SUNY Ulster Ulster BOCES - career & continuing education august 2019 | january 2020

 
SUNY Ulster Ulster BOCES - career & continuing education august 2019 | january 2020
au g u st 2019     |   ja n uary 2020

SUNY Ulster
     Ulster BOCES
ca re e r & co n t in u i n g e d u c at io n

       SUNY ULSTER • 845-339-2025           ULSTER BOCES • 845-331-5050
       www.sunyulster.edu/ce                www.ulsterboces.org/register
SUNY Ulster Ulster BOCES - career & continuing education august 2019 | january 2020
INFORMATION SESSIONS
                    SUNY ULSTER                                                                   ULSTER BOCES
              WEDNESDAY | AUGUST 21                                                             THURSDAY | AUGUST 22
                  5:30-7:30pm                                                                       5:30-7:30pm
           KINGSTON CENTER OF SUNY ULSTER                                           ULSTER ADULT CAREER EDUCATION CENTER
             94 MARY’S AVENUE | KINGSTON                                                    ROUTE 9W | PORT EWEN

    SUNY ULSTER ADMISSIONS & ULSTER BOCES REPRESENTATIVES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT BOTH OPEN HOUSES

INFORMATION SESSIONS • REGISTRATION REQUIRED
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PRE-APPRENTICE &                                             HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA (TASC)
APPRENTICE PROGRAM                                                                  Come and meet our instructors and learn about our comprehensive TASC review
SUNY Ulster is an approved provider for the advanced manufacturing pre-             classes designed for students wanting to earn their High School Equivalency
apprentice and an approved provider for related instruction for registered          Diploma. Discussion will also include the new Fourth Pathway to the HSE.
apprentices. Funding is available for both pre-apprentice courses and related       DCB 2241         W        8/21     5:30-6:30pm      KSU                 FREE
instruction courses. This information session will address questions related to
both the pre-apprentice program and the related instruction.
                                                                                    INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING
                                                                                    Learn about the different manufacturing companies in Ulster County and
DCB 2188          W        8/21     6-7pm             KSU                 FREE
                                                                                    the types of jobs that are available.
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                                                              DCB 2252         W        8/21     7-8pm      KSU                FREE
Dr. Jennifer Delora will do an informal Q&A meet potential students and answer
any questions regarding what to expect in the ASL classes, as well as do            PHLEBOTOMY INFO SESSION
placement evaluations for students wanting to enroll in the advanced class.         Join us for an overview of SUNY Ulster’s Phlebotomy Program.
NCC 2141          W        8/21     5:30-7:30pm       KSU                 FREE      DCB 2308         M        10/7     6:30-7:30pm      KSU                 FREE

CASAC INFO SESSION                                                                  WEB DEVELOPMENT MINI BOOTCAMP
For those interested in becoming an addictions counselor or for                     Looking to add to your skill set? Ulster County’s own mini bootcamp begins
professionals who wish to re-specialize in addiction counseling, this session       this fall. These courses will provide a solid foundation in website development
will address the training, education, and competencies needed.                      for your own projects or for your clients.
DCB 1853          W        8/21    5:30-6:30pm KSU                     FREE         DCB 2167         W        8/21     6:30-7:30pm      KSU                 FREE
                                                                                    DCB 2167         W        8/28     6:30-7:30pm      KSU                 FREE
COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL                                                              DCB 2167         W        9/4      6:30-7:30pm      KSU                 FREE
Chris Earley, Associate Professor of Music and Chair of the Arts Department will
be discussing this new music program. He will cover what private lessons are
available, the ensembles and how to register for them. He will also talk about
the A.S. Music Degree.
NCC 2138          W        8/21     5:30-7:30pm       KSU                 FREE

WEBINARS • REGISTRATION REQUIRED
CAREER STEP HEALTHCARE WEBINAR                                                      CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER WEBINAR
Learn about online training programs that offer the opportunity to train and        Use the link any day, any time to learn more about this course:
work in the growing healthcare industry; Coding and Billing, Heathcare IT, and      https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/
Medical Transcriptionists, are just a few of the in high demand careers. Various    2954069280930919938?assets=true.
options for payment and who to speak to for details will also be discussed. A
link for this webinar will be emailed to you about 7 to 10 days prior to the date   DRONE PRIMER WEBINAR
and again on the date.                                                              This gives an overview of what a drone is, information on how drone use
DCB 2242          W        8/21                                           FREE      can benefit an organization, and the requirements for operating a drone
                                                                                    commercially in the United States. This one-hour long webinar is followed by
                                                                                    an online Q&A. Visit www.skyop.com/drone-primer for dates and to register.

                               FOR MORE INFO: www.sunyulster.edu/continuing_education/info_sessions.php

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                INFORMATION SESSIONS                      2
                                ADVANCED MANUFACTURING                   4-8
                                WATER & WASTEWATER OPERATIONS             9
                                OSHA TRAINING                             9
                                CLEAN TECHNOLOGY                          11
                                FIBER OPTICS                              12
                                COMPUTER SCIENCE & IT                  13-15
                                ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE PROGRAM             16
                                TRADES                                    16
                                COUNCIL ON OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION         17
                                BEAUTY ENHANCEMENT                        18
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PAGE 5
                                HEALTH OCCUPATIONS & HUMAN SERVICES    19-22
                                MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT         22
                                CHILD ABUSE • SAVE • DASA                23
                                VOICEOVER PROFESSIONAL                   23
                                PERSONAL TRAINER                         24
                                DRONE PILOTING                           24
                                BUSINESS & FINANCE                     25-28
                                GRANT WRITING & FUNDRAISING              26
                                BOOKKEEPING • EXCEL                      26
                                SOCIAL MEDIA & MARKETING • WORDPRESS     30
                                BARTENDING                                31
WEB DEVELOPMENT PAGE 15         PSAT • SAT PREPARATION                    31
                                LITERACY & COLLEGE PREPARATION         32-33
                                TASC                                     34
                                LANGUAGES                                35
                                COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL                 36-37
                                COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH & WELLNESS          37
                                ANIMAL CARE EDUCATION                    38
                                VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS                 39
                                DRIVER SAFETY & MOTORCYCLE             40-41
                                SENIOR COMPUTER LEARNING CENTER          42
                                HUDSON RIVER MARITIME MUSEUM             43
                                REGISTRATION                          44-47
PERSONAL TRAINER PAGE 24

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PFEIFFER TECHNOLOGY
& INNOVATION LAB
The Pfeiffer Technology and Innovation Lab was designed to foster and support collaborations between education and the advanced
technology and manufacturing industry. It is located on the College’s main campus in Stone Ridge in Hardenbergh Hall.
The Pfeiffer Technology and Innovation Lab houses training and testing equipment used by SUNY Ulster students in STEM disciplines
including engineering, advanced manufacturing, AutoCAD, 3D printing, and web development.
In addition to providing hands-on learning for STEM students, the lab is designed to serve as a resource to the manufacturing industry,
providing valuable real-world interaction for students while supporting the competitive advantage of local manufacturing and
technology companies.
In keeping with this mission, courses that advance students in these technologies are offered for both the credit and the
non-credit student.
This past fall, SUNY Ulster was able to add two 3D scanners and a laser cutter to the lab. This new equipment will allow students from the
Fashion Design, Engineering, Advanced Manufacturing, Visual Arts and Entrepreneurship programs to work collaboratively on projects.

