Dual Admission is a formal agreement between Buffalo State and regionally accredited two-year schools that allow students to transfer to the college seamlessly.
Students who complete the prescribed sequence of courses leading to an associate’s degree from their participating community college immediately continue their studies at Buffalo State with the understanding that they will be given the opportunity to complete all requirements in a parallel baccalaureate degree program in four semesters of full-time study at Buffalo State (unless otherwise specified by the program of study).
This assumes completion of the required credit hours, required grade point average (GPA), and required pre-requisite courses.
Articulation Agreements are an official agreement between Buffalo State and another regionally accredited school, which allows students to apply credits earned at the first institution toward advanced standing at Buffalo State in a specific program. These agreements are to be used as a planning tool.
The following schools have programs articulated with SUNY Buffalo State:
Bryant and Stratton College - Criminal Justice