOUR     186 Production Lab II                                     1
       Admission Requirements                                                                               Gen. Education Requirement in Other World Civ         3
       High School: Required: minimum high school average in the C to C+ range.                             Gen. Education Requirement in Western Civilization    3
       Desired: Basic computer literacy, including word processing, and command                             Liberal Arts Elective (as advised)                    3
       of English grammar; experience in news writing, photography, desktop                                                                                       16
       publishing, or broadcasting.
       Transfer: High school requirements plus B average in college-level writing              SECOND YEAR
       courses.                                                                                Fall Semester                                              Credits
                                                                                               JOUR     214 Specialized Writing                                    3
       Transfer/ Career Opportunities: Transfer to a bachelor degree program                   JOUR     285 Production Lab III                                     1
       for preparation to enter careers as reporters, photographers, copywriters               MATH         (as advised)                                           3
       and editorial staff. Advertising, public relations, industrial publications,                         Liberal Arts Electives (as advised)                    6
       newspapers, radio and television stations and technical writers in industry,                         Gen. Education Requirement in Natural Sciences       3-4
       graphic communications.                                                                                                                                  16-17
                                                                                               Spring Semester
       Graduation Requirements: Students must complete a minimum of 64                         JOUR     286 Production Lab IV                                     1
       semester hours with a 2.0 or greater GPA. Liberal Arts and Science Local                             Math or Science (as advised)                          3
       Distribution Requirement; Minimum 12-18 semester hours of Humanities,                                Humanities/Social Science Electives (as advised)      9
       minimum 12-18 semester hours of Social Science, minimum 9 semester hours                JOUR     121 Photography                                           3
       of Math and/or Science. Students must complete 24 credit hours of SUNY                  -or-
       General Education courses.                                                              JOUR     270 Desktop Publishing                                    3
                                                                                               -or-
       Required Core Courses                                                   Credits         JOUR     280 Broadcast Management, News, & Promotion               3
       JOUR          101    Introduction to Mass Communication                          3      -or-
       JOUR          111    News Writing and Editing                                    3      JOUR     317 Writing Nonfiction for Magazines                      3
       JOUR          112    Advanced News Writing and reporting                         3                                                                         16
       JOUR          185    Production Lab I                                            1
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       JOUR          186    Production Lab II                                           1
       JOUR          214    Specialized Writing                                         3
       JOUR          285    Production Lab III                                          1
       JOUR          286    Production Lab IV                                           1
       JOUR          121    Photography                                                 3
       -or-
       JOUR          270 Desktop Publishing                                             3
       -or-
       JOUR          280 Broadcast Management, News, & Promotion                        3
       -or-
       JOUR          317 Writing Nonfiction for Magazines                               3

       Required Other Courses                                                  Credits
       Liberal Arts Elective (as advised)                                               3
       Liberal Arts Electives (as advised)                                              6
       Humanities/Social Science Electives (as advised)                                 9
       MATH/SCIMath or Science (as advised)                                             3
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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL                                                              Required General Education Courses
                                                                                     AMERICAN HISTORY (min. 3 hrs.)
STUDIES - A.S.—CODE #1600                                                            HIST 101,102103
                                                                                     THE ARTS (min. 4 hrs.)
The Landscape Architectural Studies program is primarily designed to meet            ARCH 110
the needs of students planning to continue their education in a Bachelor of          BASIC COMMUNICATION (min. 3 hrs.)
Landscape Architecture program. As a broad-based course of study, it also            ENGL 101
provides students with the skills necessary for entry level employment in a          HUMANITIES (min. 3 hrs.)
variety of fields within the landscape industry. The A.S. degree in landscape        ENGL 102, MUSI102, PHIL 201211, 311
architectural studies is a rigorous program offering students a solid foundation     MATH (min. 3 hrs.)
in landscape design and horticulture. The core curriculum is a four-semester         MATH       * MATH proficiency through Math 102 is preferred
design sequence that is supplemented with courses in the humanities, the             NATURAL SCIENCES (min. 9 hrs.)
natural and social sciences, written and oral communication, and computer            BIOL 102 & 103 AND one of the following: CHEM 101 or 121 or PHYS
technology.                                                                          107 or 127 or AGRO 110
                                                                                     OTHER WORLD or WESTERN CIVILIZATION (min. 3 hrs.)
Admission Requirements:                                                              HIST 151,152, 161,162 , 171, 172, ENGL 208, HUMN 211, 223
Required: minimum high school average in the C+ to B range, 2 units each of          SOCIAL SCIENCE (min. 3 hrs.)
defined math & science.                                                              PSYC 101, , ECON 100, ECON 140, ANTH 101
Desired: course work in art, drafting, computer-aided drawing; experience in
the landscape industry; a portfolio.                                                 Electives (min. 5 hrs.) See suggested Electives list
Career Opportunities: Upon successful completion of this program, students
can seek entry-level employment in fields such as landscape design, landscape                           Sample Study Plan
development, landscape horticulture, parks management, recreational planning,        FIRST YEAR
and environmental design.                                                            Fall Semester                                         Credits
                                                                                     ARCH      101   Architectural Graphic Communication          2
Transfer Opportunities: Graduates of this program have excellent                     ARCH      141   Architectural Design I                       4
opportunities for transfer to in-state and national programs offering the            HORT      101   Plant Materials                              3
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree.                                           HORT      109   Landscape and Turf Management                3
                                                                                                     Horticulture Elective                        1
Graduation Requirements: A minimum of 64 credit hrs must be completed                                Biological Science Elective                  3
for the A.S. in Landscape Architectural Studies.                                                                                                  16
            Core course requirements: 28 credits
                                                                                     Spring Semester
            General education requirements: 31 credits
                                                                                     HORT      103 Landscape Planning and Design I                3
            Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement:
                                                                                     ENGL      101 Composition and Research                       3
Minimum of 30 semester hours distributed as follows
                                                                                                   Horticulture Elective                          1
                  •     Minimum 6-9 semester hours of Humanities
                                                                                                   Biological Science Elective                    3
                  •     Minimum 6-9 semester hours of Social Science
                                                                                                   Math Elective                                  3
                  •     Minimum 12 semester hours of Math and/or Science
                                                                                                   Other World orWestern Civ Elective             3
            General electives: 5 credits
            Proficiency through MATH 102 & ENGL 102 is preferred for                                                                              16
transfer students                                                                    SECOND YEAR
                                                                                     Fall Semester                                         Credits
Selected Program Learning Outcomes                                                   HORT      105 Landscape Planning and Design II               3
In successfully completing this program a student will be able to:                   CAD       181 Introduction to Computer-Aided Design          1
      •     apply the design process to conduct site analysis, formulate a design                  Humanities Elective                            3
            program, articulate a design concept, and develop a design solution                    Horticulture Elective                          1
            that addresses project requirements;                                                   American History Elective                      3
      •     apply the design principles as an artistic expression of spatial con-                  Physical Science Elective                      3
            cepts, scale & proportion relationships, forms and functions;                          Elective                                       2
      •     draw 2-d scaled illustrative site plans, section elevations, schematic                                                               16


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            diagrams; and construct 3-d scaled design models;                        Spring Semester
                                                                                     HORT      240 LandCADD                                       3
Required Core Courses                                                Credits         HORT      245 Landscape Architectural Design                 3
ARCH         101    Architectural Graphic Communication                        2     ENGL      121 Introduction to Speech                         3
CAD          181    Intro to Computer-Aided Design                             1                   Horticulture Elective                          1
ENGL         121    Intro to Speech                                            3                   Social Science Elective                        3
HORT         101    Plant Materials                                            3                   Elective                                       3
HORT         103    Landscape Planning & Design I                              3                                                                 16
HORT         105    Landscape Planning & Design II                             3
HORT         109    Landscape & Turf Management                                3
HORT         240    LandCADD                                                   3
HORT         245    Landscape Architectural Design                             3
                    Horticulture Electives                                     4
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       Suggested Electives                              Credits   LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES:
       AGRO   110   Soil Science                              3
       ARCH   151   Architecture: Prehistory to 1900          3   HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL
       ARCH   252   Architecture: 1900 to Present             3
       ART    120   Introduction to Drawing                   2   SCIENCE A.A.—CODE #1120
       ART    121   Introduction to Painting                  2
       DRFT   151   Engineering Drawing I                     2   This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.
       HORT   108   Herbaceous Plant Materials                2
       HORT   110   Horticultural Practices I                 1   Program Description:
       HORT   210   Horticultural Practices II                1   This is a university-parallel program that gives the student a solid foundation
       HORT   250   Horticulture/Landscape Internship         4   in the Liberal Arts and Sciences similar to the first two years of the curriculum
       HORT   400   Horticulture Production Mgt               3   at a four-year liberal arts college or university. It provides a basis for further
       HORT   403   Planting Design                           4   study leading to a bachelor degree in a variety of liberal arts areas, among them:
       HORT   430   Horticulture Business Management          3   psychology, criminal justice, education, human services, English, history,
       NATR   101   General Ecology                           3   philosophy, communication and the arts.
       NATR   160   Principles of Arboriculture               2
       NATR   161   Practices of Arboriculture                1   Career Opportunities:
       SPAN   101   Beginning College Spanish I               3   Primarily a degree that prepares students for transfer to a bachelor degree
       ENGL   249   Writing About the Environment             3   program, the associate in arts could provide career opportunities in business
                                                                  or social service fields.

                                                                  Transfer Opportunities:
                                                                  Most students, on finishing the associate in arts degree, opt to transfer to a
                                                                  bachelor-degree-granting institution. Students transfer to institutions in
                                                                  the SUNY and CUNY systems and to private schools in the northeast and
                                                                  throughout the United States.

                                                                  High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average of 75,
                                                                  successful completion of Math A, two units of defined science. Desired: one
                                                                  additional unit of math

                                                                  Graduation Requirements:
                                                                  A.A. DEGREE PROGRAM
                                                                  Students enrolled in the Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree program are required
                                                                  to complete a minimum of 45 semester hours of liberal arts courses, of which
                                                                  a minimum of 18 credits must be in the humanities (List A), a minimum of
                                                                  18 credits in the social sciences (List C) and a minimum of 9 credits must be
                                                                  in math or science. (List B). Students need a total of 64 credit hours with a
                                                                  minimum GPA of 2.0 to complete this degree. The A.A. degree program is
                                                                  part of the SUNY-guaranteed admission program to four-year, state-operated
                                                                  campuses. List A, B, and C courses are identified in the course description
                                                                  section of this catalog.

                                                                  SUNY General Education Requirements:
                                                                  Students who intend to transfer to another SUNY institution should work
                                                                  with their advisor to complete a minimum of seven General Education
                                                                  areas. Morrisville State College courses that meet SUNY General Education
                                                                  requirements are listed in the academic information area of this catalog, at
                                                                  the following website, and are identified in the course description area of this
                                                                  catalog.
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                                                                  Curriculum Requirements
                                                                  Required Courses                               27-31 Credits
                                                                  ENGL         101 Composition and Research                                      3
                                                                  ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                      3

                                                                  One course from the following:
                                                                  ENGL         203 American Literature to 1900                                   3
                                                                  ENGL         204 American Literature 1900 to the Present                       3
                                                                  ENGL         205 English Literature to 1800                                    3
                                                                  ENGL         206 English Literature 1800 to the Present                        3
                                                                  ENGL         207 Western World Literature                                      3
                                                                  ENGL         208 Eastern World Literature                                      3
                                                                  (Two-course sequence ENGL 203 and 204 or ENGL 205 and 206 or
                                                                  ENGL 207 and 208 highly recommended.)
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ENGL         121 Introduction to Speech                                 3                               Sample Study Plan
(ENGL 122 Small Group Discussion, or ENGL 123 Theories of
Interpersonal Communication may be substituted with advisor’s permission.)
                                                                                First Year
                                                                                Fall Semester                                         Credits
Two courses from one of the following history sequences:                        ENGL      101 Composition and Research                      3
HIST         101 United States History until 1800                         3     HIST       *** History (as advised)                         3
HIST         102 United States History from 1800 to 1900                  3     SOCI/PSYC 101 Intro to Sociology/Psychology                 3
HIST         103 United States History from 1900 to the Present           3                    Science with a lab (as advised)            3/4
- or –                                                                                         General Elective (as advised)                3
HIST         151 World History to 1600                                    3                                                              15/16
HIST         152 World History from 1500                                  3     Spring Semester
-or –                                                                           ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                   3
HIST         161 European History to 1648                                 3     HIST          *** History (as advised)                      3
HIST         162 European History from 1500                               3                       Social Science (as advised)               3
                                                                                MATH          *** (as advised)                              3
PSYC         101 Introduction to Psychology                               3                       General Elective (as advised)             3
or                                                                                                General Elective (as advised)             1
SOCI         101 Introduction to Sociology                                3                                                                 16

At least one Social Science course at 200 level or above                  3     Second Year
                                                                                Fall Semester                                         Credits
Science with Lab (the following courses are approved to meet this               ENGL         121 Introduction to Speech                     3
requirement. Not all are campus-wide electives)                                 ENGL          2** 200 level Literature (as advised)         3
AGEN         260 Hydraulics with Lab                                      4     Math/Science        (as advised)                          3/4
AGRO         105 Soil and Water Conservation with Lab                     2     Social Science      (as advised)                            3
AGRO         110 Soil Science with Lab                                    3     General Elective(as advised)                                3
AGRO         215 Soil Fertility with Lab                                  3                                                              15/16
ASTR         101 Solar Astronomy with Lab                                 3
BIOL         102 Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants                 3     Spring Semester                                       Credits
BIOL         105 Human Biology with Lab                                   4     Humanities          (as advised)                            3
BIOL         120 General Biology I                                        4     Humanities          (as advised)                            3
BIOL         121 General Biology II                                       4     Social Science      200 level (as advised)                  3
BIOL         235 Microbiology I                                           4     General Elective(as advised)                                7
BIOL         236 Microbiology II                                          4                                                                 16
BIOL         150 Human Anatomy and Physiology I                           4
BIOL         151 Human Anatomy and Physiology II                          4
BIOL         260 Principles of Zoology                                    4
CHEM         101 Basic Chemistry with Lab                                 4
CHEM         110 Contemporary Chemistry with Lab                          4
CHEM         121 General College Chemistry I with Lab                     4
CHEM         122 General College Chemistry II with Lab                    4
CHEM         141 Chemical Principles I with Lab                           4
CHEM         142 Chemical Principles II with Lab                          4
CHEM         241 Organic Chemistry I with Lab                             4
CHEM         242 Organic Chemistry II with Lab                            4
PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                   4
PHYS         108 Introductory Physics II                                  4
PHYS         127 General Physics I                                        4
PHYS         128 General Physics II                                       4
PHYS         157 University Physics I (Mechanics)                         4
PHYS         158 University Physics II (Sound and Thermodynamics)         4


                                                                                                                                                 VIII
PHYS         257 University Physics III (Electricity and Magnetism)       4
PHYS         258 University Physics IV (Optics and Modern Physics)        4

*Minimum of MAGN 101 (may be through placement, though students
placed in MAGN 101 would be strongly suggested to go on and would still
have to complete 9 credits in Math/Science)

Required Distribution:
Students must have a minimum of:
18 Credits Humanities (12 credits will be met with required courses)
18 Credits Social Science (12 credits will be met with required courses)
9 Credits of Math/Science. (4 or 7 credits will be met with required courses,
depending on mathematics placement)

Additional Requirements:
A total of 64 credits is required for the A.A. degree. Credits beyond the 45
required Liberal Arts hours may be from any discipline, including the Liberal
Arts.
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       LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES:                                                               •
                                                                                                •
                                                                                                      The Arts
                                                                                                      Western Civilizations
       MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE
                                                                                          Proficiency-proficiency through MATH 262—Differential Equations is
       A.S.—CODE #0645                                                                    required for graduation, plus one or more of the following courses for a total of
                                                                                          19 credit hours of mathematics courses.
       This associate in science degree program is intended for students interested             •     MATH 141—Statistics
       in pursing either career opportunities in specific science and math fields or            •     MATH 145—Discrete Mathematics
       transfer to a baccalaureate degree program in either discipline.                         •     MATH 149—Elementary Linear Algebra

