JOHNSTOWN — Fulton-Montgomery Community College and University at Albany recently signed a transfer agreement for 56 programs covering several majors.  This means that students from F-MCC can seamlessly transfer into their program of study at the University at Albany to continue their upper level courses and complete their bachelor’s degree.

Some new programs at SUNY Albany included in these transfer agreements are: emergency preparedness, homeland security, and cyber security; digital forensics and computer engineering. Other more broad programs include social sciences, business, social welfare, and the physical sciences.  Students will begin their studies at F-MCC and end their studies with a bachelor’s degree from University at Albany.  This allows students who want to stay in the Capital Region the opportunity to do just that.

“Strengthening the partnership between FM and University at Albany allows for students to know exactly what courses to take at FM to transfer in junior standing as their coursework is completely outlined,” said Dr. Greg Truckenmiller, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at F-MCC.

To learn more about beginning your studies at F-MCC and transferring to University at Albany, contact F-MCC’s Admissions Office at 518-736-3622, ext. 8301.