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
& ENGINEERING SCIENCE
ELECTRICAL THEORY I BASICS
Topics covered will include components of the atom, how electrons flow                       Looking for technical training for your technicians or
through conductors, conductivity, series and parallel circuits, voltage and                engineers? Let us know what you are looking for and we
current resistance, AC and DC voltage, and Ohm’s Law. Course includes a                               can put together a course for you.
lab component.                                                                                  For more information, contact Barbara Reer at
DCB 1947         M    10/21-11/18   4:30-7:30pm             KSU       $199                          reerb@sunyulster.edu or 845-802-7171
MATERIALS & MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
This course offers an exploration into a variety of industrial materials
coupled with various methods of manufacturing. The class discusses such
topics as material selection, parts assemblies, case studies, and product
fabrication. Utilizing field trips, a material testing laboratory, and a review
of related professional sources, the class explores methods of material
selection. Prerequisite: ENG 101. Required textbooks: Cradle to Cradle,
9780865475878 and Machinery’s Handbook, 9780831130916.
MEC 201-01         M     1-3:30pm        8/26-12/17           SRC         $626
No class 10/14 • class held on T 10/15
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING DESIGN:
3D PROTOTYPING
Students are introduced to engineering design through a series of projects
involving 3D modeling and 3D printing. While students will learn some
CAD specific skills, the emphasis of the course is on the design process.
Clear communication of specifications and solutions will be emphasized.
ENR 103-01       M     8/26-12/17     1:15-2:10pm        SRC
No class 9/2 & 10/14 • class held on T 10/15

                                    MICRO-CREDENTIALS:
                                    THE BITE-SIZED COURSE OF STUDY THAT BULKS-UP YOUR RESUME WITH SKILLS TO ENHANCE YOUR CAREER
                                    Earn Your Micro-credential Badge in 6-12 months in
                                        • Accounting Computer Skills
                                        • Computer Game Design
                                        • Customer Service
                                        • Mobile Application Development
                                        • Small Business Management                                                               Learn more:
                                        • Web Application Developer                                        www.sunyulster.edu/microcredentials

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ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
                                            PRE-APPRENTICESHIP
   Pre-apprenticeship programs can play a valuable role in preparing qualified entry-level workers for Registered Apprenticeship
     careers while contributing to the development of a diverse and skilled workforce. Students completing this series of courses
        may qualify for credit towards an apprenticeship program. Ask how you can start this 52-hour program to prepare for an
  apprenticeship position in one of the many local manufacturing companies here in Ulster County. Funding may be available for
                             these courses. For more information contact Barbara Reer at reerb@sunyulster.edu or 845-802-7171.

          PROGRAM BEGINS AUGUST 2019

INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING                                                 INTRODUCTION TO BLUEPRINT READING
Learn about the different manufacturing companies in Ulster County and        FOR MANUFACTURING
the types of jobs that are available.                                         Participants will learn to identify the essential details and interpret the
DCB 2252         W 8/21               7-8pm           KSU        FREE         dimensions and tolerances found on engineering drawings. Course is
                                                                              geared for machine operators, quality control inspectors, shop supervisors,
INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICS
                                                                              metalworking manufacturing personnel, engineering managers, and other
FOR MANUFACTURING
                                                                              manufacturing persons interested in learning to read manufacturing prints
Strengthen mathematical skills needed for the set-up and operation of
                                                                              or updating their knowledge in this area. Corequisite: Basic Mathematics.
machine tools and computer numerical control (CNC) programming.
                                                                              Instructor: J. Novak
Mathematical operations including fractions, exponents, basic algebra and
                                                                              DCB 1259          T/R 11/12-11/21     6-9pm                KSU        $199
trigonometry will be reviewed. Prerequisite: Basic Mathematics.
Instructor: R. Eckmann                                                        HANDS-ON MANUFACTURING LAB
DCB 2064          W 9/18-10/30 6-8pm                     KSU        $199      Apply the skills you learned in this series of courses to the manufacturing
No class 10/9                                                                 process.
                                                                              DCB 2268          W 10/23-11/13 6-8pm                       KSU        $49
                                                                              WORKPLACE SUCCESS SKILLS
                                                                              Workplace skills, often called employability skills, are the basic skills a person
                                                                              must have to succeed in any workplace. They are the core knowledge,
                                                                              skills and attitudes that allow workers to understand instructions, solve
                                                                              problems and get along with co-workers and customers.
                                                                              DCB 2253          online			                                                  FREE
Support provided by the 2016/17 SUNY Performance Improvement Fund.

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ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
APPRENTICESHIP
SUNY Ulster is registered as a Related Instructor provider with the New York State Education Department.
Under the Council of Industry, SUNY Ulster supports apprenticeship programs in CNC Machinist, Toolmaker, Maintenance
Mechanic, Electro-Mechanical Technician, Quality Assurance Auditor, and Industrial Manufacturing Technician.
Funding may be available for these courses for registered apprentices.
To inquire, contact Barbara Reer at reerb@sunyulster.edu or 845-802-7171

