Ulster County Community College

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Business Industry

Bookkeeper

Accounting Computer Skills Microcredential

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The Microcredential in Accounting Computer Skills is designed to prepare students for a business career and enables the student to demonstrate competencies to prospective employers in Microsoft Excel and Quickbooks. This 13-credit credential is designed to fit within the AAS in Business: Accounting degree program as well as the AAS in Business and Entrepreneurial Studies program. This Microcredential is not registered with the State Education Department, but serves as institutionally recognized portable evidence of student mastery of these competencies and skills.

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Office Manager

Small Business Management Microcredential

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The Small Business Management microcredential, developed with local community partnership, supports entrepreneurs and small business owners with skills needed to successfully manage a small business, including skills in basic accounting; communication; business correspondence and presentations; management, leadership, and ethics; as well as business law.

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Manufacturing Industry

Machinist

Advanced Manufacturing Pre-apprenticeship Microcredential

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This credential consists of two courses:
MFG 109 Fundamental Concepts of Metrology
MFG 101 Certified Production Technician - CPT
This credential is stackable into the Manufacturing Certificate program. Students may take this Microcredential as credit bearing or non-credit bearing.

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CNC Operator Certificate

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The CNC Operator Credential prepares successful completers for entry-level positions as a CNC Operator. This credential consists of four courses which include Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing or AutoCAD, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing and Intro to CNCOperator.

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CNC Pre-Apprenticeship Microcredential

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This credential consists of two courses:
1) MFG 109 Fundamental Concepts of Metrology
2) MFG 140 CNC Fundamentals
This credential is stackable into the Manufacturing Certificate program. Students may take this Microcredential as credit bearing or non-credit bearing.

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CNC Programmer Certificate

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This credential consists of five courses which include Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing or AutoCAD, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Intro to CNC Programming, CNC Operator and Mastercam.

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Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Operator Microcredential

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The CNC Operator Microcredential prepares successful completers for entry-level positions as a CNC Operator.

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Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programmer Microcredential

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This credential consists of five courses:
MFG 109 Fundamental Concepts of Metrology
MFG 209 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
MFG 106 CNC Programmer
MFG 105 CNC Operator
MFG 107 Computer Aided Manufacturing
This credential is stackable into the Manufacturing Certificate program. Students may take this Microcredential as credit bearing or non-credit bearing.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Basic Engineering Microcredential

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This credential is of value to a student looking for employment while completing an engineering degree. A student that has completed these courses would have a broad, introductory level of scientific skills and engineering thinking.

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Industrial Technology: Manufacturing Technology Certificate

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The Industrial Technology: Manufacturing Technology Certificate program prepares individuals to enter the work force in the area of manufacturing by teaching basic skills needed in the use of lathes and milling machines. Attention will also focus on the proper use of precision measuring hand tools as they relate to lathes and milling machines and provide a basis upon which skills for additional precision hand tools could be developed.

The program will also provide an educational background for those students who choose to pursue a second year of study in industrial technology: Manufacturing or Industrial Technology: Drafting and Design.

This certificate program consists of two 15‐week semesters for a total of 311 college credits. Emphasis is placed upon acquiring collegiate level manufacturing/machine skills that are supported by related classes in mathematics, manufacturing processes, computers, drafting/blueprint reading, communication skills, and liberal arts. The two machining classes are offered at the Ulster County Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) in the BOCES machine shop. Taught by the machining instructor(s) at BOCES, the classes will be under the supervision of SUNY Ulster.

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Construction Industry

Electrician

Building Electrification Microcredential

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As employment opportunities grow in the area of Green Building, employers are looking for people that can add knowledge of Green Building to their skill set. There is a great need for an understanding of how heating systems work and how to use automation to save energy in a building. This Microcredential will support technicians, engineers and managers to gain knowledgeable insight into these new technologies.

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Architectural Drafter

Cad Micro Credential

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The AutoCAD Credential prepares successful completers for entry-level positions in a wide variety of industries that employ those with these skills. These industries include both advanced manufacturing as well as green technology. This credential consists of four courses which include Blueprint Reading, AutoCAD, Solid Modeling I and CAD Internship.

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Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Microcredential

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The CAD Credential prepares successful completers for entry-level positions in a wide variety of industries that employ those with these skills. These industries include both advanced manufacturing as well as green technology.

