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Please remember that these are just a few of the possible careers that are available. Keep in mind that some careers may require further education, such as bachelor’s degrees.

To discover careers that meet your interests, skills, and abilities, please contact the Center for Careers and Employment at (518) 629-7326 to set up an appointment with a career counselor. Sessions are available for students, alumni, and applicants referred by the Admissions Office.

For information on entrance and major requirements, view a listing of our academic programs.

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Accounting


Administrative Information Technology


Architectural Technology


Automotive Technical Services


Autobody Repair


Biological Sciences


Biotechnology


Broadcast Communications


Business Administration


Business - Marketing


Chemical Dependency Counseling


Chemical Technician


Civil Engineering Technology


Computer Aided Drafting


Computer Information Systems
(Including Business Application Programming, Internet and Web Programming, System and Network Administration, Web Design)


Construction Technology


Criminal Investigation


Criminal Justice


Dental Hygiene


Early Childhood


Electrical Construction and Maintenance


Electrical Engineering Technology - Electronics


Electrical Technology - Semiconductor Manufacturing Technician


Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic


Engineering Science


Environmental Science


Fine Arts


Forensics Science Studies


Gallery Management


Health Information Technician


Heating, Air Conditioning, Refrigeration Technical Services


Human Services


Advanced Manufacturing Technology


Mechanical Engineering Technology


Mortuary Science


Network and Information Technology


Nursing


Physical Education Studies


Plant Utilities Technology


Public Administration Studies


Radiologic Technology


Respiratory Care

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