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School of Science, Technology and Health Studies

Dean: Joseph H. Bularzik
Phone: (315) 684-6079

Computer Systems Technology A.A.S.


This program is not currently offered.

The Computer Systems Technology curriculum has been designed for students who have initial plans to enter the job market as support personnel to computer users. The Computer Systems Technology program is fully accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). As the computer continues to integrate itself into all facets of the business environment, new opportunities are developing for those individuals with strong backgrounds in both computing and business management. This curriculum will prepare students for these new careers.

Students will learn computer and information systems concepts. An understanding of hardware and software concepts and their applications to the business environment is emphasized. At the same time, students will be learning the necessary business, marketing, and management skills for today's business world. The merging of these two disciplines will produce tomorrow's business leaders. 

The student's educational experience is enhanced by the campus computing facilities. Students are exposed to interactive program development in a networked, client/server programming environment using C++. Students also learn to use the latest software packages for spreadsheets, graphics, database, communications, and multimedia development. Full and free Internet access is available using popular Web Browsers.

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Stephen R. Klingaman
Chairperson - Computer & Information Technologies Department
(315) 684-6235
Charlton Hall, Room 142

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Admissions Requirements

Required: Minimum High School average in the C to C+ range, high school diploma, two units of Regents level Math, and one unit of defined science. Desired: One additional unit each of defined Regents level math and science.

Morrisville State College has a rolling admission policy; notification of acceptance begins November 1. SAT or ACT exams are recommended, and an on–campus interview is encouraged.