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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Mechanics Certificate

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The Automotive Technician program is designed to develop basic automotive skills required for entry-level position in most automotive repair shops. The program
integrates automotive theory with an emphasis on shop experience. Upon successful completion of
this program, students receive a certificate and are encouraged to complete the requirements for the AAS
degree in Automotive Technology.

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Automotive Technology, A.A.S.

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The Automotive Technology curriculum, the only one of its kind in the City University of New York, prepares the student for a career as an automotive technician. This curriculum develops understanding of operational principles, service sequences and diagnostic techniques for the automobile. Upon completion of this curriculum, the graduate is prepared for entry-level positions in various areas of the automotive industry dealing with development, testing, diagnosis and service of mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and thermodynamic automotive systems.

Automotive Technology graduates are employed in a variety of automotive-oriented positions including test technician, diagnostician, equipment sales and service, independent business administrator, dealership service manager, service writer, engine machinist, fuel injection, automatic transmission and engine management specialist, as well as general service technician. Further training and education can lead to careers in technical education, engineering, insurance appraisal, accident investigation and other specialties. The program articulates with SUNY Empire State College.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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The field of computer information systems is rich in career opportunities with excellent starting salaries for qualified personnel. Corporations, government agencies, financial institutions, marketing and retail organizations and small firms require the services of computer applications specialists, computer programmers and information technology technicians. The 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.

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Computer Information Systems: Computer Programming, A.A.S.

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The field of computer information systems is rich in career opportunities with excellent starting salaries for qualified personnel. Corporations, government agencies, financial institutions, marketing and retail organizations and small firms require the services of computer applications specialists, computer programmers and information technology technicians. The 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.

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Computer Information Systems: Web Page Development, A.A.S.

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The field of computer information systems is rich in career opportunities with excellent starting salaries for qualified personnel. Corporations, government agencies, financial institutions, marketing and retail organizations and small firms require the services of computer applications specialists, computer programmers and information technology technicians. The 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.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cybersecurity and Networking, A.A.S.

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Cybersecurity presents a unique challenge in this era, stimulated by the multifaceted technological boom expressed in accelerated globalization, digital transformation, the cloud, mobile access apps and the Internet of Things (IoT)—where more and more everyday devices are connected to the internet.
As the use of new Internet-based technologies increase so does the risk of theft and misuse of sensitive information. This demands the awareness of cyber-criminality and the need for cyber hygiene in corporations, small businesses, and government. Therefore, the Department of Engineering, Physics and Technology of Bronx Community College offers an A.A.S. in Cybersecurity and Networking. This A.A.S. program will graduate students who will be employable as entry level networking technicians with introductory skills in cybersecurity. Moreover, the graduates will have the opportunity to earn industry certifications during the course of the degree program, or earn college credit for those they may already hold. Graduates will also attain the academic foundation necessary to advance to a baccalaureate degree.

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Data Security Management

Cybersecurity and Networking, A.A.S.

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Cybersecurity presents a unique challenge in this era, stimulated by the multifaceted technological boom expressed in accelerated globalization, digital transformation, the cloud, mobile access apps and the Internet of Things (IoT)—where more and more everyday devices are connected to the internet.
As the use of new Internet-based technologies increase so does the risk of theft and misuse of sensitive information. This demands the awareness of cyber-criminality and the need for cyber hygiene in corporations, small businesses, and government. Therefore, the Department of Engineering, Physics and Technology of Bronx Community College offers an A.A.S. in Cybersecurity and Networking. This A.A.S. program will graduate students who will be employable as entry level networking technicians with introductory skills in cybersecurity. Moreover, the graduates will have the opportunity to earn industry certifications during the course of the degree program, or earn college credit for those they may already hold. Graduates will also attain the academic foundation necessary to advance to a baccalaureate degree.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Digital Arts: Graphic Design, A.A.S.

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This program seeks to prepare students for the dynamic field of digital art by providing a basic career oriented education. Through intensive training in visual foundations and state-of-the-art technology, students gain aesthetic awareness, problem-solving skills and the technical proficiency necessary to pursue an entry-level position in the visual communication industry in positions such as graphic design, web design, computer animation, 3D graphic visualization, motion graphics design and interactive multimedia design.

