What Programs of Study Does Genesee Community College Offer Its Students?

What Programs of Study Does Genesee Community College Offer Its Students?

Genesee Community College in New York offers a comprehensive collection of more than 60 degree programs in business and commerce, computers and technology, creative arts, and health and physical education, as of 2015. These programs offer associate degrees in arts, science and applied science.

The associate in applied science degree programs include accounting, administrative assistant, business administration/supply chain management, and computer support and operations. Other applied science degree programs include computerized drafting and design, computer systems and network technology, criminal justice/corrections counseling, and fitness and recreation management.

The associate in arts and science degree programs include alcohol and substance abuse studies, business administration, communications and media art, and economic crime investigation. Other arts and science degrees include engineering science, environment studies, liberal arts and physical education studies.

Genesee Community College certificate programs include computer repair, computerized drafting and design, developmental disabilities studies, and medical office assistant. Other certificate programs include accounting, deaf studies, criminal justice and help desk support.

Select degree and certificate programs are 100 percent available online, while other programs have only 50 and 75 percent online availability. The courses that are not available online are available at the Genesee Community College New York state campuses in Batavia, Albion, Arcade and Dansville.