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Game Design Microcredential

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This Microcredential is designed to prepare students for a career in designing and developing computer games. This 16-credit program is designed to fit within the Network A.S. Computer Science and A.S. Computer Science (Online) degree programs:

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Computer Science Online, A.S.

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This program is taken entirely online.

Students who complete this program earn an Associate in Science degree. This program is recommended for students who plan careers in computer science. The program provides a strong programming and theoretical background for entry into the workplace or further study at a four-year institution. At the completion of the AS in Computer Science Online Degree program a student will be able to

Prepare for further study at the baccalaureate level, while providing electives to allow students to pursue personal or professional interests in the general field of computing;
Prepare lab assignments, individual and group projects, and written and oral reports to develop technical, business, and critical thinking skills;
Produce the fundamentals of software engineering techniques through the use of UML, the creation of requirement, design and test artifacts, and through an emphasis on OOP/OOD and re-use technologies during course delivery.

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Computer Science, A.S.

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Students who complete this program earn an Associate in Science degree. This program is recommended for students who plan careers in computer science. The program provides a strong programming and theoretical background for entry into the workplace or further study at a four-year institution. At the completion of the AS in Computer Science Degree program a student will be able to

Prepare for further study at the baccalaureate level, while providing electives to allow students to pursue personal or professional interests in the general field of computing;
Prepare lab assignments, individual and group projects, and written and oral reports to develop technical, business, and critical thinking skills;
Practice the fundamentals of software engineering techniques through the use of UML, the creation of requirement, design and test artifacts, and through an emphasis on OOP/OOD and re‐use technologies during the course delivery.

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Mobile Application Developer Certificate

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This credential is designed to prepare students for a career in developing mobile applications for tablets and smartphones using both the Android and Apple iOS Operating Systems. This 16-credit program is designed to fit within SUNY Ulster’s A.S. Computer Science and A.S. Computer Science (Online) degree programs. The program curriculum is made up of two courses in Computer Science and two courses in Mobile Application Development.

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Mobile Application Developer, Microcredential

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This Microcredential is designed to prepare students for a career in developing mobile applications for tablets and smartphones using both the Android and Apple iOS Operating Systems. This 16-credit microcredential is designed to fit within the Network A.S. Computer Science and A.S. Computer Science (Online) degree programs.

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Web Application Developer Microcredential

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This Microcredential is designed to prepare students for a career in Web Application development. Educational and financial institutions and small businesses of all types have expressed this need. This 16-credit microcredential is designed to fit within SUNY Ulster's Network A.S. Computer Science and A.S. Computer Science (Online) degree programs.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Network Administrator Certificate

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This certificate program answers a need in the local region for people with the basic skills to effectively manage microcomputer networks. Educational and financial institutions and small businesses of all types have expressed this need. The 18‐credit program is designed to fit within SUNY Ulster's Network Administrator Associate in Applied Science degree program. The program curriculum is made up of six courses in microcomputer applications and network design. Graduates of the program will be capable of recognizing, evaluating, and controlling microcomputer networks.

SUNY Ulster is a Cisco Systems Academy working under the guidance of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Students enrolling in the program can choose which training path they wish to pursue. The College has a classroom and hardware lab on the Stone Ridge campus dedicated to the Network Administrator curriculum.

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Network Administrator, A.A.S.

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SUNY Ulster is a Cisco Systems Academy working under the guidance of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).

This program is designed to include the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) sequence, plus the Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) sequence. Program graduates will be prepared for the CCDA, CCNA, CCNP, MCSE and other examinations. The College has fully networked classrooms including a laboratory on the Stone Ridge campus dedicated to the Network Administrator curriculum.

Graduates of the program can earn the following additional independently administered certifications: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP), ICND, CCDA, CCDP, CCSP, and CCNA‐security from Cisco Systems; Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE) and Microsoft Certified Professional from Microsoft; A+ Certification in hardware Linux+, and Net+ from COMPTIA.

