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CUNY Certificates and AAS Programs 17-18
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CollegeDegree ProgramDegree TypeDegree DescriptionCategoryProgram DescriptionNext degreeAdditional Notes
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Bronx Community College
Animal Care and ManagementCERTCertificateHealth ScienceThe purpose of the Certificate Program in Animal Care and Management is to provide access to a career path in the veterinary care of primarily domesticated animals. As a veterinary
assistant, students support veterinarians in their daily tasks, including the restraining and handling of animals, feeding and exercising them, examining them for signs of illness, disease, or injury, cleaning and disinfecting cages and work areas, and sterilizing laboratory and surgical equipment.
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Bronx Community College
Assistant of Children with Special NeedsCERTCertificateEducation and TrainingThis program prepares students to meetthe requirements leading to a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in a “Special Education” childcare development setting. AAS in Education Associate
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Bronx Community College
Automotive TechnicianCERTCertificateTransportation, Distribution and LogisticsThe Automotive Technician program is designed to develop basic automotive skills required for entry-level position in most automotive repair shops. AAS in Automotive Technology
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Bronx Community College
Bilingual Early Childhood AssistantCERTCertificateEducation and TrainingThe Bilingual Early Childhood Assistant Certificate Program prepares students to meetthe requirements leading to a Bilingual Specialization ofthe Child Development Associate (CDA) credential (issued by the national credentialing agency,the Council for Early Childhood Professional Recognition).AAS in Education Associate
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Bronx Community College
Community HealthCERTCertificateHealth ScienceThe mission of the Community Health Certificate program is to prepare students for immediate employment in healthcare by providing them with skills in cultural competency and interpersonal communication as well as foundational knowledge in health promotion and disease prevention.AS in Public Health
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Bronx Community College
Early Childhood AssistantCERTCertificateEducation and TrainingThe Early Childhood Assistant Certificate Program prepares students to meetthe requirements established by the national credentialing agency,the Council for Early Childhood Professional Recognition, which leads to the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential in a center based infant/toddler setting or a family care setting.AAS in Education Associate
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Bronx Community College
Licensed Practical NurseCERTCertificateHealth ScienceThe Licensed Practical Nursing Program (L.P.N.), a program within the Department of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences, is an evening and weekend 56-credit certificate program. Upon successful completion ofthe required coursework, students are eligible to sitfor the New York State National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (N.C.L.E.X.P.N.)
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Bronx Community College
Paralegal StudiesCERTCertificateLaw, Public Safety, Corrections and SecurityThis certificate course of study is designed for advanced students who do not wish to enroll in the Paralegal AAS Degree program.
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Kingsborough CCAlcoholism & Substance Abuse CounselingCERTCertificateHuman ServicesSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCCulinary Arts & Food ManagementCERTCertificateHospitality & TourismSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCMarine MechanicCERTCertificateS.T.E.M.See Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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LaGuardia Community College
Commercial Photography CertificateCERTCertificateArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsThe one-year Commercial Photography Certificate curriculum emphasizes basic and intermediate photography skills and is an excellent introduction to commercial laboratory techniques. It is particularly suited to individuals interested in seeking employment in a commercial photography lab. Students will learn to process color transparencies and color negative film, and print color photographs using professional automated equipment. In addition to color photography, the curriculum involves the student in intensive traditional black-and-white photography techniques including photo chemistry, lighting, mathematics, and basic techniques of the commercial photographer.
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LaGuardia Community College
Computer Network Administration and SecurityCERTCertificateBusiness & FinanceThe Computer Operations: Network Administration and Security Option leads to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. This option will provide graduates with a thorough knowledge of network operating systems, thereby enabling graduates to support fully client/ server environments. In addition, students will be prepared to take certification examinations in UNIX and Windows.
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LaGuardia Community College
New Media Technology Certificate CERTCertificateArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsThe New Media Technology program offers a one-year Certificate program that prepares students for careers in new media including webmaster, multimedia applications developer, Internet programmer, streaming video and digital film producer.
Degrees Offered: A.A.S. in New Media Technology with specializations in one of the following: Digital Media, Game Design, Mobile App Development, E-Business or Digital Journalism.
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LaGuardia Community College
Practical Nursing CertificateCERTCertificateHealth Science
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NYC College of Technology
Construction ManagementCERTCertificateS.T.E.M.The certificate has been designed to enhance the opportunities for those already employed in the construction industry without any formal academic or technical background in construction management, as well as to appeal to those seeking entry-level opportunities in the field.
