This program is designed to provide students with a solid foundation of courses to prepare them for a seamless transition into the BA Sport Management Program; including general education requirements, requisite business courses and lower level sport management courses. Graduates meeting SUNY Canton's program acceptance standards will be prepared to step directly into SUNY Canton's program as a junior armed with the tools to succeed.
Terms & Conditions
STUDENT ELIGIBILITY: Clinton Community college graduates who wish to transfer into SUNY Canton's Sports Management program must possess a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. SUNY Canton assures acceptance for Clinton Community College students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or better. Students are encouraged to apply during their last year at Clinton Community College.
TRANSFER CREDIT: A grade of C or better must be earned for each transfer credit of courses applicable to the bachelor's degree. To be eligible for graduation with a Bachelor's Degree, a minimum of 30 upper level sport management core courses or core elective courses must be taken in residence.
SUNY College of Technology at Canton requires that 122-124 credits be completed in order to earn the Bachelor of Business Administration: Sports Management. Students will be required to matriculate in accordance to the guidelines as specified in the policies of the academic catalog.
IMPLEMENTATION: Students transferring under this agreement into SUNY Canton, will whenever possible, be provided with a projected outline of their individual requirements for the Bachelor Degree.
LOCATION: SUNY Canton reserves the right to use classroom space at alternative locations and to offer all or part of this degree program as online.
FINANCIAL AID: A student accepted into SUNY Canton under this agreement is eligible to participate in all financial aid, grants, and scholarship programs customarily open to transfer students.
If either SUNY Canton or Clinton Community College makes changes to their programs, those changes will be communicated to the other college for review of this articulation agreement.
For information on the course requirements click on the transfer agreement below.
SUNY General Education Information for Transfer Students
To fulfill SUNY General Education Requirements recommended for community colleges, you should include a course from seven of the ten knowledge areas
(including mathematics and basic communication), two competency areas, and 30 total credits of SUNY General Education courses as part of your associate degree requirements.
General education requirements vary somewhat from campus to campus; thus, you should check the specific requirements of the institution to which you plan to transfer.
SUNY General Education Requirements Website
- For a description of the general education requirements by campus, visit:
Archive of prior degree requirements by academic year