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Web Application Developer Certificate

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This credential is designed to prepare students for a career in Web Application development. Educational and financial institutions and small businesses of all types have expressed this need. This 16-credit program is designed to fit within SUNY Ulster’s A.S. Computer Science and A.S. Computer Science (Online) degree programs. The program curriculum is made up of two courses in Computer Science and two courses in Web Development. At the completion of the Web Application Developer Certificate program, a student will be able to

Learn the fundamentals of computer programming;
Become proficient in HTML, CSS, JavaScript Web Languages and Web Application Development Frameworks including Ruby on Rails and AngularJS;

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Public Service Industry

Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Students who complete this program earn an Associate in Applied Science degree. The Criminal Justice A.A.S. degree program is designed to prepare graduates to enter immediately into a variety of criminal justice professions such as local and State law enforcement, corrections, and private sector investigative and public safety occupations. The program is also designed to benefit current criminal justice practitioners seeking to enhance their knowledge, skills, and abilities to better perform their respective public or private service responsibilities and increase promotion opportunities.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice, A.A.S.

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Students who complete this program earn an Associate in Applied Science degree. The Criminal Justice A.A.S. degree program is designed to prepare graduates to enter immediately into a variety of criminal justice professions such as local and State law enforcement, corrections, and private sector investigative and public safety occupations. The program is also designed to benefit current criminal justice practitioners seeking to enhance their knowledge, skills, and abilities to better perform their respective public or private service responsibilities and increase promotion opportunities.

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Police Basic Training Certificate

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The Police Basic Training certificate program is organized to include the learning objectives mandated by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) state‐approved police academy curriculum. These courses must be completed by full‐time study. Classes may be given during the days, evenings, or weekends.

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Social Services Assistant

Direct Support Practice Certificate

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The Direct Support Practice Certificate Program trains practitioners to provide direct service and support to individuals, families and groups in the community. Students learn multiple roles of direct support workers in public and private sectors.

Through academic courses and a practicum provided at a community organization, the program offers tangible ways to gain confidence and competence in specific skill areas identified by potential employers and codified by national performance standards. Skills obtained in the Direct Support Practice program can be applied to many populations. Graduates of the program will have skills that are in use in virtually any human services setting. The program incorporates skill standards established on a nationwide basis through the Community Support Skills Standards Project, thereby ensuring consistency in direct support service.

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Human Services, A.A.S.

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Students who complete this program earn an Associate in Applied Science degree as well as the certificate in Direct Care Practice. The program is sufficiently comprehensive to qualify graduates for a variety of entry‐level positions in public and private sector human service agencies. Depending on personal interests and career plans, students in this program may elect specialized courses and supervised field work in the areas of family and children's services, developmental disabilities, mental health treatment, crisis intervention, and gerontology.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal, A.S.

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The purpose of the Individual Studies/Paralegal Jointly Registered Program with Marist College is to prepare students for employment and for transfer into a bachelor's degree program. Students complete the liberal arts requirements in two semesters at SUNY Ulster and their paralegal requirements in their third and fourth semesters at Marist College. Graduates of this program earn an Associate in Science in Individual Studies from SUNY Ulster and a Paralegal Certificate from Marist. They are qualified to enter the workforce as paralegals while pursuing higher education.

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Teacher Assistant

Teaching Assistant Microcredential

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Teaching assistant level II credit course offerings for completion of the required 9 college credit hours required by New York State for the application for Teaching Assistant level II. Applicants will be required to hold a New York State Teaching Assistant level I certificate.

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Energy Industry

Solar Energy Technician

Fundamentals of Clean Technology Microcredential

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Clean Technology jobs are growing as the region helps NY State meet the objectives of the New York's Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) to empower every New Yorker to fight climate change at home, at work and in their communities. This Microcredential will allow students from all disciplines to understand energy efficiency and clean energy as it relates to their jobs, their homes and their community.

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Healthcare Industry

Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, A.S.

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The program can be completed in two academic years or extended and pursued on a part-time basis. Nursing courses, however, must be taken consecutively, and it is recommended that they be taken without interruption. Local hospitals and health agencies are utilized as an extension of the College laboratory, providing on-site experience in various medical settings.SUNY Ulster's Nursing program cannot be completed during the evening. At the completion of the AS Nursing Degree program, a student will be able to:

Perform safe, caring, patient-centered, evidence based nursing care to diverse populations throughout the lifespan.
Apply critical thinking, clinical reasoning, and judgement strategies when providing patient centered care.
Demonstrate teamwork and collaboration with members of the inter-professional team.
Interpret informatics principles, techniques, and systems when providing nursing care.
Analyze the role of leadership/management in a variety of healthcare settings for the purpose of providing safe, compassionate quality care in an ever evolving healthcare system.
Practice within professional, ethical, and legal principles consistent with the role of the professional nurse.

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845-687-5000

Address

491 Cottekill Rd
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
United States