The Division of Science, Technology, and Mathematics at SUNY Sullivan offers five transfer programs.
- Liberal Arts and Sciences, A.S.
- Liberal Arts and Sciences: Health Sciences, A.S.
- Liberal Arts and Sciences: Biology, A.S.
- Liberal Arts and Sciences: Mathematics, A.S.
- Environmental Studies, A.S.
Associates in Applied Science Degrees
Our computer-related programs are designed to provide students with contemporary, career-oriented computer skills necessary to succeed in entry-level positions in those fields. Graduates of our Associates in Applied Science programs are able to pursue a career or apply credits toward a 4-year degree.
The Computer Support Certificate program is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as computer help-desk specialists in modern, high-tech offices.
Transfer and Career Opportunities
Each of our transfer programs offers a strong foundation for students interested in furthering their education. Students can transfer to a wide range of four-year degrees including:
- environmental science
- pre-physical therapy, and more!
With a solid education of which they can be proud, our graduates can go on to rewarding professional careers as diverse as wildlife biologists, chemical engineers, veterinarians, physicians, mathematicians, educators, computer support specialists, video game designers and developers, computer programmers, and systems analysts.
Our dedicated faculty and staff work hard to ensure students receive the highest quality education possible. To help our students succeed, we offer several free services.
The “Bug Room”
The Science and Nursing Study Area (AKA the “Bug Room”) is a warm and friendly environment in which students can go to study anatomical models or microscope slides, work on computers, borrow class texts, work in study groups, or receive free tutoring from peer and professional tutors.
The Simulation and Game Development Lab (AKA the “Lair”) is an engaging learning community space where computer majors work on homework and group projects using the hardware and software required for their program; collaborate and learn from each other; hold Computer Club meetings; and provide support to one another via peer tutoring and mentoring through the Learning Center. The “Lair” is a welcoming place for students to go to get the help they need to succeed in any of their courses. Here they can benefit from tutors who can help them overcome any hurdles they may face in their courses.
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