       Career/Transfer Opportunities: Career opportunities for Liberal Arts and           Required Courses                                                    Credits
       Science: Mathematics and Science (Math option)--A student who completes            MATH         161    Engineering Calculus I                                    4
       the program with three semesters of calculus plus differential equations can       MATH         162    Engineering Calculus II                                   4
       expect to transfer successfully as a junior in mathematics to most four year       MATH         261    Engineering Calculus III                                  4
       institutions. The great flexibility within this program permits students to work   MATH         262    Differential Equations                                    4
       closely with faculty to tailor the program to meet their individual interests.
       Students can transfer into four-year programs other than mathematics such as                               Sample Study Plan
       mathematics education.
                                                                                          FIRST YEAR
       Career Opportunities: Career opportunities for Liberal Art/s and Science:          Fall Semester                                                       Credits
       Mathematics and Science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics option)—                   ENGL             English (as advised)                                        3
       Graduates in this area can find opportunities in drug and pharmaceutical firms,    MATH         161 Engineering Calculus I                                      4
       chemical manufacturers, research facilities, environmental and analytical labs.                     Science (as advised)                                      3-4
       A bachelor’s degree or advanced degree will allow a student to go into pure                         Elective                                                    6
       research, industrial applications, research and development, or a management                                                                                 16-17
       career in the technical industries. There are also opportunities for teaching,     Spring Semester
       and a student can satisfy requirements for entrance into a pre-law, pre-med, or    ENGL             English (as advised)                                        3
       pre-dental program.                                                                MATH         162 Engineering Calculus II                                     4
                                                                                                           Science (as advised)                                      3-4
                                                                                                           Elective                                                    6
       LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES:MATHEMATICS                                                                                                                        16-17

       AND SCIENCE - MATH OPTION                                                          SECOND YEAR
                                                                                          Fall Semester                                                       Credits
                                                                                          MATH         261 Engineering Calculus III                                    4
       High School Preparation: Successful completion through Pre-calculus is
                                                                                                           Electives**                                                12
       recommended, with an overall math average of at least a B.
                                                                                                                                                                       16
       Career/Transfer Opportunities: Career opportunities for Liberal Arts and
       Science: Mathematics and Science (Math option)--A student who completes            Spring Semester                                                     Credits
       the program with three semesters of calculus plus differential equations can       MATH         262 Differential Equations                                      4
       expect to transfer successfully as a junior in mathematics to most four year                        Electives**                                                12
       institutions. The great flexibility within this program permits students to work                                                                                16
       closely with faculty to tailor the program to meet their individual interests.
       Students can transfer into four-year programs other than mathematics such as       **Recommended electives include additional science and some exposure to
       mathematics education.                                                             computer programming. Technical courses are acceptable for elective credit.
                                                                                          At least one elective in the second year must be from the social sciences or the
       Graduation Requirements:                                                           humanities.
       Total hours required—64 credit hours
       GPA—2.00 overall and 2.00 in all mathematics courses. Student may transfer         LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES:MATHEMATICS
       no more than two (2) mathematics courses to Morrisville State College.             AND SCIENCE - BIOLOGY OPTION
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       Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement:                           The A.S. degree program provides students with a solid background in biology,
             •      Minimum of 6-9 hours of Humanities                                    chemistry and mathematics. Students may transfer directly into four-year
             •      Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of Social Science                       baccalaureate degree programs such as medical specialties, teaching, marine
             •      Minimum of 12 semester hours of Math and/or Science .                 biology, biotechnology and environmental science. In addition to excellent
       Total number of combined hours from lists Humanities and Social Science            transfer options, the Biology program enables students to seek employment in
       must be a minimum of 15. A total of 30 hours must come from the liberal            a variety of laboratory-based occupations.
       arts and sciences.
                                                                                          Students can decide after their first semester which biological science program
       SUNY General Education—A minimum of one course is required from seven              suits them best: Liberal Arts and Sciences: Mathematics and Science- Biology
       (7) out of the following ten (10) general education areas:                         Option, or Health-Related Studies.
             •     American History
             •     Basic Communication                                                    Admission Requirements
             •     Foreign Language                                                       High School: Required: minimum high school average of B- (at least a 79),
             •     Humanities                                                             2 years of high school math (through New York state Math B or algebra and
             •     Mathematics                                                            geometry) with at least a 75. General biology with at least an 80 and successful
             •     Natural Sciences                                                       completion of chemistry. Desired: Pre-calculus and physics. Students with a
             •     Other World Civilizations                                              high school average of B- or better and a high school diploma who lack one or
             •     Social Science                                                         more requirements for the Biology option will be considered for the Pre-Science
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preparatory semester (or full year depending on their academic backgrounds).        BIOL         120 General Biology I                                          4
Such students must work closely with their advisor to assess their progress. Pre-   BIOL         235 Microbiology I                                             4
Science students who successfully complete this preparatory semester/year with                                                                                  18
a 2.5 grade point average will then be admitted to the Liberal Arts and Science:    Spring Semester
Mathematics and Science-Biology option.                                             ENGL               English (as advised)                                     3
                                                                                    MATH               Mathematics (as advised)                                 3
Career Opportunities: Students may transfer directly into four-year                 CHEM         122   General College Chemistry                                3
baccalaureate degree programs such as medical specialties, teaching, marine         CHEM        122L   Lab for CHEM 122                                         1
biology, biotechnology and environmental science. In addition to excellent          BIOL         121   General Biology II                                       4
transfer options, the Biology program enables students to seek employment in        BIOL         236   Microbiology II                                          4
a variety of laboratory-based occupations.                                                                                                                      18

Transfer Opportunities: Cornell University (B.S. in Biology and Society; B.S.
                                                                                    SECOND YEAR
in Biological Sciences, B.S. in Nutritional Sciences); Alfred University (B.S. in   Fall Semester                                                     Credits
Molecular Life Sciences); SUNY Oneonta (B.S. in Biology, B.S. in Secondary                             Social Science (as advised)***                          3
Education, B.S. in Biology with Ecology or Field Biology); SUNY Plattsburgh         CHEM         241   Organic Chemistry I                                     3
(B.S. in Biology); University of Hawaii at Hilo (B.A. in Biology, Natural           CHEM        241L   Lab for CHEM 241                                        1
Sciences or Marine Science; B.S. from the College of Agriculture, Forestry          BIOL         102   Botany                                                  3
and Natural Resource Management in Animal Sciences, Agro-ecology and                BIOL         150   Human Anatomy and Physiology I                          4
Environmental Quality, Agribusiness, Aquaculture, Crop Protection, General                             Elective (optional)**                                 2-4
Agriculture, or Tropical Horticulture)                                                                                                                      14-18
                                                                                    Spring Semester
Graduation Requirements                                                                                Social Science (as advised)****                         3
Total hours required: 67                                                            CHEM         242   Organic Chemistry II                                    3
GPA: 2.0                                                                            CHEM        242L   Lab for CHEM 242                                        1
Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement                             BIOL         260   Principles of Zoology                                   4
     •	    Minimum of 30 semester hours as follows                                  BIOL         151   Human Anatomy and Physiology II                         4
     •	    Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of humanities                                                 Electives (optional)**                                2-3
     •	    Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of social science                                                                                                  17-18
     •	    Minimin of 12 semester hours of math and/or science                      Suggested Electives
     •	    SUNY General Education: minimum of 7 SUNY                                BIOL         300   Cancer Biology                                        2-3
           General Education courses (as advised)                                   BIOL         405   Basic Immunology                                        3
     •	    Proficiencies (Demonstrated proficiency through                          BIOL         230   Human Genetics                                          3
           MATH 151 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus I                              BIOL         240   Intro to Genetic Engineering                            4
                                                                                    CHEM         361   Biochemistry                                            3
Program Learning Outcomes                                                           CITA         100   Introduction to Computer Concepts and
    •	   Successful students will graduate with a strong science-                                      Applications                                             2
         related background emphasizing biological sciences,                        ENGL         112   Technical Communications                                 3
         chemistry and mathematics so the can be accepted as transfer               ENVT         100   Intro to Environmental Technology                        3
         students into a related program at the Bachelor’s level.                   PHYS         127   General Physics I                                        4
    •	   Faculty advisors will carefully monitor student progress in                PHYS         128   General Physics II                                       4
         the curriculum and in General Education requirements.
                                                                                    * Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 151 - Analytic Geometry and
Required Core Courses                                               Credits         Calculus I is required for this program. The normal starting point is MATH
BIOL         102    Botany                                                    3     103 (or higher).
BIOL         120    General Biology I                                         4     **Select a three-credit course from a new SUNY General Education content
BIOL         121    General Biology II                                        4     area: Basic Communications, Foreign Language, Humanities, or The Arts
BIOL         150    Human Anatomy and Physiology I                            4     ***Social Science course from required SUNY General Education Social
BIOL         151    Human Anatomy and Physiology II                           4     Science content area
BIOL         235    Microbiology I                                            4     ****Social Science course from required SUNY General Education American
BIOL         236    Microbiology II                                           4     History, Western Civilization, or other World Civilizations content area


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BIOL         260    Principles of Zoology                                     4
CHEM         121    General College Chemistry I                               3
CHEM        121L    Lab for CHEM 121                                          1
                                                                                    LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES:MATHEMATICS
CHEM         122    General College Chemistry                                 3     AND SCIENCE - CHEMISTRY OPTION
CHEM        122L    Lab for CHEM 122                                          1
CHEM         241    Organic Chemistry I                                       3     Program Description: In addition to excellent transfer options, the Chemistry
CHEM        241L    Lab for CHEM 241                                          1     program also provides the chemical knowledge needed in other sciences, and
CHEM         242    Organic Chemistry II                                      3     the technical competence necessary to find employment as technicians in
CHEM        242L    Lab for CHEM 242                                          1     industry.

                        Sample Study Plan                                           Admission Requirements
                                                                                    High School : Required: minimum high school average in the B range, high
FIRST YEAR                                                                          school diploma, three units of defined math plus chemistry. Desired: one
Fall Semester                                                       Credits         additional unit of defined math, pre-calculus, biology and physics.
ENGL             English (as advised)                                         3
MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                                    3     Career Opportunities: Graduates work in fields such as: pharmaceuticals,
CHEM         121 General College Chemistry I                                  3     foods, environmental analysis, plastics, polymers, petroleum, paints,
CHEM        121L Lab for CHEM 121                                             1     photographics, textiles, and as research assistants. Many of them also elect to
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       continue their education part-time at company expense.                          SECOND YEAR
                                                                                       Fall Semester                                                      Credits
       Transfer Opportunities: SUNY College of Environmental Science and                                  Social Science                                           3
       Forestry (B.S. in Chemistry); SUNY Oswego (B.S. in Chemistry); SUNY             CHEM         241   Organic Chemistry I                                      3
       Oneonta (B.S. in Chemistry; B.S. in Secondary Education); Rochester Institute   CHEM        241L   Lab for CHEM 241                                         1
       of Technology (B.S. in Chemistry; B.S. in Biochemistry)                         CHEM         321   Quantitative Analysis                                    2
                                                                                       CHEM        321L   Lab for CHEM 321                                         2
       Graduation Requirements                                                                            Electives***                                           3-6
       Total hours required: 64                                                                                                                                 14-17
       GPA :2.0
       Liberal Arts and Science Local DistributionRequirement: Minimum of 30
                                                                                       Spring Semester                                                    Credits
       semester hours as follows:
                                                                                                        Social Science                                             3
                  *Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of Humanities
                                                                                       CHEM         242 Organic Chemistry II                                       3
                  * Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of Social Science
                                                                                       CHEM        242L Lab for CHEM 242                                           1
                  * Minimum of 12 semester hours of Math and/or Science
                                                                                                        Electives***                                            7-10
                  * Minimum of 15 total.
                                                                                                                                                                14-17
       SUNY General Education: Students must complete 7 of the 10 required
       areas.                                                                          * Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 152 - Analytic Geometry and
       Proficiencies: Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 152; ENGL 102              Calculus II is required for this program.
                                                                                       ** CHEM 141/142 preferred (CHEM 121/122 (as advised) by chemistry)
       Program Learning Outcomes:                                                      *** Chosen from SUNY General Education content areas: Foreign Language,
           •	   To meet the transfer requirement for entrance                          The Arts, Social Science, American History, Western Civilization, or other
                as a junior in a four-year program                                     World Civilizations content areas
           •	   To meet the American Chemical Society’s recommendations
                for a two-year program in Chemistry                                    .
                                                                                       Recommended Electives
       Required Core Courses                                            Credits        Fall Semester                                      Credits
       CHEM        141    Chemical Principles I (or advised)**                   3     MATH 261 Engineering Calculus III                        4
       CHEM       141L    Lab for CHEM 141                                       1     MATH 262 Differential Equations                          4
       CHEM        142    Chemical Principles II (or advised)**                  3     BIOL     120 General Biology I                           4
       CHEM       142L    Lab for CHEM 142                                       1
                                                                                       BIOL     235 Microbiology I                              4
       CHEM        241    Organic Chemistry I                                    3
       CHEM       241L    Lab for CHEM 241                                       1     BIOL     236 Microbiology II                             4
       CHEM        242    Organic Chemistry II                                   3     COSC     111 Intro to Computer Science                   3
       CHEM       242L    Lab for CHEM 242                                       1     CHEM 361 Biochemistry                                    3
       CHEM        321    Quantitative Analysis                                  2     BIOL     102 Botany: Form and Function of Seed Plants    3
       CHEM       321L    Lab for CHEM 321                                       2     ENGL     112 Technical Communication                     3
                                                                                       ELEC     100 Electrical Theory IA (D.C. Theory)          4
       Required Other                                                                  ELEC     122 Electronics IA (Electronic Devices)         4
       PHYS         127 General Physics I                                        4
       PHYS         128 General Physics II                                       4