APPROVED ADVANCED MANUFACTURING RELATED INSTRUCTION COURSES
MATHEMATICS FOR MANUFACTURING
Strengthen mathematical skills needed for the set-up and operation of
machine tools and computer numerical control (CNC) programming.
Mathematical operations including fractions, exponents, basic algebra and
trigonometry will be reviewed. Prerequisite: Basic Mathematics. Required
textbook: Mathematics for Machine Technology, 9781133281450.
DCB 2254        T/R     9/17-11/7 6-9pm                  KSU        $450
No class 10/31
BLUEPRINT READING FOR MANUFACTURING
Course is geared for machine operators, quality control inspectors,
shop supervisors, metalworking manufacturing personnel, engineering
managers, and other manufacturing persons interested in learning to read
manufacturing prints or updating their knowledge in this area.
Prerequisite: Basic Mathematics. Required textbook: Basic Blueprint
Reading & Sketching, 9781435483781.
DCB 2255         T/R    11/12-1/21 6-9pm                 KSU      $450
No class 11/26 & 11/28
CERTIFIED PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN
This program consists of four individual certificate modules: Safety
Certificate, Manufacturing Processes and Production Certificate, Quality
                                                                                     ADDITIONAL RELATED INSTRUCTION COURSES AVAILABLE:
Practices and Measurement Certificate, and Maintenance Awareness
Certificate. Approved by New York State Bureau of Veterans Education for
payment of VA Education Benefits. Prerequisite: MAT 100 or permission                                Personal Protective Equipment
of instructor. Course price includes four assessments. Any additional                                             First Aid
assessments that students need will be $65 each.                                                          OSHA 30 - see page 9
MFG 101-51       W 8/28-12/17 6-9pm                     SRC        $871                                Lockout/Tagout - see page 9
(credit-bearing course)                                                                                 Right to Know - see page 9
DCB 1786         W 8/28-12/17 6-9pm                     SRC        $871                             Materials Data Sheets - see page 9
No class 11/27 • (non-credit bearing course)                                                    Sexual Harassment Prevention - see page 9
AUTOCAD
Students are introduced to the AutoCAD drawing platform. AutoCAD                               Refer to our website for start dates for these
commands are taught using the following drafting methods: Geometric                                       credit bearing courses:
Construction, Orthographic Projection, Sectioning and Isometric Views.                              Algebra • Trigonometry • Physics
Special emphasis is placed on dimensioning, white space layout, GUI
customization, scaling, and line weight. After successful completion of this
course, students will be proficient with the AutoCAD software and have an
understanding of the fundamentals of drafting.
CAD 101-51       T     8/27-12/17     5-9:30pm             SRC       $626
No class 10/15 • (credit-bearing course)
DCB 1600         T     8/27-12/17     5-9:30pm             SRC       $626
No class 10/15 • (non-credit bearing course)                                    Support provided by the 2016/17 SUNY Performance Improvement Fund.

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ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
                                                    APPRENTICESHIP
                       SUNY Ulster is registered as a Related Instructor provider with the New York State Education Department.
          Under the Council of Industry, SUNY Ulster supports apprenticeship programs in CNC Machinist, Toolmaker, Maintenance
                    Mechanic, Electro-Mechanical Technician, Quality Assurance Auditor, and Industrial Manufacturing Technician.

APPROVED ADVANCED MANUFACTURING RELATED INSTRUCTION COURSES continued
INTRO TO CNC PROGRAMMING - MILL & LATHE                                             GD&T: INTRODUCTION TO BLUEPRINT BASICS,
This hybrid course covers the fundamentals of machining metals advancing            SYMBOLS & INSPECTION TECHNIQUES
towards a three axis mill and lathe. Using CNC Programming and an online            In this introductory course, use and interpretation of drawings, drawing
CNC Learning System students will be introduced to the fundamentals of              features, first and third angle projections, concepts of using linear
programming mills and lathes. Required textbook: CNC Programming Mill               tolerancing vs. GD&T tolerance zones, introduction to concepts of implied
& Lathe Combo, 9781897466889 Material needed: USB Memory Stick                      constraints will be discussed. Prerequisite: Technical Math & Introduction
Optional tools: 1” micrometer and dial caliper                                      to Blueprint Reading. Required textbook: Fundamentals of Geometric
MFG 103-51B       hybrid M            10/21-12/6        CT         $626             Dimensioning and Tolerancing, 9781111129828
(credit-bearing class)                                                              DCB 2272          R    10/3-31       5:30-7:30pm          KSU        $299
DCB 2213          hybrid M            10/21-12/6        CT         $720
(non-credit bearing class & includes textbook)
                                                                                    GD&T: FEATURE CONTROL FRAME, TRUE POSITION
Online self-paced with mandatory hands-on lab on Monday from 6-9pm                  & PROFILE CONCEPTS & INSPECTION TECHNIQUES
at Ulster BOCES, Port Ewen                                                          Course will continue on where GD&T: Introduction to Blueprint Basics,
                                                                                    Symbols and Inspection Techniques leaves off. Course will cover application
NEW! MASTERCAM 2019 ASSOCIATE LEVEL                                                 and inspection techniques using control frames and true position.
CERTIFICATION PREP COURSE                                                           Prerequisite: DCB 2272 or permission of instructor. Required textbook:
Participants will complete design courses on mill and lathe under the               Fundamentals of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, 9781111129828
guidance of a Certified Mastercam instructor. Once completed with the               DCB 2273        R    11/7-12/5     5:30-7:30pm            KSU         $299
training, the students will have the option of testing for the Mastercam            No class 11/28
Associate Level Certification. This certification is a rigorous set of practical
tests that recognizes a programmer’s knowledge and ability to work
effectively with Mastercam CAM software.                                              Interested in a Certificate Program? Many of the related instruction
The Mastercam Associate Certification is a reliable validation of your skills         courses required for apprentices are embedded in the Manufacturing
and knowledge in the use of Mastercam Software. It is the first benchmark             Technology Certificate program. Ask how you can get this certificate!
and an integral step toward a Mastercam Professional Certification.                   For more information contact Barbara Reer at reerb@sunyulster.edu or
Required textbooks: Mastercam 2019 Mill Essentials Training Tutorial,                 845-802-7171.
9781771467568 and Mastercam 2019 Lathe Training Tutorial, 9781771467582
IND 270           R    6-9pm          8/29-12/17             SRC          $626        INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY:
No class 11/28 • (credit-bearing course • price does not include books)               MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE
DCB 2271          R    6-9pm          8/29-12/17             SRC          $781        36 credits
No class 11/28 • (non-credit bearing course • price includes books)                   This certificate program prepares individuals to enter the manufacturing
                                                                                      workforce by teaching basic skills needed in the use of lathes and milling
MASTERCAM 2019 ASSOCIATE LEVEL
                                                                                      machines, while also providing the educational background for those
CERTIFICATION EXAM                                                                    students who want to continue into a second year of study in Industrial
DCB 2306          by appointment		                           SRC           $50        Technology: Manufacturing or Industrial Design.

    EARNING CREDIT FOR WHAT YOU KNOW
    SUNY Ulster recognizes many nontraditional modes of learning, including credit for life experience and proficiency examinations. If you use
    these opportunities to earn credit, you must still meet the residency requirement (a minimum of 30 credit-bearing semester hours of academic
    course work at SUNY Ulster for the associate degree and 15 credit-bearing semester hours for the one-year diploma). Any course for which
    alternative credit is given may not be repeated at the College for credit. If you intend to transfer to four-year institutions you should be aware
    that any credit received from alternative modes will be subject to re-evaluation by the four-year institution. These credits will not be used in
    calculating your cumulative average.

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COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD)
    2018 MEDIAN PAY: $55,000 PER YEAR
    TYPICAL ENTRY-LEVEL EDUCATION: ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE
    JOB OUTLOOK AS REPORTED BY OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK HANDBOOK: 7%
    CAD Assistants or CAD Drafters use computer-aided design software and work with Lead Drafters to create designs and schematics used to
    manufacture products or construct buildings. CAD Assistants may specialize in many areas including mechanical, electrical, and civil drafting.
    The primary role of CAD Assistants is to support Lead Drafters and/or Project Managers in designing and preparing complete and accurate
    technical drawings for building construction and product manufacturing utilizing computer-aided design systems. CAD Assistants fill out these
    drawings with specifications, methods, and codes. These detailed technical drawings incorporate the input of engineers, architects, and surveyors
    and can specify dimensions, codes, materials, and production methods. Mechanical drafters create designs for machinery and mechanical devices
    including HVAC/R equipment and systems. Other common specialties include aeronautical, pipeline, electrical, and electronics drafting. Many
    employers require CAD Assistants to have completed at least an associate’s degree program.
    CAD Assistants was listed as one of the 40 careers needed to help advance those in the climate control technology industry as recently published
    by Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC).

