All coursework is online and in asynchronous format, making it flexible for the working professional. In addition, the program can be completed either part-time or full-time depending on the needs of the student.
Please note the Online Degree Completion program in Business Administration is designed to be a two-year program. We cannot guarantee the program can be completed in an accelerated period. However, we can work closely with you to plan your remaining course requirements to help you finish as soon as possible depending on course availability.
Students must earn a minimum GPA of 2.5 in the seven foundation courses, with no grade lower than “C-” to earn admission to the major. Note that this 2.5 minimum GPA includes transfer grades.
SUNY Brockport awards transfer credit for course work completed at institutions accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and other such regional accrediting bodies. Course work from other accredited institutions is accepted only upon departmental recommendation.
You can transfer a maximum of 64 credits from any accredited two-year college. Therefore, although you may have completed more than 64 credits at your community college, as perhaps listed on your degree audit report, don’t forget that the degree audit will only apply 64 of your credits (those most useful) toward your Brockport degree. The maximum number of transfer credits that can be applied to your Brockport degree (a combination of two-year colleges and four-year colleges/non-college sources such as AP, IB, CLEP, etc.) is 90 credits.
STAR-NY tutors are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are available Sundays through Thursdays from 7 - 11:59 pm
Go to STAR-NY online tutoring, click “request a tutor” and login using your netID and password.
Watch the brief STAR-NY Tutoring Video
Writing Tutoring: Asynchronous tutoring is reserved for distance learners and students who are not available for Brockport or STAR-NY synchronous tutoring. Asynchronous writing tutoring does not take place in real time. Instead, you submit notes, an outline, or a draft along with your questions to ASC Writing Tutoring, and a tutor responds through email. The tutor will respond to your questions, make margin comments, and send your materials back to you within 5 business days. You may request an asynchronous follow-up session after you have had a chance to revise in response to the tutor’s comments.
Course Specific Tutoring: Tutoring for specific courses is designed to help students who have questions about their course work that is specific to the content of the course. Tutoring for specific courses offers students the opportunity to discuss concepts presented in lectures or reading materials, learn problem-solving and critical thinking strategies, improve study skills, and develop learning strategies.
Yes. You are eligible to apply for FAFSA and undergraduate loans. Please contact our Financial Aid Office at (585) 395-2501 or email@example.com for assistance.
Yes. The School of Business and Management is pleased to offer our students awards and scholarships that are exclusively granted to majors in our programs. These scholarships and awards are administered through the Brockport Foundation Scholarship Office and are not related to aid programs. Learn more about how to apply & what scholarships are available: Brockport Foundation Scholarships