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Academic Programs at Fulton

As an extension campus, we are not able to offer all required courses for degree programs on site. However, you can complete 50-90% of many of our degrees at Fulton and fulfill some requirements on-line or at another location (Auburn, Fulton YMCA, G. Ray Bodley High School, to name a few).

The following degrees can be earned entirely at the Fulton campus except 3 credits of health and physical education to be taken at other locations.

  • A.A. – Liberal Arts and Science: Humanities & Social Sciences with
    concentrations in Criminal Justice, Early Childhood, Education, Literature, Psychology, Writing
  • A.A. – Liberal Arts & Science/Childhood Education with
    concentrations in English, General Science, History/Social Studies
  • A.A. – Liberal Arts & Science/Adolescent Education with
    concentrations in English, History/Social Studies, Mathematics
  • A.S. – Liberal Arts/Math & Science
  • A.S. – Business Administration
  • A.S. – Computer Science
  • A.S. – Information Technology
  • A.A.S. – Accounting
  • A.A.S. – Business Administration
  • A.A.S. – Computer Information Systems Internet Technology Option
  • A.A.S. – Criminal Justice: Police
  • A.A.S. – Criminal Justice: Corrections
  • A.A.S. – Early Childhood
  • A.A.S. – Nursing

Certificates can be completed in the following areas:

  • Accounting
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Correction Administration
  • Criminal Justice
  • General Business
  • Early Childhood

First full year of study in the following:

  • A.S. – Studio Art & Design

For other Cayuga degree programs, certain requirements can be fulfilled at the Fulton campus. Talk with an Admissions counselor about the options available. Learn more about degree program requirements at Cayuga Community College.