       Required SUNY General Education:                                                LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES: MATHEMATICS
       ENGL       101 Composition and Research                                   3     AND SCIENCE - PHYSICS OPTION
       ENGL       102 Writing About Literature                                   3     Program Description: The Physics Option prepares a student to complete a
       5 other SUNY Gen Ed courses (as advised).                                       bachelor’s degree in physics or other related technical areas. The principals of
                                                                                       physics, the scientific study of matter and energy and how they interact with
                              Sample Study Plan                                        each other, are used in many fields.
       FIRST YEAR                                                                      Admissions Requirements: Minimum high school average of B- (at least an
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       Fall Semester                                                    Credits        80), four years of high school math (through New York State Math B or algebra,
       ENGL        101 Composition and Research                                  3     trigonometry and geometry) with at least a 75 and three years of science. Pre-
       MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                                 3     calculus and physics highly desired.
       CHEM        141 Chemical Principles I (or advised)**                      3
       CHEM       141L Lab for CHEM 141                                          1     Career Opportunities: Career opportunities may be found in research
       PHYS        127 General Physics I                                         4     facilities, engineering firms, drug and pharmaceutical firms, manufacturers,
                       Elective                                                  3     and environmental and analytical labs. A bachelor’s degree or advanced degree
                                                                                 17    will allow a student to go into pure research, industrial applications, research
       Spring Semester                                                                 and development, or a management career in the technical industries. There
       ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                                  3     are also opportunities for teaching, and a student can satisfy requirements for
       MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                                  3     entrance into a pre-law, pre-med, or pre-dental program.
       CHEM        142 Chemical Principles II (or advised)**                     3
       CHEM       142L Lab for CHEM 142                                          1     Transfer Opportunities: Most positions in Physics require the completion
       PHYS        128 General Physics II                                        4     of a bachelor’s or advanced degree. A student who completes the program
                       Elective                                                  3     shown below, with a good record, can expect to transfer successfully to a
                                                                                 17    bachelor degree program. The available electives allow one to tailor a program
                                                                                       and match a specific college if desired, or move toward areas of engineering,
                                                                                       biology, or computers. The basic courses are compatible with all four-year
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programs in Physics.                                                     CHEM        241L   Lab for CHEM 241                                          1
                                                                         CHEM         321   Quantitative Analysis                                     3
Graduation Requirements:                                                 CHEM        321L   Lab for CHEM 321                                          1
    •	   67 credits                                                      BIOL         120   General Biology I                                         4
    •	   7 SUNY General Education requirements
    •	   At least 3 hours of electives must be from                      Spring Semester
          Social Sciences or Humanities                                  CHEM         242 Organic Chemistry II                                        3
                                                                         CHEM        242L Lab for CHEM 242                                            1
                                                                         ENGR         135 Computing and Numerical
Required Courses                                              Credits                     Techniques for Science                                      3
PHYS     157 University Physics I (Mechanics)                       4
                                                                         ENGR         210 Intro Electrical Systems                                    3
PHYS     158 University Physics II (Sound & Thermodynamics)         4
                                                                         BIOL         120 General Biology I                                           4
PHYS     267 University Physics III (Electricity & Magnetism)       4
                                                                         BIOL         121 General Biology II                                          4
PHYS     268 University Physics IV (Optics & Modern Physics)        4
                                                                         BIOL         240 Introduction to Genetic Engineering                         4
MATH     161 Engineering Calculus I                                 4
MATH     162 Engineering Calculus II                                4
                                                                         *At least 3 hours of electives must be from Social Sciences or Humanities.
MATH     261 Engineering Calculus III                               4
MATH     262 Differential Equations                                 4
CHEM 121/141 College Chemistry I / Chemical Principles I            3    LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES: MATHEMATICS
CHEM    121L Lab for CHEM 121/141                                   1    AND SCIENCE - PRE-SCIENCE PREPARATORY
CHEM 122/142 College Chemistry II/ Chemical Principles II           3    SEMESTER/YEAR
CHEM    122L Lab for CHEM 122/142                                   1
                                                                         Students who do not meet the admission requirements for the Liberal Arts
                       Sample Study Plan                                 and Science: Mathematics and Science A.S. - Biology; Chemistry; Physics;
FIRST YEAR                                                               Health-Related transfer curricula; Sports, Nutrition, and Fitness Management
Fall Semester                                                 Credits    program may enter this preparatory program. Students may be required to
ENGL            English (as advised)                                3    complete a full preparatory semester or a year, depending upon their academic
MATH        161 Engineering Calculus I                              4    backgrounds, and must work closely with their advisor to assess their progress.
CHEM        121 General College Chemistry I                         3
CHEM       121L Lab for CHEM 121                                    1    High School Preparation: Students with a high school average of B- or
-or-                                                                     better and a high school diploma who lack one or more requirements for the
CHEM        141 Chemical Principles I                               3    related degree programs will be considered for this preparatory program. Such
CHEM       141L Lab for CHEM 141                                    1    students work closely with their advisor to assess their progress. Pre-Science
PHYS        157 University Physics I (Mechanics)                    4    students who successfully complete this preparatory semester/year with a 2.5
                                                                    15   grade point average will then be admitted to the Liberal Arts and Science:
Spring Semester                                                          Mathematics and Science A.S.-Biology, Chemistry, or Physics option.
ENGL            English (as advised)                                3
MATH        162 Engineering Calculus II                             4                           Sample Study Plan
CHEM        122 General College Chemistry II                        3    Fall Semester**                                                   Credits
CHEM       122L Lab for CHEM 122                                    1    ENGL            English (as advised)                                       3
- or -                                                                   MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                                   3
CHEM        142 Chemical Principles II                              3    SCIENCE ((as advised); BIOL, CHEM, PHYS)                                 3-8
CHEM       142L Lab for CHEM 142                                    1    GNED      100 First Year Experience                                        2
PHYS        158 University Physics II (Sound & Thermodynamics)      4                    Elective (as advised)                                    1-3
                Electives*                                          3                                                                            12-19
                                                                    18
                                                                         Spring Semester (If required)
SECOND YEAR                                                              ENGL            English (as advised)                                    3
Fall Semester                                                 Credits    MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                                3
                Social Science                                      3    SCIENCE((as advised); BIOL, CHEM, PHYS)                               3-8
MATH        261 Engineering Calculus III                            4                    Elective (as advised)                                 1-3


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PHYS        267 University Physics III (Electricity & Magnetism)    4                                                                        10-17
                Electives*                                          6    **Some course credits may not count toward graduation but do count for
                                                                    17   financial aid.
Spring Semester
                Social Science                                      3    Suggested Electives
MATH        262 Differential Equations                              4    CITA         100 Introduction to Computer Concepts
PHYS        268 University Physics IV (Optics & Modern Physics)     4                     and Applications                                            2
                Electives*                                          6    GNED         102 Practical Study Skills                                      1
                                                                    17   GNED         103 Reading Comprehension                                       1
Recommended Electives                                                    GNED         105 Skills for the Adult Returning Student                      1
Fall Semester                                                            GNED         110 College and Career Planning Skills                          1
CHEM        241 Organic Chemistry I                                 3    GNED         111 College Skills for Mature Adults                            3
                                                                                          Social Science (as advised)                                 3
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       LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES:                                                          Program Learning Outcomes
                                                                                               •	   Prepare students to transfer to and graduate from a
       TEACHER EDUCATION                                                                            teacher-education program at a four-year college
                                                                                               •	   Prepare students to become eventually certified teachers and
       TRANSFER—CHILDHOOD, EARLY                                                                    help alleviate the teacher shortage, especially in high-need areas

       CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE                                                               •	   Comply with SUNY templates for transfer/articulation
                                                                                                    into four-year college teacher education programs
       A.S., A.A.—CODE #1802, 1803, 1804                                                   Required Courses
                                                                                           Core courses                                                   11 credits
       The Teacher Education Transfer program is designed to help students                 PSYC        101 Introduction to Psychology                                    3
       explore their interest in a career in teaching at the elementary or secondary       EDU         101 Introduction to Teaching                                      1
       levels. Students have the opportunity to become familiar with current issues        EDU         201 Foundations of Education                                      3
       and employment opportunities in this field and to do forty hours of guided          EDU         202 Guided Fieldwork in Education                                 1
       fieldwork area schools beginning in their first semester in the program.            Early Childhood and Childhood options:
                                                                                           PSYC        241 Child Development                                             3
       Students choose one of three programs, depending on the grade level of the          Adolescence option:
       students they will eventually become certified to teach: Early Childhood, (birth    PSYC        242 Adolescent Development                                        3
       through grade 2), Childhood, (Grades 1-6), or Adolescence (Grades 7-12).
                                                                                           Core courses required in the concentration
       Students in these degree programs also have a concentration. Morrisville State      ENGLISH (Early Childhood, Childhood, Adolescence)
       College offers five concentrations: English, History/Social Studies (each leading
                                                                                           (9 Credits)
       to the Associate in Arts degree); Math, Biology, Chemistry (each leading to the
       Associate in Science degree).
                                                                                           One course from the following:
                                                                                           ENGL         203 American Literature to 1900                                  3
                                                                                           ENGL         204 American Literature 1800 to the Present                      3
       Admission Requirements
       English, History and Social Studies concentrations                                  One course from the following:
       Minimum high school average of 83,                                                  ENGL         205 English Literature to 1800                                   3
       Minimum of 70 in NYS Math B or Algebra and Geometry                                 ENGL         206 English Literature 1800 to the Present                       3
       Two years of Science (earth science, biology, chemistry or physics)                 One course from the following:
       Minimum average of 83 in English                                                    ENGL         211 Black American Writers                                       3
       Minimum average of 83 in history                                                    HUMN         223 Native American Studies                                      3

       Math Concentration                                                                  HISTORY (Early Childhood and Childhood) (12 Credits)
       Minimum high school average of 73                                                   Two courses from the following:
       Minimum high school average of 78 in at least four years of math                    HIST        101 United States History to 1800                                 3
       Pre-calculus                                                                        HIST        102 U.S. History 1800 to 1900                                     3
       Desired AP Calculus                                                                 HIST        103 U.S. History from 1900-Present                                3
       Chemistry Concentration                                                             One course from the following
       Minimum high school average of 83                                                   HIST        161 European History to 1648                                      3
       Chemistry                                                                           HIST        162 European History from 1500                                    3
       Three years of math (through pre-calculus preferred)                                One course form the following
       Biology                                                                             HIST        220 African American History                                      3
       Physics                                                                             HIST        225 Women in the United States                                    3

       Biology Concentration
                                                                                           SOCIAL STUDIES (Adolescence) (15 Credits)
       Required: minimum high school average of B- (at least a 79), 2 years of high
                                                                                           POLI        101 American National Government                                  3
       school math (through New York state Math B or algebra and geometry) with
                                                                                           ECON        100 Introduction to Macroeconomics                                3
       at least a 75. General biology with at least an 80 and successful completion of
                                                                                           ECON        140 Introduction to Microeconomics                                3
       chemistry. Desired: Pre-calculus and physics.
                                                                                           Two courses from the following
                                                                                           HIST        101 United States History to 1800                                 3
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       Career Opportunities
                                                                                           HIST        102 U.S. History 1800 to 1900                                     3
       This degree is designed to give students a introductory exposure to the
                                                                                           HIST        103 U.S. History from 1900-Present                                3
       profession of teaching at the primary and secondary levels. On completion of
       the associate degree, program graduates will go on to complete a bachelor degree
       in education at a transfer institution and to work in the field as a teacher.
                                                                                           MATH (Early Childhood, Childhood, Adolescence) (12
                                                                                           Credits)
       Transfer Opportunities                                                              MATH         145   Discrete Mathematics                                       3
       Students who successfully complete this program transfer to a variety of            MATH         149   Elementary Linear Algebra                                  3
       education programs both with the SUNY system and in private colleges and            MATH         151   Analytic Geometry and Calculus I                           3
       universities.                                                                       MATH         152   Analytic Geometry and Calculus II                          3

       Graduation Requirements                                                             BIOLOGY (Early Childhood, Childhood, Adolescence)
       Total Hours: 64                                                                     (20 Credits)
       GPA: 2.7                                                                            BIOL        120 General Biology I (includes laboratory                        4
       Local Distribution: 30 credits minimum (AS options); 45 credits minimum             BIOL        121 General Biology II (includes laboratory)                      4
       (AA option)                                                                         BIOL        235 Microbiology I (includes laboratory)                          4
       SUNY General Education: 30 credits minimumMath Proficiency: MATH                    CHEM        121 General College Chemistry I                                   3
       102 or higher                                                                       CHEM       121L Laboratory for General College Chemistry I                    1
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CHEM
CHEM
            122 General College Chemistry II
           122L Laboratory for General College Chemistry II
                                                                      3
                                                                      1
                                                                           MASSAGE THERAPY A.A.S.—CODE
                                                                           # 1342
CHEMISTRY (Early Childhood, Childhood, Adolescence)
(21 Credits)                                                               The associate in applied science degree in Massage Therapy is designed
CHEM        121    General College Chemistry I                        3    to prepare students for the practice of the profession of Massage Therapy.
CHEM       121L    Laboratory for General College Chemistry I         1    Licensed massage therapists are independent health care professionals who
CHEM        122    General College Chemistry II                       3    provide services through the skilled manipulation of the soft structures of the
CHEM       122L    Laboratory for General College Chemistry II        1    body focusing on both prevention and treatment.
CHEM        241    Organic Chemistry I                                3
CHEM       241L    Laboratory for Organic Chemistry I                 1    The goals of the program are to provide students with:
CHEM        242    Organic Chemistry II                               3         •	 The	knowledge	and	skills	necessary	for	licensure	and	
CHEM       242L    Laboratory for CHEM 242 Organic Chemistry II       1            employment as a beginning massage therapist practitioner
MATH        151    Analytic Geometry and Calculus I                   3            according to the NYS Office of the Professions
MATH        152    Analytic Geometry and Calculus II                  3         •	 Awareness	of	professional,	legal,	and	management	practice	issues
                                                                                •	 The	requisite	courses	in	liberal	arts,	mathematics	and	sciences	
                                                                                   required for an A.A.S. degree at Morrisville State College
Required Other (3 credits)
Foreign Language in addition to SUNY General Education Requirement    3
                                                                           Students completing the A.A.S. degree will be academically prepared to meet
                                                                           the licensure requirements as specified by the New York State Education
SUNY General Education Requirements (31 Credits)                           Department.
(may be fulfilled in Core Courses Required for Concentration)
Mathematics                                                                Graduates seeking licensure in New York state must apply for and pay an
Natural Sciences                                                           examination fee. Licensure is based upon the successful completion of the
Social Sciences PSYC 101                                                   massage therapy exam and the ability to answer questions to establish “good
American History                                                           moral character.” Anyone who has been convicted of/and or charged with a
Western Civilization                                                       felony or misdemeanor in any state or country, surrendered a license or been
Other World Civilizations                                                  found guilty or charged with professional misconduct, unprofessional conduct,
Humanities ENGL 102                                                        incompetence or negligence, will be subject to a review by an investigator for
The Arts                                                                   the Office of Professional Discipline and may experience problems or delays
Foreign Language (6 credits)                                               with the licensing process .Inquiries should be directed to the Division of
Basic Communication ENGL 101                                               Professional Licensing Services, Office of the Professions, New York State
 * requirement met by required core course                                 Education Department.

                                                                           Students receive instruction in general studies, sciences and massage history,
                       Sample Study Plan                                   theory and techniques. A student must maintain a 2.0 grade point average to
                                                                           remain in good standing. To progress to the next sequential course, a student
FIRST YEAR                                                                 must achieve a minimum grade of C in all massage therapy and biology
Fall Semester                                                   Credits    courses.
EDU          101   Introduction to Teaching                           1
PSYC         101   Introduction to Psychology (SUNY Gen Ed)           3    Students accepted into the program must submit a complete physical
ENGL         101   Composition and Research (SUNY Gen Ed)             3    examination and proof of immunizations as required by the Public Health Law
MATH         102   Intermediate Algebra w/Trig. (SUNY Gen Ed)         3    due to affiliations with area health care facilities. Students are to adhere to
                   Foreign Language I (SUNY Gen Ed)                   3    the same requirements as employees. Students must demonstrate the strength,
HIST               World History to 1600 (SUNY Gen Ed)                3    mobility and manual dexterity to perform in all laboratory/clinical settings in
                                                                      16   order to maintain the safety of clients and meet performance standards.
Spring Semester
ENGL         102 Writing About Literature (SUNY Gen Ed)               3    All students must be covered by a health insurance policy in order to participate
PSYC         241 Child Development                                         in the laboratory/clinical portion of the program. If a student does not have
-or-                                                                       valid health insurance, the college provides information about procuring health
PSYC         242 Adolescent Development                               3    insurance.


