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2+2 Transfer Pathway Guides

2+2 with SUNY Fredonia

B.S. Business/Finance/Management/Marketing/Individualized Specialization (BU37) & B.S. Accounting/Public Accountancy (BA34)

MCC Degree Awarded:

Business Administration A.S. (BU01)

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: 16 Credit Hours
 BUS 104 - Introduction to Business
3
 ENG 101 - College Composition OR ENG 200 - Advanced Composition
3
MTH 165 - College Algebra OR higher Required for 2+2 BA34/BU37 MTH 200
4
 ACC 101 - Accounting Principles I
4
 MCC-HW Elective*
 2
First Semester Total:
16
SECOND SEMESTER 16 Credit Hours
 ACC 102 - Accounting Principles II
4
 MTH 160 - Statistics I
3
 MAR 200 - Principles of Marketing
3
SUNY-H Elective Choose PHL 101 Intro to Philosophy OR PHL 103 Intro to Ethics OR PHL105 Technology & Values OR PHL 250 Professional Ethics.
3
SUNY-OWC Elective* OR SUNY-WC Elective*
3
Second Semester Total:
16
THIRD SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
 BUS 201 - Business Law I
3
 BUS 204 - Management: Theory and Practice OR BUS 208 - Organizational Behavior
3
 ECO 111 - Principles of Microeconomics
3
SUNY-A Elective* (Excluding performance or studio art courses) OR SUNY-FL Elective*
Strongly Recommended for 2+2 BA34/BU37 SUNY Foreign Language
3
Open Elective* Recommended for 2+2 BA34/BU37 Non BUS/ACC courses**
3
Third Semester Total:
15
FOURTH SEMESTER 14-16 Credit Hours
 BUS 220 - Applied Business Applications
 3
 ECO 112 - Principles of Macroeconomics
3
MTH 161 - Statistics II OR higher Required for 2+2 BA34/BU37 MTH 200 if not taken prior
3
SUNY-NS Elective*
3-4
Open Elective* Recommended for 2+2 BA34/BU37 Non BUS/ACC courses**
2-3
Fourth Semester Total:
14-16
TOTAL CREDITS:
61-63
Additional Program Information:
*When choosing SUNY Elective, Open Elective and MCC 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 ** Recommended take courses required for a minor at Fredonia: https//www.fredonia.edu/academics/majors-programs

NOTE: Students who have met 7/10/30 SUNY Gen Ed courses as indicated on their GETA will have satisfied the Fredonia Foundations general education requirement.
NOTE: Beginning Fall 2021, students may apply a maximum of 60 transfer credits at the lower division (Fredonia equivalent courses at the 100/200 level towards their baccalaureate degree). Students may apply an additional 15 credits at the upper division (Fredonia equivalent courses at the 300/400 level towards their baccalaureate degree).

NOTE: Fredonia requires C- in all supporting courses, lower level business core and upper level business core and major specific courses. All Business Administration majors must complete every one of the Supporting Courses, Lower Level Business Core Courses, Upper Level Business Core Courses, and Major Specific Courses with a minimum grade of C-: MTH 160, 200; ACC 101 (MCC requires ACC 101 grade of 'C'), ACC 102; ECO 111 (MCC requires ECO 111 grade of 'C'), ECO 112; BUS 220.

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

2.0 GPA required for continuation at SUNY Fredonia Accounting and Business majors.
B.S. Accounting/B.S. Business:  https://www.fredonia.edu/academics/colleges-schools/school-business/business/programs-school-business
Requirements for all Fredonia 2+2 Programs: Matriculated, Continuous, Full Time Enrollment (12 or more credit hours).
The Business Administration A.S. (BU01) will be the degree student is audited against and awarded from MCC.

Documentation Source: Advisement and Transfer Services 2020-2021.