SUNY Broome students majoring in Sports Management, Music, Mathematics and Criminal Justice now have new opportunities for seamless transfer to finish their bachelor’s degree.

The college recently finalized transfer agreements with SUNY Canton and the University of Limerick in western Ireland, its first international partner.

“We often say, ‘You can go anywhere from here.’ As these latest transfer agreements show, it’s really true,” said SUNY Broome President Kevin E. Drumm. “You can even take a global path and finish your bachelor’s in Ireland. No matter what field you’re in or where you are headed, SUNY Broome will get you there — even to Ireland.”   

The new transfer agreement with SUNY Canton links SUNY Broome’s A.S. in Sports Management to the latter’s B.B.A. program in the same field. The college also has finalized three transfer agreements with the University of Limerick in Criminal Justice, Mathematics and Performing Arts.

The Limerick transfer agreements apply to students in SUNY Broome’s Criminal Justice —  Police A.A.S. and Criminal Justice – Corrections A.S. programs; the Mathematics A.S. program; and the Music A.S. program tracks in Education and Performance, Sound Engineering or Music Therapy. All students must maintain at least a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 to be eligible.

To qualify, Mathematics students must take MAT 250: Discrete Mathematics, and MAT 266: Introduction to Higher Math or MAT 282: Differential Equations with Linear Algebra before transfer. Music students, with the exception of those in sound engineering, must complete an audition by Limerick Music Department, which will be conducted on the SUNY Broome campus.

SUNY Broome currently has nearly 150 transfer agreements with almost three dozen different colleges and universities.

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