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HIST             American History (SUNY Gen Ed)                       3
                 Course in Concentration                              3    Career Opportunities: Massage therapists may be self-employed or employed
                 Foreign Language II                                  3    in a variety of settings including the offices of chiropractors and physical
                                                                      15   therapists, destination and day spas, wellness centers, hospitals, hospice
SECOND YEAR                                                                programs, long-term care facilities, corporations, cruise ships, professional
Fall Semester                                                   Credits    athletic teams and performing arts companies.
                   Courses in Concentration                           6
HIST               Western Civilization (as advised)                  3    Admission Requirements/High School Preparation: minimum high school
                   Fine Arts (as advised)                             3    average of C to C+, Math A with a Regents score of 65; 1 unit each of
                   Science w/ Lab (SUNY Gen Ed)                       4    biology and chemistry, 3 years of English with a minimum average of 78 and
                                                                      16   a minimum of 72 on the English Regents Exam. Each student must provide
Spring Semester                                                            documentation of a full-body massage prior to enrolling in the program.
EDU          201 Foundations of Education                             3
EDU          202 Guided Field Work in Education                       1    Interested individuals with a GED and those lacking the admission
                 Courses in Concentration                             6    requirements will be advised on an individual basis as to how to meet the
                 Electives                                            7    requirements. Individuals lacking the admission requirements, yet desiring to
                                                                      17   pursue full-time enrollment status, will be enrolled in the Liberal Arts/Science
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       major for one year in order to complete the courses required for enrollment in
       the Massage Therapy program.
                                                                                        MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
                                                                                        TECHNOLOGY A.A.S.—CODE #0493
       The New York State Department of Education allows the transfer of 250 hours
       previously completed massage therapy course work. A transfer student will be     Mechanical Engineering Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum
       expected to submit comprehensive course descriptions and transcripts from        in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       his/her previous massage school(s). Each case is individually evaluated.
                                                                                        Mechanical Engineering Technology applies almost universally to industry and
                              Sample Study Plan                                         engineering technology. It is oriented to production and is concerned with
                                                                                        such areas as quality control, plant layout, product and material testing, plant
       FIRST YEAR                                                                       maintenance, inspection/testing as well as product design and manufacturing
       Fall Semester                                                     Credits        engineering technology.
       MAST         101   Oriental Anatomy and Physiology                         3
       MAST         102   Western Massage I                                       4     The curriculum emphasizes such courses as machine design, materials,
       BIOL         135   Myology I                                               3     manufacturing processes, and computer application along with general
       BIOL         150   Anatomy and Physiology I                                4     education courses. It is a laboratory oriented program that provides a wide
       ENGL         101   Composition and Research                                3     selection of courses in CAD, machining, basic electricity, machine design and
                                                                                  17    manufacturing processes. A hands-on equipment philosophy applies from
       Spring Semester                                                                  drafting to machining to hydraulics. Theory and practical work are coordinated
       MAST         103   Western Massage II                                      2     to give a thorough but broad understanding of the skills required by industry.
       MAST         104   Oriental Massage                                        2
       BIOL         136   Myology II                                              3     The program, which is TAC of ABET accredited, prepares the student to
       BIOL         151   Anatomy and Physiology II                               4     enter manufacturing or allied industries as a draftsman, designer, engineering
       BSAD        102*   Mathematics of Business                                 3     technician aide, laboratory technician, quality and production control
       PSYC         101   General Psychology                                      3     technician or as a technician in plant operation. Most mechanical engineering
                                                                                  17    technology graduates pursue a four-year degree in Mechanical Engineering
                                                                                        Technology, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, or Computer-Integrated
                                                                                        Manufacturing Technology.
       SECOND YEAR
       Fall Semester                                                     Credits        Accreditation: This program is accredited by TAC/ABET, the Technology
       MAST         201   Western Medical Massage                                 4     Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board of Engineering and
       MAST         202   Oriental Medical Massage                                4     Technology, 111 Market Place Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012,
       MAST         203   Professional Issues                                     1     telephone: 410-347-7700.
       BIOL         137   Neurology                                               4
                          Social Science elective                                 3     Career Opportunities: Design and drafting, engineering aide, laboratory
                                                                                  16    technician, quality and production control, plant engineering technician,
       Spring Semester                                                                  mechanical design, metal working, and foundry industries. Transfer to four-
       MAST         204   Massage Clinical Experience                             5     year programs.
       MAST         205   Senior Seminar                                          3
       MAST         100   CPR for Healthcare Providers                            1     High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the
       MAST         206   Professional Practice Issues                            2     C to C+ range, three units of defined math and two units of defined science.
       ENGL         112   Technical Communications                                3     Desired: one additional unit of defined math, physics, chemistry, mechanical
       -or-                                                                             drawing, and CAD. Students with less than the minimum requirements will
       ENGL         121 Introduction to Speech                                    3     be accepted on an individual basis after examination of their academic record;
                        Elective                                                  3     these students could expect an extended graduation date.
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                                                                                        Transfer Students – Transfer students academic background will be evaluated
       * Demonstrated proficiency or placement in MAGN 101, Elementary                  by the Mechanical Engineering technology department.
       Algebra, is required prior to this course.
                                                                                        Graduation Requirements
                                                                                        Total hours required – 71 credit hours
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                                                                                          Minimum of 6 semester hours Humanities (list A)
                                                                                        Minimum of 19 semester hours of Math and or Science (list B)
                                                                                        Minimum of 6 semester hours of Social Science (list C)
                                                                                        Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 151 - Analytic Geometry and
                                                                                        Calculus I, 8 credits of math and 8 credits of science. Normal starting point
                                                                                        for Mathematics courses is MATH 103.
                                                                                        The average of all grades in program core courses must be 2.0 or better.

                                                                                        Required Core Courses                                              Credits
                                                                                        CAD          184   Computer-Aided Drafting Mechanical Design                 2
                                                                                        CAD          186   3D Parametric Solid Modeling                              2
                                                                                        DRFT         151   Engineering Drawing I                                     2
                                                                                        DRFT         252   Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing                    2
                                                                                        MFG          206   CNC Machining                                             3
                                                                                        MFG          221   Manufacturing Processes I                                 3
                                                                                        MFG          240   Design/Manufacture Capstone                               3
                                                                                        MECH         101   Machine Tools                                             3
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MECH         120 Engineering Materials                                 3     Recommended Electives
MECH         211 Analytic Mechanics                                    3     MATH    141 Statistics                            3
MECH         212 Mechanical Design                                     4     MATH    152 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II     3
MECH         213 Strength of Materials                                 4     ENGT    100 Industrial Internship                 3
MECH         232 Basic Fluid Power - Mini                              1                 American History                      3
Two of the following three courses:                                                      Introduction to Psychology            3
MFG          110 Dimensional Metrology                                 2                 Introduction to Sociology             3
MFG          207 Quality Control                                       2                 Foreign Language                      3
MFG          208 Computer-Aided Manufacturing – Mastercam              2                 Western Civilization                  3
                                                                                         Introduction to Macro Economics       3
Additional Required Coursework                                Credits                    Introduction to Micro Economics       3
ENGL         101 Composition and Research                              3                 Environmental History                 3
ENGL         112 Technical Communications                              3
PHYS         107 Introductory Physics I                                4
PHYS         108 Introductory Physics II                               4
MATH         151 Analytic Geometry and Calculus                        3
One course from two of the following five areas.
                  American History                                     3
                  Other world Civilizations                            3
                  Social Science                                       3
                  Western Civilization                                 3

After completion of the program requirements a student will have completed
six of the ten SUNY General Education requirements for graduation from a
SUNY four year bachelors program.

                      Sample Study Plan
FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester                                                 Credits
ENGL        101 Composition and Research                               3
MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                              3
PHYS        107 Introductory Physics I                                 4
DRFT        151 Engineering Drawing I                                  2
MECH        101 Machine Tools                                          3
CAD         184 Computer-Aided Drafting Mechanical Design              2
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Spring Semester
MATH              Mathematics (as advised)*                            3
MECH        120   Engineering Materials                                3
MECH        211   Analytic Mechanics                                   3
CAD         186   3D Parametric Solid Modeling                         2
PHYS        108   Introductory Physics II                              4
ENGL        112   Technical Communications                             3
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SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester                                                 Credits
MATH              Mathematics (as advised)*                            3
ELEC        192   Introduction to Electrical Machines                  3
MECH        213   Strength of Materials                                4
MFG         221   Manufacturing Processes I                            3


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MFG         206   CNC Machining                                        3
DRFT        252   Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing               2
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Spring Semester
                    General education electives                        6
MECH         212 Mechanical Design                                     4
MFG          240 Design/Manufacture Capstone                           3
MECH         232 Basic Fluid Power - Mini                              1
Technical Electives (2 out of 3 below)
MFG          207 Quality Control                                       2
MFG          110 Dimensional Metrology                                 2
MFG          208 Computer-Aided Manufacturing – Mastercam              2
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       NATURAL RESOURCES                                                                       NATR
                                                                                               NATR
                                                                                                           210
                                                                                                           213
                                                                                                                 Dendrology
                                                                                                                 Computer Assisted and Photogrammetric Mapping
                                                                                                                                                                    3
                                                                                                                                                                    1
       CONSERVATION A.A.S.—CODE                                                                NATR        250   Aquatic Ecology                                    3
                                                                                               ENSC        102   Botany-Form and Function of Seed Plants            3
       #0617                                                                                   ENVT        100   Introduction to Environmental Technology           3
                                                                                               AGEN        103   Natural Resource Equipment Operation               2
       The Natural Resources Conservation curriculum provides fundamental training             AGRO        110   Soil Science                                       3
       in ecology, fish and wildlife, forestry, outdoor recreation and related subjects.                         Technical Elective                                 3
       Students receive a broad-based education with an emphasis on practical, hands-
       on experience. College, state and county properties provide a wide assortment           ONE of the following TWO courses:
       of opportunities for field experiences such as fish surveys, trail building, wildlife   NATR        142 Plane Surveying                                      3
       habitat improvement and forest surveys and management.                                  AGEN        110 Small Power Equipment                                2

       Career Opportunities: Parks, forestry, arboriculture, fisheries and wildlife            Three of the following four courses:
       management. Soil conservation service, conservation officer, forestry technician,       NATR         232 Wildlife Ecology and Management                     3
       forest ranger, environmental consultant, water and wastewater treatment plant           NATR         252 Fish Ecology and Management                         3
       operator.                                                                               NATR         215 Practices of Silviculture                           3
                                                                                               NATR         112 Forest Protection                                   3
       Admission Requirements: Required: minimum high school average in the
       C to C+ range, two units each of defined math and science. Desired: one                 REQUIRED COMPUTER COURSES
       additional unit of defined math and science                                             OFFT        110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                 1

       Graduation requirements: Students in the Natural Resources Conservation                 GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
       major must complete a minimum of 64 credit hours of course work and all of              GNED          104 Basic Research Methods                             1
       the requirements listed below.                                                          ENGL              (as advised) to meet Gen Ed comm. requirements     6
                                                                                               Social sciences:  (as advised) to meet two Gen Ed requirements       6
       SUNY General Education Requirements: The SUNY general education
       requirements do not apply for students in AAS degrees. However, students
       who intend to transfer to another SUNY institution or pursue the B. Tech.                                    Sample Study Plan
       program in Renewable Resources Technology should work with their academic               FIRST YEAR
       advisor to complete at least five of the general education requirement areas            Fall Semester                                                Credits
       (see catalog section titled Academic Information: SUNY General Education                NATR        100 Introduction to Forestry and
       Requirements).                                                                                          Natural Resources                                    3
                                                                                               NATR        144 Seminar in Environmental Resources I                 1
       Math Proficiency:        demonstrated Proficiency through MAGN 101 -                    ENSC        102 Botany-Form and Function of Seed Plants              3
       Elementary Algebra                                                                      ENVT        100 Introduction to Environmental Technology             3
                                                                                                               Mathematics (as advised)*                            3
       Program Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, and                          ENGL            (as advised)                                         3
       according to the particular concentration of this major, a successful graduate                                                                               16
       will be able to:
                                                                                               Spring Semester
             •	    Describe the state of the natural resources profession
                                                                                               NATR        110   Natural Resources Measurements                     3
                   and potential career opportunities.
                                                                                               NATR        101   General Ecology                                    3
             •	    Conduct himself/herself in a manner consistent with
                                                                                               AGEN        103   Natural Resource Equipment Operation               2
                   an embodied sense of conservation stewardship.
                                                                                               NATR        115   Forest Ecology                                     3
             •	    Deal professionally and ethically with clients,
                                                                                               OFFT        110   Introduction to Spreadsheet Software               1
                   the public, and agency personnel.
                                                                                               AGRO        110   Soil Science                                       3
             •	    Utilize oral and computer communication skills
                                                                                               GNED        104   Basic Research Methods                             1
                   necessary to interact in the profession.
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             •	    Demonstrate advanced knowledge and competency
                   in taxonomy and natural history.                                            SECOND YEAR
             •	    Demonstrate hands-on experience in natural resource                         Fall Semester                                                Credits
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                   sampling, inventory, and measurement techniques.                            NATR        120 Introduction to Recreation Area Management           3
             •	    Demonstrate competency in utilizing geospatial technologies                 NATR        250 Aquatic Ecology                                      3
                   (Global Positioning System -- GPS, Geographic                               NATR        142 Plane Surveying                                      3
                   Information System -- GIS, and remote sensing).                                             -or-
             •	    Apply critical thinking and problem-solving                                 AGEN        110 Small Power Equipment                                 2
                   skills in natural resource conservation.                                    NATR        210 Dendrology                                            3
             •	    Utilize existing technology, products, and services                         ENGL            English 112, 121, or 102 (as advised)                 3
                   to maximize work efficiency and success.                                    HIST            101, 102, 103, or 104 (as advised)                    3
             •	    Practice a collaborative spirit in team-                                                                                                       17-18
                   efforts and project coordination.                                           Spring Semester
                                                                                               Three of the following four courses:
       REQUIED ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE COURSES                                                   NATR          232 Wildlife Ecology and Management                    3
       NATR          100    Introduction to Forestry and Natural Resources              3      NATR          252 Fish Ecology and Management                        3
       NATR          101    General Ecology                                             3      NATR          215 Practices of Silviculture                          3
       NATR          110    Natural Resources Measurements                              3      NATR          112 Forest Protection                                  3
       NATR          115    Forest Ecology                                              3      NATR          213 Computer Assisted and Photogrammetric
       NATR          120    Introduction to Recreation Area Management                  3                          Mapping                                          1
       NATR          144    Seminar in Environmental Resources I                        1
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                   Social Science (as advised)
                   Technical Elective
                                                                             3
                                                                             3
                                                                                   NURSING A.A.S.—CODE #0622
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                                                                                   It is the mission of the Division of Nursing to deliver a program that will
Electives                                                                          prepare registered professional nurses at the associate degree level who can
NATR         160   Principles of Arboriculture                              2      practice an evolving health care environment influenced by social, political,
NATR         161   Practices of Arboriculture                               1      economic and technical trends through lifelong learning based on nursing
HORT         241   Plant Protection                                         3      theory as well as the arts, sciences, and mathematics.
ENSC         106   Pesticide Use/Handling                                   2
CAD          181   Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting                  1      This program prepares individuals for a career as a Registered Professional
BIOL         235   Microbiology I                                           3      Nurse (RN). The program is accredited by the National League for Nursing
NATR         254   Fish Health and Management                               4      Accrediting Commission, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 500, Atlanta, GA
AGEN                                                                      2-3      30326 (404-975-5000), www.nlnac.org
ENSC         107 Integrated Pest Management                                 1
NATR         150 Aquaculture                                                3      First-year courses are offered on an evening schedule at the Norwich campus.
NATR         130 North American Waterfowl                                   1      Students should be advised that evening clinical experiences are dependent
                                                                                   upon enrollment and the schedule is subject to change.
FOREST TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                   The curriculum is compatible with the philosophy and conceptual framework
(One-plus-one program with SUNY College of
                                                                                   of the Division of Nursing and provides educational experiences that prepare
Environmental Science and Forestry)                                                a graduate to:
                                                                                        1. Synthesize nursing knowledge in managing the
The Department of Environmental Sciences offers a one-plus-one program in
                                                                                            holistic care of individuals in their environment who
cooperation with the State University College of Environmental Science and
                                                                                            have complex common health problems;
Forestry (ESF), providing the first year of a two-year program that is completed
                                                                                        2. Utilize the process of critical thinking to incorporate
at New York State Ranger School. The degree of associate in applied science in
                                                                                            the arts, sciences and humanities with nursing
Forest Technology is awarded upon graduation from ESF. The student must
                                                                                            knowledge to design and manage nursing care;
have 30 credits minimum at Morrisville State College to transfer. Only grades
                                                                                        3. Adhere to standards of professional nursing practice as defined
of C or better will transfer to New York State Ranger School. Admission must
                                                                                            by statute and professional nursing organizations;
be made to Morrisville State for the first year of enrollment and to ESF for
                                                                                        4. Incorporate appropriate and effective communication techniques
the second year. Applications to ESF for the New York State Ranger School
                                                                                            within professional and nurse client relationships;
Wanakena program may be made either while the student is a senior in high
                                                                                        5. Employ the use of technology in professional nursing practice;
school or during the first semester at Morrisville State. Further information is
                                                                                        6. Appreciate the value of continuing education and lifelong learning.
available from the College of Environmental Science and Forestry or from the
Director of Admissions at Morrisville State College
                                                                                   Program Outcomes
                                                                                   Graduates of the program
                                                                                        •     Will meet or exceed the New York pass rate
                                                                                              on the NCLEX-RN licensing exam.
                                                                                        •     Eighty percent of the graduates will be employed in nursing
                                                                                              and/or will be enrolled in a baccalaureate program.
                                                                                        •     Employers will be consistently satisfied
                                                                                              with the graduates’ performance.
                                                                                        •     Graduates will be consistently satisfied with their preparation
                                                                                              to practice as entry-level registered nurses working
                                                                                              independently within the scope of nursing practice in a
                                                                                              variety of health care settings and all levels of care.

