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|Heavy Equipment Operations (AOS)||Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS)||
This program provides instruction in the skills required by heavy equipment operators for the light construction and heavy highway industries. Instruction is provided in the theory connected with heavy equipment operations as well as grades, soils, blueprint reading, safety, and supervision. Students spend approximately 25 percent of the lab time operating equipment; the balance of the lab time is spent on equipment inspection, maintenance, grades, lot layout, operation support, and estimating.
|Health Information Technology (AAS)||Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||
This program is taught online.
Alfred State offers an online associate of applied science in health information technology (HIT) which combines a profession in health care with information technology.
Alfred State has offered traditional HIT courses on-campus since 1968 and has offered online courses since 1999.
|Forensic Science Technology (BS)||Bachelor of Science (BS)|
|Financial Services (AAS)||Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||
The financial services program is designed to provide students with an overview of the various financial institutions and their importance in the economy and to provide a description of the products and services offered by financial institutions. With this degree, students may enter directly into the work force or continue their education in a four-year baccalaureate program.
|Financial Planning (BBA)||Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)||
The Business department offers a BBA degree in financial planning. Students receiving their AAS or AS degree in virtually any business concentration will be able to seamlessly transfer into this program and receive the BBA degree in four more semesters, which includes a full semester internship in the field.
|Environmental Technology (AAS)||Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||
The environmental technology program prepares graduates to serve as field and laboratory technicians for a wide variety of industrial and governmental employers involved in environmental testing, remediation and monitoring.
|Entrepreneurship (AAS)||Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||
This program of study is designed to prepare the recent high school graduate, vocational student, displaced worker, or individual who is re-entering the work force for a career as a small business owner. Over the next decade, much of the growth in the American economy will come from the start-up and growth of small business. Many ask whether entrepreneurship can truly be taught or whether it is an innate characteristic. Research has shown that entrepreneurship is a process and many aspects of entrepreneurship are learned behaviors.
|Engineering Science (AS)||Associate in Science (AS)||
Embracing a strong core of courses in chemistry, mathematics, and physics, and including basic English and humanities sequences, this program is augmented by basic engineering courses essential to all engineering disciplines.
|Electrical Engineering Technology (BS)||Bachelor of Science (BS)||
The electrical engineering technology programs provide the skills and occupational competence necessary for entry into the field as an electronic or electrical technician, or technologist. The technician works with and is responsible for all the electronic equipment in the field.
|Electrical Engineering Technology (AAS)||Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||
The electrical engineering technology programs provide the skills and occupational competence necessary for entry into the field as an electronic or electrical technician or technologist. The technician works with and is responsible for all the electronic equipment in the field.