AUTOCAD                                                                         SOLID MODELING I
Students are introduced to the AutoCAD drawing platform. AutoCAD                This class is an introduction to Solid Modeling using the Autodesk
commands are taught using the following drafting methods: Geometric             Inventor Professional software. Topics emphasized include: design intent
Construction, Orthographic Projection, Sectioning and Isometric Views.          solid modeling, white space layout design, dimensioning, GD&T, GUI
Special emphasis is placed on dimensioning, white space layout, GUI             customization, sheetmetal design and welding assembly. Students will
customization, scaling, and line weight. After successful completion of this    create parts, assemblies, presentations and drawings throughout the term.
course, students will be proficient with the AutoCAD software and have an       CAD 102-51        R    8/29-12/17 5-9:30pm               SRC       $626
understanding of the fundamentals of drafting.                                  No class 11/18
CAD 101-51       T     8/27-12/17     5-9:30pm             SRC       $626       DCB 2224          R    8/30-12/17 5-9:30pm               SRC       $626
No class 10/15 • (credit-bearing course)                                        No class 11/18
DCB 1600         T     8/27-12/17     5-9:30pm             SRC       $626
                                                                                INTRODUCTION TO SOLIDWORKS
No class 10/15 • (non-credit bearing course)
                                                                                This course requires an understanding of solid modeling for successful
                                                                                completion of the course. This course is an introduction to the solid
                                                                                modeling software SolidWorks. Topics covered are: GUI Customization,
                                                                                Part Families, Inventor to SolidWorks Commands, Motion studies and FEA
                                                                                analysis software. Prerequisite: CAD 102 or permission of instructor.
                                                                                CAD 204-51        M    8/26-12/17 5-9:30pm                SRC         $626
                                                                                No class 9/2 & 10/14

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WATER & WASTEWATER OPERATIONS
                                    & OSHA TRAINING
GRADE A COMPLIANT LABORATORY COURSE                                            GRADE 3 SUPERVISION & TECHNICAL OPERATIONS:
At the completion of this course students will have improved their             TECHNICAL MODULE
knowledge, skills, ability, and proficiency in laboratory and sampling         The purpose of this one-day module is to train supervisors in the technical
techniques. Students will have learned how these analyses and techniques       operations of the treatment plant. It is intended to go with the Supervision
can be used to optimize the treatment facility and ensure plant efficiency.    home study module Manage for Success. The Technical Operations portion
5 NY DOH contact hours, 5 NY DEC contact hours. Instructor: S. Rider           includes the topics of toxic substances, toxicity testing, odor control,
PSP 1511        S        9/21      9am-3pm             SRC            $129     multimedia issues, pollution prevention, and nutrient removal. Prerequisite:
                                                                               home-study completion of “Manage for Success” from Sacramento State
SLUDGE DIGESTION
                                                                               Office of Water programs. Enrollment through Sacramento and successful
Presents the components, the theory of operation, and the techniques for
                                                                               completion of Manage for Success earns 45 DEC contact hours. The
gathering and monitoring the data required for the successful operation of
                                                                               Technical Operations Module must be done in classroom and earns 6 DEC
anaerobic and aerobic digestion. Approved by the NY DEC for 6.5 contact
                                                                               contact hours or 6.5 NY DOH contact hours. Purchase information and
hours. Instructor: W. Rice
                                                                               enrollment in Manage for Success can be found at:
PSP 1522           W       11/6        8:30am – 5pm         KSU      $169
                                                                               http://www.owp.csus.edu/courses/management.php. Instructor: W. Rice
                                                                               PSP 1512         W        10/16     8:30am-4pm            KSU          $199

OSHA TRAINING
LOCKOUT/TAGOUT                                                                 HAZARD COMMUNICATIONS/GHS
Lockout-Tagout (LOTO) are the practices and procedures that help protect       The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard is designed to protect
employees from the unexpected startup of machinery and equipment or            employees from hazardous chemicals used or stored in the work setting.
the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities.      Also referred to as Right To Know, it requires that training and information
The procedure is required under OSHA regulations when employees                be provided to any employees who have the potential of being exposed
service or maintain machines where the unexpected start-up, energization,      to a hazardous chemical “under normal condition of use or in a forseeable
or the release of stored energy could cause injury.                            emergency.” HazCom training requires the presence of hazardous
DCB 2300          R       10/17    5-8pm              KSU           $95        chemicals be communicated to employees in a variety of ways, including:
                                                                                  • The hazardous chemical inventory
CONFINED SPACE AWARENESS
                                                                                  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) / Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Confined spaces, no matter how common in construction and general
                                                                                  • Labels, tags or signs
industries, are inherently hazardous and not meant for continuous
                                                                                  • The written hazard communication program
occupancy. To fully understand the health and safety risks of entering and
                                                                                  • Hazard classification
working in confined spaces, workers are required to take confined space
                                                                                  • Labeling and marking
entry training in compliance with OSHA requirements.
                                                                                  • Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
DCB 2299-01 T            10/1      5-8pm                KSU           $95
                                                                               DCB 2298          R        9/19     5-8pm                  KSU          $95
DCB 2299-02 R            10/3      5-8pm                SRC           $95
                                                                               OSHA 30 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
SEXUAL HARASSMENT / WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
                                                                               The OSHA 30-hour Construction Industry Outreach Training course is
Effective Oct. 9, New York employers must establish an annual sexual-
                                                                               a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the
harassment training program, and the first training must be completed by
                                                                               construction industry. Specifically devised for safety directors, foremen,
Oct. 9, 2019. The following topics will be explained. Detailed information
                                                                               and field supervisors; the program provides complete information on
concerning federal, state and local laws and the remedies available to
                                                                               OSHA compliance issues. Additional $8 for OSHA cards.
victims of harassment. An explanation of employees’ external rights of
                                                                               DCB 2301          T        11/5 & 12/3         5–10pm       KSU       $525
redress and the available administrative and judicial forums for bringing
                                                                               No class 11/26
complaints. An explanation of sexual harassment and specific examples of
inappropriate conduct.                                                         OSHA 10 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
DCB 2297-01      M       9/9       5-8pm                KSU           $95      The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training Program is
DCB 2297-02 M            10/7      5-8pm                SRC           $95      intended to provide an entry level construction worker’s general awareness
                                                                               on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site. Additional
                                                                               $8 for OSHA cards.
                                                                               DCB 2302           S       11/9 & 16          8am–2pm       KSU      $265

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SUNY Ulster Ulster BOCES - career & continuing education august 2019 | january 2020
THE CHANGING FACE OF TECHNICAL
CAREER PATHWAYS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
     By Barbara Ann Livermore Reer, Director, Professional Technology Programs, SUNY Ulster
     1st published in HV MFG Spring 2019 Issue • This article has been abbreviated from the original publication.