                                                                                   Upon completion of the program, the graduate nurse receives the associate in
                                                                                   applied science degree and is eligible to take the National Council Licensure
                                                                                   Examination (NCLEX) for licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse.
                                                                                   Candidates for licensure must meet all requirements for licensure as determined
                                                                                   by the State Education Department In addition to meeting the educational

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                                                                                   requirements for the NCLEX; applicants must also answer questions
                                                                                   establishing “good moral character.” Anyone who has been convicted of/and or
                                                                                   charged with a ·felony ·misdemeanor ·professional misconduct ·unprofessional
                                                                                   conduct and/or ·negligence, in any state or country, may experience problems
                                                                                   or delays with the licensing process

                                                                                   Inquiries should be directed to the Division of Professional Licensing Services,
                                                                                   Offices of the Professions, New York State Education Department (www.
                                                                                   nysed.gov/nurse.htm). The application fees for licensure, due at the time of
                                                                                   application (ADNR 250) are approximately a total of $350 payable to the
                                                                                   testing vendor and State Education Department.

                                                                                   Morrisville State College offers a baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing.
                                                                                   First, students must complete the Associate Degree requirements. The nursing
                                                                                   program also has articulation agreements with SUNY Institute of Technology,
                                                                                   Utica/Rome, SUNY Health Science Center College of Nursing in Syracuse,
                                                                                   and LeMoyne College in Syracuse. The program also has a formal agreement
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       with SUNY Upstate Medical University College of Nursing which provides a           uniforms/special equipment-$150, lab kits $50-$100/ course in the first year,
       seamless transfer to the upper division program for identified senior students.    achievement tests-$160-120/semester (this includes the cost for NCLEX-
       Information is available from the school office in Bailey Annex.                   RN review materials)A transportation fee is required for travel to and from
                                                                                          the clinical sites for students utilizing this service. It is recommended that all
       Transportation is available from the Morrisville State College campus to area      students purchase student nurse malpractice insurance.
       hospitals and other health care facilities. Throughout the program, clinical
       experience is correlated with the theoretical content presented in the classroom   Prior to starting nursing courses, current certification in CPR for Health Care
       Each of these experiences is planned to meet the learning needs of the students.   Providers is required and must be maintained for the clinical components of all
       Students will need to provide their own transportation to clinical for the         nursing courses. Certification in community CPR is not adequate. Certification
       pre-ceptorship experience; the second half of Nursing IV (ADNR 250).               must be obtained prior to enrollment. All students must be covered by a health
                                                                                          insurance policy in order to participate in the clinical portion of the program.
       A student must maintain a 2.0 grade point average to remain in good standing.      If a student is not covered by a family plan, the college will provide information
       To progress to the next sequential nursing course, a student must achieve a        about purchasing a health care plan.
       minimum grade of C+ in each nursing course and a grade of at least C in
       anatomy and physiology courses. A mathematics course is not required. All          Health Requirements - All nursing students are required to have an annual
       nursing courses (through ADNR 210) require that each student pass mandatory        physical examination. This includes a Mantoux Test for tuberculosis, two
       math/medication proficiency exams.                                                 MMR’s which are additional to meeting the basic college health requirements,
                                                                                          a Rubella Titer and proof of immunity to Chicken Pox (documented history
       A minimum cumulative average of 2.5 is required for previous college               of disease or a varicella titer)It is recommended that nursing students become
       course work for admission into Nursing I and for readmission into the              immunized with the Hepatitis B Vaccine prior to enrolling in the nursing
       Nursing program. A student may only repeat any nursing course once, for a          program.
       maximum of two repeats for the entire curriculum. Repeats include instances
       of withdrawing/failing. Readmission to the program is on a “space available”       Nursing students are to adhere to the same public health laws and facility
       basis. In some instances a student seeking readmission will be required to meet    regulations as employees. Students must meet the facility health requirements
       with the associate dean of nursing to describe remedial actions undertaken and     and have the ability to meet clinical objectives with or without reasonable
       to address the factors that will enhance their success. It is the responsibility   accommodations Students must demonstrate:
       of the student to prove their behaviors have changed in a substantive fashion            1. The strength and manual dexterity to perform in all
       Students not satisfied with the decision resulting from this meeting, should                 laboratory and clinical settings and to maintain the safety
       address appeals to the Associate Dean and the Dean of the School of Science                  of clients without posing a threat to himself/herself.
       and Technology.                                                                          2. The visual, hearing and speech skills requisite to client assessment
                                                                                                    and professional performance including reading, recording client
       Advanced Standing - Graduate practical nurses and other qualified individuals                information, performing auscultatory exams, and performing
       may be admitted with advanced standing status. A variety of options are                      any and all other diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
       available. Practical nurses may waive Nursing IA and IB if licensed or with        Students with a suspected or documented latex hypersensitivity are responsible
       an overall average of 80 or better from a practical nurse program. A Licensed      for being tested (RAST test, occupational biologicals latex individual
       Practical Nurse may waive Nursing II(ADNR150) if he/she has two years of           allergen) prior to entering the program. The test results and a written plan of
       recent experience in acute medial-surgical nursing and successful completion       accommodation/treatment signed by a physician must accompany the annual
       of the Excelsior College Examination: Nursing Concepts 6. Students may also        physical examination.
       choose to take the Excelsior College examinations for anatomy and physiology,
       microbiology and developmental psychology for transfer credit. Further             Career Opportunities: Acute care hospitals, long-term care facilities, home
       information is available from the Associate Dean for Nursing. Prospective          care, community based agencies, and rehabilitative facilities.
       students interested in advanced standing status should schedule an advisement
       meeting with the Associate Dean of Nursing to determine readiness for entry        High School Preparation: minimum high school average of B, biology,
       into the program. LPN Transfer students are required to complete 21 credit         chemistry, Math A with a Regents score of 65 and 3 years of English with a
       hours at Morrisville State College for an A.A.S. degree in nursing.                minimum average of 78 and a minimum of 72 on the English Regents
                                                                                          Desired: one additional unit each of defined science and math
       Once an LPN has enrolled in a nursing course, they must progress from that
       course. If an LPN does not meet the progression requirements, they cannot                                  Sample Study Plan
       utilize the LPN license to waive that course.
                                                                                          FIRST YEAR
       Transfer and Non-Traditional Students - There are many people interested in        Fall Semester                                                        Credits
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       the nursing profession who are seeking a new career or entering college for the    ADNR         105    Fundamentals of Nursing IA                                 3
       first time Prospective students who find themselves in either category should      ADNR         110    Fundamentals of Nursing IB                                 4
       set up an advisement meeting with the associate dean of nursing to determine       BIOL         150    Human Anatomy and Physiology I                             4
       readiness for entry into the program. Transcripts will be evaluated on an          ENGL         101    Composition and Research                                   3
       individual basis-most students will enter the program at ADNR 150. Transfer        PSYC         101    General Psychology                                         3
       students are required to complete 30 credit hours for degree completion per                                                                                       17
       college policy.                                                                    Spring Semester
                                                                                          ADNR         150 Nursing Care of the Individual With Common
       Prior to admission, students who have been enrolled in nursing courses                              Health Problems                                               9
       at another institution must submit a letter of reference from the Dean or          BIOL         151 Human Anatomy and Physiology II                               4
       Associate Dean or Chairperson of that program to the Associate Dean of             PSYC         241 Child Development                                             3
       Nursing at Morrisville State College in order to determine the applicant’s past                                                                                   16
       performance and potential.

       There are Established enrollment numbers for each course. LPN’s and transfer
       students will be admitted until the defined enrollment number is met.

       Additional Expenses: The following are approximate additional expenses:
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SECOND YEAR                                                                   OFFICE ADMINISTRATION A.A.S.—
Fall Semester                                                   Credits
ADNR         210 Nursing Care of the Individual With Common                   CODE #1906
                 Complex Health Problems                                 9
BIOL         235 Microbiology I                                          4    Office Administration is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the
NUTR         108 Basic Nutrition                                         3    use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
                                                                         16
Spring Semester                                                               This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.
ADNR         250 Nursing Care of the Individual with Multiple
                 Common Complex Problems                                 8    The Office Administration program is designed to give the student a background
ADNR         251 Transition into Nursing Practice                        2    for office work in this electronic age. To supplement the regular program of
ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                                3    study, special features emphasize word processing, information processing and/
                 General Electives                                       3    or the opportunity to acquire specialized knowledge in the medical, corporate,
                                                                         16   office management, or information processing fields.
Students who do not meet the admission requirements for the Nursing
program may be admitted to the Liberal Arts/Science curriculum The high       Students in the Office Administration program will have the opportunity
school preparation required is a minimum of a C+ (78) average, one unit       to work with up-to-date computers and software. Students are prepared to
each of defined math and science A minimum cumulative average of 2.5 is       take the Mous certification tests, as well as State and Civil Service tests for
required for admission to Nursing Students who desire to be enrolled on a     keyboarding specialists or other more advanced state positions. Students are
full-time basis while completing prerequisite course work may be scheduled    encouraged to participate in an internship program their second year where
for the following suggested plan which includes six semesters                 they combine their education and interpersonal skills. Various Keyboarding,
                                                                              Word Processing I, Word Processing II and Business Math courses may be
                                                                              earned through articulation agreements between various high schools and
                       Sample Study Plan
                                                                              Morrisville State College.
FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester                                                   Credits       Distance learning courses are currently in place or are currently being
ENGL             English (as advised)                                    3    developed, in such courses as Business Communications, Office Management,
PSYC         101 Introduction to Psychology                              3    Administrative Support Staff Procedures, Accounting Information and
MATH             Mathematics (as advised)*                               3    Management Decisions and Introduction to Sociology. No previous business
BIOL             Biology (as advised)                                  3-4    education is required. Scheduling is flexible, with students being placed in
                                                                      12-13   courses according to the level of proficiency achieved in high school business
Spring Semester                                                               courses. Two credit hours may be earned by proficiency examination in
ENGL            English (as advised)                                     3    keyboarding (1 or 2 credits). Opportunities exist for students who wish to
BIOL            Biology**                                                4    take the Expert Mous certifications. Students are placed in the curriculum
CHEM        101 Basic Chemistry                                          3    with the appropriate courses that challenge their skills and enhance their
CHEM       101L Lab for Chemistry 101                                    1    learning experience. Graduates of the two-year Office Administration program
PSYC        241 Child Development                                        3    receive the associate in applied science degree. Credits may be transferred to
                                                                         14   Morrisville’s BBA (Business Administration Degree), our B. Tech. – Medical
* Students must demonstrate competency through MAGN 101Course                 Office Administration Degree or any other four-year institution toward
sequencing for the second and third semesters may be adjusted based on math   completion of programs in business teacher education, office management,
placement.                                                                    and related fields.
** Second semester students should register for BIOL 120 or 121 depending
on biology placement from the first semester.                                 Career Opportunities: Employment available in industry, small business,
                                                                              banking and finance, medicine, law, civil service, airlines, insurance,
SECOND YEAR                                                                   communications and foreign service.
Fall Semester                                                   Credits
ADNR         105   Fundamentals of Nursing IA                            3    High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average of C.
ADNR         110   Fundamentals of Nursing IB                            4    Desired: one unit each of defined math and science or business major.
BIOL         150   Human Anatomy and Physiology I                        4
NUTR         108   Basic Nutrition                                       3    Graduation Requirements: A total of 20 credit hours are required in
                                                                              humanities, mathematics or sciences and social sciences areas. A minimum

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                                                                              average of C in all Office Administration courses as well as an overall 2.0 gpa is
Spring Semester
                                                                              required for graduation. A total of 20 credit hours are required in humanities,
ADNR         150 Nursing Care of the Individual With
                                                                              mathematics or sciences and social sciences areas.
                 Common Health Problems                                  9
BIOL         151 Human Anatomy and Physiology II                         4
                                                                         13
                                                                              Required Office Administration Courses                               Credits
                                                                              (minimum 21 hours)
THIRD YEAR                                                                    OFFT      111 Keyboarding 1A                                                   1
Fall Semester                                                                 OFFT      112 Keyboarding 1B                                                   1
ADNR         210 Nursing Care of the Individual With Common                   OFFT      113 Keyboarding 2A                                                   1
                 Complex Health Problems                                 9    OFFT      114 Keyboarding 2B                                                   1
BIOL         235 Microbiology                                            4    OFFT      120 Document Design for Effective Communications                     3
                                                                         13   OFFT      130 Data Entry                                                       1
Spring Semester                                                               OFFT      135 Machine Transcription                                            2
ADNR         250 Nursing Care of the Individual With Multiple                 OFFT      210 Administrative Support State Procedures                          3
                 Common Complex Health Problems                          8    OFFT      216 Professional Office Practice                                     3
ADNR         251 Transition Into Nursing Practice                        2    OFFT      220 Document Design for Business Analysis                            3
                 Elective                                                3    OFFT      291 Office Technology Internship I                                   2
                                                                         13   OFFT      292 Office Technology Internship II                                  1
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       Required Accounting, Business & Computer Courses                      Available Business Electives
       (minimum 21 hours)                                                    BSAD         108   Business Law I
       ACCT      100 Accounting Info and Mgmt. Decisions                3    BSAD         116   Marketing
       BSAD      100 Business in the 21st Century                       3    BSAD         215   Human Resource Management
       BSAD      102 Business Math                                      3    BSAD         224   Managing Diversity in the Workplace
       BSAD      104 Organizational Behavior                            3    JOUR         270   Desktop Publishing
       -or-                                                                  OFFT         109   Intro. to Presentation Software
       BSAD      116 Business Organization and Management               3    OFFT         200   Medical Coding
       BSAD      140 Business Communications                            3    OFFT         201   Outpatient Billing
       BSAD           Business Elective                                 3    OFFT         202   Inpatient Billing
       CITA      100 Intro. to Computer Concepts and Applications       2    OFFT         218   Medical Office Procedures
       CITA      125 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications              1    OFFT         250   Medical Terminology
                                                                             OFFT         251   Office Management
       General Education Requirements
       (minimum 20 hours)                                                    Many of the above courses are offered both fall and spring semester.
       ENGL         101 Composition and Research                        3
       ENGL         102 Writing About Literature                        3
                           Math or Science Elective                     3
       Social Science Elective                                          3
       Social Science Elective                                          3
       Humanities/Math or Science/Social Science Elective               3


