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Phone: (315) 684-6046
Fax: (315) 684-6427
Whipple Administration Building

What are your plans after college and/or your career goals?

"I’m going to work at the Department of Information Technology as a mobile developer and further my career in Information Technology. My career goal is to become a database administrator. Morrisville definitely gave me the tools to go for that goal and to succeed."

School of Science, Technology and Health Studies

Dean: Joseph H. Bularzik
Phone: (315) 684-6079

Information Technology: Application Software Development B.Tech.


Application software developers build information systems to support an organization's day-to-day operations and strategic decision-making. Building application software requires working with the business users to gather and analyze requirements, design the system, write programs, and implement and maintain the application.

At Morrisville State College, students are provided with the skills they need to land one of these high-paying, high-tech jobs. Students learn how to write computer programs using software languages such as Visual Basic and Java. You will learn database development and design, systems analysis and design, microcomputer techniques, and networking and communication concepts. The IT curriculum is constantly evolving to keep pace with the changing needs of industry.

As the role of technology continues to expand, application software development will continue to be a key success factor for all organizations, and there continues to be a high demand for application software developers.

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Stephen R. Klingaman
Chairperson - Computer & Information Technologies Department
(315) 684-6235
Charlton Hall, Room 142

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Admissions Requirements

New students: SAT: Math 500, Verbal 450.

Transfers: 3 units of Regents math (or equivalent college math), demonstration of basic computer literacy, GPA of 2.5 or better.

Morrisville State College has a rolling admission policy; notification of acceptance begins November 1. SAT or ACT exams are recommended, and an on–campus interview is encouraged.