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Queensborough CCHealth Care Office AdministrationCERTCertificateHealth ScienceThe certificate program in Health Care OfficeAdministration: Managing, Coding, and Billing will offer both employees in the field and newly graduated high school students educational opportunity in health care office administration. The curriculum will develop students' communication, interpersonal and business management skills; provide a broad understanding of the ways in which society deals with health and disease, develop familiarity with human physiology/anatomy, provide instruction in medical office procedures and technology, coding and billing, and an optional business internship experience.
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Queensborough CCMedical Office AssistantCERTCertificateBusiness & FinanceThe modern medical office requires individuals trained in medical facility procedures, as well as administrative, technical, and secretarial skills. The Medical Office Assistant Certificate program combines medical secretarial skills with study of basic biological principles, public health sciences, and medical office clinical procedures.
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Queensborough CCNew Media TechnologyCERTCertificateArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsThe certificate program in New Media Technology provides students with a broad understanding of Internet-based technologies for the design, development, maintenance, and support of such digital media as hyperlinked texts, static and moving imagery, audio, video, and multiple interfaces of these media.
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Queensborough CCOffice Administration AssistantCERTCertificateBusiness & FinanceThe certificate program in Office Administration Assistant prepares students to work as an office administrative assistant in a private corporation, professional office, civil service or government office.
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School of Professional StudiesChild Development AssociateCERTCertificateEducation and TrainingThe certificate is designed for preschool teachers, childcare workers, and other individuals looking to work in Early Childhood Education. The nationally recognized Child Development Associate Credential has been accepted as a state requirement for working in many early childhood centers. Borough of Manhattan Community College – A.S. in Child Care/Early Childhood Education (PDF)
Hostos Community College - A.A.S. in Early Childhood Education (PDF)
Kingsborough Community College – A.S. in Early Childhood Education / Child Care (PDF)
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School of Professional StudiesCommunity LeadershipCERTCertificateGovernment and Public AdministrationGraduates of the program may pursue entry and mid-level positions at community-based nonprofits and community-level public sector work relating to community organizing, equity, housing, community economic development, climate change adaptation and resilience, political participation, and immigrant rights.BA in Urban and Community Studies
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School of Professional StudiesHealth Care Policy and AdministrationCERTCertificateHealth ScienceThe certificate is a valuable educational and professional credential for those working in government, non-profit organizations, and the private health care system. It is ideal for those currently employed within the field or interested in pursuing careers as health care managers and administrators, as well as public policy analysts and advocates.
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School of Professional StudiesLabor RelationsCERTCertificateBusiness & FinanceThe program is designed to provide students with skills in the areas of collective bargaining, organizing, labor law, arbitration, contract negotiation, organizational administration and leadership development.
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School of Professional StudiesLabor StudiesCERTCertificateGovernment and Public AdministrationThe Certificate in Labor Studies is designed for individuals who want to study the social, political and cultural impact that the organization of work has on employees and their communities. The certificate offers students an understanding of work, workers and labor organizations.
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School of Professional StudiesMedical CodingCERTCertificateHealth ScienceOnline Program - This program prepares graduates for employment in hospitals, clinics, doctors’ and dentists’ offices, health insurance companies, and government officesSAT I verbal score of 480 or higher or critical reading score of 480 or higher; an ACT English score of 20 or higher; or New York State English Regents score of 75 or higher
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School of Professional StudiesPublic Administration and Public PolicyCERTCertificateGovernment and Public AdministrationThe Certificate in Public Administration and Public Policy provides students with a basic understanding of government agencies, social services, and the policy making process.
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Borough of Manhattan CC
AccountingAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceThe accounting program offers a full array of accounting courses that provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to begin an entry level career in accounting or to continue their education by pursuing a four year accounting degree.
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Borough of Manhattan CC
Business ManagementAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceProgram Outcomes
1. Effectively communicate using the language of business
2. Make business decisions using a systematic, evaluative, information-based approach rooted in ethics and social responsibility
3. Demonstrate knowledge of current events and trends in business, including potential career tracks in their area of interest
4. Master the skills necessary to prepare them to work in an entry-level position and/or continue in the academic field in their area of interest
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Borough of Manhattan CC
Computer Information SystemsAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceComputer Information Systems focuses on the application of computers in a business environment with an emphasis on the analysis and design of business information systems.
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Borough of Manhattan CC
Computer Network TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.Computer Network Technology prepares students to operate sophisticated, state of-the-art computer equipment. Students are also given in-depth instruction in JCL, telecommunications networks, and operating systems concepts.
