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ext. 5018 or 5022
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OASIS (Online Associate in Science in Individual Studies) provides students with the opportunity to earn a degree completely online through the SUNY Learning Network (SLN). The flexibility of the program allows students to select courses that meet their educational and professional goals.
The Individual Studies Program combines classes in natural science, mathematics, humanities, and social sciences with a series of classes that are selected to fulfill individual goals.
In addition to the convenience of taking classes from a home or office computer, this unique degree program may allow students to transfer as many as 30 applicable credits from accredited institutions. Students must complete the remaining 30 credits of college-level course work either at SUNY Ulster or by taking courses offered through the SUNY Learning Network. Within those 30 credits, at least 15 must be offered by SUNY Ulster.
Students enrolled in this program can choose from more than 900 courses offered through the SUNY colleges and universities that make up the SUNY Learning Network (SLN).
At the completion of the AS Individual Studies Degree program, a student will be able to
An Associate's Degree in Individual Studies provides a wide range of employment potential. Depending on the focus of the major, graduates are eligible for a number of entry-level positions. Transfer options make career choices even broader.
The OASIS program is unique, and by following any of the links below, you will find additional information such as how to apply, tuition, financial aid, degree requirements, what type of computer equipment you will need, frequently asked questions, the current SUNY Ulster Online Class Schedule, and a link to the SUNY Learning Network.
Requirements for Program Entry
Advisement and Registration
Academic advisement for matriculated students is available online. Each student will be assigned an advisor to assist with registration and program planning. For special fees associated OASIS and SLN, click here.
For More Information
Coordinator, Individual Studies
Office: Vanderlyn Hall, VAN 229
Phone: 800:724-0833, ext 5128 or
The OASIS online program has the same requirements as the regular Individual Studies program.
To print a copy of the Program Planning Sheet, click here.
|Curriculum - Required Courses
Click on the Course Number for the course description.
|ENG 101 *||College English I||3|
|ENG 102||College English II||3|
|COM 103 or
COM 105 **
General Education Course:
|LIB 111||Information Literacy||1|
|MAT 105 or higher||General Education Course: College Algebra or higher-level math course||3-4|
|Elective||General Education Course: Natural Science Elective||3-4|
GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES: Choose general education electives from the following categories: Arts, American
History, Foreign Languages, Other World Civilizations, Social Science, Western Civilization,
Humanities, Mathematics, and Natural Science.
|American History||General Education||3|
|Fine Arts||General Education||3|
|Foreign Language||General Education||3-4|
|Other World Civilization||General Education||3|
|Social Science||General Education||3|
|Western Civilization||General Education||3|
Individual Studies Electives
|The minimum number of credits required for graduation||60-61|
NOTE: ENG 101 is a pre/co-requisite for all history and 200-level sociology courses.
200-Level Credit Policy: The policy requires students graduating in Individual Studies programs complete a minimum of 12 credits in 200-level course work as a graduation requirement.