SUNY Broome’s transfer agreement with Excelsior College covers Business and Business Information Technology programs. Students can transfer up to 99 credits from SUNY Broome towards the Excelsior College Bachelor of Science in Business (Concentrations include: General Business, Accounting, Finance, Global Business, Management of Human Resources, Marketing, Operations Management, Management Information Systems, and Risk Management and Insurance.)
Students with an Associate’s Degree in a Health Science field may wish to pursue their Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science. Areas of Emphasis include Gerontology, End of Life Care, Public Health, and others. For those with an interest in the business side of health care, the Health Care Management degree may be a good fit.
Individuals who hold an Associate’s degree in Nursing are able to complete additional Arts and Science courses at SUNY Broome to fulfill requirements for their Bachelors of Science in Nursing. Students then complete the Nursing component through Excelsior College.
Computer Studies transfer and non-transfer degree graduates can choose from Excelsior’s economically advantageous, on-line, Bachelor’s Degree options including: a General Option, Information Security, Network Management, and Cybersecurity Technology. Many third-year courses can be completed at SUNY Broome.
Individuals who have earned an Associate’s Degree in the Liberal Arts field can earn their Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Humanities, and more. By combining general education courses and sequences in history, mathematics, science and others, students can take up to 90 credits or three fourths of the coursework toward their Bachelor’s degree at SUNY Broome.
After earning an AAS degree in Criminal Justice-Police or AS in Corrections at SUNY Broome, students can combine their degree with a third year of study at SUNY Broome and then transfer to Excelsior College for the final 30 credits of upper-division coursework. Bachelor’s Degrees in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Administration of Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Public Safety, or Investigative Forensics are available. The third year of study at SUNY Broome consists of additional courses in psychology, sociology, history, criminal justice and liberal arts electives.