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Borough of Manhattan CC
Health Information TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceThe Health Information Technology (HIT) program is a two-year, 5 semester 67-credit course of study offered through the Allied Health Sciences department at BMCC. The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). Students who successfully complete the program obtain an associate of applied science (AAS) degree and are eligible for certification as a registered health information technician (RHIT) via an examination
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Borough of Manhattan CC
ParamedicAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceNOTE: Admission to the Paramedic sequence occurs in September only. All students must complete any remedial requirements prior to admission to the Paramedic sequence.
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Borough of Manhattan CC
Respiratory TherapyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceThe current waiting list is for Fall 2019. The Respiratory Therapy Program, administered by the Allied Health Sciences Department provides students with the necessary skills and experience to become competent respiratory therapists. Students receive specialized training in the clinical care of patients with cardio-respiratory problems.
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Borough of Manhattan CC
Small Business EntrepreneurshipAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceThe program is designed to prepare students with the necessary skills to start their own business or to be a successful employee of a small business. The program features four courses specifically designed to help students begin their own business.
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Bronx Community College
AccountingAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceAccountants are indispensable in modern business organizations. Their basic responsibilities include the recording and summarizing of financialtransactions. Accountants are called upon to analyze, interpret and prepare business records. They are often asked to make recommendations for more efficient operations. Accounting graduates may enter the field in such positions as bookkeepers, cost accounting clerks, junior accountants and tax examiners for government agenciesStudents are advised about the AS program in the same disipline - with articulation agreements with SUNY Empire State
College, Business, Management and Economics
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Bronx Community College
Automotive TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceTransportation, Distribution and LogisticsThe Automotive Technology curriculum,the only one of its kind in the City University of New York, prepares the studentfor a career as an automotive technician. This curriculum develops understanding of operational principles, service sequences and diagnostic techniques for the automobile. Upon completion ofthis curriculum, the graduate is prepared for entry-level positions in various areas ofthe automotive industry dealing with development,testing, diagnosis and service of mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and thermodynamic automotive systems.
Further education encouraged - articulation agreements with SUNY Empire State
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Bronx Community College
Computer Information SystemsAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceThe Computer Information Systems Curriculum, based upon your interests, prepares you for various entry-level positions including junior computer programmer, computer operator, computer support specialist, application user specialist, data-entry operator, web page designer and desktop publishing specialist. Students must select either the Computer Programming Option or the Web Page Development Option once they have earned 12 degree credits.Students are advised that there is an AS degree offered in the same discipline.
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Bronx Community College
Digital ArtsAASAssociate in Applied ScienceArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsThis program seeks to prepare students for the dynamic field of digital art by providing a basic career oriented education. All students begin in the Graphic Design Option and once completing the basic digital design courses must choose between the Graphic Design Option or the Web Design Option. The Graphic Design Option focuses on typography, page layout and publication design. The Web Design Option focuses on HTML, CSS, and UX and UI Design.The Digital Arts program articulates with Lehman College (B.A. Specialization in Studio Art: Computer Imaging); Mercy College (B.F.A. in Computer Arts and Design); New York City College of Technology (BTech in Communication Design) and SUNY Empire State (The Arts and Cultural Studies). Students are encouraged to read these articulation agreements on the Transfer Planning web site.
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Bronx Community College
Education AssociateAASAssociate in Applied ScienceEducation and TrainingThe Department of Education offers two degree programs for students choosing a career in the field of education: theAASDegree and theAADegree. TheAASDegree is designed for students seeking employment upon the completion ofthe two-year degree. This program offers a wide range of education courses and internship experiences inNew York City Public Schools. Ifthe student decides to transfer to a four-year institution, additional liberal arts credits may be required.Students interested in preparing to be teachers should pursue the LiberalArts and Sciences Associate in Arts (AA) Education Option.
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Bronx Community College
Electronic Engineering TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.Electrical and electronic technicians build,test and maintain complex electronic equipment such as computers, control systems, communication networks, power systems and medical devices. The Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) program at Bronx Community College prepares graduates to join the workforce as technical professionals in a variety of industries and services or to transfer to a four-year baccalaureate program in engineering technology.Option to pursue 4-yr program at City Tech
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Bronx Community College
Environmental TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.This competency-based curriculum provides state ofthe-arttraining for careers in environmentaltechnology. Environmental Technology utilizes the principles of science, engineering, communications and economics to protect and enhance safety, health and natural resources.BA in Environmental Health at Medgar Evers
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Bronx Community College
HorticultureAASAssociate in Applied ScienceAgriculture, Food and ResourcesHorticulturists are skilled in the cultivation of plants and the care of gardens. They may work in public parks and gardens;they may design, install and maintain the interior landscapes in public buildings and corporate headquarters; or they may work as florists, arranging plants and flowers for special occasions.
