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Mark Bloxsom, PhD, Chair & Associate Professor
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IACBE logo AccreditedThe department offers 10 programs for students desiring immediate employment, wishing to pursue a four-year degree, or looking to continue on with graduate studies. Courses during the first year in virtually all business programs are almost identical. This core block of courses enables students, during freshman year, to easily transfer from one business program to another with no loss of academic credit. Students may enter the programs in either the fall or spring semesters. 

Technical accounting knowledge, communication and interpersonal skills, and career-related computer literacy are stressed throughout the programs. Many associate degree graduates go on to pursue bachelor’s degrees in business or business education, while graduates of the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programs often go on to pursue master's degrees. Students completing virtually any Business Department two-year degree may easily transfer into one of our own bachelor's degree programs. Students in technology management, financial planning, or sport management (BBA) programs also have the advantage of participating in a semester-long, 12-credit internship during their last semester.

The Business Department at SUNY College of Technology at Alfred has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, KS, USA.  

See a list of accredited programs.

Hands-on experience pays off for graduates entering the working world. Read testimonials from some of our business department alumni.


Our faculty employ their real-world experiences to lead, motivate, and empower students to succeed in all aspects of business and life, and to positively impact their communities, as well as their respective disciplines.


  • High-tech classrooms – These settings are equipped with up-to-date electronic equipment. Computer technology has been integrated into course content.
  • Court and realtime reporting laboratory – This lab is equipped with computer-aided translation equipment at every student work station. All students receive hands-on instruction using computer-aided translation (CAT) equipment. This real-time translation skill enables the graduate to take advantage of closed-captioning employment opportunities.

IACBE Public Disclosure of Student Achievement (pdf)


Accounting (AAS)
Business Administration (AS)
Business Administration (BBA)
Court and Realtime Reporting (AAS)
Court Reporting and Captioning (Certificate)
Financial Planning (BBA)
Marketing (AAS)
Sport Management (AS)
Sport Management (BBA)
Technology Management (BBA)