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SUNY Sullivan offers three tracks to prepare professionals for rewarding careers in computer information systems and technology – Computer Programming; Computer Support and Simulation and Game Development.

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, systems analysis 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.

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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After successfully completing the requirements of the Computer Programming AAS degree program, students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of:

Graduates will also be prepared to