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If your plan is as specific as becoming a surveyor, an electronics technician, a database administrator, an aircraft control systems technician, or a product designer, SUNY Broome has degree programs designed to help you pursue your goals. Complete your first two years at SUNY Broome and go right into the workforce, or transfer to a prestigious four-year engineering school with full status as a junior. Learn in modern, well-equipped labs in the College's Applied Technology Building.

If you are uncertain about an area of study, but know you want something in computing or engineering technology, discuss the various options with an advisor who will assist you in the decision making process in order to best achieve your career goals.

Fully Accredited Programs

SUNY Broome's Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs are accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC/ABET).

Degree Program Comparisons

Career programs are designed primarily for students planning to enter the workforce immediately, however, many graduates of career programs do transfer after completing two years at SUNY Broome. All of the programs in this section, with the exception of Computer Science and Engineering Science, offer the AAS degree—Associate in Applied Science.

Transfer programs are primarily for students who intend to transfer to four-year schools. These programs all include general education requirements and offer the AS degree — Associate in Science.

Graduates of SUNY Broome's Computer Technology, Computer Science, and Computer Information Systems programs, may transfer to 4-year degree programs with Excelsior College.

"Studies" listed below each program do not reflect complete program requirements, but do represent your major course activity. Additional coursework may be required based on your academic preparation for these programs.