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Greater Opportunities,
Fewer Obstacles
With a strong commitment to accessibility, affordability, and student support, FSC helps position our students for a very bright future.

    The Future is at Farmingdale State College. Right Now.

    Our newest bachelor degree programs focus on emerging, high-demand careers in exciting fields like nutrition, big data, human/computer interaction, digital security, and spatial structure analysis. Find the right opportunity for you to work in business, technology, science, or design.

    New
    Artificial Intelligence Management

    Artificial Intelligence Management

    AI Management builds a foundation of both managerial and technical skills by combining business and computer science. This online program is designed to equip students with machine learning, algorithms, statistical reasoning, and ethics, within functional areas of business such as marketing, finance, operations, supply chain management, and project management.

    Computer Science

    Computer Science

    Computer Science is a discipline that studies computer architecture, software design, algorithms, information processing, computer applications and systems, and the mathematical foundations of computing. Analyze, design, and build complex software components, software design, and algorithms to solve industry-informed relevant problems.

    Business Analytics

    Business Analytics

    Data is increasingly fundamental and indispensable to organizational decision-making in a competitive environment. And making data-informed strategies is predicted to be the driving force of progress and success in many key industries. This program prepares students for jobs that require skills in data analysis, visualization, and presentation.

    Computer Security Technology

    Computer Security Technology

    Never has computer security been so essential to personal safety, business integrity, and national security. Learning to combat security issues and challenges in the digital environment through new technologies will be a valued skill in tomorrow's global world.

    Geographic Information Systems

    Geographic Information Systems

    Advances in global positioning are resulting in many uses and applications for geographic data. Manipulating, analyzing, assessing, and visualizing this data can solve problems like natural resource management, ocean phenomena, and hazard response—and even help address and prevent natural disasters.

    Interaction Design

    Interaction Design

    Ever wonder why products, appliances, and interfaces are designed a certain way? Interaction Design—the first program of its kind in SUNY— will show you how to use hands-on, creative thinking, innovation, and gameplay to incorporate user-friendly design elements into everyday use.

    Applied Gerontology

    Applied Gerontology

    With an aging U.S. population, care for the elderly has never been more in demand or more critical to society and individual families. The Applied Gerontology major equips students with the many skills needed to provide a consistent level of care with accepted healthcare standards.

    Civil Engineering Technology

    Civil Engineering Technology

    The Civil Engineering Technology program produces graduates with highly sought technical skills and knowledge to prepare the workforce to fulfill the building needs of regional businesses. Students will learn how to use cutting-edge technology, conduct studies, analyze data, design systems, and many other functions related to the discipline.

    Criminal Justice: Police, Courts, and Corrections

    Criminal Justice: Police, Courts, and Corrections

    Criminal Justice: Police Courts and Corrections incorporates analysis, tactical planning, and theory into an understanding of the correlates of crime and delinquency and potential solutions.

    Nutrition Science

    Nutrition Science

    Nutrition, healthy choices, and dietary lifestyle change all impact the way we think about food consumption and food preparation. Students will learn to examine complex relationships in the exploding field of human nutrition and food technology and what's ahead in the study of nutrition research, public health, and food chemistry.

    Health Promotion and Wellness

    Health Promotion and Wellness

    The desire for healthier living and a well-rounded lifestyle has created a booming wellness industry nationwide. Learn about this growing field, which uses principles from nutrition, exercise, behavior modification, weight management, science, and medicine to help people experience improved and more satisfying lives.

    Farmingdale State College

    With an affordable SUNY tuition and strong commitment to accessibility, affordability, and student support, Farmingdale State College offers a carefully curated engaging student experience, a highly inclusive campus, and a unique program mix that positions students for a very bright future.

    What's Happening @ FSC

    Go Rams!

    The FSC Rams compete in the Skyline Conference for the NCAA Division III. With first-rate facilities and winning athletes, you can experience the energy at any game while cheering on your fellow Rams. Rams Website

