Empire State College offers the following undergraduate degree programs
As noted in the chart below:
To satisfy the State University of New York general education requirement, all undergraduate degree programs must have at least 30 credits over seven general education knowledge and skill areas. Students are required to meet the areas of Mathematics and Basic Communication. See the general education policy for details.
MinimumSUNY General Education
The length of time it takes you to complete your degree depends on how much relevant college-level learning you already have, what you need to study to complete your degree and whether you enroll full time or part time.
Individual degree program concentrations may be drawn from one or more of the following comprehensive areas of study:
In addition to the general expectations for degree program plan design, the college has established curricular guidelines for each of the academic areas of study in which concentrations may be developed. These area of study guidelines describe the college's general expectations for the academic content of concentrations within each area of study.
Because certain kinds of professional education are regulated by state education law, colleges may not offer professional concentrations in areas covered by the law unless authorized to do so. Empire State College may not approve some concentrations in such areas as nursing, engineering and education.