Program Search Instructions
SUNY's Program Search allows you to search for an undergraduate degree program available
at 52 of SUNY's 64 campuses. Below is a list of the Non-Participating campuses. For information about academic programs offered
at these campuses, please visit campus Web sites.
- Alfred University, NYS College of Ceramics
- College of Optometry
- Cornell University
NYS College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
NYS College of Human Ecology
NYS College of Industrial & Labor Relations
NYS College of Veterinary Medicine
- Downstate Medical Center
- Empire State College
- Health Sciences Center at Stony Brook University
- Nassau Community College
- Rockland Community College
- Suffolk County Community College
- Westchester Community College
There are hundreds of academic degree programs (majors only) that may be viewed within the Program
Finder. SUNY campuses also offer a variety of minors, concentrations and other groupings of courses that
could provide an excellent match for your interests (for more information contact the campuses directly
or check out the campus Web sites).
Use the "Search by Keyword" field to see a variety of Program categories at one time. For example,
if you enter "acc" the Programs Accounting, Management Accounting, and Time-Shortened Baccalaureate
would be retrieved. Entering "art" will result in a large number of art curricula including Art History
and Art Studio. You will also see other programs like Adolescence Education: Earth Science and Communications
and Media Arts. Click on any Program category to determine at which SUNY campuses it is offered.
Detailed information about each degree type (certificate, associate or bachelor's) can be found below:
If you are applying for admission to SUNY as a freshman or transfer student, you will need to choose a
Program for each of your campus choices. You may also choose not to declare a major by using the Program
code 0000 (undeclared).
Certificate programs consist of courses, typically offered through community colleges, that
lead directly to employment after a one-year program of study.
Associate degree programs (including AAS, AS, AA, AOS), which usually take two years study,
prepare students for employment or for transfer into a bachelor's program at a four-year campus. Associate
degrees are offered at Community Colleges and the Technology Colleges.
Bachelor's degree programs (including BS, BA, BTech, BBA, BFA) are synonymous with "college degrees".
You receive a bachelor's degree when you complete your undergraduate studies, typically requiring a four-year,
full-time collegiate experience. Univeristy Centers/Doctoral Granting Institutions, University Colleges and
the Technology Colleges offer bachelor's degrees.