The Department of Computer Sciences and Technology
As a regionally accredited college of the State University of New York, Empire State College Department of Computer Science and Technology offers the following degrees in the Science, Mathematics and Technology area of study:
- Associate of Arts.
- Associate of Science.
- Bachelor of Arts.
- Bachelor of Science.
- Combined B.A. or B.S. in Science, Math and Technology / M.A.T. in Adolescent Education.
If you pursue a degree in technology, it will most likely be a Bachelor of Professional Studies, because of the professional orientation of the degree.
- Empire State College does not offer degrees in engineering. You may study the mathematics and the theoretical sciences that comprise the traditional engineering curriculum, but the title of the degree cannot contain the word "engineering."
- Empire State College does not have laboratory facilities. If you need to undertake laboratory-based studies, there may be computer simulations to replace at least some parts of the traditional laboratory, or you may want to enroll in a laboratory course at a traditional college.
Taking individual courses as a nondegree student is also possible and will offer you the same range and depth of courses and rigorous standards as matriculated undergraduate students. Even if you’re not pursuing a degree, you can take courses to prepare for college-level study, stay current in your field or improve your job skills.