Alfred State College

Alfred State College

Nursing (Bachelor of Science)
Number of JCC credits transferable to this program: 90
Program delivered: online
Information: 607.587.3413

The Bachelor of Science degree in nursing (BS–N) is an upper-division completion program which enhances students' knowledge and skills foundation to function more autonomously and interdependently in diverse, complex, and dynamic healthcare environments. Moreover, the program enhances students' potential to expand their responsibilities in practice to be designers, coordinators, and managers of care. Lastly, the program serves as a solid academic foundation for advanced study in nursing at the graduate level. The BS-N degree program may be completed online.
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Technology Management (Bachelor of Business Administration)
Number of JCC credits transferable to this program: up to 78
Program delivered: online
Information: 607.587.3413

The technology management degree is designed to allow a student who has achieved an associate’s degree (AAS, AA, or AS) in a technical or professional area (or at least 60 credits toward such a degree) to complete a bachelor’s degree through this upper-division program. The program includes a significant internship in the final semester of the senior year. The purpose of the BBA in technology management is to provide graduates with the management, administrative, and technological course work necessary to succeed in management and supervisory positions within the business environment surrounding their specific technical or professional field of study. The technology management degree program may be completed online.
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Court and Realtime Reporting (Associate in Applied Science)
Number of JCC credits transferable to this program: up to 37
Program delivered: online
Information: 607.587.3413

This program, approved by the National Court Reporters Association, prepares students for careers as official, freelance, realtime reporters and captioners. Jobs are available for competent court reporters to work in all fields of reporting, including realtime and closed captioning for the hearing impaired. One feature of the court and realtime reporting program is the development of high recording skills to 225-plus words per minute through the use of realtime translation machine shorthand and computer aided transcription (CAT). The college offers court reporting-related courses online. The online approach still requires two years of course work and is designed for those who are currently working and seeking a change in career, single parents, or individuals who cannot attend a college campus.
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