Finger Lakes Community College

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural Technology, A.A.S.

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FLCC's Architectural Technology degree program provides you the knowledge and technical experience that will allow you to advance beyond entry-level drafting to more complex designs. It emphasizes the artistic, design, and technical sides of the profession through the utilization of 2D and 3D computer-aided drafting (CAD), modeling, and rendering.
FLCC's Architectural Technology degree program provides you the knowledge and technical experience that will allow you to advance beyond entry-level drafting to more complex designs. It emphasizes the artistic, design, and technical sides of the profession through the utilization of 2D and 3D computer-aided drafting (CAD), modeling, and rendering.

FLCC's Architectural Technology degree program provides you the knowledge and technical experience that will allow you to advance beyond entry-level drafting to more complex designs. It emphasizes the artistic, design, and technical sides of the profession through the utilization of 2D and 3D computer-aided drafting (CAD), modeling, and rendering.

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Mechanical Technology, A.A.S.

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FLCC's Mechanical Technology degree program provides you the technical skills that are required for entry-level positions in the field of mechanical drafter or designer, or in the area of a manufacturing, assembly or test technician. This program prepares you to use 2D and 3D CAD (computer-aided design and drafting) software as a design, drafting, and presentation tool in the workforce.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Information Systems, A.S.

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This degree program is designed for analytical thinkers who share a strong interest in technology and data. Through your studies, you will:

Explore the many transfer degree options that are available in this field, including computer science, information management, and web and mobile computing
Learn the fundamentals of information systems, software development, programming, and data structures
Develop specialized skills, including analytical and problem-solving skills

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Networking and Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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Finger Lakes Community College’s Associate in Applied Science in Networking and Cybersecurity degree prepares you to be a leader in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape. The world is demanding quicker and easier access to online information, and as a result, networks are becoming increasingly vulnerable to attacks.

As these threats increase, so does the demand for cybersecurity professionals trained to prevent and fight against these attacks. FLCC’s Networking and Cybersecurity degree equips you with the experience to resolve these real-world problems.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Information Systems, A.S.

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This degree program is designed for analytical thinkers who share a strong interest in technology and data. Through your studies, you will:

Explore the many transfer degree options that are available in this field, including computer science, information management, and web and mobile computing
Learn the fundamentals of information systems, software development, programming, and data structures
Develop specialized skills, including analytical and problem-solving skills

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Computer Science, A.S.

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Computer Science is a hands-on, challenging, and in-demand field that impacts the world in countless ways. Computer scientists play a key role in developing technology and systems for many industries. Healthcare, business, and manufacturing are among some of these industries.

This program puts a strong emphasis on advanced math. You’ll complete courses in calculus, discrete math, and physics. Your core classes will teach you the technical aspects of computer science. Plus, they will equip you with important technical, analytical, and problem-solving skills.

Foundational courses in this program include:

Introduction to Programming and Computational Thinking
Object-Oriented Software Development
Computer Architecture and Organization
As part of a final semester project, you’ll work in a team environment to create a computer solution.

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Data Security Management

Computer Information Systems, A.S.

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This degree program is designed for analytical thinkers who share a strong interest in technology and data. Through your studies, you will:

Explore the many transfer degree options that are available in this field, including computer science, information management, and web and mobile computing
Learn the fundamentals of information systems, software development, programming, and data structures
Develop specialized skills, including analytical and problem-solving skills

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Computer Science, A.S.

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Computer Science is a hands-on, challenging, and in-demand field that impacts the world in countless ways. Computer scientists play a key role in developing technology and systems for many industries. Healthcare, business, and manufacturing are among some of these industries.

This program puts a strong emphasis on advanced math. You’ll complete courses in calculus, discrete math, and physics. Your core classes will teach you the technical aspects of computer science. Plus, they will equip you with important technical, analytical, and problem-solving skills.

Foundational courses in this program include:

Introduction to Programming and Computational Thinking
Object-Oriented Software Development
Computer Architecture and Organization
As part of a final semester project, you’ll work in a team environment to create a computer solution.

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Networking and Cybersecurity, A.A.S.

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Finger Lakes Community College’s Associate in Applied Science in Networking and Cybersecurity degree prepares you to be a leader in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape. The world is demanding quicker and easier access to online information, and as a result, networks are becoming increasingly vulnerable to attacks.

As these threats increase, so does the demand for cybersecurity professionals trained to prevent and fight against these attacks. FLCC’s Networking and Cybersecurity degree equips you with the experience to resolve these real-world problems.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Science, A.S.

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Computer Science is a hands-on, challenging, and in-demand field that impacts the world in countless ways. Computer scientists play a key role in developing technology and systems for many industries. Healthcare, business, and manufacturing are among some of these industries.

This program puts a strong emphasis on advanced math. You’ll complete courses in calculus, discrete math, and physics. Your core classes will teach you the technical aspects of computer science. Plus, they will equip you with important technical, analytical, and problem-solving skills.

Foundational courses in this program include:

Introduction to Programming and Computational Thinking
Object-Oriented Software Development
Computer Architecture and Organization
As part of a final semester project, you’ll work in a team environment to create a computer solution.

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Software Developer

Web and Mobile Development, A.A.S.