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.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood Assistant Certificate

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This certificate program responds to the current need for trained practitioners in infant through early childhood learning centers due to the increased demand for childcare among a growing number of families. It provides the educational foundation for a person who seeks to become a home childcare provider. Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood Care Assistant Certificate Program, students will be able to continue their studies in Bronx Community College’s Education Associate AAS Degree Program, and all of the certificate course credits will be accepted for this AAS degree.

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Education A.A.S.

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The Department of Education offers two degree programs for students choosing a career in the field of education: the AAS Degree and the AA Degree. The AAS Degree is designed for students seeking employment upon the completion of the two-year degree. This program offers a wide range of education courses and internship experiences in New York City Public Schools.

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Teacher Assistant

Early Childhood Assistant Certificate

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This certificate program responds to the current need for trained practitioners in infant through early childhood learning centers due to the increased demand for childcare among a growing number of families. It provides the educational foundation for a person who seeks to become a home childcare provider. Upon successful completion of the Early Childhood Care Assistant Certificate Program, students will be able to continue their studies in Bronx Community College’s Education Associate AAS Degree Program, and all of the certificate course credits will be accepted for this AAS degree.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Assistant Certificate

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This certificate course of study is designed for advanced students who do not wish to enroll in the Paralegal AAS Degree program. Minimum entrance requirements
are 60 college credits or a two-year degree. Students entering with 60 credits should have completed courses in the following areas: English, Communication, Social
Science, History, Music or Art, Science and Mathematics

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Paralegal Studies, A.A.S.

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The Paralegal Studies Curriculum was developed according to guidelines provided by the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Paralegals. It offers students a background in the legal fundamentals, appropriate skills and practical experience necessary for professional employment. The paralegal can perform tasks delegated by a lawyer as long as the lawyer is responsible to the client and assumes full professional responsibility for the work. A paralegal cannot give legal advice, appear in court (except as permitted by law) or set fees.

There is an increasingly wide range of paralegal job opportunities in both the private and public sectors. Law firms, banks, accounting firms, insurance companies, brokerage houses, the court system, schools, hospitals, welfare centers, public program law offices, neighborhood legal centers, legal aid offices and national, state and city government agencies all employ paralegals. Federal, New York State and New York City civil service systems have paralegal job classifications. The paralegal program gives the student a broad range
of employment opportunities.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronic Engineering Technology A.A.S.

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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.

The technical curriculum is combined with a program of general education to assure that graduates of the EET program have the prerequisite skills in reading, writing and communication that are necessary to function effectively in the workplace.

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Healthcare Industry

Laboratory Technician

Medical Laboratory Technician, A.A.S.

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The Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) curriculum is a career program in which the student earns the AAS degree. In addition to taking general core courses, certain liberal arts and science requirements, and specialized courses in medical laboratory technology, the student has a requirement to train in state-of-the-art hospital laboratories. Upon completion, students will to sit for the Medical Laboratory Technician exam through the American Society for Clinical Pathology. Upon passing the exam graduates will become nationally certified and earn the NYS Clinical Laboratory Technician license.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Office Assistant, A.A.S.

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This 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. Students in the program are trained to transcribe recorded dictation of medical correspondence and case histories; complete computerized medical forms; maintain physicians’ financial, medical and office records; prepare patients for medical examinations; perform basic clinical laboratory tests; and manage a medical office.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology, A.A.S.

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The 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. Today’s industrial environment requires technicians well-trained in state-of-the-art instruments, computer methods, safety protocols and federal and state government regulations.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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A radiologic technologist is a skilled professional who provides a specialized health care service. This rewarding profession involves the operation of sophisticated equipment in a rapidly expanding field. The 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.

The term “diagnostic radiography” is used to describe a variety of radiographic or x-ray examinations. Most people are familiar with chest x-rays and also x-rays to diagnose broken bones. The radiographer performs these procedures as well as those which require the use of contrast agents that make it possible to study organs that otherwise cannot be seen.

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Contact Phone Number

718-289-5100

Address

2155 University Avenue
Bronx, NY 10453
United States