More now than ever before, students are challenging the structure of traditional education for emerging technical careers. They are
demanding that educational institutions provide a robust quality learning environment that include concepts such as real-world
classrooms, internships and apprenticeships. Students want to know that the programs being offered will prepare them for the
current labor market. Credit for prior learning and micro-credentials are becoming common language in the field of education.

Why the change? Technology has advanced exponentially in the past 30 years. With this rapid growth, there has been a change
in how we learn and why we want to learn. Degrees become somewhat replaced by competency based knowledge. Employers
are asking for a summary of work experience relative to competencies as they staff a much different workforce than they did 30
years ago. Education institutions are finding different ways at creating a bridge between education and employment.

Several years ago, SUNY Ulster envisioned a better linkage between local industry and the college. In 2017, SUNY Ulster built
the Pfeiffer Technology and Innovation Lab. This lab was designed to foster and support collaborations between education and
the advanced technology and manufacturing industry. 3D printers, 3D scanners, a laser cutter, programmable logic controller
training stations and state of the art computers were added to enable students to work collaboratively among programs and with
industry. The vision for the center was that local companies would work hand-in-hand with students on manufacturing problems
as well as new designs resulting in students engaging fully with the academic learning via hands-on learning. This in turn would
lead to a relationship between students and local employers encouraging the students to find local employment upon graduation.

Recently SUNY Ulster was awarded funding to develop a pre-apprenticeship program for those looking for a non-traditional
career pathway. The pre-apprenticeship program includes basic skills building courses including Mathematics for Manufacturing,
Blueprint Reading, Introduction to Manufacturing, Hands-on Lab and Workplace Success Skills. All courses are taught by
manufacturing experts.

SUNY has given the green light for campuses to start developing micro-credentials. Micro-credentials are a set of courses that
lead to a mastery of or competency in specific knowledge, skills or processes that can be measured against a set of acceptable
standards. As SUNY Ulster develops courses in advanced manufacturing, micro-credentials in the areas of CNC, Metrology,
Welding, CAD, and Mechatronics are under development. Micro-credentials have value for both employers as well as the learner
as they allow students to blend courses from several academic disciplines into a career path that meets their career goals. These
micro-credentials can be taken after the learner has a degree to achieve skills in a very specific discipline.

SUNY Ulster is changing with the evolving needs of the local industries to ensure that students have pathways to local jobs and
that manufacturing and technology companies have the workforce they need to remain competitive. The College remains fluid in
its thinking, working in partnership with industry to prepare for today’s as well as tomorrow’s work world.

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BUILDING SCIENCE & CLEAN TECHNOLOGY
BPI BUILDING ANALYST PROFESSIONAL –                                               MATHEMATICS FOR MANUFACTURING &
INTRODUCTION TO HOME ENERGY AUDITING                                              TECHNICAL CAREERS
Prepares students to perform “whole-house” energy assessments,                    Course is geared towards those that need a math refresher before begin­
identifying a building’s problems at the root cause and prescribing and           ning the PV training or other technical training. Mathematical operations
prioritizing solutions based on building science principles. Upon successful      including fractions, exponents, basic algebra and trigonometry will be re­
completion of the written and field exams, students receive Building              viewed. Prerequisite: Basic Mathematics. Instructor: R. Eckmann
Analyst Certification. Approved by New York State Bureau of Veterans              DCB 2064         W       9/18-10/30        6-8:30pm       KSU        $199
Education for payment of VA Education Benefits.                                   No class 10/9
Approved for 8.5 BPI CEUs.
Prerequisite: Basic building science background strongly recommended.
Reference textbook: Residential Energy
ISBN: 978-1880120231 Instructor: N. Jen
DCB 1842           M-F    11/11-15 8am-5pm        SRC, Kelder         $995
Class on Friday is from 9-11am and is held at KSU in Kingston.
BPI WRITTEN EXAMS
Written Exams are $200 each when taken with a BPI class and $400 each on all
other dates. All written exams are by appointment and subject to a $200 non-
refundable fee. Exams are held at the Kingston Center.
To register call 845-339-2025.
                      DCB 1025        BPI Building Analyst Written exam
                      DCB 1026        BPI Building Envelope Written exam
                      DCB 1635        BPI Building Heating Professional
                                                                                  ELECTRICAL THEORY I BASICS
                      		              Written exam
                                                                                  Topics covered will include components of the atom, how electrons flow
                      DCB 1262        BPI Building A/C Heat Pump
                                                                                  through conductors, conductivity, series and parallel circuits, voltage and
                      		              Written exam
                                                                                  current resistance, AC and DC voltage, and Ohm’s Law. Course includes a
                                                                                  lab component.
BPI FIELD EXAMS                                                                   DCB 1947         M       10/21-11/18      4:30-7:30pm KSU             $199
All field exams are by appointment and subject to a $200 non-refundable fee.      PHOTOVOLTAICS (PV) SYSTEMS
Exams are held in Kelder located on the SRC. To register call 845-339-2025.
                                                                                  RECOGNIZED BY NABCEP
DCB 1143         BPI Building Analyst Field exam		                      $400
                                                                                  Course will be offered spring 2020.
DCB 1149         BPI Building Envelope Field exam                       $400
                                                                                  DCB 1795
DCB 1150         BPI Building Heating Professional Field exam           $400
DCB 1270         BPI Building A/C Heat Pump Field exam                  $400
BPI INFILTRATION & DUCT LEAKAGE (IDL)                                                                     CAREER NEWS
CERTIFICATION FIELD EXAM                                                                 A new career map, Careers in Climate Control Technology
Subject to a $200 non-refundable fee. To register call 845-339-2025.                     (https://hvaccareermap.org/), provides a first-of-its-kind
DCB 8380         by appointment		           SRC     Kelder              $400                interactive, visual tool to showcase the employment
HEP ENERGY AUDITOR                                                                             opportunities that exist in the swiftly growing
Written exam     DCB 1268 		                by appointment              $500                      HVAC/R industry – Heating, Ventilation,
Field exam		     DCB 1269			                by appointment              $600                         Air Conditioning and Refrigeration.
HEP QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTOR                                                        The challenge is that HVAC/R training programs at community
Written exam 					                          by appointment              $600
                                                                                          colleges and other institutions struggle to get students
                                                                                        interested in their programs. This new career map offers a
                                                                                      powerful tool that can be used by educators, career advisors,
                                                                                           students, military veterans, employers, policy makers,
       SUNY Ulster’s Kelder Test House is an approved field                           workforce professionals and others to see the wide variety of
                                                                                     high-quality jobs that exist in the industry. It also illustrates how
            test site for both the BPI Energy Auditor and
                                                                                       advancement is possible after just a few years of experience.
            BPI Quality Control Inspector Certifications.
                                                                                      The map identifies five sectors within the industry – residential,
                                                                                        commercial, sales and marketing, automated controls, and
                                                                                       design and engineering. It highlights 40 jobs and more than
                                                                                        150 advancements between those jobs and across sectors.