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Web and mobile development is integral to all businesses, from large-scale corporations to family-owned restaurants. They all build websites, connect with customers on social media, and use apps to make access to products and services even easier.

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Public Service Industry

Correctional Officer

Corrections Officer, A.A.S.

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Through the Corrections Officer certificate program, you'll gain the academic knowledge and skills necessary for preparing you to enter a career path as a correctional officer.

This program will educate you on the components of the criminal justice system. You'll learn about safeguards in the adjudication of a criminal matter. Plus, current procedures and practices in corrections will be explored in your studies.

This certificate meets the demands of local corrections facilities, and it is designed to enable jail staff the ability to be more efficient and effective in their positions.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice Certificate

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Whatever your career goal is, earning your certificate in Criminal Justice will prepare you for transfer into our degree program or for entry-level employment opportunities in criminal justice, law enforcement, or private security.

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Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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In our Criminal Justice degree program, you'll gain a strong background in statutory, procedural, and constitutional law. In the classroom, you'll experience courses in criminal law, corrections, probation practices, law enforcement, parole, and youth and community service.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic Certificate

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This certificate program provides advanced training opportunities to ready you for career growth. To enter this program, you must already be certified at the basic level as a New York State Emergency Medical Technician.

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Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic, A.A.S.

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This degree program is designed to prepare you for a career in the emergency medical field. With your A.A.S. degree, you’ll be prepared for ever-changing statutory requirements that are set by municipalities and state and federal governments, as well as emerging management opportunities.

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Social Services Assistant

Human Services, A.S.

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The employment rate of human and social service assistants is expected to increase 22 percent from 2012 to 2022. The rise in job opportunities is due to the expansion of facilities and programs for the elderly and disabled and services for families in crisis. The human services degree program at FLCC is designed to prepare you for the growing employment opportunities that are becoming increasingly available.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal and Legal Studies, A.A.S.

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Paralegals play an important role in assisting attorneys with conducting legal research, drafting legal documents, and organizing and managing case files.
As a student, you'll acquire the knowledge and skills that are required of paralegals in common legal specialty areas such as real property law, family law, litigation, and trust and estate law. This program, which is an institutional member of the American Association for Paralegal Education, provides you a solid core of paralegal courses.
In the classroom, you'll engage in assignments and projects that are identical to documents and court filings that are drafted by working paralegals.
You may find yourself drawn to the family law class or honing your skills in the legal research and writing course or learning about trial preparation in the courts and litigation course. Whichever aspect of the field interests you most, you'll have the opportunity to explore your options.

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Paralegal Certificate

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Pursue your career goal of becoming a paralegal and get the education you need to prepare for entry-level employment in this rewarding field with FLCC's Paralegal certificate program.

If you hold an associate degree or higher college degree, our program will fast track you into the job market and prepare you for successful employment opportunities upon graduation.

Throughout your studies, you'll experience a core of paralegal courses that focuses on legal theory, practical legal skills, and instruction on the twenty-first century office environment.

As a Paralegal student, you will develop a thorough understanding of the United States court system, and you will learn the many areas of substantive law. In the classroom, you'll engage in assignments and projects that are identical to documents and court filings that are drafted by working paralegals. Combined with your classroom experience, you'll complete your certificate with a capstone course.

For your capstone course, you'll choose between an internship or law office practice course. Some of our students have landed internships with law firms, real estate companies, banks, and insurance companies.

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Teacher Assistant

Teaching Assistant Certificate

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If you envision yourself working in the classroom, FLCC's teaching assistant certificate program is for you!

In this program, you'll complete courses that will prepare you to test for certification through the New York State Department of Education.

You will also benefit from two required courses, EDU 101 Teacher Assistant I and EDU 102 Teacher Assistant II, which will prepare you for teacher assistant positions in the area of public education. These courses focus on federal and state laws and regulations, child and adolescent development and learning, classroom and behavior management and instructional strategies.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Certificate

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Become workforce-ready in a hurry through this certificate program, which is designed to prepare you for various employment opportunities. Graduates have launched culinary careers as chefs, cooks, and menu planners.

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Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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This program melds culinary arts expertise, wine and beverage education, and practical kitchen management skills, making you marketable to employers. Graduates tend to explore culinary positions at restaurants, banquet halls, catering companies, and hotels, or you might decide to transfer on and continue your studies at a four-year school.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Graphic Design, A.A.S.

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Graphic designers play a significant role in designing visuals to communicate ideas that inspire and attract consumers. From illustrations to logos and print layouts to websites, the images that represent the products you use every day are created by graphic designers. As a student in our degree program, you'll learn key design principles and processes in a collaborative and hands-on environment. Together, the experiences you'll gain will prepare you for career and transfer opportunities in the graphic design field.

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AV Technician

Music Recording Technology, A.S.

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Your program experience will be built on the freedom to create and collaborate in our recording studios on projects of all sounds and styles. By your fourth semester, you'll be an active member of a community of musicians and technicians with the studio acting as a second home. During your Music Recording Technology education, you'll establish a professional network and gain an insider's view of the music industry, getting you ready for a career or pursuing an advanced degree.

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Contact Phone Number

585-394-3500

Address

3325 Marvin Sands Drive
Canandaigua, NY 14424-8395
United States