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Bronx Community College
Human ServicesAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHuman ServicesThe Human Services curriculum prepares students for entry-level career positions in a variety of human services occupations. The AAS curriculum prepares students for employment as mental health aides, group residence workers, neighborhood outreach workers, social case work assistants, geriatric counselors, assistant probation officers and other similar positions.Students interested in transferring to a four-year college to major in Social Work after completing their studies at BCC should see the program description for the Human Services Option ofthe Liberal Arts and Sciences AA.
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Bronx Community College
Marketing ManagementAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceMarketing facilitates the flow of goods and services from producers to consumers. In today’s marketing driven society, organizations need college graduates with knowledge of marketing functions, including advertising, personal selling, wholesaling, retailing and marketing research. A Cooperative Work Experience course allows students to gain valuable experience in a supervised setting. Graduates are equipped to assume entry-level positions and to pursue self-employment opportunities. Students are advised that there is an AS degree offered in the same discipline.
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Bronx Community College
Medical Laboratory TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceThe Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) curriculum is a career program in which the student earns the AAS degree. Upon completion, students will qualify to sit for the NYS Clinical Laboratory Technician license exam (this technician license is required for employmentin NYS diagnostic laboratories).An articulation agreement allows students to transfer credits and continue their studies at York College and earn a B.S. in Medical Technology.
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Bronx Community College
Medical Office AsssistantAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceThis curriculum is designed for students who would like to become Medical Office Assistants. They may work in physicians’ offices, hospitals, laboratories and other health-related facilities.
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Bronx Community College
Nuclear Medicine TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.Affiliated with Montefiore The University Hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine --- Nuclear Medicine is a branch of medical imaging that uses radioactive isotopes for the diagnosis and treatment of certain diseases.The Nuclear Medicine Technologist prepares and administers the correct the radioisotope doses, positions the patients under the gamma camera and produces images that are then interpreted by a physician.
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Bronx Community College
NursingAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceQuestion about TEAS V exam
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Bronx Community College
Office Administration and TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceStudents learn machine transcription, office procedures, computer systems and applications including a variety of software programs, Internet, e-mail, multimedia, web page development and composition of business correspondence.The program articulates with SUNY Empire State College, Business, Management and Economics and Interdisciplinary Studies
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Bronx Community College
Paralegal StudiesAASAssociate in Applied ScienceLaw, Public Safety, Corrections and SecurityThe Paralegal Studies curriculum emphasizes business and law courses that prepare students for employment that includes research, writing and other tasks commonly assigned by law firms to paralegals. The curriculum features a 210-hour internship (LAW 98) component in which students work in a legal setting. This exposes students to the legal profession and makes them further aware oftheir ethical and professional responsibilities.The Lay Advocate Option prepares students for service to people and institutions that are concerned with the criminal system, family law,the poor,the mentally and physically handicapped and the elderly.
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Bronx Community College
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceThe Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology (PMT)program is a specialized chemical technology program designed to meet the needs of the pharmaceutical and related industries (cosmetics, food, plastics, custom chemicals, research centers, pilot plants etc.). The PMT curriculum prepares students to work in manufacturing, research and development and quality control and quality assurance departments of pharmaceutical, cosmetics and related chemical industries.The program articulates with SUNY Empire State College.
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Bronx Community College
Radiologic TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceThe Radiologic Technology Program in the Department of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences at Bronx Community College prepares students as entry-level qualified licensed and registered radiographers.
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College of Staten IslandBusinessAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & Finance
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College of Staten IslandComputer TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.The College offers a Computer Technology program that focuses on general applications programming. Students seeking a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science should consult the requirements for the BS in Computer Science or the BS in Computer Science/Mathematics.
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College of Staten IslandElectrical Engineering TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.Students in this program will have the technical knowledge required for entry level positions in the various electrical/electronic industries.
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Guttman Community CollegeInformation TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceWith an associate degree in information technology from Guttman Community College, you’ll be prepared to enter the workforce providing technological support in any number of office environments. Advancement in this field is usually based on job performance.