                   Sample Study Plan
       OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
       FIRST YEAR
       Fall Semester                                              Credits
       BSAD     100 Business in the 21st Century                        3
       BSAD     102 Mathematics of Business                             3
       CITA     100 Introduction to Computer Concepts and
                    Applications                                        2
       ENGL     101 Composition and Research                            3
       OFFT 111/112 Keyboarding 1-A, 1-B                                2
                    Math/Science General Education Requirement          3
       OFFT     130 Data Entry                                          1
                                                                        17
       Spring Semester
       ACCT        100 Accounting Information and Management
                       Decisions                                        3
       ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                         3
       OFFT    113/114 Keyboarding 2-A, 2-B                             2
       OFFT        120 Doc. Design for Effective Communications         3
       BSAD        140 Business Communications                          3
       BSAD    104/116 Organizational Behavior/
                       Business Org. & Mgmt.                            3
                                                                        17
       SECOND YEAR
       Fall Semester                                              Credits
       OFFT        210 Administrative Support Staff Procedures          3
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       OFFT        220 Doc. Design for Business Analysis                3
       OFFT        135 Machine Transcription                            2
                       Math/Science General Education Requirement       3
                       General Education: Social Science/ History       3
                       Gen. Ed. Elective                                3
                                                                        17
       Spring Semester
       OFFT     216 Professional Office Practice Simulation             3
                    Gen. Ed. Social Science Elective                    3
       CITA     125 Spreadsheet Conc. & Appl.                           1
                    Business Elective                                   4
       OFFT 291/292 Office Technology Internship I/II                 1/2
                                                                     12/13
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OFFICE TECHNOLOGY-                                                                                       Sample Study Plan
                                                                                  FIRST YEAR
INFORMATION PROCESSING                                                            Fall Semester                                                     Credits
A.A.S.—CODE #0457                                                                 BSAD
                                                                                  BSAD
                                                                                           100 Business in the 21st Century
                                                                                           102 Mathematics of Business
                                                                                                                                                           3
                                                                                                                                                           3
Office Technology - Information Processing is a ThinkPad University               ENGL     101 Composition and Research                                    3
curriculum in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.       OFFT 111/112 Keyboarding 1-A/1-B                                         2
                                                                                  CITA     110 Computer Applications I                                     3
The information processing program combines the Office Technology-                             Math/Science General Education Requirement                  3
Administrative Option curriculum courses with the Computer Information                                                                                     17
Systems curriculum to provide career training within an area of increasing        Spring Semester
employment opportunities in information processing.                               ACCT     100 Principles of Accounting I                                  3
                                                                                  ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                                    3
Career Opportunities: Office positions in industry, small businesses,             OFFT 113/114 Keyboarding 2-A/2-B                                         2
banking and finance, medical, legal, civil service, airlines, communications,     OFFT    120* Doc, Design for Effective Communications                    3
and insurance. Employment duties emphasize word processing, database              BSAD     140 Business Communications                                     3
management, spreadsheets, graphics and electronic communication.                  OFFT     130 Data Entry                                                  1
                                                                                                                                                           15
High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the             SECOND YEAR
C to C+ range, one unit each of defined math and science. Desired: one
                                                                                  Fall Semester                                                     Credits
additional unit each of defined math and science.
                                                                                  CITA         220 Systems Analysis                                        3
                                                                                  OFFT         210 Administrative Support Staff Procedures                 3
Graduation Requirements: A total of 20 credit hours are required in
                                                                                  OFFT         220 Doc. Design for Business Analysis                       3
humanities, mathematics or sciences and social sciences areas. A minimum
                                                                                                   Math/Science General Education Requirement              3
average of C in all Office Administration courses as well as an overall 2.0 gpa
                                                                                                   Social Science Elective                                 3
is required for graduation
                                                                                                                                                           15
Required Office Technology Courses                                Credits         Spring Semester
(minimum 19 hours)                                                                OFFT     216 Professional Office Practice                                3
OFFT 111/112 Keyboarding 1A and Keyboarding 1B                              2                  Social Science Elective                                     3
OFFT 113/114 Keyboarding 2A and Keyboarding 2B                              2     OFFT 291/292 Office Technology Internship I/II                           2
OFFT      120 Document Design for Effective Communications                  3                  General Education: The Arts, Foreign
OFFT      130 Data Entry                                                    1                  Language, American History, Western or
OFFT      210 Administrative Support State Procedures                       3                  World Civilization                                          3
OFFT      216 Professional Office Practice                                  3                  Business Elective                                           3
OFFT      220 Document Design for Business Analysis                         3                                                                              14
OFFT 291/292 Office Technology Internship I & II                            2     Available Business Electives
                                                                                  (All are not offered every semester or every year)
Required Accounting, Business, Computer Courses                                   BSAD          104 Organizational Behavior
(minimum 24 hours)                                                                BSAD          108 Business Law I
ACCT.        100 Accounting Info and Mgmt. Decisions                        3     BSAD          116 Business Org. & Management
BSAD         100 Business in the 21st Century                               3     BSAD          215 Human Resource Management
BSAD         102 Business Math                                              3     BSAD          224 Managing Diversity in the Workplace
BSAD         140 Business Communications                                    3     JOUR          270 Desktop Publishing
BSAD             Electives                                                  6     OFFT          109 Intro. to Presentation Software
CITA         110 Computer Applications I                                    3     OFFT          200 Medical Coding
CITA         220 Systems Analysis                                           3     OFFT          201 Outpatient Billing
                                                                                  OFFT          202 Inpatient Billing
                                                                                  OFFT          218 Medical Office Procedures
General Education Requirements
                                                                                  OFFT          250 Medical Terminology
(minimum 20 hours)


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                                                                                  OFFT          251 Office Management
ENGL      101 Composition and Research                                      3
ENGL      102 Writing About Literature                                      3
                Math or Science Elective                                    3     Many of the above courses are offered both fall and spring semester.
                Math or Science Elective                                    3
                Social Science Elective                                     3
                Social Science Elective                                     3
                Humanities/Math or Science/Social Science Elective          3
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       OFFICE ADMINISTRATION:                                                              General Education Requirements
                                                                                           (minimum 20 hours)
       MANAGEMENT A.A.S.—CODE                                                              ENGL      101 Composition and Research                                   3
                                                                                           ENGL      102 Writing About Literature                                   3
       #1905                                                                                               Math or Science Elective                                 3
                                                                                                           Math or Science Elective                                 3
       Office Administration: Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum                               Social Science Elective                                  3
       in which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                                    Social Science Elective                                  3
                                                                                                           English/Math or Science/Social Science Elective          3
       This program is also offered at the Norwich Campus.

       The leadership and organizational skills required to succeed as an office                                  Sample Study Plan
       manager in today’s electronic office are taught in this program. Electronic mail,   FIRST YEAR
       voice mail, teleconferencing, networking, and on-line computer services, such       Fall Semester                                                     Credits
       as the Internet, are emphasized. Students in this program also take Business        BSAD     108 Business Law I                                              3
       Administration courses and may transfer to a four-year college and major in         BSAD     102 Mathematics of Business                                     3
       Office Administration.                                                              ENGL     101 Composition and Research                                    3
                                                                                           OFFT 111/112 Keyboarding 1-A/1-B                                         2
       Graduates of the Office Administration: Management program receive the              CITA     100 Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications                   2
       Associate in Applied Science degree.                                                OFFT     130 Data Entry                                                  1
                                                                                           OFFT     109 Intro. to Presentation Software                             1
       Accreditation: The Office Administration: Management program is accredited                                                                                   15
       by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).             Spring Semester
                                                                                           ACCT     100 Principles of Accounting I                                  3
       Career Opportunities: Positions in office as supervisor/management of               ENGL     102 Writing About Literature                                    3
       employees. Program transfers to four-year Office Administration programs.           OFFT 113/114 Keyboarding 2-A/2-B                                         2
                                                                                           OFFT     120 Doc. Design for Effective Communications                    3
       High School Preparation: Required: min. high school average of C+, one                           Gen. Ed: Math/Natural Science                               3
       unit of defined math and science. Desired: one additional unit each of defined      BSAD 104/116 Organizational Behavior/Business
       math and science.                                                                                Org. & Management                                           3
                                                                                                                                                                    17
       Graduation Requirements: Minimum of two modules of Keyboarding
       through Keyboarding 2B. An average of C or above in all OFFT courses is             SECOND YEAR
       required for graduation. OFFT 216, OFFT 130, and OFFT 220 are highly                Fall Semester                                                     Credits
       recommended business electives.                                                     OFFT         210 Administrative Support Procedures                       3
                                                                                           OFFT         220 Doc. Design for Business Analysis                       3
       Required Office Admin/Mgt Courses                                   Credits         OFFT         135 Machine Transcription                                   2
       (minimum 22 hours)                                                                                   Math, Science General Education Requirement             3
       OFFT      109 Intro. to Presentation Software                                 1     BSAD         215 Human Resource Management                               3
       OFFT 111/112 Keyboarding 1A and Keyboarding 1B                                2                      Gen Ed.: Social Science/History                         3
       OFFT 113/114 Keyboarding 2A and Keyboarding 2B                                2                                                                              17
       OFFT      120 Document Design for Effective Communications                    3     Spring Semester
       OFFT      130 Data Entry                                                      1     OFFT        251 *Office Management                                       3
       OFFT      135 Machine Transcription                                           2                       Gen Ed.: Social Science/History                        3
       OFFT      210 Administrative Support State Procedures                         3     BSAD        140 Business Communications                                  3
       OFFT      220 Document Design for Business Analysis                           3     OFFT 291/292 Office Technology Internship I/II                           2
       OFFT      251 Office Management                                               3     CITA        125 Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications                      1
       OFFT 291/292 Office Technology Internship I and II                            2     General Education: The Arts, Foreign
                                                                                                             Language, American History, Western or
       Required Acct, Business & Computer Courses                                                            World Civilization                                      3
       (minimum 21 hours)                                                                                                                                         14/15
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       ACCT      100 Accounting Info and Mgmt. Decisions                             3
       BSAD      102 Business Math                                                   3     Many of the above courses are offered both fall and spring semester.
       BSAD      104 Organizational Behavior                                         3
       -or-
       BSAD      116 Business Organization and Management                            3
       BSAD      108 Business Law I                                                  3
       BSAD      140 Business Communications                                         3
       BSAD      215 Human Resource Management                                       3
       CITA      100 Intro. to Computer Concepts and Applications                    2
       CITA      125 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications                           1
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Renewable Energy Technology                                                                   by developing problem-solving skills through critical thinking
                                                                                              in both hands-on and written technical environments
A.A.S. – CODE #5310                                                                     •	    Work safely and responsibly in groups with diverse individuals
                                                                                        •	    Describe basic social, political, and economic driving
                                                                                              forces impacting renewable energy resources and
Renewable Energy Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum in                            systems regionally, nationally and abroad
which the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
                                                                                    Required Courses
The field of renewable energy is burgeoning and this degree program identifies
                                                                                    Major Requirements                                              Credits
the needs of emerging businesses in our region for well-educated technicians to
                                                                                    RENG        102   Renewable Energy Resources                                3
provide the highest quality in renewable energy services.
                                                                                    RENG        103   Renewable Energy Seminar                                  2
The Renewable Energy Technology program focuses on developing skilled
                                                                                    RENG        150   Analysis Techniques for Renewable Energy1
technicians and provides the “just-in-time” training to support the growth of
                                                                                    AGEN        151   Applied Hydraulics for Hydropower Generation           2
this field both regionally and nationally. The degree program is flexible enough
                                                                                    RENG        210   Renewable Biofuel Systems                              3
to train students directly out of high school, as well as displaced workers who
                                                                                    RENG        220   Wind and Hydro Energy Systems                          3
already possess a mechanical or electrical technical background. The A.A.S.
                                                                                    RENG        230   Solar and Geothermal Energy Systems )                  3
program is clearly in-line with the Morrisville State College mission to be “…
                                                                                    ELEC        190   Electrical Theory I                                    4
responsive to the educational and training needs of business and industry…”
                                                                                    ELEC        291   Electromechanical Energy Devices                       3
Additionally, Morrisville State College received a $2 million grant from the U.S.
                                                                                    ELEC        290   Digital Circuits and Microprocessors                   3
Department of Labor Community-Based Job Training Initiative (April 2008),
                                                                                    NATR        213   Computer Assisted and Photogrammetric Mapping          1
which will provide for college credit-bearing courses to qualified high school
                                                                                                                                                          27-28
students, scholarships for incoming students, and scholarships and support
monies for technical sessions to be offered through the newly established           Liberal Arts and Sciences
Renewable Energy Training Center. Scholarships awards are available through         PHYS            Physics with Lab (as advised)                               4
March 2011 with current level of funding.                                           CHEM            Chemistry with Lab (as advised)                             4
                                                                                    MATH            Math (as advised)                                           3
Admission Requirements: The requirements for admission to this program              ENGL        101 Composition and Research                                    3
are a minimum high school average of 80% (B) and an S.A.T. score of at least        ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                                    3
500 in math and 500 in critical reading. Additionally, incoming students will
be required to have successfully completed two defined units of science and two     HIST              (as advised)                                              3
defined units of math (three defined units of each is preferred).                                     Social Science (as advised)                               3
                                                                                                                                                                23
The A.A.S. degree in Renewable Energy Technology will be a demanding
curriculum for incoming students as there are strong math, chemistry, physics,      Total Required Credits                                               50-51
and electrical engineering components to the program. SAT scores, combined          Technical Electives                                                  13-14
with math and science units, and their high school average will help to ensure      Total Curriculum Credits                                                64
that incoming students will be able to handle a rigorous curriculum.
                                                                                                          Sample Study Plan
Career Opportunities: Graduating students can expect to qualify as entry-           FIRST YEAR
level installers for renewable energy technologies including grid-tied solar        Fall Semester                                                   Credits
photovoltaic, small wind, micro hydroelectric and various renewable biofuel         RENG        102 Renewable Energy Resources                                  3
systems. Students will gain experience with electrical engineering, residential     MATH            Mathematics (as advised)                                    3
construction and diesel engine systems, which have broad applicability and will     ENGL        101 Composition and Research                                    3
prepare students for careers beyond basic systems installers.                       ELEC        190 Electrical Theory I                                         4
                                                                                    HIST            American History or Western Civilization                    3
Transfer opportunities: Transfer opportunities and articulation agreements                                                                                      16
are being developed with 4-year institutions in New York.
                                                                                    Spring Semester
                                                                                    RENG        103 Renewable Energy Seminar                                   2R
Graduation Requirements: A minimum of 64 credit hours is required for
                                                                                    ENG         150 Analysis Techniques for Renewable Energy                    1
graduation with an A.A.S. in Renewable Energy Technology, including all of
                                                                                    ELEC        291 Electromechanical Energy Devices                            3
the courses listed as “major requirements.”
                                                                                    CHEM            Chemistry (as advised)                                      4


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GPA of 2.0 or higher required.
                                                                                    AGEN        151 Applied Hydraulics for Hydropower                           2
Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement:
                                                                                    ENGL        102 Writing About Literature                                    3
20 semester hours of Liberal Arts and Science as follows:
                                                                                                                                                                15
            Minimum of 5-7 semester hours of Humanities
            Minimum of 5-7 semester hours of Math and/or Science                    SECOND YEAR
             Minimum of 5-7 semester hours of Social Science                        Fall Semester                                                   Credits
Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 – Intermediate Algebra with               PHYS            Physics (as advised)                                        4
Trigonometry                                                                                        Social Science (as advised)                                 3
Demonstrated proficiency through CHEM 101 with lab – Basic Chemistry                RENG        210 Renewable Biofuel Systems                                   3
Demonstrated proficiency through PHYS 107 with lab – Introductory Physics                           Technical electives (see below)                             7
I                                                                                                                                                               17
                                                                                    Spring Semester
Program Learning Outcomes:                                                          RENG        220   Wind and Hydro Energy Systems                             3
Upon successful completion of the A.A.S. in Renewable Energy Technology,            RENG        230   Solar and Geothermal Energy Systems                       3
students will be able to:                                                           ELEC        290   Digital Circuits and Microprocessors                      3
     •	    Interpret electrical system schematics and designs to                    NATR        213   Computer Assisted and Photogrammetric Mapping             1
           safely connect renewable energy circuit components                                         Technical Electives (see below)                           6
     •	    Install, maintain, and troubleshoot renewable energy systems                                                                                         16
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       Recommended Technical Electives:
       AGEN    125 Residential Electrification                 3
                                                                   RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION
       AGEN    161 Basic Hydraulics                            3   A.O.S.—CODE #0463
       AGEN/RENG 251 Anaerobic Digester Design and Operation   3
       DTEC    125 Diesel Electrical Systems                   4   Residential Construction is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the use of
       DTEC    150 Diesel Systems                              3   laptop computers is integrated into courses.
       DTEC    250 Mechanical Injection Systems                3
       RESC    221 Plumbing (                                  3   The Residential Construction curriculum is designed to provide students with
       RESC    260 Heating and Energy Systems                  3   an educational background that will prepare them for a career in the residential
                                                                   building industry, including the retail sales of building materials.

