AAS in Business Information Management
Linking Students with Successful Careers in Technology and Business
BIM programs cover a range of cutting-edge fields, such as:
Key Facts of BIM Programs
BIM programs are designed primarily for students planning immediate entry into the workforce and for those seeking to upgrade their skills or change career focus. Students seeking to continue their education after graduating from SUNY Broome should work closely with their advisor early and often to plan their transfer.
Four Tracks Available
This flexible program allows students to couple credits in any field with five Business Information Technology courses, and 4 courses in any business related field allowing them to update their technology skills and earn a degree quickly. This option is ideal for visual and performing artists who wish to market their talent online, teachers at all levels who want to enhance their instructional technology skills with the use of SMART technologies, tablets, apps and multimedia tools, or students interested in cutting edge fields such as social media management.
Desktop Publishing Emphasis
This program prepares graduates for employment in marketing firms, printing and publishing companies, publishing departments of larger corporations, and self-employment. Coursework includes electronic page layout, computer graphics, design and illustration, photography, and marketing.
Office Technologies Emphasis
As a graduate of this program, you will be prepared for a wide variety of business support positions. The most flexible of our degree options, Office Technologies includes coursework in software programs, communication skills, new technology, and further concentration in areas such as office administration, medical or legal support, or marketing.
Website Development and Management Emphasis
This program prepares graduates for employment in a variety of settings where individuals or teams create and maintain websites. Course work includes basic web design, computer skills, web authoring tools, and advanced techniques of web design.
Sandra K. Wright, Chair, Business Information Technology