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|Nursing (AAS)||Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||
The nursing program prepares individuals to become registered professional nurses. Courses are sequential and progress from simple to more complex situations with specialized content in obstetrics, psychiatric, and pediatric nursing integrated throughout. Learning is enhanced through the use of skill practice for a "hands-on" approach to gain expertise.
|Motorsports Technology (AOS)||Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS)||
This specialization includes 1,800 hours of practical experience and classroom training applicable to the motorsport field. Program includes brake systems, alignment procedures, electronic controls, engine overhaul, and transmission overhaul. A major emphasis in the program is to teach the students fabrication and set-up on various types of race vehicles.
|Mechanical Engineering Technology (BS)||Bachelor of Science (BS)||
Mechanical engineering technology program graduates are prepared for industry in engineering-related areas including automotive component design, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), process and component design, mechanical systems design, energy systems, product development, and technical support and sales. Graduates will be able to design, specify, test, analyze, and
|Mechanical Engineering Technology (AAS)||Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||
Mechanical engineering technology program graduates are prepared to be mechanical technologists and technicians for industry in engineering-related areas including automotive component design, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), process and component design, mechanical systems design, energy systems, product development, and technical support and sales. Graduates will
|Masonry (AOS)||Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS)||
The building construction program provides basic instruction in masonry. Each year there are students desiring additional instruction in masonry and employers seeking graduates with additional masonry skills. This program provides instruction in an extensive masonry program in the second, or senior, year. All masonry students must previously complete the common building construction freshman year program in good standing. Each student may specify in his/her initial application the desire for masonry, or may have the option of choosing masonry after completing the freshman year.
|Marketing (AAS)||Associate in Applied Science (AAS)||
The American Marketing Association defines marketing as “the process of planning and executing the conception, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, and services to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organizational objectives.” Marketing includes the numerous business activities required to satisfy the needs of the consumer and industrial buyer. The marketing program at Alfred State focuses on the consumer and industry. Communication skills are emphasized in basic courses in management, accounting, advertising, consumer behavior, industrial marketing, and salesmanship. The program’s liberal arts foundation provides a basis for the human relations elements in the study of marketing.
|Machine Tool Technology (AOS)||Associate in Occupational Studies (AOS)||
The machine tool technology program features instruction in the safe operation of all basic machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, drill presses, various saws, and grinding equipment, as well as proper measurement and inspection of parts. Interpreting engineering drawings and mathematical calculations required by all machinists is also presented.
|Liberal Arts & Sciences - Social Science (AA)||Associate in Arts (AA)||
This transfer program emphasizes course work in the social and behavioral sciences and in the liberal arts. By careful selection of electives, graduates are able to enter baccalaureate programs at the third-year level with all their general education requirements met.
|Liberal Arts & Sciences - Math & Science (AA)||Associate in Arts (AA)|
|Liberal Arts & Sciences - Humanities (AA)||Associate in Arts (AA)||
Liberal arts & sciences: humanities is for those planning to continue their education at a four-year college or university. By careful selection of elective credits, the graduate is qualified to enter a baccalaureate program as a third-year student in a variety of fields.