These programs lead to a bachelors degree from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse. Students complete an A.S. in Math/Science at Clinton Community College and then transfer to SUNY ESF in Syracuse to complete a bachelors degree. Possible majors at SUNY ESF include: Aquatic and Fisheries Science, Bioprocess Engineering, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Conservation Biology, Construction Management, Environmental Biology, Environmental Resources and Forest Engineering, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Forest Ecosystems Science, Forest Health, Forest Resources Management, Landscape Architecture, Natural History and Interpretation, Natural Resources Management, Paper Engineering, Paper Science, Wildlife Science, and Wood Products Engineering.
Terms & Conditions
Admission to the bachelor degree programs at the Syracuse campus of SUNY-ESF will be guaranteed in most programs of study for CCC students who have achieved a 2.50 cumulative grade point average or higher in course work appropriate for the student’s intended program of study. Admission to all engineering programs at ESF is more competitive and is not guaranteed unless the student has a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and junior class standing. Students must achieve a grade of “C” or higher in order to transfer course work. Grades of less than “C” do not transfer. Additionally, students are expected to be prepared for Pre-Calculus level mathematics or higher for admission purposes. Students must complete the application for admission by the recommended filing deadline for the semester they intend to enroll. Applications completed after the recommended deadline will be considered on a space available basis.
Students who follow the Transfer Articulation Guidelines will typically enter SUNY-ESF’s Syracuse Campus with a full junior class status. Students who are not able to complete all prerequisites prior to their desired semester of enrollment, or have less than a 2.50 cumulative grade point average, may still be considered for admission. SUNY-ESF students are not required to meet the Foreign Language General Education requirement. Students should consult a SUNY-ESF Admissions Counselor if they have any questions regarding program of study requirements, transfer student status, or this agreement at 315-470-6600.