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FIBER OPTICS
CERTIFIED FIBER OPTIC TECHNICIAN (CFOT)                                            CERTIFIED FIBER OPTICS SPLICING SPECIALIST
This introductory course explores the theory and history of fiber optics           (CFOS/S)
data transmission and is designed for anyone wanting to become certified           This two-day, Splicing Specialist Training includes a complete explanation of
in the basic installation, troubleshooting and testing techniques of installed     the importance of high performance splicing and further details the points
fiber optics networks as required per industry standards. This program             necessary to achieve these splices. An overview of OTDR functions and
includes 85% hands-on activities by allowing you to build and test your            trace understanding is also provided during this presentation. 85% hands-
own fiber optics network. Certification Exams are administered and graded          on classroom activities will provide training in both fusion and mechanical
at the end of the session. You must pass both the written and hands-on             splicing of either single or multimode fiber optic cables. Inside or outside
exams to successfully pass this course. This course is recognized by The           plant fiber optic cable types will be utilized at instructor’s discretion
US Department of Labor and is sanctioned by the Fiber Optic Association            during these hands-on sessions along with fiber optics enclosures and
(FOA). Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of computers; ability to speak and           splice trays. The student will be responsible for successfully making and
understand the English language. Prices include study materials, exams             testing both mechanical and fusion splices. In addition to the basic splicing
and one-year membership to FOA.                                                    activities outlined above, the student will further be required to correctly
DCB 2184           M-W 10/14-16              8am-5pm        SRC         $700       and efficiently install spliced fibers into splice trays and enclosures. The
                                                                                   student will further be required to achieve a splice loss of less than 0.15 dB
                                                                                   for all splices and demonstrate proficiency in interpretation of splice loss
                                                                                   using OTDR splice traces. Note: The student must pass both the written and
                                                                                   hands on exams to successfully pass this course. Prerequisite: Successful
                                                                                   completion of the CFOT course within the preceding 12 months
                                                                                   DCB 2186          S/U      10/19-20          8am-5pm        SRC          $675
                                                                                   CERTIFIED FIBER OPTICS SPECIALIST OUTSIDE
CERTIFIED FIBER OPTICS SPECIALIST -                                                PLANT (CFOS/S)
TESTING & MAINTENANCE (CFOS/T)                                                     This fiber optic specialist course is for students who will be directly involved
This two-day, program is designed to offer advanced training to anyone             with installing Outside Plant (OSP) Fiber Optics Cabling. This advanced
involved with the testing and maintenance of fiber optics networks.                training combines lecture sessions and 85% hands-on activities to
This comprehensive program explains the variety of testing standards,              prepare you to take the CFOS/O, OSP hands-on and written exams that
equipment and technological approaches used in fiber network testing               are sanctioned by the FOA. You will learn how to properly identify OSP
and splicing and how to choose among them. This 85% hands on course                fiber cabling types, recognize various outside plant closures used in OSP
explores the overall spectrum of testing and maintenance of singlemode             fiber installation, install, prepare, terminate, splice, and properly test and
fiber optics networks and provides a detailed overview and demonstration           troubleshoot installed OSP fiber cable to existing standards. Hands-on
of various pieces of equipment used in testing and maintenance.                    activities include both mechanical and fusion splicing. Certification Exams
Subject matter includes a detailed study of ANSI/TIA/EIA-526-(7)A,                 are administered and graded at the end of the session. You must pass
OTDR fundamentals and uses, OTDR vs. Insertion Loss Testing, Return                both the written and hands-on exams to successfully pass this course. This
Loss Testing, and Attenuation testing using the Power Source and Light             course is recognized by The US Department of Labor and is sanctioned by
Meter. This FOA sanctioned fiber optics course is recognized by the US             the Fiber Optic Association (FOA). Prerequisite: Successful completion of
Department of Labor. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the CFOT               the CFOT course within the preceding 12 months.
course within the preceding 12 months.                                             Prices include study materials, exams. 1-year membership to FOA.
DCB 2185         R/F     10/17-18          8am-5pm       SRC      $675             DCB 2187           M/T       10/21-22          8am-5pm        SRC          $775

                      CORPORATE & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
     Let us create training and development solutions that are customized to meet your organizational needs. We offer a broad range of
     education and training tailored to your specific needs. We can provide on-site as well as off-site training solutions with flexible and
     convenient scheduling that can be designed to meet an occupational licensing or legal requirement.
        • Industrial Technology
       		Workplace Safety, Right-to-Know, Hazard Communication, Bloodborne Pathogens, Lockout/ Tagout, Confined Space, Personal Protective Equipment,
       		 Respiratory Equipment, CPR, First Aid, Ergonomics, Maintenance, Blue Print Reading, Math & Measure, Lean Manufacturing, and more.
        • Information Technology
       		Windows, Microsoft Office Applications, Web/Internet, Website Development, Web-based Marketing Planning, Software Development & Testing,
       		 Network Set-ups, and more.
        • Health Education
       		First Aid, CPR, Slips Trips and Falls, Back Injury Prevention, Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Courses & Exams, and more.
        • Management Education
       		Supervisory Training, Team-building, Human Resource Development, Position Descriptions, Performance Appraisals, Compensation Systems, Employee
        		 Handbooks, Policy and Procedure Manuals, Workplace Violence Awareness, Stress Management, Customer Service, Change Management, and more.
                                          To discuss options for customized training for your company contact either:
                            SUNY Ulster: Barbara Reer, Director, Advanced Technology Programs • 845-802-7188 or reerb@sunyulster.edu
                                    Ulster BOCES: Mary Grenz Jalloh, Director • 845-331-5050 or mjalloh@ulsterboces.org

