Students’ General Education requirements are determined by their matriculation date. For the most accurate information about their requirements and options, students can consult the Course Catalog in effect in the year of their matriculation or seek guidance from their academic advisor.
Transfer, AP, or CLEP credits may fulfill General Education requirements.
Transfer students who have completed an Associate’s degree or 30 credits and seven of 10 SUNY categories at the time of their matriculation are finished with their general education requirements.
- Transfer students who do not meet these conditions will receive credit for the courses they transfer in as determined by their General Education transfer agreement. Remaining credits are fulfilled according to the requirements in place at Brockport.
For matriculated students, the degree audit tracks the completion of General Education requirements. Degree audits will reflect any transfer, AP, or CLEP credits that have been applied to fulfill General Education requirements. Students are responsible for consulting their audit frequently to make certain that these requirements are being completed in a timely manner. They should also discuss their General Education requirements with their advisors to make the most of this foundational part of their Brockport experience.
The program consists of 31-40 credits depending on course selection and certain variables discussed above.