Turn your creativity into a career
Onondaga's Associate's degree in Art hones students’ creative talents and develops their potential to become imaginative thinkers and visual communicators.
Lights, camera, action!
A solid foundation in the study of digital media, audio production, or video production, leading to a successful career in broadcast media communications.
An advisory board of commercial and educational…
Your career in business starts here
The Business Administration program provides graduates with a solid foundation in business and a clear understanding of how to successfully apply their learning toward a four-year degree.
Learn how technology can work for you
The A.A.S. degree in Business Technology can help you launch your career, and equip you with the tools to increase your marketability to potential employers and clients.
Protect your community
Onondaga’s Criminal Justice program develops students’ abilities to pursue a career in law enforcement and its related fields.
Helping othersLearn advocacy skills and how to assist others with this compassionate, human services-based program.
Start your career in the hospitality industry
This associate's degree program provides excellent preparation for a career in Food Service Management, Restaurant Management, Hotel Management, or Culinary Management.
Learn how to make a difference
Onondaga’s Human Services program prepares students for a rewarding career in social work, counseling, or case management.
Take the first step
Onondaga’s A.A. degree in General Studies provides the broad background of learning that most four-year colleges require.
Turn your love of music into a career
Studying music at Onondaga is a great way to start your career in a variety of musical avenues, including performance, education, music industry and music therapy.
Transform your love of music into an impressive production career.Elevate your passion by learning the process of sound recording from start to finish. You'll master the technical foundations, music theory, and studio etiquette before transferring your credits to one…