Dual/Joint Degree Transfer Agreement

Dual/Joint Degree Agreement for the Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Nursing - Dual/Joint with Hunter

Transfer Major: Bachelor of Science (BS) - Nursing

Transfer College: Hunter College, CUNY

 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 

695 Park Avenue - Room 100N
New York, NY 10065

(212) 772-4490


Transfer to College Website


Effective Date: Spring 2018

Scholarship Information


Total transfer credits granted towards the Bachelor's degree: 65

Total additional credits needed at this senior college for the Bachelor's degree: Maximum 60

Admissions Requirements

  • Application Required: Yes
  • Degree Requirement: Completed Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) in Nursing at QCC
  • Minimum CUM GPA: 2.75
  • Audition/Portfolio: Not applicable

Notes:

  • Queensborough Community College Nursing Clinical students in NU-101, Safe and Effective Care of Client Level I, may apply for the Dual/Joint Degree Program in Nursing with Hunter College.  Admission to the program is extremely competitive and will be based on the student's GPA and overall academic work.  While enrolled in NU-101 students should plan to attend the BSN Workshop and speak to their faculty person for additional information regarding the application process for this Dual/Joint Degree Program.
  • A student must receive a faculty recommendation indicating a strong clinical performance in NU-101.  
  • In addition to the courses required for the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, students will be encouraged to complete additional liberal arts, science, and humanities courses that can be applied to the BS degree. 
  • Prerequisites require a minimum grade of "C" or its equivalent and may not be taken on a Credit/No Credit basis.
  • An advisor will guide students in the selection of these courses to maximize courses that meet the CUNY Pathways/Hunter Core Requirement as well as other degree requirements for Hunter College and Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, thereby avoiding potential repetition of requirements.
  • QCC nursing students who are not a part of the Dual/Joint RN to BS Degree Program must receive a "B" or better grade in NU-204 to waive the course at HBSON and in lieu will take NURS 343.
  • Anatomy and Physiology I and II must be taken at the same institution.
  • Minimum credits earned at QCC accepted by Hunter College:  65.
  • Maximum credits earned at QCC accepted by Hunter College:  77.5.
  • Total credits required for the AAS/BS Dual/Joint Degree:  120.
  • The School of Nursing is located on the Brookdale Campus at East 25th Street and First Avenue adjacent to the VA Hospital, Bellevue Hospital and NYU Medical Center.
  • Students must submit proof of graduation from the QCC Nursing program prior to beginning coursework. The licensing exam (NCLEX-RN) must be completed and proof of passing the exam must be submitted to the School of Nursing by the end of the first semester or a student will be unable to progress in the program.
  • Due to a federal restriction against issuing F-1 student visas for international students in online programs, students applying to this program must provide documentation of one of the following categories:  (1) U.S. Citizenship, (2) Permanent Residency or (3) Granted asylum, refugee status, temporary protected status, withholding of removal, deferred enforced departure, or deferred action status by the U.S. Government.

General Education Requirements

General Education Requirements
Queensborough Community College Hunter College, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
ENGL-101: English Composition I 3 ENGL 12000: Expository Writing 3 3
ENGL-102: English Composition II 3 ENGL 22000: Introduction to Writing about Literature 3 3
MA-119: College Algebra or MA-336: Statistics* 3 See notes below 3 3
BI-301: Anatomy & Physiology I 4 MLS 31200: Human Physiology: Integration and Control 3 4
PSYC-101: Psychology 3 PSYCH 10000: Introduction to Psychology 3 3
PSYC-220: Human Growth & Development 3 PSYCH 15000: Human Development 3 3
Liberal Arts Elective: Choose from 2A, 2B, 2C or 2D 3 Liberal Arts Elective 3 3
Subtotal 22 Subtotal 22

Requirements for the Major

Requirements for the Major
Queensborough Community College Hunter College, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
NU-101: Safe & Effective Nursing Care Level I 6.5 ELECT 1: Nursing 6.5 6.5
NU-102: Safe & Effective Nursing Care Level II 8.5 ELECT 111NL: Elective Undergraduate: Non-Liberal Arts 8.5 8.5
NU-201: Safe & Effective Nursing Care Level III** 8.5 ELECT 111NL: Elective Undergraduate: Non-Liberal Arts 8.5 8.5
NU-202: Safe & Effective Nursing Care Level IV 8.5 ELECT M1111: Elective--Major 8.5 8.5
NU-204: Nursing & Societal Forces** 3 NURS 37900: Nursing & Societal Forces in the Health Care Delivery System** 3 3
Subtotal 35 Subtotal 35

Additional Requirements for the Major

Additional Requirements for the Major
Queensborough Community College Hunter College, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
BI-302: Anatomy & Physiology II 4 BIOL 12200: Anatomy & Physiology II* 4.5 4
BI-311: Microbiology 4 BIOL 23000: Fundamentals of Microbiology 4 4
Subtotal 8 Subtotal 8

Total Credits Completed and Awarded

Total Credits Completed and Awarded
Queensborough Community College Hunter College, CUNY
Total 65 Total 65

Additional Notes:


Active Articulation Agreement Notes:

  • *Students who are exempt from or placed out of MA-119:College Algebra are required to take MA-336: Statistics. MA-119 transfers to Hunter College as MATH 10100.  MA-336 transfers to Hunter College as STAT 11300.
  • **NU-201 and NU-204 are writing intensive classes and meet the requirement for graduation.


DISCLAIMER: The final responsibility for successful transfer rests with the student. The information posted on this website is designed to assist students in obtaining the most accurate transfer-related information possible. However, this information is subject to change without notice, which may subsequently impact admission to a transfer college or university.

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