Explore Majors and Certificates

SUNY Schenectady County Community College offers the following Transfer, Career, and Certificate programs:

Transfer Degree Programs

A transfer degree program enables you to complete the first two years of study for a bachelor's degree program, then transfer to a four-year college or university. SUNY SCCC awards the Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree, and the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree. To learn more about each program, please click on the program name. The College’s transfer programs include:

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 Program Degree
Aviation Science - Pilot Option
A.S.
Aviation Science - Non-Pilot Option
A.S.
Biotechnology A.S.
Business Administration A.S.
Computer Science A.S.
Criminal Justice A.S.
Human Services A.S.
Liberal Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences A.A.
   Communication Concentration
A.A.
   English Concentration A.A.
   History Concentration
A.A.
   Psychology Concentration
A.A.
   Sociology Concentration
A.A.
Mathematics and Science A.S.
   Nanoscale Science Concentration A.S.
Nutrition A.S.
Performing Arts – Music A.S.
Science A.S.
   Biology Concentration A.S.
Teacher Education Transfer A.S.

     

    Career Programs

    The Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree and the Associate in Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) degree are career-oriented, preparing students for employment immediately after graduation. To learn more about each program, please click on the program name. SUNY SCCC career programs include:

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    Program
    Degree
    Accounting  A.A.S.
    Air Traffic Control
     A.A.S.
    Alternative Energy Technology  A.A.S.
    Biological Technician  A.A.S.
    Business Administration  A.A.S.
    Business Administration - Casino  A.A.S.
    Casino and Gaming Hospitality  A.A.S.
    Chemical Dependency Counseling  A.A.S.
    Computer Information Systems
     A.A.S.
    Computer Networking Systems & Cyber Security  A.A.S.
    Craft Beer Brewing
     A.A.S.
    Criminal Justice  A.A.S.
    Culinary Arts  A.O.S.
    Early Childhood  A.A.S.
    Emergency Management  A.A.S.
    Fire Protection Technology  A.A.S.
    Hospitality and Tourism Management  A.A.S.
    Hotel and Restaurant Management  A.A.S.
       Beverage Management Concentration  A.A.S.
    Human Services  A.A.S.
    Music Audio Technology  A.A.S.
    Nanoscale Materials Technology  A.A.S.
    Paralegal  A.A.S.
    Supply Chain Management  A.A.S.

     

    Certificate Programs

    These short-term skills programs are designed to prepare you for immediate entry into an occupation, or to upgrade your skills. To learn more about each program, please click on the program name. SUNY SCCC certificate programs include:

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     Program Degree
    Assistant Chef  Certificate
    Chemical Dependency Counseling  Certificate
    Computer Repair and Networking  Certificate
    Craft Beer Brewing  Certificate
    Criminal Justice  Certificate
    Digital Music and Beat Production
     Certificate
    Early Childhood
     Certificate
    Entrepreneurship  Certificate
    Fire Science  Certificate
    General Business  Certificate
    Health Studies  Certificate
    Hospitality and Tourism  Certificate
    Medical Coding and Billing  Certificate
    Music  Certificate
    Teaching Assistant  Certificate

     

    For more information about Gainful Employment Disclosure for Certificate Programs, our certificate program graduation rates, the median debt of students who have completed certificate programs and other important information, please visit SUNY SCCC's Consumer Information page.

     

    Specialty Programs

    Belanger School of Nursing

    SUNY College of Technology at Delhi and SCCC partnership

    Business and Marketing faculty member, Matt Farron, speaking to a class of students.

    Programs designed for the real world in business, criminal justice, and law.

    BUSINESS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND LAW

    Culinary and hospitality students in the Casola Dining Room, listening to a professor.

    Programs specific to advance your career in the hospitality field.

    SCHOOL OF HOTEL, CULINARY ARTS & TOURISM

    Male student working with a young child in a classroom setting.

    A cross-disciplinary array of programs that offers courses in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Arts.

    LIBERAL ARTS

     

    Faculty member and a student working on a piece of computer equipment.

    Teaching with the latest technology in the fields, so that our graduates receive the most up-to-date education.

    MATH, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND HEALTH

    Front facade of the SUNY SCCC School of Music.

    Serious training for serious musicians.

    SCHOOL OF MUSIC

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    Get ahead on a post-secondary career by earning college credit through approved courses at area high schools.

    COLLEGE IN THE HIGH SCHOOL