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Programsort descending Degree Description
Building Trades-Building Construction (AOS) Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS)

The building construction program provides instruction in the basic skills required of the carpenter and the mason in the construction of residential or other light-frame and masonry buildings. Extensive experience is gained in building layout, foundations, framing, sheathing, exterior and interior trim, block work, brick and concrete construction.

Business Administration (AS) - Transfer Associate in Science (AS)

The business administration (transfer) program primarily prepares students to continue their formal education in the business field in a four-year program. The program combines the foundations necessary for business administration with equal emphasis on university parallel courses in liberal arts and sciences.

A laptop computer is recommended, but not required, for students entering the business administration (transfer) program.

Business Administration (BBA) Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

The BBA degree in business administration is designed to allow a student to enter as a freshman or transfer into the program after two years of study in an associate degree business program.  Students receiving their AAS or AS business degree will be able to transfer into this program and receive the BBA in a minimum of four more semesters.  

Business Management (AAS) - Career Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

This program attracts students who are ultimately interested in a business management position. In addition, entry-level students unsure of which business career program to select may enroll in this program. Due to the program's broad business foundation, students can transfer to other business programs after the first semester and still graduate in four semesters.

A laptop computer is recommended, but not required, for students entering the business management (career) program. 

CAD/CAM Technology (AAS) Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

The CAD/CAM technology program (computer-aided design/drafting - computer-aided manufacturing) prepares the graduate for a number of opportunities in the engineering and manufacturing-related fields. This program develops skills in the areas of design/drafting (2D CAD and 3D solid modeling) and automation/robotics. Graduates will become proficient with industry-standard software including AutoCAD, Solidworks, and Siemens Nx. Each student will also be exposed to hardware such as coordinate measuring machines (CMM), computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines, and industry grade robotics.

Coding & Reimbursement Specialist (Cert) Certificate (Cert)

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Computer Engineering Technology (AAS) Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

The computer engineering technology program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for graduates to secure employment as technicians or technologists who are capable of installing, designing, supporting, and maintaining computer systems and networks. This is a hands-on, technically oriented program with a focus on computer system hardware and network infrastructure, but does include software development and operating systems course work.

Computer Engineering Technology (BS) Bachelor of Science (BS)

The computer engineering technology program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for graduates to secure employment as technicians or technologists who are capable of installing, designing, supporting, and maintaining computer systems and networks. This is a hands-on, technically oriented program with a focus on computer system hardware and network infrastructure, but does include software development and operating systems course work.

Computer Information Systems (AAS) Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

The integration of computers into the workplace is progressing at a rapid pace. As more organizations install and employ these networks, a need has developed for the "resident expert" to administer the system, install software, establish security, and train others. Graduates of the computer information systems (CIS) program are well positioned to serve that need. A foundation of programming, database, and networking is provided.

Computer Science (AS) Associate in Science (AS)

The computer science program at Alfred State was one of the originally established programs in the SUNY (State University of New York) system. It is a comprehensive program, which includes both the study of the underlying theories of computing as well as the specific applications of information manipulation and problem solving.

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