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Queensborough Community College - CUNY

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Bookkeeper

Accounting

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The field of accounting provides a broad range of employment opportunities, depending on the level of education a student pursues. Holders of the A.A.S. degree in Accounting are prepared to take such positions as junior accountant, accounting clerk, or office manager in private industry or government and also tax examiner. A student pursuing the baccalaureate can accept such positions as accountant, auditor, and controller, in addition to the titles mentioned above. With a Bachelor's degree, a student who intends to become a C.P.A. (Certified Public Accountant) can enter public accounting as well as private and governmental accounting.

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Accounting/Office Management

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The 30-credit certificate in Office Administration Assistant incorporates flexibility and choices that allow students desiring office skills to select the courses that will best serve their particular interests and meet the ever-changing demands and requirements of the job market. Four optional concentrations in office administration (Corporate, Legal, Accounting, Healthcare) are available for those wishing to become an administrative office assistant in a particular area or field. Students must complete the required courses and then can pick and choose from the courses listed in the optional concentrations in order to meet the 30-credit requirement.

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Office Manager

Accounting/Office Management

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The 30-credit certificate in Office Administration Assistant incorporates flexibility and choices that allow students desiring office skills to select the courses that will best serve their particular interests and meet the ever-changing demands and requirements of the job market. Four optional concentrations in office administration (Corporate, Legal, Accounting, Healthcare) are available for those wishing to become an administrative office assistant in a particular area or field. Students must complete the required courses and then can pick and choose from the courses listed in the optional concentrations in order to meet the 30-credit requirement.

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Business Administration

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The Associate in Science degree program in Business Administration provides a strong background in liberal arts and sciences and a broad overview of the business field. It is designed for students intending to transfer to a senior college to earn a bachelor's degree in Business.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural Technology, A.A.S.

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The Architectural Technology program prepares men and women for drafting and design careers in all phases of industry. First-year courses provide a broad base of analytical and practical skills in English, mathematics, drafting, and manufacturing processes and materials.

Second-year courses offer specialized education and training for the fields of air-conditioning, architecture, construction, electro-mechanics, heat power, heating and ventilating, machine design, manufacturing, structural design, and computer-aided design technology. Graduates are qualified to hold such responsible positions in industry as engineering drafters, associate designers, detailers, technical illustrators, engineering assistants, architectural drafters, and CAD operators.

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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

Computer Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in Computer Engineering Technology combines electronics and digital theory as they relate to computers. Providing a solid foundation in both hardware and software, the program prepares students to accept positions in computer design and repair, embedded microprocessors and microcontrollers, appliance and control applications, and in networking applications. Students in the program learn in a hands-on, laboratory-based environment.

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Computer Information Systems Certificate

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This certificate program is designed for the working student who has achieved a career-oriented position in a computer programming or related business area and desires to improve his/ her skills. Students take 9 credits of core requirements, 15 required credits in the CIS major and then choose 6 credits of CIS electives.

Typical employment opportunities include: software developer, programmer, systems analyst, application software support, web developer, database administrator, information security analyst, help desk, computer support specialist. A broad range of industrial and governmental employment opportunities in computer information systems is currently available, and these opportunities are expected to grow in the future. They cover diversified areas, including the business, scientific, social science, educational, and medical fields.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to provide the student with strong academic preparation in both computer information systems, as well as business and liberal arts and sciences. The curriculum is based on feedback from local business leaders, and:

Provides an in-depth understanding of the principles of information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming;
Expands knowledge of practical computing techniques by providing many “hands-on” projects and applications; and
Enables students to use the computer as an effective management decision-making tool. Five large computer laboratories support the curriculum. Upon graduation, the student may immediately enter the job market in the field of information systems or enter a four-year school or college to complete studies toward the baccalaureate degree.

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Cybersecurity Professional

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QCC's Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Computing enables participants to earn up to six AWS Certifications, including the AWS Cloud Computing Fundamentals, the AWS Solutions Architect Certification, the AWS Developer Associate Certification, the AWS SysOps Administrator Associate Certification, the AWS Specialization in Big Data and the AWS Specialization in Machine Learning Certifications.