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NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR
NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR CERTIFICATE
18 credits                                                                                                        IBM Community
This program answers a need in the local region from educational and
financial institutions as well as small business for people with the basic                                        College Skills
skills to effectively manage microcomputer networks. SUNY Ulster is
designated as a Regional Academy for Cisco Systems training and a
                                                                                                                  Accelerator
member of the Microsoft IT Academy program.
                                                                                                                  Program for
                                                                                                                  New Collar Jobs
NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS                                                          IBM has partnered with select community colleges including
Students are introduced to the architecture, structure, functions,               SUNY Ulster to build “new collar” skills for employment.
components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks
                                                                                 This program provides SUNY Ulster faculty and staff access
following Cisco Academy recommendations. Emphasis is given to the
use of decision making and problem solving techniques. This is the               to IBM technical resources and an educational pathway that
first course in the four semester CISCO Systems CCNA Exploration                 prepares students for “new collar” roles. IBM locally hires
program. Prerequisite: MAT 098. Corequisite: knowledge of modern                 apprentices for Hardware Design Technicians, Mainframe
PC operating system with office applications.                                    System Administrators, Electronics Engineer Lab Technicians,
NET 101-01      T/R    8/27-10/15      9am-12:30pm SRC
                                                                                 Software Engineers and Chemical Technicians. Graduates of
NET 101-52      T/R    8/27-10/15      5:30-9:15pm   SRC
No class 10/15 & 11/28
                                                                                 SUNY Ulster are able to apply for these apprentice positions at
                                                                                 https://careers.ibm.com/ListJobs/All/Search/jobtitle/
INTRO TO ROUTING & SWITCHING                                                     apprentice/new-collar-role/yes/
This course is the second course of the four semester Cisco Systems
CCNA preparation program. This track is a robust implementation
that follows the proven, world recognized Cisco Networking Academy
curriculum and incorporates significant online components, including                     RECRUIT SUNY Ulster’s
testing. It is designed for students seeking a technical degree in the
field of Computer Networking, and for the student seeking CCNA/                            TOP NOTCH Talent
CCNP certification. Prerequisite: NET 101
NET 102-29 T/R          10/16-12/6      9am-12:30pm SRC                                 WAYS TO RECRUIT SUNY ULSTER STUDENTS
NET 102-59 T/R          10/16-12/6      5:30-9:15pm      SRC                       SUNY Ulster would like to partner with you to explore, engage, and
No class 11/28                                                                     recruit our best talent. Services and resources we offer to benefit
                                                                                   and support your recruiting efforts.
COMPUTER MATHEMATICS                                                                • College Central Network - an online tool that allows local
This course is designed for students in the Network Administration                 		 employers to recruit SUNY Ulster students and graduate.
Program. Topics essential to solving problems associated with                      		 Register at collegecentral.com/sunyulster
computers and computer networks are covered. Prerequisites:                         • Keep a look-out for our spring career fair, an event that can
MAT 098, high school equivalent (see Guidelines for Mathematics                    		 provide a great opportunity to educate students and alumni
                                                                                   		 about your company and network with potential future employees.
Placement), or Entering Student Assessment at MAT 100 (or higher).
MAT 120-01 M           8/26-12/17        1:45-4:30pm SRC                            • Tabling is a great way to increase visibility and raise awareness about
                                                                                   		 opportunities with your organization.
No class 9/2 & 10/14 • class will be held T 10/15
                                                                                    • We will help arrange company visits. Company visits are designed to
OPERATING SYSTEMS & UTILITIES                                                      		 take a small and select group of students to your place of
Students will obtain a mastery of operating systems concepts and a                 		 business for a tour of the facility, to attend a presentation on career
                                                                                   		 opportunities, and to network with your employees.
foundation of the boot process in this broad background course. They
                                                                                               For more information, contact Career Services
will apply their skills to maintaining disks and files, and building and
                                                                                               845-802-7188 / careerservices@sunyulster.edu
maintaining shell scripts/batch programs. Examples of the role, scope,
and complexity of operating systems are provided. Effective use of
utility software is emphasized. The course is taught using MS Windows
and Redhat Linux software.
CIS 116-01      M/W 8/26-12/17            11:40am-1pm      SRC
No class 9/2 & 10/14 • class will be held T 10/15

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COMPUTER SCIENCE • WEB APPLICATION
DEVELOPER • COMPUTER GAME DESIGN &
MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPER
 COMPUTER SCIENCE I                                                               WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPER CREDENTIAL
 This course covers the fundamentals of computer problem solving                  This credential is designed to prepare students for a career in Web
 and programming. Topics includes: program development pro­          cess,        Application development. This 16-credit program is designed to fit within
 differences between the object-oriented, structured, and functional              SUNY Ulster’s Network A.S. Computer Science degree program. The
 programming methodologies, phases of language translation and error              program curriculum is made up of two courses in Computer Science and
 conditions associated with each phase, primitive data types, memory              two courses in Web Development.
 representation, variables, expres­   sions, assignment, fundamental
                                                                                  WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT I
 programming constructs, algorithms for solving simple problems,
                                                                                  This course explores the web development processes and tools used
 tracing execu­tion, subprograms/functions/methods, parameter passing,
                                                                                  to support the creation of websites and web applications. Students ex­
 secure coding techniques and professional behavior in response to
                                                                                  plore HTML, CSS and JavaScript and use them to create websites and
 ethical issues inherent in computing. The Java programming language is
                                                                                  web applications hosted by a web server. Web application development
 used. Corequisite: MAT 115 or equivalent or permission of the instructor.
                                                                                  frameworks will also be introduced. Through labs and projects students
 Instructor: J. Sheehan
                                                                                  create both static and dynamic web content in the context of producing
 CSC 150-01B       M/W/F      8/27-12/18     noon-12:55pm SRC
                                                                                  a professional quality web site. The course focuses on the underlying
 CSC 150-S01       ONLINE 8/27-12/18
                                                                                  tools of web development. Prerequisite: familiarity with text file editing
 No class 9/2, 10/14, 11/27 & 11/29 • class will be held T 10/15
                                                                                  as determined by the instructor. Instructor: J. Sheehan
 COMPUTER SCIENCE II                                                              CSC 131-01B       T/R 		      8/26-12/17 1:10-2:30pm SRC
 This course covers the fundamentals of algorithms and object oriented            CSC 131-S01       ONLINE      8/27-12/18
 software development. For a full course description refer to catalog at          No class 10/15 & 11/28
 catalog.sunyulster.edu. This course will be offered spring 2020.
                                                                                  WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT II
                                                                                  This course will be offered spring 2020.

