SUNY Morrisville 2021-2022 Catalog
Morrisville's 3,000 students, who hail from diverse backgrounds across the state and around the globe, choose from more than 50 bachelor's and associate degree programs that embrace agriculture, technology, business, social sciences and professional studies. Among them are strong programs in specialized areas such as renewable energy and resources, aquaculture, automotive technology, equine science, dairy management, nursing, wood technology, hospitality management, and information technology.
The SUNY Morrisville College Catalog describes our academic programs, including associate and bachelor's degrees, certificates and minors, and the criteria for completing them when starting in the indicated academic year. Along with a list of classes offered, the publication also provides a summary of student services, academic requirements and procedures, and other planning information.
SUNY Morrisville makes every reasonable effort to provide accurate information in the contents of this catalog; however, the college reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice. It is strongly recommended that students regularly check this catalog for possible changes.
SUNY Morrisville reserves the right to make such changes as it determines, in its sole discretion, to be necessary or advisable in its regulations, course offerings, staff and financial policies without notice. Changes to rules and policies may occur at any time and could be applied to currently matriculated students.
The college also reserves the right to change or discontinue graduation requirements, department majors, individual courses, instructors and all other aspects of college operations. In the event the college determines to make changes in curriculum, it will post these changes as soon as practical within this online catalog.
If colleges or majors are discontinued, or if substantial changes in requirements for degrees are made, the college will endeavor to allow students disadvantaged by the change to continue under existing programs and requirements. As a general rule, these types of substantial changes will only be made effective each fall semester.