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2+2 Transfer Pathway Guides

2+2 with SUNY Fredonia

B.A. Journalism/B.S. Audio Production, Communication Studies, Media Management, Video Production (CM33)

MCC Degree Awarded:

Communication & Media Studies A.S. (CM01)

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
 COM 101 - Introduction to Mass Media
3
 SPC 141 - Interpersonal Speech Communication
3
ENG 101 College Composition OR ENG 200 Advanced Composition
3
 SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology - WR
3
 MTH 150 - Survey of Mathematics OR higher
 MCC Public Relations Track and Fredonia Public Relations major take MTH 160 Statistics I
 3
First Semester Total:
15
SECOND SEMESTER 15-16 Credit Hours
 COM 150 - Video Production I
3
 SPC 142 - Public Speaking
3
 ENG 250 - Professional Communication
3
SUNY-FL Elective
3
SUNY-NS Elective Recommended for 2+2 CM33 BIO 116 Environmental Biology OR CHE 110 Chemistry of Indulgence
3-4
Second Semester Total:
15-16
THIRD SEMESTER: 15 Credit Hours
 MCC-HW Elective*
3
 COM 131 - Principles of Journalism# OR  SPC 143 - Small Group Communication#
3
 COM 120 - Media Literacy
3
Open Elective#
3
Open Elective# OR BUS 104 - Introduction to Business#
3
Third Semester Total:
15
FOURTH SEMESTER 15 Credit Hours
 COM 270 - Media and Society
 3
 SUNY-H Elective* OR SUNY-WC Elective*
 (SUNY-H recommendations - PHL 101, ENG 105, CIN 120; SUNY-WC recommendations -   ART 118, 119)
3
COM 109 - An Introduction to Public Relations# OR COM 142 - Broadcast Performance #
3
COM 130 - Media Writing -WR# OR BUS 208 -  Organizational Behavior#
3
Open Elective##
3
Fourth Semester Total:
15
TOTAL CREDITS:
60-61
Additional Program Information:
*When choosing SUNY 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
NOTE: Students who have met 7/10/30 SUNY General Education courses as indicated on their GETA will have satisfied Fredonia Foundations General Education Requirement.

#MCC Journalism Track take COM 130, COM 131, COM 142
#MCC Public Relations Track COM 109, COM 130, COM 131; SPC 143.
#MCC Speech Communications Track take BUS 104; BUS 208; COM 109; SPC 143.
##Open elective recommendations for Fredonia: COM 202, 204, 230; SPC 143
NOTE: COM 230 and SPC 143 transfer to Fredonia at the 300 level.

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: 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.

Grade Point Average:2.5-3.0. Students are directly admitted to the Fredonia major if they have a 3.0 gpa. If they have a 2.5-2.99, they must earn a cumulative average of a 2.5 in their communication courses and a C or higher in SPC 140 (COMM 101) and a C in one of the following:COM 101= COMM 102; SPC 142 = COMM 105; COM 120 = COMM 155. Students must earn a C or higher in all major courses.
B.A. Journalism/B.S. Audio Production, Communication Studies, Media Management, Video Production: http://www.fredonia.edu/communication/degreepro

Requirements for all Fredonia 2+2 Programs: Matriculated, Continuous, Full Time Enrollment (12 or more credit hours)
The Communication & Media Studies A.S.(CM01) will be the degree student is audited against and awarded from MCC.

Documentation Source: Advisement and Transfer Services 2020-2021.