    Faces of Farmingdale

    Dr. Tracy Callender
    Faculty
    Biology
    Biology Assistant Professor Dr. Tracy Callender helps draw minority students into research and supports graduate and postgraduate students interested in academic careers.
    Photo of Arthur Corwin
    Alumni
    Construction Engineering Technology
    Class of 1976
    An unflattering review of Arthur Corwin's '76, drawing skills led him to drop plans to be an architect and major in Construction Technology. The decision led to a lucrative career in civil engineering.
    Photo for profile of Oniel Cross
    Alumni
    Computer Security
    Class of 2004
    Oniel Cross '04, came to FSC looking for a great education and the chance for a great job. He got both, and now works as a principal in Deloitte’s public sector technology practice, and wants to make FSC a feeder school for the high-profile company.
    Asse Diallo
    Student
    Science, Technology, & Society
    Class of 2023
    Asse Diallo, '23, has been building community and encouraging advocacy since arriving at FSC two years ago. She encourages student activism through the FSC NAACP chapter.
    James Durant
    Alumni
    Aviation
    Class of 1968
    James Durant ’68, credits FSC with building his skills and confidence to succeed in the aviation industry. Now he is mentoring and supporting young people.
    profile photo of Daniela Figueroa
    Student
    Applied Psychology
    Class of 2024
    Applied Psychology major Daniela Figueroa,’24, already boasts a packed resume and is always looking for new ways to contribute to the College and her community.
    Marco Iorio profile photo
    Student
    Electrical Engineering Technology
    Class of 2024
    Anyone wondering about the benefits of internships can reach out to Marco Iorio, ‘24. Not only has the electrical engineering technology major had three, each helped him cultivate different skills. After earning a PhD, he plans to enter the industry.
    Profile photo of Joanne Johnson
    Student
    Architectural Engineering Technology
    Class of 2024
    Opportunities for practical experience on and off campus (including Habitat for Humanity) and connections with professors have made FSC an ideal place to prepare for an architectural engineering technology career, said Joanne Johnson, ’24.
    Photo of Brian Kelly
    Faculty
    Center for Criminal Justice Studies
    Assistant Professor
    Dr. Brian Kelly uses body cameras in his Criminal Justice Studies' classes to give students experience using current law enforcement equipment.
    Photo of Rushi Kota
    Alumni
    Automotive Engineering Technology
    Class of 2009
    Actor Rushi Kota came to Farmingdale with one plan and left with new insights and ambitions. He credits FSC with giving him a range of experiences and opportunities that have contributed to his development as an actor.
    Profile photo of Eugene Kwak
    Faculty
    Architecture & Construction Management
    Assistant Professor
    After Eugene Kwak began researching food systems, regional food access, and the loss of farmers, he decided to dig in with his project to encourage farming and make it more sustainable.
    Photo of Martin Lewison
    Faculty
    Business Management
    Associate Professor
    When not in the classroom, much of Martin Lewison's time is spent at amusement parks and indulging his passion, which is roller coasters. He his ridden more than 1,800 worldwide.
    Profile photo of Khadeeja Maqsood
    Student
    Applied Economics, Business Management
    Class of 2023
    An internship last year with the New York State Assembly introduced Applied Economics major Khadeeja Maqsood '23 to the world of politics and gave her new career options to consider. The talented student has many opportunities open to her.
    Profile photo of Sydney McCrea
    Student
    Medical Laboratory Science
    Class of 2023
    Learning and working in a professional-level laboratory setting with industry-experienced instructors has assured Sydney McCrea,’23, that FSC has what it takes to prepare her for a certification test and a career in medical laboratory science.
    Photo for profile of Genevieve Paraszczuk
    Student
    Law Enforcement Technology, Sport Management, Chemistry
    Class of 2025
    Why have one major when you can have two-and-a-half? Genevieve Paraszczuk,’25, plans to use her unusual degree combination of Sport Management, Law Enforcement Technology, and a Chemistry minor to study forensics after graduating from FSC.
    Photo of Aidan Reilly
    Alumni
    Professional Communications
    Class of 2018
    Aidan Reilly always saw himself working at Disney--and now he is. He has tried several different roles with the company so far and is grateful for his experience as a Rambassador.
    Photo of Amanda Reily
    Alumni
    Visual Communications
    Class of 2013
    Amanda Reilly, known sometimes for bold and bizarre artwork, credits her Visual Communications professors with helping to shape her career as a designer and an illustrator.
    Profile photo Javiera Saba
    Student
    Civil Engineering Technology
    Class of 2023
    Born into a family with engineering leanings, Javiera Saba, ‘23, felt the pull and when she earns a degree in civil engineering technology, she will be the first female engineer in her family. She is looking forward to working in transportation.
    Photo of Kenia Sanchez
    Student
    Science, Technology, & Society
    Class of 2025
    Kenia Sanchez plans to be a doctor, and will use the experience from her internship with the Long Island Library Resources Council to help on her journey.
    Profile photo of Orla Smyth LoPiccolo
    Faculty
    Architecture and Construction Management
    Professor
    Architecture Professor Orla Smyth LoPiccolo scours Long Island every year for public and non-profits' buildings in need of renovations, and assigns her students to draw up blueprints for improvements.
    Profile photo of Tunisia Solomon
    Alumni
    Applied Mathematics
    Class of 2018
    The flying bug hit Tunisia Solomon hard while she was at FSC, and she has had two missions since: to get her pilot's license and encourage other women and minorities to pursue aviation.
    Photo of Carol Sung
    Student
    Interaction Design
    Class of 2023
    Having amassed work experience and numerous awards, Carol Sung is eager to apply her Interaction Design skills to new challenges in the industry.
    Profile photo of Rena Varghese
    Staff
    Nexus Center for Applied Learning & Career Development
    Executive Director
    The Nexus Center's Rena Varghese, Esq., originally saw her career unfolding in a law office, not on a college campus. But she has found her niche helping students, especially first-generation ones, set a career path.
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