RAM 101 is a 1-credit, first-year experience course that meets once per week and is taught by a RAM counselor. The purpose of the course is to help students adjust to college. Students will develop essential skills to be successful in college and will learn about some of the important resources available at Farmingdale.
RAM 102 is a 1-credit course that complements Math 110, 117 or 129. It is a collaborative learning workshop intended to help students master the material and earn strong grades in math.
RAM 201 is a 1-credit course that prepares students to engage in research or project-based learning with a faculty mentor. It is taught by the RAM program directors.
RAM 303-312 is a 3 to 12-credit course that serves as the culminating course for scholars in the RAM program. Scholars are mentored on a research project or engage in a project-based learning experience with a faculty member on-campus or with a supervisor at an off-campus institution, lab, organization, or business.