The School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) offers programs that provide the skills needed for you to enter the workforce in a variety of high growth career fields, or transfer to a four-year program.
AA
Associate in Arts
AS
Associate in Science
AAS
Associate in Applied Science
AOS
Associate in Occupational Studies
Night
Can be completed in the evening
WiFi
Online options available*
Program Type Options
Administrative Information Management and Technology AAS Online
Advanced Manufacturing Technology AOS Evening
Architectural Technology AAS
Automotive Management AAS
Automotive Technical Services AOS
Automotive Technical Services-Autobody Repair AOS
Biological Sciences AS
Biotechnology AS
Biotechnology Certificate
Civil Engineering Technology AAS
Clean Energy Management AAS
Computer Aided Drafting Certificate
Computer Information Systems AAS OnlineEvening
Computer Information Systems AS OnlineEvening
Computer Information Systems Computer Science Track AS
Computer Information Systems Programming & Database Management Systems Track AAS
Computer Information Systems System & Network Administration Track AAS
Computer Information Systems Web Design & Programming Track AAS
Construction Certificate
Construction Technology - Building Construction AAS Evening
Electrical Construction and Maintenance AOS Evening
Electrical Engineering Technology-Electronics AAS
Electrical Technology: Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology AAS
Engineering Science AS
Environmental Science AS
Health Information Management and Technology AAS Online
Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services AOS
IT Help Desk Support Certificate OnlineEvening
Liberal Arts and Science - Mathematics and Science AS
Liberal Arts and Science - Mathematics and Science Honors Track AS
Mechanical Engineering Technology AAS
Mechatronics AAS
Overhead Electric Line Worker Certificate
Physical Sciences AS
Physical Sciences Chemistry Track AS
Physical Sciences Earth Science Track AS
Physical Sciences Physics Track AS
Semiconductor Technology Certificate
*Note About Online Programs

Some online courses have required on-campus labs and/or proctored exams. With careful planning and by speaking with an advisor, most of the degrees listed can be completed totally online. Courses also can be transferred from other institutions. However, at least 50 percent of the credits for your degree must be obtained at Hudson Valley Community College. In addition to the programs offered entirely online, a number of programs offer more than 50 percent of their courses online.

Get in Touch

Jonathan D. Ashdown
Interim Dean of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)

Brahan Hall, Room 211
(518) 629-7149
j.ashdown@hvcc.edu