                                                                   Practical hands-on experience is emphasized through course work in construction
                                                                   techniques, energy systems, sanitation, masonry systems, foundation concepts,
                                                                   and surveying. In addition to the technical skills, the program is designed to
                                                                   develop business skills by exposing students to course work in business law,
                                                                   accounting, employee supervision and public speaking.

                                                                   Career Opportunities: Employment opportunities are as numerous as
                                                                   the various segments of the home-building industry. Employment related
                                                                   directly to residential construction could include working with a contractor
                                                                   as an estimator, job scheduler, job supervisor, materials purchasing agent or
                                                                   material distribution agent. The area of sales will offer opportunities in several
                                                                   categories. Real estate and development is another area needing people with
                                                                   construction knowledge to prepare custom housing proposals.

                                                                   General contractors of housing developments and subdivisions also need
                                                                   qualified people with those same skills. Building materials sales will offer
                                                                   the best entry-level opportunities for the qualified graduate. Retail building
                                                                   materials sales, contractor sales, the wholesale segment of the material business,
                                                                   and product manufacturers are all in quest of employees with knowledge of
                                                                   residential construction techniques and accepted practices.

                                                                   High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the C
                                                                   to C+ range. Desired: one unit of defined math.

                                                                                           Sample Study Plan
                                                                   FIRST YEAR
                                                                   Fall Semester                                                        Credits
                                                                   RESC         130    Light Framing                                              3
                                                                   ENGL         101    Composition and Research                                   3
                                                                   WOOD         101    Wood Products and Processes                                3
                                                                   RESC         106    Graphic Communications                                     3
                                                                   CAD          181    Introduction to CAD (or equal)                             1
                                                                   BSAD         215    Human Resource Management                                  3
                                                                                                                                                  16
                                                                   Spring Semester
                                                                   RESC         160 Introduction to Building
                                                                                    Materials and Estimating                                      3
                                                                   AGEN         125 Electrification                                               3
                                                                                    Elective*                                                     2
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                                                                   ENGL         112 Technical Communication                                       3
                                                                   ACCT         100 Accounting Information and
                                                                                    Management Decisions                                          3
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SECOND YEAR                                                                 RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT
Fall Semester                                                  Credits
RESC        221 Plumbing                                               3    A.A.S.—CODE #0572
AGEN        135 Construction Surveying                                 3
                Elective                                               3    Restaurant Management is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which the
RESC        211 Masonry and Foundations                                3    use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.
RESC        201 Estimating and Planning                                3
                                                                       15   Restaurant Management emphasizes a sequence of management courses which
Spring Semester                                                             includes food service and hotel operations. In addition, students take food
WOOD        260 Production Maintenance & Supervision                   2    and beverage merchandising, purchasing and cost control and are serve safe
                Elective                                               4    certified. Students also work in The Copper Turret Restaurant operated in the
RESC        270 Construction Planning and Management                   4    village of Morrisville during the fourth semester. The Copper Turret is a full
BSAD        108 Business Law I                                         3    service tavern and upscale dining facility where the students rotate through
RESC        260 Heating and Energy Systems                             3    positions in both front and back of the house.
                                                                       16
                                                                            Graduates of this program are prepared to work as entry-level managers in
* Demonstrated proficiency through SKLS 091 - Math Essentials is required   hotels, restaurants, clubs, fast food units, airlines, catering, theme parks,
for this program.                                                           casinos, resorts, and various entertainment complexes.

                                                                            The hospitality field offers graduates mobility to positions such as food and
Suggested Electives                                                         beverage director, bar manager, food production supervisor, and general
Fall Semester                                                  Credits      manager/owner. Graduates also transfer to the college’s BBA in Resort and
HORT        101   Plant Materials                                      3    Recreation Service Management or other bachelor degree programs.
BSAD        112   Marketing                                            3
BSAD        209   Salesmanship                                         3    Admission Requirements: Required: minimum high school average in the C
WOOD        221   Adhesives and Finishes                               3    to C+ range. Desired: two units of defined math and biology.
WOOD        170   Lumber Manufacturing and Grading                     3
AGEN        110   Small Power Equipment I                              2    Career Opportunities: Manager or assistant, food and beverage director,
                                                                            banquet and catering manager, purchasing agent, food production supervisor
Spring Semester                                                Credits      and dining room supervisor in restaurants, hotels, colleges, schools, resorts,
AGEN        210   Small Power Equipment II                             2    convention centers, major sporting events, and entertainment facilities.
AGEN        140   Welding                                              3
BSAD        212   Principles of Finance in Management                  3    Graduation Requirements: Students graduating from this program must
ENGR        101   Engineering Problems I                               2    complete a minimum of 64 credit hours earned and maintain at least a 2.0
ENGL        121   Introduction to Speech                               3    gpa. Students must also complete at least 6 credits in the Math/Science area,
                                                                            6 credits of Humanities, 6 credits of Social Science and additional credits as
                                                                            necessary to achieve 20 minimum credit hours in Liberal Arts. Also, a residency
                                                                            requirement of 30 credit hours at MSC should be met.

                                                                            REQUIRED HOSPITALITY CORE COURSES
                                                                            FSAD         101   Quantity Food Preparation and Service                    3
                                                                            FSAD         102   Applied Food Service Sanitation*                         1
                                                                            FSAD         153   Fundamentals of Hospitality Management                   3
                                                                            FSAD         154   Equipment Selection and Layout                           3
                                                                            FSAD         201   Summer Cooperative Employment                            2
                                                                            -or-
                                                                            TOUR         251 Cooperative Work Experience
                                                                            FSAD         205 Food and Beverage Merchandising and
                                                                                             Management I                                               4
                                                                            -or-
                                                                            CAS          240 Hospitality Sales & Marketing

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                                                                            FSAD         255 Food Purchasing and Cost Control*                          4
                                                                            FSAD         257 Senior Seminar                                             1
                                                                            FSAD         258 Restaurant Management and Operations                       6
                                                                            TOUR         106 Introduction to Travel/Tourism and
                                                                                             Hospitality Industry                                       3
                                                                            TOUR         153 Hotel Operations                                           3
                                                                            NUTR         108 Basic Nutrition                                            3

                                                                            REQUIRED BUSINESS COURSES
                                                                            ACCT         100 Accounting Information and Management                      3
                                                                            OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                       1

                                                                            REQUIRED GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
                                                                            ENGL              English (as advised) (minimum 6 credits)
                                                                                              Social Science (as advised) (minimum 6 credits)
                                                                                              Math or Sciences (as advised) (minimum 6 credits)
                                                                            -Must complete 20 credits of General Education Courses
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                              Sample Study Plan                                        SPORTS, NUTRITION, AND
       FIRST YEAR
       Fall Semester                                                     Credits       FITNESS MANAGEMENT A.S.—
       FSAD
       FSAD
                    101 Quantity Food Preparation and Service
                    102 Applied Food Service Sanitation*
                                                                                  3
                                                                                  1
                                                                                       CODE #1450
       NUTR         108 Basic Nutrition                                           3
                                                                                       Program Description: Students who pursue the Sports, Nutrition, and Fitness
       ENGL             English (as advised)                                      3
                                                                                       Management degree will receive an associate in science degree in preparation
       SCI/MATH         Science or Mathematics elective (as advised)            3-4
                                                                                       for transfer to bachelor degree programs in career fields such as physical
       TOUR         106 Introduction to Travel/Tourism and
                                                                                       education, athletic training, exercise science, cardiac rehabilitation, or health
                        Hospitality Industry                                      3
                                                                                       education. Some students may, instead, seek employment upon graduation in
       OFFT         110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                      1
                                                                                       fitness centers, corporate wellness programs, or recreational facilities.
                                                                               17-18
       Spring Semester                                                                 Admission Requirements
       FSAD         153 Fundamentals of Hospitality Management                    3    High School: Required: minimum high school average of B- (at least a 79),
       FSAD         154 Equipment Selection and Layout                            3    2 years of high school math (through New York state Math B or algebra and
       TOUR         153 Hotel Operations                                          3    geometry) with at least a 75. General biology with at least an 80. Desired: Pre-
       ENGL             English (as advised)                                      3    calculus and physics.
       Elective         General Education Elective                              3-4
                                                                               15-16   Students lacking one or more requirements for Sports, Nutrition and Fitness
       SECOND YEAR                                                                     Management will be considered for the Liberal Arts/Pre-Science preparatory
       Fall Semester                                                     Credits       semester (or full year depending on their academic backgrounds). Such students
       FSAD         201 Summer Cooperative Employment                             2    must work closely with their advisors to assess their progress. Pre-Science students
       -or-                                                                            who successfully complete the preparatory semester/year with a grade point average
       TOUR251      Cooperative Work Experience                                        of 2.5 will then be admitted to the Sports, Nutrition, and Fitness Management
       FSAD         205 Food/Beverage Merchandising & Mgt 1                       4    A.S. degree program.
       -or-
       CAS          240 Hospitality Sales & Marketing                                  Career Opportunities: Prepares graduates for employment in fitness centers,
       FSAD         255 Food Purchasing and Cost Control*                         4    recreational facilities, or corporate wellness programs, for certification from
                        Science or Mathematics elective (as advised)              3    the American College of Sports Medicine and for transfer to upper division
                        Social Science                                            3    programs in sports medicine, physical education, athletic training, or
                                                                                  16   community health education.
       Spring Semester
       FSAD         258 Restaurant Management and Operations                      6    Transfer Opportunities: Morrisville State College (B.S. Human Performance
       ACCT         100 Accounting Information and Management                     3    and Health Promotion); East Stroudsburg University (Physical Education);
                        Social Science                                            3    Ithaca College (B.A. in Exercise Science or Fitness & Cardiac Rehabilitation);
                        School Elective                                         3-4    SUNY Brockport (Physical Education and Sport major options include Teacher
                                                                               16-17   Certification, Sport Management, Exercise Physiology and Athletic Training);
                                                                                       SUNY Cortland (Adult Physical Fitness, Exercise Science); SUNY Institute of
       School Electives
                                                                                       Technology (Health Services Management); Slippery Rock University (Physical
       FSAD         100 Global and Ethnic Foods                                   3
                                                                                       Education); Springfield College (Health/Fitness); Syracuse University (Physical
       FSAD         200 Internship in Customer Service                            3
                                                                                       Education; Health & Exercise Science)
                        Foreign Language (Spanish preferred)                      3
       FSAD         259 Introduction to Catering                                  3
                                                                                       Graduation Requirements
       TOUR         101 Tourism and Geography                                     3
                                                                                       Total hours required : 65
       TOUR         152 Travel Industry Operations and Administration             3
                                                                                       GPA minimum of a 2.0
       CAS          102 Introduction to Gaming                                    3
                                                                                       Liberal Arts and Science Local Distribution Requirement: Minimum of 30
                                                                                       semester hours as follows:
       * These courses feature the “value-added” enhancement of national                     * Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of Humanities
       certification by the National Restaurant Association.**These courses feature          * Minimum of 6-9 semester hours of Social Science
       the “value-added” enhancement of national certification by the American                 Minimum of 12 semester hours of Math and/or Science
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       Hotel/Motel Association.                                                              * Minimum of 15 total.

                                                                                       SUNY General Education: Students must complete 7 of the 10 SUNY General
                                                                                       Education course requirements
                                                                                       Proficiencies (MATH, ENGL): MATH through 103 ENGL 101

                                                                                       Program Learning Outcomes
                                                                                       Students will demonstrate proficiency in concepts related to the physiology of
                                                                                       exercise, basic exercise programming techniques, and proper procedures for
                                                                                       assessing cardiovascular parameters at rest and during exercise.
                                                                                       Successful students will be prepared academically for work in the field or for
                                                                                       transfer into upper division programs in the exercise/fitness field including
                                                                                       physical education, athletic training, exercise science, clinical exercise science,
                                                                                       and health education.
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Required Core Courses
BIOL          120   General Biology I
                                                               Credits
                                                                     4
                                                                          TRAVEL/TOURISM HOSPITALITY
HPHP          100   Introduction to Wellness and Fitness             4    MANAGEMENT A.A.S.—CODE
HPHP          101   Fieldwork in HPHP (45 hrs)                       1
BIOL          150   Human Anatomy and Physiology I                   4    #0680
BIOL          151   Human Anatomy and Physiology II                  4
HPHP          200   Exercise Physiology I                            4    Travel/Tourism Hospitality Management is a ThinkPad University
HPHP          201   Exercise Physiology II                           4    curriculum in which the use of a laptop computer is integrated into
                                                                          courses.
Required Other (not general education):
ENGL          121   Introduction to Speech                           3    This program takes a global approach to exploring the many segments of the
NUTR          110   Nutrition I                                      3    travel/tourism-hospitality industry. Computer applications are integrated
PHYS          107   Introductory Physics I                           4    throughout the curriculum and computerized reservation systems are used to
PSYC          250   Social Gerontology                               3    prepare graduates with the required competencies.
MATH          141   Statistics                                       3
                                                                          Graduates of this program are prepared for entry-level management positions
Required SUNY General Education:                                          in the travel/tourism-hospitality industry. They work at various jobs in the
ENGL          101 Composition and Research                           3    following organizations and agencies: food and beverage establishments
PSYC          101 General Psychology                                 3    throughout various segments of the industry, hotels or motels, bed and
HIST              Western/World Civilization                         3    breakfast facilities, country clubs, conference centers, corporations in the office
BIOL          120 General Biology I                                  4    of travel or special events, travel agencies, transportation suppliers, national,
                                                                          state or local conference and convention bureaus, and resorts of various types
                         Sample Study Plan                                throughout the world.
FIRST YEAR                                                                Students will need to purchase a travel agency uniform shirt. A laboratory fee
Fall Semester                                                  Credits    is required for FSAD 100, TOUR 250, and TOUR 252.
BIOL          120 General Biology I                                  4    As a unique feature of the program, Morrisville State College operates an
ENGL          101 Composition and Research                           3    on-campus travel agency which features live SABRE. All students complete
HPHP          100 Introduction to Wellness and Fitness               4    an agency internship. Majors also develop a cruise each year, typically to the
MATH              Mathematics (as advised)*                          3    Caribbean.
NUTR          110 Nutrition I                                        3
                                                                     17   Admission Requirements: Required: minimum High school average in
Spring Semester                                                           the C to C+ range, one unit each of defined math and science. Desired: one
BIOL          121 General Biology II                                 4    additional unit each of defined math and science.
-or-
HIST              American History **                                3    Career Opportunities: Entry-level manager of travel/tourism-hospitality
MATH              Mathematics (as advised)*                          3    businesses, meeting and convention management services, corporate travel,
ENGL          121 Introduction to Speech                             3    hotel-resort management, tourism agencies, convention bureaus, travel
HPHP          101 Fieldwork in HPHP (45 hrs)                         1    agencies, conference centers, and entertainment facilities.
PHYS          107 Introductory Physics I                             4
                                                                  14-15   Transfer Opportunities: Many students graduating in the Travel & Tourism
SECOND YEAR                                                               curriculum transfer into MSC’s Resort & Recreation Service Management
Fall Semester                                                  Credits    program. In order to more readily transfer into the BBA students may opt
BIOL          150   Human Anatomy and Physiology I                   4    to take ACCT 101 rather than ACCT 100, Spanish as a General Education
PSYC          101   General Psychology                               3    elective, a HIST course as a Social Science elective and BSAD 107 or 108 as
HPHP          200   Exercise Physiology I                            4    a School Elective.
PHIL          201   Introduction to Philosophy                       3
                                                                     14   Graduation Requirements: Students graduating from this program must
                                                                          complete a minimum of 64 credit hours earned and maintain at least a 2.0
Spring Semester
                                                                          gpa. Students must also complete at least 6 credits in the Math/Science area,
BIOL          151 Human Anatomy and Physiology II                    4
                                                                          6 credits of Humanities, 6 credits of Social Science and additional credits as