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Hostos Community College
AccountingAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Aging & Health StudiesAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Digital Design and AnimationAASAssociate in Applied ScienceArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Digital MusicAASAssociate in Applied ScienceArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Early Childhood EducationAASAssociate in Applied ScienceEducation and TrainingSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Game DesignAASAssociate in Applied ScienceArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Registered NurseAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Office TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Public AdministrationAASAssociate in Applied ScienceGovernment and Public AdministrationSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Public Interest Paralegal StudiesAASAssociate in Applied ScienceLaw, Public Safety, Corrections and SecuritySee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Hostos Community College
Radiologic TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.See Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCComputer Information SystemsAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCCulinary ArtsAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHospitality & TourismSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCEmergency Medical ServicesAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCFashion DesignAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCMaritime TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.See Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCNursingAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCOffice Administration & TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCPhysical Therapist AssistantAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCPolysomnographic TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCRetail MerchandisingAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCSurgical TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCTourism & HospitalityAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHospitality & TourismSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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Kingsborough CCWebsite DevelopmentAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceSee Description of CUNY Pathways Program - Course requirements can be found by selecting the link on the degree program
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LaGuardia Community College
Commercial PhotographyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsLaGuardia is the only two-year institution in the City University of New York (CUNY) to offer an Associate in Applied Sciences (AAS) degree in Photography. The Commercial Photography program, administered by the Humanities Department, gives you access to such professional photographic equipment and facilities as our state of the art black & white and color darkroom, shooting studios and digital imaging facility.
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LaGuardia Community College
Computer Operations: Network Admistration and security AASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceThe Computer Operations: Network Administration and Security Option leads to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. This option will provide graduates with a thorough knowledge of network operating systems, thereby enabling graduates to support fully client/ server environments. In addition, students will be prepared to take certification examinations in UNIX and Windows.
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LaGuardia Community College
Computer TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinanceStudents will be prepared for careers as field technicians specializing in microcomputer repair and network diagnosis.
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LaGuardia Community College
Energy TechnicianAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.LaGuardia’s Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Energy Technician offers tracks in Mechanical Technology and Electrical Technology.
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LaGuardia Community College
Food Service ManagementAASAssociate in Applied ScienceAgriculture, Food and ResourcesThe Foodservice Management Program (FSMP) has a “Culinary Management” emphasis with coursework in food science, culinary arts, production management, food safety, cultural foods, procurement and sustainability, nutrition, and human resources management and supervision.
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LaGuardia Community College
Industrial Design TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceS.T.E.M.Industrial Design is a combination of applied sciences, whereby aesthetics, ergonomics, and usability of mass-produced products may be improved for marketability and production.
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LaGuardia Community College
Music Recording TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsThe innovative Music Recording Technology program integrates computer, electronic, musical, and hands-on recording studio training to prepare students for jobs in the industry.
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LaGuardia Community College
New Media TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceArts, A/V Technology and CommunicationsThe New Media Technology major offers students the opportunity to work and experiment with some of the most exciting technologies available today. -- Degrees Offered: A.A.S. in New Media Technology with specializations in one of the following: Digital Media, Game Design, Mobile App Development, E-Business or Digital Journalism.B.A. Computer Systems at CUNY City Tech
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LaGuardia Community College
NursingAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth Science
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LaGuardia Community College
Occupational Therapy AssistantAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceAn occupational therapy assistant works under the supervision of a registered occupational therapist to help individuals with physical, psychiatric, developmental, and other disabilities to participate in daily life to the greatest extent possible.
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LaGuardia Community College
Paralegal StudiesAASAssociate in Applied ScienceLaw, Public Safety, Corrections and Security“A legal assistant or paralegal is a person qualified by education, training or work experience who is employed or retained by a lawyer, law office, corporation, governmental agency or other entity who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible. (Adopted by the ABA in 1997) Paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public except as permitted by law.
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LaGuardia Community College
ParamedicAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth Science
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LaGuardia Community College
Physical Therapist AssistantAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth SciencePhysical therapist assistants work under the supervision of physical therapists and assist patients/clients recovering from injury or illness.
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LaGuardia Community College
Programming and SystemsAASAssociate in Applied ScienceBusiness & FinancePrepare for a career in computer programming with a concentration in Unix or Web Programming.
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LaGuardia Community College
Radiologic TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth Science
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LaGuardia Community College
Travel, Tourism & Hospitality ManagementAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHospitality & TourismThe Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality Management program is designed to prepare students for positions in the travel, tourism, and hospitality industries or for transfer to related programs at senior colleges.
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LaGuardia Community College
Veterinary TechnologyAASAssociate in Applied ScienceHealth ScienceCombine your love and compassion for animals by pursuing a fascinating career through our Veterinary Technology Program. Seize the opportunity to become a Veterinary Technician whose services are in high demand by veterinary practices, animal shelters, zoos and research institutions.
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