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What you should know...

Choosing to attend The College at Brockport is the first step toward successfully completing your undergraduate degree!  If you are coming in as a freshman, you will be guided step by step to create a schedule that will jumpstart your college career. 

For those transferring in from another college, once you've been accepted and made your deposit, you will be contacted by a faculty member from our department to help you set up a schedule and get registered. 

IMPORTANT:  You are strongly encouraged to complete as many equivalents* of the following required courses as possible at your current school prior to transferring to Brockport.  For further information about each major, select from the links at the left.

MAJOR

COURSES TO TRANSFER

Earth Science
  • CHM 205 College Chemistry I
  • CHM 206 College Chemistry II
  • MTH 201 Calculus I
  • PHS 205 Intro to Physics I and
  • PHS 210 Intro to Physics II or
  • PHS 235 Physics I and
  • PHS 240 Physics II
Geology
  • GEL 201 Intro to Physical Geology (w/lab)
  • GEL 302 Historical Geology (w/lab)
  • CHM 205 College Chemistry I
  • CHM 206 College Chemistry II
  • MTH 201 Calculus I
  • MTH 202 Calculus II
  • PHS 235 Physics I (calc-based)
  • PHS 240 Physics II (calc-based)
Meteorology
  • CHM 205 Chemistry I
  • MTH 201 Calculus I
  • MTH 202 Calculus II
  • MTH 255 Differential Equations
  • PHS 235 Physics I (calc-based)
  • PHS 240 Physics II (calc-based)
Water Resources
  • CHM 205 College Chemistry I
  • CHM 206 College Chemistry II
  • MTH 201 Calculus I
  • MTH 202 Calculus II
  • PHS 235 Physics I
  • PHS 240 Physics II

*Equivalents must be at the same level as the required course.  Check with your school's advisement office to verify if a course you want to take or have taken is equivalent to ours. 

NOTE:  Those planning on pursuing teacher certification should expect an extended graduation date.  Visit the Education & Human Development website for more information on the education requirements.

Last Updated 6/20/13