Laboratory Technology (A.A.S.)

HEGIS: 5205

SUNY CODE: 37241

 

The Laboratory Technology program offers the opportunity for students to explore career options available in laboratory science and to develop the skills critical to successful employment in this field.

 

The goals of this program are to:

  • enable students to develop basic math and technical writing skills along with base knowledge and understanding of common laboratory protocols; and
  • prepare students for entry-level employment opportunities in the field of laboratory science.

 

Successful graduates from this program will be able to:

  • exhibit basic mastery of skills and knowledge used in laboratory science; and
  • successfully gain employment in a position within a laboratory setting.

Programs of Study

1st Year

1st Semester

EN 111English I - College Writing

3

FS 105First Yr Student Sem-Science

1

MA 127Mathematical Statistics I

3

SC 125Fund of Gen, Organic & Biochem

4

SC 141Fund of Biology I

4

Physical Education Activity

1

Total Credit Hours:16

2nd Semester

EN 112English II - Intro to Lit

3

IS 115Computer Applications I

3

MA 128Mathematical Statistics II

3

SC 106Princ of Nanotechnology

3

American History Selective

3

Total Credit Hours:15

2nd Year

3rd Semester

EN 171Intro to Technical Writing

3

QA 101Quality Assurance I

3

SC 116Conserv & Environment

3

OR

SC 258Environmental Science

4

Arts Selective

3

SC 130Physical Science

3

Physical Education Activity

1

Total Credit Hours:16-17

4th Semester

EN 225Public Speaking

3

SC 105Microbes in Society

3

SC 151Fundamentals of Genetics

3

OR

SC 255Genetics

4

SC 108Laboratory Protocols

4

Social Science Elective

3

Total Credit Hours:16-17

Total Credit Hours: 63

Career Opportunities

Graduates can expect employment with Icon, Ommegang Brewery and Chobani Yogurt.

For further information, contact the Business, Health, Science and Technology Division at (315)866-0300 or Toll Free 1-888-GO-4-HCCC, ext. 8230.

 

THIS PROGRAM COMPLIES WITH THE STATE UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIRMENT