Business Administration & Computing
rapid pace today than ever before. To be successful in either of these fields, you must be prepared to meet the challenges presented by an agile environment. Only a strong foundation will Business and technology are changing at a more
allow you to keep pace.
The Business Administration and Computing Division provides academic
prepare students with skills necessary to meet the changes of a dynamic world. Faculty and staff work together to empower you programs designed to
to attain your short- and long-term academic and career goals.
programs accounting, career....................................................3 business administration, career............................3 business administration, transfer.........................3 computer information science, transfer.............7 computer science, transfer.....................................7 information technology, career.............................7
Nancy Latour Associate Dean of Instruction Business Administration & Computing Division 2
taking care of In today’s fast-paced business world, will you be to keep up? Graduates of CCC’s Business Administration programs will.
Choose your path...
associate in applied science, career program
associate in applied science, career program specialize in... � business administration � hospitality � sales and customer service � office technology
associate in science, transfer program
accounting advertising business administration customer service economics finance hospitality international business marketing management sales office management
great corporations of this country were not founded by ordinary people. They were founded by people with extraordinary intelligence, ambition, “The
and aggressiveness.” ~ Daniel Patrick Moynihan
photo credit: The Leader
Meet Tim Bonomo (left), ‘02, Instructor, Business Administration. Under the umbrella of Timothy Bonomo Enterprises, LLC., Tim is also a business owner, author, and consultant. A.S. in Liberal Arts & Sciences: Humanities & Social
Sciences, Corning Community College B.S. in Interdisciplinary Communications & Business Administration, SUNY Brockport M.S. in Adult Education & General Education, Elmira College Owner/Operator, Palace Theatre, Corning, NY since 2009 Consultant specializing in customer service, marketing, management, and human resource-related issues, as well as communication and conflict resolution since 1990.
Most notably, Tim’s consulting services for several Fortune 500 companies have taken him to , China in 2008 and , Hungary in 2009. Tim also Customer Service: Aiming for Excellence in 2002, and copies have been from Ireland, to India, to Canada, to England, to Singapore, and of course, all across the U.S.A.
Shanghai authored sold worldwide
“At one point I was teaching classes at CCC, Keuka, and Elmira colleges. I chose to teach at CCC because I felt here. I went here; I knew the professors; I didn’t feel like a number. I liked the community college . I was the from my family to have a college degree. Now my is a CCC student, and my daughter who is attending is planning on going to . I would against any of the big names out there any day of the week.”
stack CCC up
award-winning faculty Meet Hans Appelt, PhD, ‘69 Professor, Computer and Information Science A.A.S. Data Processing,
“My most moment as an instructor is when graduates go out there and become .“
Corning Community College B.S. Business Administration M.S. Education, Elmira College M.S. Computer Systems, Rochester Institute of Technology Ph.D. Curriculum Development/Computer Education, Cornell University Certified Data Educator Fulbright Scholar (2003-2004)
Fulbright Scholarship Board to spend the fall semester at Barbados
In 2003, Hans received a grant from the J. William
Barbados Community College
Community College. He assisted in the process of switching the college from a quarter to a semester system and recommended modification to the computer curriculum, introducing alternative operating systems for student and faculty use.
Computers are an integral part of our daily lives. They how we work, play, and communicate. Their uses shape our very . You can have an impact on our world too--by improving the way we use computers or inventing new ways to use them.
Choose your path... computer information science
associate in science, transfer program
associate in science, transfer program
associate in applied science, career program specialize in... computer and network technology web technology technical support specialist high performance computing
computer information science computer engineering computer programming computer sciences database administration help desk suppport information technology management information systems (mis) scientific programming software development system analysis and design systems programming telecommunications web site design and development
faculty that students
Meet Alicia (Strupp) McNett, Associate Professor, Computer & Information Science � B.S. in Computer Science, Mansfield University � M.S. Information Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology � Regional Board of Trustee’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (2010)
great thing about getting a degree in I.T.
is that you can work in just about any industry. Every place of business has computers. It’s also
work because the field is constantly changing.”
[ ] “Alicia (Strupp) McNett, who was my advisor and teacher, me with so much, especially my last semester. She helped me figure out what I wanted to take when I graduated and helped find of work for me. I’m actually the person in my immediate family to graduate with a degree. I’m really excited and my family is really I’m proud of for completing my degree.”
possibilities first myself
Shayla Rog, ‘10, A.A.S. Information Technology: Web Technology
state-of-the-art technology advanced network diverse recognition nationally
The CCC LAIR is a state-of-the-art computing laboratory that rivals any in the nation. It is the central hub of a regional that includes labs at SUNY Geneseo and SUNY IT. The network is called BITS (Bits of Integrated Technology Stuff), a name that reflects a framework for experiments with a broad range of . The CCC LAIR and BITS have earned and prestige across New York State and BITS is becoming recognized .
know? CCC—One of America’s Best
Corning Community College ranked in the Top 50 of America’s best community colleges by Washington Monthly, scoring highest in the category of Academic challenge.
“When it comes to quality of instruction [community colleges] outperform not only their two-year peers, but many elite fouryear research universities as well.” ~www.washingtonmonthly.com
explore your opportunities
Start here, go anywhere. As a member of the State University of New York (SUNY), the courses you take at CCC will easily transfer to most SUNY schools. CCC also works closely with a number of non-SUNY four-year schools to facilitate a smooth transfer. Your academic advisor will work closely with you to ensure you take courses that will transfer into your program at your transfer institution.
student and organizations activities programming committee christian club computer science and technology society the CRIER, student newspaper E PIC (environmental protection information coalition) gay/straight alliance international/foreign language club muse of fire, drama club p hi beta lambda, student accounting and business society s tudent association government assembly (SAGA) house of representatives student association executive board student senate WCEB, student radio station For more student clubs & organizations, go to www.corning-cc.edu/future/stulife/ clubs.php.
� office technology practicum: get a minimum of 180 hours of on-thejob training; discuss your experiences, assess your learning, and get leadership training at a weekly on-campus seminar. � volunteering/service learning: get college credit volunteering as a tax preparer or take advantage of other independent study opportunities. � Robert A. Kelley Memorial Transfer Award: encourages and supports students in a business program who are transferring to a four-year college from CCC. � various hybrid course offerings: many business and computer courses are offered with a combination of in-class and online instruction. � Corning Credit Union Scholarship � First Heritage Federal Credit Union Scholarship � Presidential Scholarship � and other scholarship opportunities
CCC participates in the SUNY Study Abroad Programs, which is committed to developing international dimensions as an integral part of your college education. There are hundreds of overseas study programs in more than 50 different countries. 12
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Our friendly and knowledgeable Admissions staff would be happy to answer any questions you may have about CCC’s Business Administration and Computing programs. To contact Admissions, please call (607) 962-9151 or e-mail email@example.com. You may also contact the following faculty regarding specific programs. For more information about the Business Administration programs, please contact: David Quattrone, Chairperson Business Administration and Accounting Department Phone: (607) 962-9497 or 1-800-358-7171 x9497 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Computing programs, please contact: Alicia (Strupp) McNett, Chairperson Computer and Information Science Department Phone: (607) 962-9300 or 1-800-358-7171 x9300 E-mail: email@example.com
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Published on Jan 30, 2014
This booklet is one of six in a series that offers launch points for one-on-one conversations with prospective students about the programs o...