Areas of Study
Get a head start on your program path and take classes that you can apply toward your area of study when you enroll at the Geneva Campus Center. At this center, you'll experience flexible course options, small class sizes, and the academic support you need to achieve success in your classes.
Degree & Certificate Options
General Education, Electives and Liberal Arts Courses
At the Geneva Campus Center, you'll explore courses in a variety of subject areas, some of which can be applied to many degree and certificate programs. A variety of courses is also offered online to you through Open SUNY.
Program Specific Courses
This center provides you opportunities to take courses in a variety of programs including Business Administration, Chemical Dependency Counseling, Criminal Justice, Human Services, and Viticulture and Wine Technology.
Pursue your interest of working in emergency medical services when you enroll in FLCC's EMT-Paramedic program. Classes for this program are housed at the Geneva Campus Center. Get more information on the EMT-Paramedic program.
Partnerships for Health Care Programs
The Geneva Campus Center shares a partnership with Marion S. Whelan School of Practical Nursing and Geneva General Hospital. Marion S. Whelan offers a hospital-based licensed practical nursing program, and Geneva General has programs available for registered nursing and surgical technology. Both organizations use the Geneva Campus Center to host classes for these degree and certificate areas.
Join one of the fastest growing professions in the health care industry when you enter FLCC's Certified Nurse's Assistant non-credit program. This program, which is offered at this facility, includes clinical and classroom instruction in patient care, and prepares you for the Nurse Assistant certification. Learn more about the Certified Nurse's Assistant non-credit program.
Human Services Bachelor's Degree
Begin earning your bachelor’s in Human Services from Cazenovia College at the Geneva Campus Center. FLCC shares a partnership with Cazenovia, which allows you to pursue upper-level courses for this degree in the convenience of this center. Graduates from FLCC's Chemical Dependency Counseling and Human Services programs will be prepared to enter this program.
Find the courses you need to take that will lead you to completing your studies at FLCC. For course availability at this center, refer to the Geneva course schedule.