JAMESTOWN - Students who plan to transfer from Jamestown Community College to the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) can now count among their ESF degree choices a new Associate of Applied Science degree in Environmental & Natural Resources Conservation and a new Bachelor of Science degree in Sustainable Energy Management.
A transfer articulation agreement with SUNY-ESF guarantees acceptance of JCC students who earn a minimum overall grade point average of 2.5 in coursework appropriate for their intended program of study. Students can transfer with sophomore standing to their choice from among three associate's degree programs offered at SUNY-ESF's New York State Ranger School at Wanakena, or with junior standing to their choice from among 20 bachelor's degree programs offered at SUNY-ESF's Syracuse campus.
The agreement outlines coursework, academic credits, and grade point average (GPA) expectations required of JCC students planning to transfer to SUNY-ESF programs.
SUNY-ESF also offers bachelor's degree programs in aquatic and fisheries science, bioprocess engineering, biotechnology, chemistry, conservation biology, construction management, environmental biology, environmental resources and forest engineering, environmental science, environmental studies, forest ecosystem science, forest health, forest resources management, landscape architecture, natural history and interpretation, natural resources management, paper engineering, paper science, and wildlife science.
SUNY-ESF also offers a bachelor's degree in landscape architecture, which leads to a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (B.L.A.) degree.
Students may also transfer to The Ranger School campus to complete the second year of the Associate in Applied Science degree in forest technology or land surveying technology.
An overview of the transfer agreement with SUNY-ESF is available at www.sunyjcc.edu/transfer/agreements.