BACCALAUREATE & MASTERS DEGREES

To meet the needs of busy working adults, Cayuga Community College partners with private and SUNY colleges that enable convenient, local access to accredited bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.

For general information on Cayuga’s University Center, please contact:

Janet A. Nelson
Director of Adult Learning

Cayuga Community College
197 Franklin Street
Auburn NY 13021
Room: M316
E-mail: nelsonj@cayuga-cc.edu
Phone: 315-294-8835

EXCELSIOR COLLEGE

BACHELOR’S DEGREES

Cayuga students can earn a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business, Management Information Systems, or Information Technology through a combination of extended study at Cayuga and online study with Excelsior. Cayuga graduates transfer their associate degree credits, take additional credits with Cayuga (in-class or online) and then complete any remaining degree requirements online with Excelsior College (minimum 12 Excelsior credits). The partnership affords students discounted rates in Excelsior tuition/fees.
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KEUKA COLLEGE

BACHELOR’S AND MASTER’S DEGREES

Keuka College’s Accelerated Studies for Adults Program (ASAP) on Cayuga Community College’s Auburn campus currently offers BS degrees in Criminal Justice, Nursing, Organizational Management and Social Work, and an MS in Management. ASAP students complete degree requirements one evening a week, one course at a time. To be admitted to an ASAP undergraduate program, an applicant should have at least 60 or more transferable credits from an accredited institution and carry a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA. Graduate applicants must have completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. All applicants must demonstrate an appropriate combination of maturity, experience and motivation.
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SUNY EMPIRE STATE COLLEGE

BACHELOR’S AND MASTER’S DEGREES

Students can earn a State University of New York bachelor’s degree through Empire State College (ESC) by doing independent study at Cayuga’s Auburn campus. Cayuga students can plan an ESC bachelor’s degree in coordination with their Cayuga Community College associate’s degree. ESC’s Auburn Unit is in Room M310 on Cayuga’s Auburn campus.
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THE GREATER ROCHESTER COLLABORATIVE (GRC)

MASTER OF SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM

The GRC is a unique partnership between SUNY College at Brockport and Nazareth College of Rochester. The collaborative enables local access to an affordable Master of Social Work Program (GRC-MSW). Consistent with the mission of both colleges, the MSW program affirms the tradition of promoting empowerment of all groups of people to achieve social justice and equality. Accredited by the Council of Social Work Education (CSWE), the program’s focus on community-based practice is unique in its emphasis on leadership in interdisciplinary teamwork across social systems. Students who have achieved a bachelor’s degree in social work within the past eight years from a CSWE accredited program are eligible to apply for the advanced standing, 36-credit program. Students holding other bachelor degrees may apply for the admission into the 60-credit program. Both MSW pathways are scheduled as part-time evening study on Cayuga’s Auburn campus.
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