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HPHP          201 Exercise Physiology II                             4
                                                                          necessary to achieve 20 minimum credit hours in Liberal Arts. Also, a residency
PSYC          250 Social Gerontology                                 3
HIST              Western World Civilization                         3    requirement of 30 credit hours at MSC should be met.
MATH          141 Statistics                                         3
                                                                     17   Required Hospitality Courses                                          Credits
                                                                          CAS           240   Hospitality Sales and Marketing                            3
* Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 103 - College Algebra with        FSAD          100   Global and Ethnic Foods                                    3
Trigonometry is required for this program.                                FSAD          153   Fundamentals of Hospitality Management                     3
** if transferring BIOL121; if going into HPHP take (American history)    FSAD          257   Senior Seminar                                             1
                                                                          TOUR          101   Tourism and Geography                                      3
Suggested Electives                                                       TOUR          106   Intro Travel/Tourism & Hospitality Industry                3
See College catalog course description for coreqs or prereqs              TOUR          151   Computerized Reservations System                           3
COAC          200 Coaching Effectiveness Training                    3    TOUR          152   Travel Industry Operations and Administration              3
COAC          201 Theories & Techniques of Coaching                  2    TOUR          153   Hotel Operations                                           3
COAC          202 Health Related Aspects of Coaching                 3    TOUR          250   Tourism Planning and Development                           3
                                                                          TOUR          251   Summer Co-op                                               2
                                                                          –or-
                                                                          FSAD          201 Summer Cooperative Employment                                2
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       TOUR     252 Meeting and Convention Services                        3     Suggested Electives
       TOUR     253 Travel Agency Operations                               2     TOUR       200   Internship in Customer Service                  3
       TOUR     255 Tourism Agency Operations                              2     BSAD       108   Business Law I                                  3
                                                                                 ENGL       121   Introduction to Speech                          3
       Required Business Courses                                     Credits     MATH       141    Statistics                                     3
       ACCT     100 Accounting Information & Mgt. Decisions                3     PSYC       101   Introduction to Psychology                      3
       OFFT     110 Introduction to Spreadsheet Software                   1     ECON       100   Introduction to Macroeconomics                  3
       -or-                                                                      CAS        101   Introduction to Casino Industry                 3
       OFFT     106 Personal Computer Keyboarding I                        1     CAS        102   Introduction to Gaming                          3
       -or-                                                                      FREN       101   Beginning French                                3
       OFFT     109 Introduction to Presentation Software                  1     SPAN       101   Beginning College Spanish I                     3
                                                                                 CAS        280   Leadership Development Strategies for
                                                                                                  the Hospitality Industry                        3
       Required General Education Courses
       ENGL            (as advised)                                        6
                       Social Science (as advised)                         6     ** These courses feature the “value-added” enhancement of national
                       Math or Science (as advised)                        6     certification by the American Hotel/Motel Association.
                       Elective (as advised)                               3

                           Sample Study Plan
       FIRST YEAR
       Fall Semester                                                 Credits
       FSAD     100    Global and Ethnic Foods                              3
       TOUR     106    Introduction to Travel and Hospitality Industry      3
       TOUR     101    Tourism and Geography                                3
       OFFT     106    Personal Keyboarding I                               1
       ENGL     101    Composition and Research                             3
                       Mathematics/Science (as advised)                   3-4
                                                                         16-17
       Spring Semester
       TOUR     151    Computerized Reservation Systems                    3
       FSAD     153    Fundamentals of Hospitality Management              3
       TOUR     152    Travel Industry Operations and Administration       3
       TOUR     153    Hotel Operations                                    3
       ENGL     102    Writing About Literature                            3
                       Mathematics/Science (as advised)                    3
                                                                           18

       SECOND YEAR
       Fall Semester                                                 Credits
       CAS      240 Hospitality Sales and Marketing                        3
       TOUR     250 Tourism Planning and Development                       3
                    General Education Elective (as advised)                3
                    Social Science                                         3
       TOUR     253 Travel Agency Operations                               2
       TOUR     251 Summer Cooperative Employment                          2
       -or-
       FSAD     201 Summer Cooperative Employment                          2
                                                                           16
       Spring Semester
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       TOUR     252 Meeting and Convention Services**                      3
       FSAD     257 Senior Seminar                                         1
                    Social Science                                         3
       ACCT     100 Accounting Information and Management                  3
                    School Elective                                        3
       TOUR     255 Tourism Agency Operations                              2
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WOOD PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY                                                          Spring Semester
                                                                                  ENGL              English (as advised)
                                                                                                                                                 Credits
                                                                                                                                                          3
A.A.S.—CODE #0618                                                                 RESC        160   Introduction to Building Materials and
                                                                                                    Estimating                                            3
Wood Products Technology is a ThinkPad University curriculum in which             WOOD        170   Lumber Manufacturing and Grading                      3
the use of laptop computers is integrated into courses.                           WOOD        160   Wood Technology                                       3
                                                                                  WOOD        180   Furniture Design and Construction                     3
Wood Products Technology is a one-of-a-kind program in the state, designed                                                                                15
to train students for employment in finish carpentry, cabinet-making, furniture   SECOND YEAR
production, and wood manufacturing industries.                                    Fall Semester                                                  Credits
                                                                                                    Social Science                                        3
The major begins with a survey of the industry and an introduction to the use     WOOD        211   Field Trip                                            1
of commercial cabinet-making equipment. Students learn wood properties            WOOD        221   Wood Glues, Laminating, and Finishes                  3
and identification, manufacturing and grading at the sawmill, and seasoning.      WOOD        231   Seasoning and Preservation                            3
Students also learn about the use of adhesives, finishes and wood laminates.      WOOD        241   Secondary Wood Processing                             4
The program allows students to choose from two options, Finish Carpentry or       RESC        221   Plumbing                                              3
Furniture Production and Business.                                                                                                                        17

The option in Finish Carpentry allows the student to combine traditional
                                                                                  Spring Semester                                                Credits
courses in cabinet-making with construction courses including plumbing, light
                                                                                                  Social Science                                          3
framing, residential electrification, and construction estimating. The finish
                                                                                  WOOD        270 Wood Production Engineering                             3
carpentry option is designed for the student with interests in fine finish work
                                                                                  AGEN        125 Electrification                                         3
including custom built kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanities, trim work, and
                                                                                                  Elective (as advised)**                               4-6
interior remodeling.
                                                                                  PHYS        107 Introductory Physics I                                  4
                                                                                                                                                       17-19
The option in Furniture Production and Business is designed for the students
interested in operating a small cabinet shop or working for a large furniture
                                                                                  Suggested Electives
                                                                                  AGEN        120   Water Supply and Sanitation                           2
manufacturer.
                                                                                  MATH        103   Algebra and Trigonometry III                          3
                                                                                  ENGL        121   Introduction to Speech                                3
The 14,000 square-foot Wood Technology Center includes a furniture
                                                                                  ACCT        100   Accounting Information and Management Decisions       3
laboratory with production and wood working equipment including a Model
                                                                                  BSAD        215   Human Resource Management                             3
#40 Thermwood CNC Router and a Weinig Profimat #26 Super Molder
                                                                                  RESC        201   Estimating and Planning                               3
including knife grinding equipment and other furniture production equipment.
                                                                                  RESC        211   Masonry and Foundations                               3
In addition to the furniture production laboratory, the Wood Technology
                                                                                  RESC        260   Heating Systems                                       3
Center also includes a primary processing laboratory with a conventional circle
sawmill and two Irvington Moore dry kilns.
                                                                                  **NOTE: A total of 20 credit hours in the humanities, math or science, and
                                                                                  social sciences is required.
The Wood Products Technology program transfers to baccalaureate programs
                                                                                  *Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 - Intermediate Algebra with
in construction technology and wood science and engineering at the SUNY
                                                                                  Trigonometry is required for this program.
College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse. Students planning
to transfer should take math through MATH 151 Analytic Geometry and
Calculus I.                                                                       WOOD PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY -FURNITURE
                                                                                  PRODUCTION AND BUSINESS
Career Opportunities: Supervision and self-employment in the lumber,
furniture, cabinet making, and finish carpentry fields including kitchen and
                                                                                  FIRST YEAR
bath carpentry and architectural woodwork. Sales and services of related          Fall Semester                                                  Credits
machinery and supplies. Transfer options to four-year colleges.                   ENGL            English (as advised)                                    3
                                                                                  MATH            Mathematics (as advised)*                               3
High School Preparation: Required: minimum high school average in the C           PHYS            Physics (as advised)                                    4
to C+ range, two units each of defined math, science. Desired: one additional     WOOD        101 Wood Products and Processes                             3
unit of defined math and science.                                                 DRFT        151 Engineering Drawing I                                   2


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                                                                                  CAD         181 Introduction to Auto CAD                                1
                                                                                                                                                          16
                       Sample Study Plan
                                                                                  Spring Semester
                                                                                  ENGL              English (as advised)                                  3
WOOD PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY - FINISH                                                 BSAD        112   Marketing                                             3
CARPENTRY OPTION                                                                  WOOD        170   Lumber Manufacturing and Grading                      3
                                                                                  WOOD        160   Wood Technology                                       3
FIRST YEAR                                                                        WOOD        180   Furniture Design/Construction                         3
Fall Semester                                                     Credits                                                                                 15
ENGL               English (as advised)                                     3
MATH               Mathematics (as advised)*                                3
                                                                                  SECOND YEAR
WOOD         101   Wood Products and Processes                              3     Fall Semester                                                  Credits
DRFT         151   Engineering Drawing I                                    2                       Social Science                                        3
CAD          181   Introduction to Auto CAD                                 1     WOOD        211   Field Trip                                            1
RESC         130   Light Framing                                            3     WOOD        221   Wood Glues, Laminating and Finishes                   3
                                                                                  WOOD        231   Seasoning and Preservation                            3
                                                                            15
                                                                                  WOOD        241   Secondary Wood Processing                             4
                                                                                  BSAD        215   Human Resource Management                             3
                                                                                                                                                          17
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       Spring Semester

       WOOD
                       Social Science
                   270 Wood Production Engineering
                                                                                3
                                                                                3
                                                                                    CERTIFICATE
                                                                                    PROGRAMS
       WOOD        260 Production Maintenance Supervision                       2
       ACCT        100 Accounting Information and
                       Management Decisions                                    3
       MECH        232 Basic Fluid Power - Mini                                1
                       Electives (as advised)**                              4-6
                                                                            16-18   AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS One-
       Suggested Electives
       MATH        151   Analytic Geometry and Calculus I                       3   Year Certificate—CODE #0912
       ENSC        102   Botany, Form and Function                              3
       NATR        210   Dendrology                                             3   The program provides one year of college-level subjects in specialized farm
       MECH        101   Machine Tools                                          3   mechanics areas. It is designed for the student who for one reason or another
       MECH        211   Analytical Mechanics                                   3   can only find time for one year of college study. Included are many different
       MATH        103   College Algebra With Trigonometry                      3   phases of agricultural mechanization from machinery to electricity and
       CHEM        121   General College Chemistry I                            4   refrigeration.

       Demonstrated proficiency through MATH 102 - Intermediate Algebra with        High School Requirements: Required: minimum high school average in the
       Trigonometry is required for this program.                                   C to C+ range, 1 unit of defined math. Desired: two units of defined math
       **NOTE: A total of 20 credit hours in the humanities, math or science, and   and vocational agriculture.
       social sciences is required.
                                                                                    Student must demonstrate proficiency through MAGN 101 Elementary
                                                                                    Algebra

                                                                                                           Sample Study Plan
                                                                                    Fall Semester                                                   Credits
                                                                                    AGEN         100   Tractor Care and Maintenance                           3
                                                                                    AGEN         103   Natural Resources Equipment Operation                  2
                                                                                    AGEN         105   Principles of Farm Machinery                           2
                                                                                    AGEN         115   Agricultural Engineering - Industry Overview           1
                                                                                    AGEN         145   Agricultural Building Systems                          3
                                                                                    AUTO         103   Internal Combustion Engines                            3
                                                                                    AUTO         260   Automotive Air Conditioning                            1
                                                                                                                                                              15

                                                                                    Spring Semester
                                                                                    AGEN         125   Rural and Residential Electrification                  3
                                                                                    AGEN         140   Welding                                                3
                                                                                    AGEN         210   Small Power Equipment II                               3
                                                                                    DTEC         105   Powertrains I                                          4
                                                                                    AGEN         220   Maintenance, Repair, and Performance Tuning            4
                                                                                                       of Arctic Cat Power Equipment
                                                                                                                                                              16
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CASINO CAREERS PROFESSIONAL                                                       OFFICE TECHNOLOGY-
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM One-Year                                                      WORD PROCESSING One-Year
Certificate—CODE #1200                                                            Certificate—CODE #0996
The purpose of the Casino Careers Professional Development certificate program    The Word Processing program is designed for the student who wishes to
is to provide a unique career opportunity for individuals to gain employment      develop new office skills, particularly in the areas of word processing, or to
and subsequent advancement within the gaming and entertainment segment.           refine existing skills. This program is especially appropriate for a person who
The certificate program has been developed to provide individuals with an         has been out of high school for a period of time and is planning to enter or
opportunity to learn the casino industry business, to learn about the legal and   re-enter the office field.
regulatory aspects of gaming, to appreciate the need for appropriate security
in the casino business, to understand the particular functions of gaming in       Many, if not all courses are available online for those students who work full
a casino, to recognize the relationship of the casino industry to the overall     time and cannot attend classes during the day. This certificate program is
tourism environment in New York state, and to understand the importance of        offered both at the Morrisville main campus (day classes) and/or the Norwich
a customer service philosophy.                                                    campus (day/evening classes).

COURSE REQUIREMENTS                                               Credits         Students are trained in proper keyboarding and machine transcription
CAS          101   Introduction to the Casino Industry                      3     techniques, word processing skills and procedures, data processing basics,
CAS          102   Introduction to Gaming                                   3     letter and report writing, English grammar and spelling, basic accounting
CAS          103   Casino Security                                          3     principles, telephone operation, mail procedures, reprographics, filing and
BSAD         107   Legal and Regulatory Aspects of Gaming                   3     office machines. The program appeals to the student desiring skill in operating
CAS          240   Hospitality Sales and Marketing                          3     personal computers and other automatic office equipment. Faculty background
TOUR         250   Tourism Planning and Development                         3     includes practical office work experience. Students can easily continue into one
                                                                            18    of the associate degree programs in Office Technology.

Courses are offered on an alternating basis.                                      Accreditation: The Office Technology program is accredited by the Association
                                                                                  of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

                                                                                  COURSE REQUIREMENTS                                                 Credits
                                                                                  BSAD     102 Business Mathematics                                            3
                                                                                  BSAD     140 Business Communications                                         3
                                                                                  OFFT     120 Word Processing I                                               3
                                                                                  OFFT     130 Data Entry                                                      1
                                                                                  OFFT 113/114 * Keyboarding 2A and 2B                                         2
                                                                                  OFFT     210 Administrative Support Staff Procedures                         3