Turn your love for tools into a career
The Advanced Manufacturing – Machining certificate qualifies graduates to work as machinists, apprentices, machine operators, or tool grinders.
Build your future
If you want to get started in construction, an A.A.S. in Building Trades is a great way to start. And, if you're already working in the industry, your apprentice or journeyman status could be worth up to 30 credits toward your…
Pursue your eye for design
Onondaga’s Architectural Department is highly regarded in the Central New York architectural community for its ability to instill skills that employers value most. Graduates of the Architectural Technology program…
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.
Turn your passion for cars into a career
An A.A.S. degree from Onondaga can jump start your career in the automotive industry.
Start your career with vehicles hereWe focus on modern vehicle repair and maintenance with this stackable certificate.
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…
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.
The first face in healthcare5 Weeks | $32,592 Median Salary
You're the first person patients see. Learn to provide comforting, strategic care.
Turn your passion for technology into a career
An A.A.S. degree in Computer Information Systems can help launch your career as a programmer, website manager, or tech support specialist.
Helping othersLearn advocacy skills and how to assist others with this compassionate, human services-based program.
Make a difference in a child's life
Learn how to work with children from birth through age eight and advance their development.