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Articulation & Course Equivalency Guides

SUNY Upstate is an upper-division transfer and graduate college. Students in our bachelors programs complete a minimum 60 semester hours of prerequisite courses prior to enrolling. Students in our graduate degree programs complete prerequisite courses and a bachelor’s degree prior to enrolling.

The prerequisite courses are not taught at SUNY Upstate. Applicants take the prerequisite courses at another college prior to enrolling at Upstate. Applicants are able to attend the accredited college(s) of their choice to complete the prerequisites. Applicants who have questions about prerequisites may e-mail Student Admissions at [email protected]. Please include the name of the program you are considering in any correspondence.

Below is a list of course equivalencies for various community, 2 year and 4 year colleges. Additional course equivalency guides will be added as completed.

Please select a college or a course or both, then click Search:

PLEASE NOTE: The course equivalencies have been developed by SUNY Upstate Medical University as meeting the prerequisite course requirements for programs within the College of Health Professions. To find out which classes you need, check the prerequisites for your program and match them with the equivalent courses.

Completing the prerequisites does not guarantee admission to SUNY Upstate or our programs. Certain prerequisites may need to be completed prior to enrolling. Some of which may have their own prerequisites. It’s the prospective student’s responsibility to research this.

Prerequisites may be completed at any 2 or 4 year accredited college.

* Indicates colleges with which we have a 2+2 articulation agreement. Please note that we don't require prospective students attend a college we have articulate agreement with. Attending a college we have an articulation agreement with, doesn't increase your odds of admission.