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Software Developer

Computer Information Systems Certificate

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This certificate program is designed for the working student who has achieved a career-oriented position in a computer programming or related business area and desires to improve his/ her skills. Students take 9 credits of core requirements, 15 required credits in the CIS major and then choose 6 credits of CIS electives.

Typical employment opportunities include: software developer, programmer, systems analyst, application software support, web developer, database administrator, information security analyst, help desk, computer support specialist. A broad range of industrial and governmental employment opportunities in computer information systems is currently available, and these opportunities are expected to grow in the future. They cover diversified areas, including the business, scientific, social science, educational, and medical fields.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to provide the student with strong academic preparation in both computer information systems, as well as business and liberal arts and sciences. The curriculum is based on feedback from local business leaders, and:

Provides an in-depth understanding of the principles of information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming;
Expands knowledge of practical computing techniques by providing many “hands-on” projects and applications; and
Enables students to use the computer as an effective management decision-making tool. Five large computer laboratories support the curriculum. Upon graduation, the student may immediately enter the job market in the field of information systems or enter a four-year school or college to complete studies toward the baccalaureate degree.

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Internet and Information Technology Certificate

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The certificate program in Internet and Information 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. For those seeking immediate employment in a burgeoning field or for professionals currently in the field who wish to enhance job skills, the certificate program offers training and education for students with varied interests, backgrounds, and preparation. Using an integrated, interdisciplinary approach, the program combines instruction in technology, art, and writing, providing valuable skills in communication, programming, database and e-commerce, artistic layout and design, and animation.

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Internet and Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The A.A.S. degree program in Internet and Information Technology provides students with a broad understanding of the design, development, and management of websites and Internet based technologies. Students use a variety of programming languages such as HTML, C++, Active Server, Java, JavaScript, PHP, XML, and MySQL to design, develop and maintain software applications. They learn to help businesses solve real-world problems and discover new opportunities via data-driven web-based applications. Furthermore, the program includes courses with an emphasis on web administration, database administration, e-commerce, multimedia, designing smart phone apps, and macroeconomics.

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Web Development

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QCC’s Software Engineering Micro-Credential Career Track in Web Development is designed to provide learners passionate for a career in Software Engineering to quickly develop highly in-demand web development skills, including programming languages, tools, and technologies to succeed in front end and back end development, as well as full stack development. This intensive Boot Camp will immerse learners in a 100-hour online development environment over an intensive five-week time frame and is led by Software Engineering Industry experts and Instructors.

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Database Administrator

Computer Information Systems Certificate

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This certificate program is designed for the working student who has achieved a career-oriented position in a computer programming or related business area and desires to improve his/ her skills. Students take 9 credits of core requirements, 15 required credits in the CIS major and then choose 6 credits of CIS electives.

Typical employment opportunities include: software developer, programmer, systems analyst, application software support, web developer, database administrator, information security analyst, help desk, computer support specialist. A broad range of industrial and governmental employment opportunities in computer information systems is currently available, and these opportunities are expected to grow in the future. They cover diversified areas, including the business, scientific, social science, educational, and medical fields.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to provide the student with strong academic preparation in both computer information systems, as well as business and liberal arts and sciences. The curriculum is based on feedback from local business leaders, and:

Provides an in-depth understanding of the principles of information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming;
Expands knowledge of practical computing techniques by providing many “hands-on” projects and applications; and
Enables students to use the computer as an effective management decision-making tool. Five large computer laboratories support the curriculum. Upon graduation, the student may immediately enter the job market in the field of information systems or enter a four-year school or college to complete studies toward the baccalaureate degree.

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Internet and Information Technology Certificate

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The certificate program in Internet and Information 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. For those seeking immediate employment in a burgeoning field or for professionals currently in the field who wish to enhance job skills, the certificate program offers training and education for students with varied interests, backgrounds, and preparation. Using an integrated, interdisciplinary approach, the program combines instruction in technology, art, and writing, providing valuable skills in communication, programming, database and e-commerce, artistic layout and design, and animation.

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Internet and Information Technology, A.A.S.

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The A.A.S. degree program in Internet and Information Technology provides students with a broad understanding of the design, development, and management of websites and Internet based technologies. Students use a variety of programming languages such as HTML, C++, Active Server, Java, JavaScript, PHP, XML, and MySQL to design, develop and maintain software applications. They learn to help businesses solve real-world problems and discover new opportunities via data-driven web-based applications. Furthermore, the program includes courses with an emphasis on web administration, database administration, e-commerce, multimedia, designing smart phone apps, and macroeconomics.

