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Individual Studies (A.A. and A.S.)
  • General Information
    Includes: Program Description, Entrance Requirements, Course Requirements
Individual Studies

Program Highlights

  • Individual Studies, the largest department on campus, grants both Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees.
  • The INS programs serves students who wish to transfer to four-years programs, as well as those who plan to change curriculums or go directly into the workforce.
  • Individual Studies is a degree program in which students can "mirror" coursework necessary at the four-year college of their choice. No other curriculum allows such variety.
  • Individual Studies Associate in Arts curriculum is conducive to further study toward pre-med, pre-dental, and other health science programs.
  • Individual Studies is a degree program that is often used by psychology and education majors who wish to transfer to a four-year institution.
  • Individual Studies allows students to fulfill prerequisites for desired majors here at Hudson Valley (e.g. Nursing, Computer Information Systems, Engineering) as well as take other courses toward that curricular goal.
  • Individual Studies permits students to concentrate classes in more than one area of interest (e.g., Forensic Psychology).

For more information regarding this program, please contact:

Brian Vlieg
Department Chair
Brahan Hall, Room 034
(518) 629-8135

For more information about admission to this program, please contact:

Admissions Office
Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 223
(518) 629-7309

Your Academic Advisors can help you with:

  • Educational planning
  • Degree evaluation and course selection
  • Scheduling tips
  • WIReD resources
  • Add/Drop and withdrawal decisions
  • Registration calendar deadlines

Office locations:
Last name A-H: Campus Center (CTR) 290
Last name I-Z: Brahan Hall (BRN) 033
Assigned Advisor (Professor Garhart): Campus Center (CTR) 280