The Liberal Arts: Humanities/Social Science degree requires a student to take a sampling of courses in the various disciplines that make up the overall category of liberal arts: humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and science. Students will select courses in all the categories listed above, but those earning the Liberal Arts: Humanities/Social Science degree with the Seamless Transfer Pathway in Art will take more art courses. The Seamless Transfer Program in Art will prepare the student who is considering a major or minor in fine arts or graphic design, or is considering a future career as an art teacher or art instructor for transfer into a four year art program. However, any student with an interest in art can follow the art pathway and graduate with their liberal arts degree from Clinton Community College. This degree is specifically designed to prepare students to transfer into a baccalaureate program in one of the humanities or social science disciplines Graduates transfer to numerous four-year colleges and universities throughout the State University of New York (SUNY) system, as well as private institutions, where they can often enter with junior status and take additional courses to complete a bachelor’s degree in a specific major. CCC also has specific articulation agreements with several institutions for a number of bachelor’s degree programs. By carefully following the sequence of courses listed in the respective articulation agreement (available on CCC’s website by following the links: Current Students; Academics; Degrees/Certificates Offered; 2 + 2 Programs), students may be in a position to transfer into their junior year at the four-year college or university. Some of these agreements require students to cross register and take courses at the transfer institution while they are at CCC, but this incurs no additional cost as long as the student is enrolled in at least twelve credit hours at CCC.