Degree Transfer Agreement

Transfer Agreement for the Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) in Architectural Technology

Transfer Major: Bachelor of Technology (BTech) - Architectural Technology

Transfer College: NYC College of Technology, CUNY

 

Office of Admissions

300 Jay Street
Namm Hall, NG-17
Brooklyn, NY 11201

(718) 260-5500


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Effective Date: Fall 2014

Scholarship Information


Total transfer credits granted towards the Bachelor's degree: 59

Total additional credits needed at this senior college for the Bachelor's degree: 64

Admissions Requirements

  • Application Required: Yes
  • Degree Requirement: Completed Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) in Architectural Technology at QCC
  • Minimum CUM GPA: 2.0
  • Audition/Portfolio: Not applicable

Notes:

  • Portfolio of Architectural related drawing and design work is required.
  • Transfer students are initially accepted into the BTech degree and must apply for admission into the B'Arch degree per the programmatic process described in the college catalogue.
  • Total additional credits required to complete B-Tech degree at New York City College of Technology is 64.

General Education Requirements

General Education Requirements
Queensborough Community College NYC College of Technology, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
ENGL-101: English Composition I 3 ENG 1101: English Composition I 3 3
ENGL-102: English Composition II 3 ENG 1121: English Composition II 3 3
MA-114: College Algebra & Trigonometry for Technical Students* 4 MAT 1275: College Algebra & Trigonometry 4 4
PH-201: General Physics I* 4 PHYS 1433: General Physics I 4 4
Flexible Core: History or Social Science: (2 courses) 6 Flexible Core 6 6
Subtotal 20 Subtotal 20

Requirements for the Major

Requirements for the Major
Queensborough Community College NYC College of Technology, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
TECH-100: Introduction to Engineering & Technology AND ARCH-125: Surveying & Site Planning 1+3 ARCH 1101: Introduction to Architecture and ARCH 1250: Site Planning 2+2 4
ARCH-111: Architectural Design I AND ARCH-119: Visualization I 3+2 ARCH 1112: Architectural Design I: (Design Foundations I and Visual Studies I) 5 5
ARCH-113: Building Technology I 3 ARCH 1231: Building Technology I 3 3
ARCH-121: Architectural Design II AND ARCH-129: Visualization II AND ARCH-231: Architectural Design III 4+2+4 ARCH 1212: Architectural Design II (Design Foundations II & Visual Studies II) AND ARCH 2312: Architectural Design III 5+5 10
ARCH-123: Building Technology II 3 ARCH 2331: Building Technology II 3 3
ARCH-237: Environmental Systems 3 ARCH 3670: Building Systems 3 3
ARCH-241: Advanced Architectural Modeling 3 ARCH 4709: Advanced 3D Modeling & Rendering (Architectural Elective) 3 3
ARCH-248: Structures I 3 ARCH 2481: Structures II 3 3
MT-341: Applied Mechanics 3 ARCH 2381: Structures I 2 2
MT-345: Strengths of Materials 3 ARCH 3631: Advanced Material Workshop (Architectural Elective) 3 3
Subtotal 40 Subtotal 59

Total Credits Completed and Awarded

Total Credits Completed and Awarded
Queensborough Community College NYC College of Technology, CUNY
Total 60 Total 59

Additional Notes:


Active Articulation Agreement Notes:

  • *Students may substitute MA-440 or MA-441 for MA-114.  Students planning to pursue a BS Arch/M Arch or B. Arch should take PH-201 and MA-441.


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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