* Advanced Manufacturing Technology - BS
The objectives of the Bachelor of Science degree in Advanced Manufacturing Technology are to develop in students:
- the knowledge and technical skills, including principles of science, mathematics and engineering, necessary to maintain automated equipment;
- the ability to research and develop new machines and products, and
- the ability to utilize productively the manufacturing processes and quality control measures found in industrial and highly technical environments.
Class projects focus on real-life practical applications students will encounter in industry helping them develop the applied skills to meet a constantly changing work place. The program also emphasizes the need for socially responsible solutions that are safe and reliable and which ensure a safe environment.
Part of the college's mission is to also help students develop a better understanding of humans and their relationship to the technical and design world around them. To support this goal, the Bachelor of Science Degree in Advanced Manufacturing Technology includes general education courses such as North American Geography, Human Ecology, Sociology, and American Government.
* Computer Graphic Design - BS
The primary objective of the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Graphic Design program is to further develop the student skills and qualifications needed in the industry. In addition to the knowledge developed in the Associate Degree Program, the student will enhance his/her creativity and broaden his/her skills in Advertising, Concepts of Ideas, Working with the Community and various other design specialties. Upon completion of this program the graduate will be able to utilize the following software in more creative ways: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, and Flash. The graduate will also be able to engage in copy writing, advertising and promotion, and design for the environment. Graduates will be prepared for careers in advertising, image creations, web design, commercial art and many other exciting and challenging areas. The Bachelor of Arts in Computer Graphic Design has been developed as a 2+2 program, combining an associate degree (phases 1 and 2) with phases 3 and 4 to earn the bachelor's degree. Students will be accepted into the bachelor's program upon completion of the LTI associate degree in Computer Graphic Design or upon provision of an official transcript from another institution as documentation that a potential student has done equivalent academic work.
* Computer Network Security and Forensics - BS
The primary objective of the Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Network Security and Forensics is to prepare students for security and forensics positions in the computer field through an understanding of defense and attack techniques and the ability to apply these techniques in the field. . This bachelor's degree component of the college's Computer Network Security and Forensics curriculum places increased focus on attack strategies and computer network vulnerability to those strategies. Areas of focus for student learning are tactical digital offense techniques, secure network analysis, digital forensics, penetration testing and project management. A graduate of this program will be prepared to work in a technical environment, detect vulnerabilities in computer networks, and test new software vulnerability to attack. Graduates will be prepared for employment as IT security consultants, computer forensic examiners, pen testers, IT security auditors, security managers, and network analysts/engineers, and many other technically challenging careers.
* Dynamic Web Development - BA
With a Bachelor’s of Arts in Dynamic Web Development our graduates of this program will be armed with in-depth knowledge of both web design and web programming. Graduates will expand upon the knowledge they learned in the Associate’s phase of the program and will be able to deploy web content using a variety of programming languages, utilize best practices to ensure web visibility and access, adapt to new and emerging trends in the web development field, and utilize the features of hardware and software to create, deploy, and maintain websites.
* Architectural Computer Aided Design Drafting - AAS
Earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Architectural Computer Aided Design Drafting. Using the latest software technology (AutoCAD, Revit and MicroStation), develop the drafting skills necessary for a position in a variety of Architectural drafting fields that include residential design, commercial building design, estimating, and site analysis. From aircraft to office buildings, and toys to cabinetry, drafters provide the visual guidelines for every product we buy.
* Computer Engineering Technology - AAS
With this Associate of Applied Science degree, you can solve a range of industrial or consumer problems and develop the skills to maintain, repair, and troubleshoot electrical, electronic and microprocessor equipment. Students will understand the principles of Electricity, understand a computer's architecture, be able to read schematic drawings and learn about sustainable energy products.
* Computer Graphic Design - AAS
This Associate of Applied Science degree will teach you the most effective ways to get your (or your client's) message across. Discover how to use your unique talents to create visual solutions to communications problems. Our Associate of Applied Science Degree program, Computer Graphic Design, won a prestigious award. The renowned American Technical Education Association (ATEA) has announced it's selection of Sullivan College of Technology and Design's Computer Graphic Design degree program as the winner of it's 2009 Outstanding Technical Program award. The purpose of the award is to recognize an outstanding technical program at a postsecondary technical education institution in the United States. Sullivan College of Technology and Design was recognized for it's state-of-the-art graphic design instruction as being both current and cutting edge. According to criteria set by the ATEA, the winning program must be both exemplary and contribute to the nation's workforce.
* Computer Network Administration - AOS
This Associate of Occupational Science degree provides an advanced understanding of microcomputer concepts with emphasis on the maintenance of a server-oriented network. Students will learn to build and support desktops, laptops, servers, and the associated network infrastructures for home and business communications. Classes incorporate intense hands-on training with both Windows and Linux operating systems and Cisco routers. Job readiness is complemented with the inclusion of testing for industry certifications in these areas.
* Computer Network Security / Forensics - AAS
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Network Security / Forensics is designed to strategically align students with the ability to build, maintain, secure and recover computer networks. The program builds on skills from the basics of computer and network support to more refined avenues of defending those objects from internal and external threats. Subject matter encompasses risk assessment, firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems, Virtual Private Networks, encryption, authentication, and forensic analysis of digital data. Opportunities for industry certifications are also included in this program.
* Dynamic Web Development - AAS
As you earn this Associate in Applied Science degree you'll learn to use a variety of rich media and scripting tools to create advanced web sites while learning wed design, web programming, web languages, page layouts and other web related areas. This program provides the student with a solid foundation in computer programming and will help them develop skills in console input and output, controlling flow, object-oriented programming and event handling. Programming languages such as MySQL, Java, .Net, PHP and others are taught.
* Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC-R) Technology - AAS
The objective of the HVAC-R Technology program is to develop the skills and understanding necessary to obtain entry-level employment in such fields as HVAC-R sales, service, installation; facilities operation and sustainability; or energy efficiency technical work or auditing. The curriculum focuses on basic operating principles of residential and commercial HVAC systems across the subsystems of cooling, heating, distribution, filtration and control. Emphasis will also be placed upon the skills and knowledge required to understand building automation systems and their efficient use of energy. Elements of the program may also be appropriate for experienced HVAC-R technicians who need additional training.
* Interior Design - AAS
With the Associate's of Applied Science Degree in Interior Design, graduates of the program will have the skills necessary to implement a design, provide cost estimates, prepare drawings and business documents, assist clients with the selection and arrangement of interior furnishings and materials, space planning, and working with contractors. The graduate will also have signifcant experience with Computer Aided Design and Drafting as well as technical knowledge in lighting, materials, codes and standards, estimating, and installation. Graduates will also have instruction in sales and business techniques critical to an Interior Designer's success.
* Mechanical Computer Aided Design Drafting - AAS
Become a mechanical drafter by earning an Associate of Applied Science degree.
* Mechanical Engineering Technology (Robotics) - AAS
With a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology, you'll learn to apply engineering knowledge and develop the skills to maintain, repair and troubleshoot automated equipment found in industrial and technology heavy environments. Graduates will understand the principles of electricity, be able to read schematic drawings and blueprints, will work and understand mutiple power systems (electric, fluid, hydraulic, pneumatic, etc), program Programmable Logic Controls, and work extensively with robotics.