Liberal Arts - A.A.
The Liberal Arts Associate in Arts major offers a traditional university-parallel program for students who want to go on to a baccalaureate degree in any of the Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. Interested in becoming a psychologist, a writer or a historian? This is where to begin. Not sure? This is the place to explore your options.
Students who complete our LAAA degree are prepared for transfer to four-year institutions throughout the United States. If transferring to a SUNY school, they bring with them all SUNY general education requirements and can usually enter as juniors.
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Program ContactsDonna M. Rehak, M.S.W.
Titchener Building, 210 J
Department: Liberal Arts
Division: Liberal Arts
In order to ensure seamless transfer, students should learn as much as they can about their baccalaureate program requirements either by consulting a SUNY Broome academic advisor or a transfer counselor at the transfer school. Some four year programs automatically admit those with the LAAA degree, others have structured “2+2” articulation agreements.
Transfer to some colleges is guaranteed through an articulation agreement between SUNY Broome and the transfer institution. Articulation agreements can be viewed here.