Articulation Agreements

Articulation Agreements are formal agreements between the College of Staten Island and other academic institutions that create special pathways for prospective transfer and graduate students. Some agreements also serve CSI students who may be interested in particular programs or degrees not offered at CSI. The agreements detail the course of study that a student should follow in order to transfer into a specific program at CSI or to continue at a professional/graduate school at a partner institution. The agreements create clear admission requirements, maximize the number of transfer credits and in many cases, save money.

Contact the Office of Academic Assessment to request alternative access to any of the documents listed below.

Guttman Community College (GCC)

GCC Associate in Arts (AA) in Human Services to CSI Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW)


Kingsborough Community College (KBCC) Articulation Agreement

KBCC Earth and Planetary Sciences (AS) to CSI Earth and Environmental Science (BS)


 

Post & Telecommunications Institute of Technology Agreement  (Hanoi, Vietnam)

Computer Science (BS) and Computer Engineering (BS) Joint Programs 


The Center for Advanced Studies/Academic Liaison Systems Agreement  (Tokyo, Japan)

Transfer Credit and Admission Agreement for all CSI offerings


Institut de Preparation a l'Administration et a la Gestio (IPAG) Articulation Agreement (Nice, France)

IPAG Diploma in Business and Management (Grade Master) - International Business to CSI Master of Science in Business Management

The College of Staten Island (CSI/CUNY) and the University at Buffalo School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (UB SPPS/SUNY) have three collaborative agreements that provide CSI students opportunities to earn a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.

 

Students can pursue three options with established CSI to UB pathways including two accelerated options: 6 years (2+4) and 7 years (3+4) as well as a more traditional route of 8 years (4+4). All options begin with taking prerequisite degree requirements at CSI in Biology, Chemistry or Biochemistry and completing the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) at UB SPPS. A CUNY-SUNY partnership ensures a world-class education with significant cost savings of up to $150,000 compared to the equivalent degrees offered by private colleges.

 

Visit the program webpage for more information.