                                                                                  MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPER CREDENTIAL
                                                                                  This credential is designed to prepare students for a career in
                                                                                  developing mobile applications for tablets and smartphones using
                                                                                  both the Android and Apple iOS Operating Systems. This 16-credit
 COMPUTER GAME DESIGN CREDENTIAL                                                  program is designed to fit within SUNY Ulster’s A.S. Computer Science
 This credential is designed to prepare students for a career in                  degree program. The program curriculum is made up of two courses in
 designing and developing computer games. This 16-credit program                  Computer Science and two courses in Mobile Application Development.
 is designed to fit within SUNY Ulster’s A.S. Computer Science degree
 program. The program curriculum is made up of two courses in                     ANDROID APP DEVELOPMENT
 Computer Science and two courses in Computer Game Design.                        This course prepares the student to be a pro­fessional Android software
                                                                                  developer. It is based on an app-driven ap­     proach. Mobile system
 COMPUTER GAME DESIGN I                                                           concepts specific to Android are presented in the context of complete
 This course is an introduction to the principles of computer game                working Android apps, rather than using sample code snippets. The
 development. This course will be offered spring 2020.                            student is expected to construct these applications and test them in
 COMPUTER GAME DESIGN II                                                          a simulated mobile device environment. Concepts and techniques
 This course expands on the fundamental computer game concepts                    introduced in this course include: fundamentals of the An­droid Studio
 and techniques introduced in CSC 220, Computer Game Design I.                    development environment, concepts and structure of the Android
 It advances use of the C# programming language to animate and                    application environment Graphical user interface conventions and
 handle interactions with the game environment, game elements and                 graphical concepts. Remote access to information using industry
 the players. Special emphasis will be given to ensuring good game                standard protocol, Access to relational data stored on the Android de­
 performance. Physical principles of mechanics and lighting will be               vice (via SQLite or equivalent) Animation and simple game develop­
 enlarged to include more natural movement, interaction among                     ment. Corequisite: CSC 180 or permission of the instructor.
 objects such as wind and lighting with shading and textures. Computer            CSC 210-01B      T/R		 8/26-12/17 2:40-4pm               SRC
 programming scripts will interact in advanced ways with objects                  CSC 210-S01      ONLINE 8/26-12/17
 composed of curves, and coverings such as clothed human actors in                No class 10/15 & 11/28
 the game. Prerequisite: CSC 220 or permission of the instructor.                 APPLE iOS DEVELOPMENT
 CSC 225-01B T/R          8/26-12/17 10:10-11:30am SRC                            such as the iPhone and iPad using Swift, a new programming language
 CSC 225-S01 ONLINE 8/26-12/17                                                    from Apple. For a full course description refer to catalog at catalog.
 No class 10/15 & 11/28                                                           sunyulster.edu. This course will be offered spring 2020.

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WEB DEVELOPMENT MINI BOOTCAMP
Each course in this mini bootcamp delivers real-world skills essential in website development. Courses can be taken separately
based on your previous experience, but no experience is necessary. Taken all together, these courses will provide a solid
foundation in website development and the holistic business perspective one needs to implement a truly effective online
business strategy, for your own project or for clients.
All our instructors are local, experienced professionals in the field of website development and technology, and are passionately
involved in growing the local tech community. The technology skills presented in these courses are current, relevant to today’s
job market, and based on industry best practices.

INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION                                                        WEB DEVELOPMENT INFO SESSIONS
ARCHITECTURE/WEBSITE PLANNING                                                      Learn about the options for web development training.
Not all websites are created equal. For your online business presence to           DCB 2167            W    8/21     6:30-7:30pm      KSU            FREE
yield maximum benefit to your business, all content on the site must be            DCB 2167            W    8/28     6:30-7:30pm      KSU            FREE
designed to communicate value to your ideal customer in an easy and                DCB 2167            W    9/4      6:30-7:30pm      KSU            FREE
natural way. In this course, students will learn how to define and plan their
website content for the optimal conversion to business goals. This course        INTRODUCTION TO JAVASCRIPT & JQUERY
covers: content blocks and flow, user journey, graphic branding, calls to        This course is designed for JavaScript novices who have little or no
action, online marketing strategy, mockups and wireframes.                       experience with the language. Students will learn the structure of
DCB 2170          R       9/5-26             6-9pm          KSU        $399      JavaScript variables, scope, control flow and functions. Students will
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT I                                                            create code that interacts with DOM and adds interactive behavior to a
WEBSITE CONSTRUCTION PRINCIPLES HTML5 & CSS                                      website. The course will discuss best practices and introduce jQuery – a
Students are provided with a hands-on introduction to the universal              widely used JavaScript library. Prerequisite: knowledge of HTML and CSS
architecture of the web. This course covers website construction with            or Website Development II.
HTML5 and CSS, file structure and hierarchy, design and usability concepts,      DCB 2173        R        Spring 2020       6-9pm         KSU      $399
accessibility-conscious coding, and website hosting and administration.          WEBSITE OPTIMIZATION FOR GOOGLE
Students will learn website development fundamentals hands-on by                 This course examines the interplay between clear business messaging
building a simple, professional-class website in class.                          and search engine optimization. Principles covered include: Niche Ser­
DCB 2171          M       9/23-10/28        6-9pm        KSU         $499        vice, Location, Speed, Proper Website Structure, Blogs, Target Keywords,
No class 10/14                                                                   Tags, Metadata, Google Analytics basics, Google Search Console basics,
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT II                                                           AdWords basics and Tips and Tricks.
                                                                                 DCB 2174         R       10/3-24         6-9pm          KSU        $399
MULTIPAGE WEBSITES, CSS STRATEGIES
Students will extend their knowledge of HTML5 & CSS in building multi
page websites. Students will explore CSS strategies for managing multi-            PRACTICAL APPROACH TO USER EXPERIENCE/
column layout, responsive design principles, and how to code a website             USER INTERFACE DESIGN
from a design mockup. The course will also cover CSS drop-down menus,              Learn the practical side of UX/UI design. UX/UI stands for User eXperience
tables, forms, and embedded media. Prerequisite: Website Development –             and User Interaction. User Interface design maximizes the value of the
Part I or equivalent knowledge (instructor-approved).                              software application for customers and for the business. It is imperative
DCB 2172          M      11/4-12/9        6-9pm         KSU      $499              that organizations and designers understand fundamentals. First, design
                                                                                   is more than the appearance, it’s the entire user experience. Second,
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT III                                                            moderated user research must be woven into the design process.
BUILDING BLOCKS OF DYNAMIC WEBSITES
                                                                                   Get introduced to User Centric Design and its application across different
Students will discover the power of dynamic website coding with an
                                                                                   work environments and industries. Understand how to approach web
introductory examination of PHP and MySQL. In this course, students will
                                                                                   and application design from the UX point of view. Explore the different
implement basic dynamic functions with PHP, and will hand-code a simple
                                                                                   areas of expertise in UX. Learn to identify design problems and work
PHP-MySQL application to produce a dynamically-generated blog page.
                                                                                   through the basic steps of the UX design process. Get hands-on
Students will examine similarities between their application and open
                                                                                   experience creating User Personas and practice how to use them in your
source Content Management Systems like WordPress, and use what they
                                                                                   design process.
learned to migrate an existing WordPress website. Prerequisite: Website
Development II or equivalent knowledge (instructor-approved).                      This course is geared towards graphic designers, web designers, web
Students must bring a laptop to class.                                             developers as well as entrepreneurs looking to build their portfolio.
DCB 2225-01     M       1/6-2/10        6-9pm          KSU        $499             Instructors: Y. Ovchinnikova & M. Reyf
No class 1/20                                                                      ART 273           T      8/27-12/17      3-6pm        SRC    $626
                                                                                   No class 10/15 • (credit-bearing course)
                                                                                   DCB 2296          T      8/27-12/17      3-6pm        SRC    $626
                                                                                   No class 10/15 • (non-credit bearing course)

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                                                                SUNY ULSTER
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