Sullivan County Community College

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Communications Industry

Graphic Designer

Computer Graphics/Graphic Design, A.A.S.

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With the explosive growth of the web and strong demand in traditional publishing, the ability to design and produce attractive and effective digital and print graphic materials provides an exciting and rewarding career. Designers able to work with the new media will find a wealth of opportunity. SUNY Sullivan has a tradition of graduating professionals who understand that good design and technical expertise combine to produce powerful results.

Facilities include Apple Macintosh labs with software including PhotoShop, Illustrator, Quark, Dreamweaver, Flash and Cinema 4 D. SUNY Sullivan students’ assignments are designed to create a portfolio of sample work that can be presented for job hunting or transfer to four-year institutions.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Programming, A.A.S.

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Students in Computer Programming learn to create and deconstruct the algorithms and code behind modern computer languages. Beginning with the pseudo code used in Logic and Problem Solving, students move through Visual Basic, Java and C++ using an Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) methodology.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Support Certificate

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This one-year certificate program is designed to prepare students for the position of computer operator in a data processing environment or computer clerk in a modern, high technology office.

Students take courses introducing them to computer hardware and software. They train in elements of the Microsoft Office suite and learn the basics of computer set-up, operation, operating systems and networking. Students learn the principles of software maintenance and are encouraged to produce individual projects, enabling them to leave with a professional resumé as well as a certificate.

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Computer Support, A.A.S.

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SUNY Sullivan offers two tracks to prepare professionals for rewarding careers in computer information systems and technology – Computer Programming and Computer Support.

Each track is designed to provide the background necessary for immediate employment or transfer to a four-year program. The tracks include courses in hardware and specialized software, programming, logic and problem solving, application skills, database management, and web design in order to provide graduates with a diversified skill set. A core of liberal arts classes provides the student with the communication and critical thinking skills required for career advancement.

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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This two-year curriculum prepares students for careers in the criminal justice field. The combination of a strong academic core with specialized career courses offers the graduate the choice of continuing at an institution of higher learning or seeking direct employment in a criminal justice profession. Career opportunities include federal, state, and local law enforcement, institutional and community-based corrections and treatment alternatives, family and social services, criminal investigations, juvenile services, probation and parole, and careers in military justice.

The curriculum is offered for those already working in criminal justice as well as for high school graduates interested in serving in national, state, local or private agencies involved in this vital profession. Enrollment may be on a full or part-time basis. Many courses are offered in the evening to accommodate in-service personnel and other employed individuals.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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This two-year curriculum prepares students for careers in the criminal justice field. The combination of a strong academic core with specialized career courses offers the graduate the choice of continuing at an institution of higher learning or seeking direct employment in a criminal justice profession. Career opportunities include federal, state, and local law enforcement, institutional and community-based corrections and treatment alternatives, family and social services, criminal investigations, juvenile services, probation and parole, and careers in military justice.

The curriculum is offered for those already working in criminal justice as well as for high school graduates interested in serving in national, state, local or private agencies involved in this vital profession. Enrollment may be on a full or part-time basis. Many courses are offered in the evening to accommodate in-service personnel and other employed individuals.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts, A.O.S.

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The Associate in Occupational Science degree in Culinary Arts prepares the student for entry level work in the culinary field. The emphasis in the professional courses is on the theory, practice and hands-on work in culinary arts. Students work with industry professionals in several kitchens, bakeries and the Grossinger Dining Room. Students also take courses in Hospitality Purchasing, Cost Control and Human Resources to round out their knowledge. They receive ServSafe and TIPS certifications as part of their coursework.

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Professional Chef, A.A.S.

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This two-year Associate in Applied Science degree program is designed to prepare students to be chefs in hotels, restaurants catering facilities. It includes a selection of Liberal Arts courses to facilitate transfer to a four year institution.

The emphasis in the professional courses is on the theory, practice and hands-on work in culinary arts. Students work with industry professionals in several kitchens, bakeries and the Grossinger Dining Room. Students also take courses in Hospitality Purchasing, Cost Control and Human Resources to round out their knowledge. They receive ServSafe and TIPS certifications as part of their coursework.

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Healthcare Industry

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant, A.A.S.

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The Medical Assistant AAS degree at Sullivan prepares individuals for work in doctors’ offices, medical centers, clinics and other health care facilities. Students will learn how to perform routine administrative and clinical tasks which allow these facilities to run efficiently. In addition to core liberal arts & sciences courses, students will study medical office administration and procedures as well as acquire the more specialized medical knowledge and skills needed to assist with many facets of patient pre-treatment. Most office administration courses are offered during the first two semesters of study while specialized medical skills courses, including a medical assistant externship, are required in the third and fourth semesters.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care, A.A.S.

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The Respiratory Care Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree at SUNY Sullivan is obtained through a rigorous 2-year curriculum. The program currently has a provisional accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC).

Qualified students admitted to the respiratory care program will complete the profession didactic, laboratory and clinical courses intended to train students to work as a respiratory therapy technicians or respiratory therapists in a broad range of health care settings.

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Loch Sheldrake, NY 12759-5151
United States