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2+2 Transfer Pathway Guides

2+2 with SUNY Brockport

B.S. Psychology (PC31)

MCC Degree Awarded:

Psychology A.S. (PC01)

Please note that some courses required in a 2+2 Transfer Pathway may not be required for the MCC program. This could have financial aid implications. Students should meet with their department or with a transfer counselor to discuss an academic plan and recommended sequence of courses.
2020-2021
2+2Sheet

Distribution Requirements
Credit Hours
FIRST SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychological Science-  Grade of 'C' or higher required by Brockport
3
ENG 101 - College Composition OR ENG 200 - Advanced Composition
3
SUNY-H Elective* (PHL 103 Introduction to Ethics recommended)
3
Open Elective*
3
MCC-HW Elective*
3
First Semester Total:
15
SECOND SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
PSY 108 - Fundamentals of APA Style
1
PSY 201 - Developmental Psychology - Child OR PSY 202 - Developmental Psychology –
Adolescence OR PSY 212 - Developmental Psychology - Lifespan Grade of 'C' or higher required
by Brockport
3
MTH 162 - Statistics for the Social Sciences (MTH 160 and MTH 161 together can substitute for MTH 162) Grade of 'C' or higher required by Brockport
4
SUNY-NS Elective** (Recommended BIO 133 Human Biology with BIO 132 Laboratory)
4
Program Elective***
3
Second Semester Total:
15
THIRD SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
PSY 205 - Social Psychology Grade of 'C' or higher required by Brockport
3
PSY 206 - Abnormal Psychology Grade of 'C' or higher required by Brockport
3
SUNY-A Elective* OR SUNY-AH Elective* OR SUNY-FL Elective* OR SUNY-WC Elective*
3
ANT 102 - Cultural Anthropology - WR OR GLS 100/SOC 210 - Global Interdependence - WR
3
Open Elective*
3
Third Semester Total:
15
FOURTH SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
PSY 220 - Research Methods in Social Sciences Grade of 'C' or higher required by Brockport
3
Any SUNY GER Elective*
3
Program Elective***
3
Open Elective*
3
Open Elective*
3
Fourth Semester Total:
15
TOTAL CREDITS
60
Additional Program Information:
* When choosing SUNY Elective, MCC Elective and Open Elective courses, refer to SUNY General Education Courses:
http://www.monroecc.edu/etsdbs/MCCatPub.nsf/suny+gen+ed?OpenView AND
MCC General Education Courses:
http://www.monroecc.edu/etsdbs/MCCatPub.nsf/mcc+gen+ed?OpenView AND Brockport Transfer Planning Guide: https://www.brockport.edu/academics/advisement/transfer_credit_guide/schools/mcc/index.html
** Course selection is restricted to SUNY-NS with lab.
*** PROGRAM ELECTIVES: Choose any PSY course not already taken as a requirement for the degree (except PSY 290); or SOC 101. Brockport requires PSY 101 and PSY 108 and transfers a maximum of 4 of the following PSY courses: PSY 205, PSY 206, PSY 215 (generally offered Fall only), and Developmental Psychology (PSY 201 or 202 or 212)
Grade of 'C' or higher in PSY courses is required by Brockport

NOTE: AP, IB, CLEP, HIGH SCHOOL DUAL CREDIT COURSES, ONLINE COURSES:
Credits showing as accepted at MCC may not be transferable. Students should meet with a representative of the four year college or the MCC Advisement and Transfer Services to determine if those credits are transferable.


A GPA of 2.0 is required for completion and graduation in this MCC 2+2 major.
A Brockport psychology GPA of 2.00 is required in order to graduate with a major in psychology.
NOTE:  For students matriculating in Fall, 2019 or later, a grade of "C" or above is required in each of the core courses. Grades of "C-" or lower in these courses are NOT acceptable and require repeats unless otherwise specified. Students who entered the program prior to Fall 2019 may opt in to this requirement.
B.S. Psychology: https://www.brockport.edu/academics/psychology/

Requirement for all Brockport 2+2 Programs: Matriculated, Continuous, Full Time Enrollment (12 credit hours min.)
The Psychology A.S. (PC01) will be the degree student is audited against and awarded from MCC.
Documentation source: MCC Advisement & Transfer Services 2020-2021.




Links to information at SUNY Brockport
B.S. Psychologyhttps://www.brockport.edu/academics/psychology/