A separate application or prerequisite courses may be required for admission to your intended major. Review our undergraduate majors and programs of study to determine if your intended major has additional requirements for admission. If your major offers a concentration, let the Office of Undergraduate Admissions know your intended concentration.
Majors and programs with special admission requirements may change without notice. Please refer to your intended undergraduate major and program of study page for the most up-to-date information.
Childhood and Adolescence Education Certification
After acceptance to the University, students interested in our education programs (except for health science and physical education) must declare their intent to enroll in the Childhood Inclusive Generalist Program or the Adolescence Inclusive Generalist Education Program. Education is not a major at SUNY Brockport.
Childhood and Adolescence Education Program Information
All students pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) should contact the Department of Nursing prior to applying to the University. Progression into the nursing program requires a separate application to the major, as acceptance to the University does not guarantee acceptance to the nursing program. Progression into our traditional nursing program is competitive.
The application is open to students enrolled at Brockport (apply during your sophomore year) and transfer students.
Admission to the Bachelor of Science in Social Work requires a separate application to the major, as acceptance to the University does not guarantee acceptance to the social work program. Admission is competitive.
The application is open to students enrolled at Brockport (must hold junior status) and transfer students.
Several majors at the University offer concentrations. We encourage you to review our undergraduate programs of study and notify the Office of Undergraduate Admissions of your intended concentration.