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Data Security Management

Computer Information Systems Certificate

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This certificate program is designed for the working student who has achieved a career-oriented position in a computer programming or related business area and desires to improve his/ her skills. Students take 9 credits of core requirements, 15 required credits in the CIS major and then choose 6 credits of CIS electives.

Typical employment opportunities include: software developer, programmer, systems analyst, application software support, web developer, database administrator, information security analyst, help desk, computer support specialist. A broad range of industrial and governmental employment opportunities in computer information systems is currently available, and these opportunities are expected to grow in the future. They cover diversified areas, including the business, scientific, social science, educational, and medical fields.

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Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to provide the student with strong academic preparation in both computer information systems, as well as business and liberal arts and sciences. The curriculum is based on feedback from local business leaders, and:

Provides an in-depth understanding of the principles of information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming;
Expands knowledge of practical computing techniques by providing many “hands-on” projects and applications; and
Enables students to use the computer as an effective management decision-making tool. Five large computer laboratories support the curriculum. Upon graduation, the student may immediately enter the job market in the field of information systems or enter a four-year school or college to complete studies toward the baccalaureate degree.

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Computer Science and Information Security, A.S.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Information Systems, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to provide the student with strong academic preparation in both computer information systems, as well as business and liberal arts and sciences. The curriculum is based on feedback from local business leaders, and:

Provides an in-depth understanding of the principles of information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming;
Expands knowledge of practical computing techniques by providing many “hands-on” projects and applications; and
Enables students to use the computer as an effective management decision-making tool. Five large computer laboratories support the curriculum. Upon graduation, the student may immediately enter the job market in the field of information systems or enter a four-year school or college to complete studies toward the baccalaureate degree.

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Computer Science and Information Security, A.S.

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Digital Art and Design, A.A.S.

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The A.S. degree program in Digital Art and Design is structured to prepare students to enter the greatly expanding field of new media, a field which has been revolutionized in the last 20 years with the advent of computer graphics programs. In addition to four basic courses that provide a solid background in art, students take five courses in digital art and design, which develop computer skills for fine and applied arts. A required course in the History of Graphic Design gives students an overview of graphic design in historical context. A suggested Art History elective provides a broad knowledge of art in general. With this preparation, students will be able to design for industry.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Electronic Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in Electronic Engineering Technology is a highly structured, laboratory-based curriculum that combines hands-on prac- tice with appropriate basic electrical and electronic theory. The program is applications-oriented and is designed to prepare well-rounded technicians who will compete and succeed in one or more of the fields related to electronic engineering technology.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Care Office Administration: Managing, Coding, and Billing Certificate

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The certificate program in Health Care Office Administration: 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 curricu- lum 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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Medical Office Assistant Certificate

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The 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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Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant, A.A.S.

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The A.A.S. degree program in Medical Assistant builds upon the existing 30-credit Certificate in Medical Office Assistant. By completing the Associate Degree program, students will increase their general medical knowledge and administrative skills and will gain proficiency in additional clinical procedures that a typical medical office would employ. Graduates will be competitive in the continually expanding Health Care field, the fastest growing indus- try in the United States.

Medical assisting is an allied health profession whose practitioners function as members of the health care delivery team and perform a combination of administrative and clinical procedures. Administrative duties include answering telephones, greeting patients, updating and filing patient's medical records, filling out insurance forms, handling correspondence, scheduling appointments, arranging for hospital admission and laboratory services, and handling billing and bookkeeping.

Clinical duties include taking medical histories and recording vital signs, preparing patients for examination and assisting the physician during examination. Medical assistants also collect and prepare laboratory specimens or perform basic laboratory tests on the premises, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments. They will authorize drug refills as directed, telephone prescriptions to a pharmacy, draw blood, prepare patients for X-rays, take electro-cardiograms, and remove sutures and change dressings under the supervision of the practitioner.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, A.A.S.

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The HRS Academy provides the highest quality of science education, scholarly research, and technical expertise to the people and industries of the United States.

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718-631-6262

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Bayside, NY 11364-1497
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