School of Arts & Sciences 2+2 Agreements
Each year, students transfer into our School of Arts & Sciences from schools across the country with great success. If a 2+2 transfer agreement does not exist with your college, Clarkson will work with you to maximize the possibilities of your transfer credit into your major of interest at Clarkson. Many of Clarkson’s transfer students do not enter under an articulation agreement in the School of Arts & Sciences and graduate in two years.
Fulton-Montgomery Community College - Johnstown, NY
- Applied Mathematics & Statistics
- Environmental Health Science (Industrial Hygiene)
- Environmental Science & Policy
David D. Reh School of Business 2+2 Agreements
Majors in the Clarkson University School of Business include:
- Business Intelligence & Data Analytics - blends technology, management and operations.
- Global Supply Chain Management - blends operations, marketing, technology, and economics.
- Innovation & Entrepreneurship - blends marketing, management, technology, and economics
- Financial Information & Analysis - blends finance, accounting, technology, and economics
- Engineering & Management - blends engineering and business
Each year, students transfer into our Reh School of Business from schools across the country with great success. If a 2+2 transfer agreement does not exist with your college, Clarkson will work with you to maximize the possibilities of your transfer credit into your major of interest at Clarkson. Students pursuing an A.S. in Business Administration are typically able to transfer to Clarkson with junior status. Many of Clarkson’s transfer students do not enter under an articulation agreement in the School of Business and graduate in two years. Below are just a few of schools students transfer from each year successfully without an agreement. Please contact us at 315-268-2125 to discuss your options.
Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering 2+2/3+2 Agreements
Engineering majors at Clarkson include Aeronautical, Chemical, Computer, Civil, Environmental, Engineering & Management, Electrical, Mechanical and Software. Students are encouraged to work with the 2+2 liaison at the two-year school and the Office of Transfer Admission at Clarkson to ensure proper course selection. If an agreement does not exist with your school or major or interest, we are happy to work with you on course selection to help maximize your transferable credit to Clarkson University.
Clarkson University has a long-standing transfer agreement with colleges belonging to the Two-Year Engineering Science Association (TYESA) in New York State. If your school offers an A.S. degree in Engineering Science, you may be able to transfer into Engineering at Clarkson with junior status even if there is not a formal agreement below. If you have questions about your college, please contact us for proper advisement. Engineering programs at Clarkson included in the TYESA agreement include Aeronautical, Chemical, Civil, Environmental, Engineering & Management, Electrical and Mechanical.
- Adirondack Community College - Glens Falls, NY
- SUNY Alfred - Alfred, NY
- Broome Community College - Binghamton, NY
- SUNY Canton - Canton, NY
- Corning Community College - Corning, NY
- Dutchess Community College - Poughkeepsie, NY
- Erie Community College - Williamsville, NY
- Finger Lakes Community College - Canandaigua, NY**
- Fulton-Montgomery Community College - Johnstown, NY
- Genesee Community College - Batavia, NY**
- Hudson Valley Community College - Troy, NY
- Jamestown Community College - Jamestown, NY**
- Jefferson Community College - Watertown, NY
- Mohawk Valley Community College - Utica, NY
- Monroe Community College - Rochester, NY (Dual Admission)
- Nassau Community College - Garden City, NY**
- Onondaga Community College - Syracuse, NY**
- Orange Community College - Middletown, NY
- Suffolk Community College - Selden, NY**
- Tompkins Cortland County Community College - Dryden, NY
- Ulster Community College - Stone Ridge, NY
These agreements have been established with four-year liberal arts institutions. Students will complete three years of study at the liberal arts institution and two years of study at Clarkson in a carefully planned engineering curriculum. Upon completion of studies at Clarkson, participants will receive two bachelor’s degrees, one from Clarkson and one from the liberal arts institution.
Although it is the intention of this program and every effort will be made on the part of both institutions to follow the 3-2 format, certain situations, including selection of courses and engineering major, may necessitate the requirement of the student to spend either an additional semester(s) of study beyond two years at Clarkson and/or overload the number of credits normally taken by an engineering student at Clarkson for one or more semesters to meet the engineering degree requirements at Clarkson.
While we continuously work to update agreements, 3-2 programs take careful course planning at both the liberal arts institution and Clarkson. We encourage you to contact the Office of Transfer Admission at Clarkson in order to ensure proper course selection and the most updated list of agreements. It is important to contact the Office of Transfer Admission at Clarkson, and the 3-2 Engineering Coordinator at the liberal arts institution, to indicate your interest in this program. Special advising will be required from the very first year of your studies.
Interested students apply for the program during the fall or spring of their junior year.