Degree Transfer Agreement

Transfer Agreement for the Associate in Science Degree (AS) in Mathematics and Science

Transfer Major: Bachelor of Arts (BA) - Mathematics - Applied Mathematics

Transfer College: Queens College, CUNY


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Effective Date: Fall 2020

Scholarship Information

Total transfer credits granted towards the Bachelor's degree: 60

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

Admissions Requirements

  • Application Required: Yes
  • Degree Requirement: Completed Associate of Science degree (AS) in Mathematics and Science at QCC
  • Minimum CUM GPA: 2.0
  • Audition/Portfolio: Not applicable


  • Upon transfer, students must declare a major in Mathematics.
  • Math courses taken at QCC in which a D+ grade or lower was earned cannot be counted toward the mathematics major at Queens College.
  • When the receiving college awards transfer credit for either a block of courses or for an entire program rather than for individual courses, it may not be necessary to list individual course equivalencies.
  • It is the responsibility of the incoming transfer student to check the current requirements for the B.A. in Mathematics at Queens College. The student is required to follow the requirements in effect at the time of his or her entrance to Queens College even if they are different from what are found in this agreement.
  • Queens College requires 6-7 credits of additional Pathways classes as part of the College Option, which includes a literature and a language requirement, as well as two Writing Intensive (W) units, with a minimum of one in residency. Writing Units may overlap with other requirements. According to the specifics in this agreement, students will complete a minimum of 60 credits at each institution; however, students who transfer into Queens with more than 60 credits must complete at least 45 credits at Queens College to earn a Queens College degree.

General Education Requirements

General Education Requirements
Queensborough Community College Queens College, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
ENGL-101: English Composition I 3 ENGL 1110: College Writing I 3 3
ENGL-102: English Composition II 3 ENGL 130: Writing about Literature in English 3 3
MA-440: Pre Calculus** 4 MATH 122: Pre Calculus 4 4
Life & Physical Sciences: CHEM-151: General Chemistry I recommended 4-5 CHEN 113: General Chemistry I 4-5 4-5
Flexible Core 2A: Select one course 3 World Cultures & Global Issues 3 3
SP-211: Speech Communication required* 3 U.S. Experience in its Diversity 3 3
Flexible Core 2C: Select one course 3 Creative Expression 3 3
Flexible Core 2D: Select one course in History or Social Sciences 3 Individual & Society 3 3
Flexible Core 2E: CHEM-152: General Chemistry II recommended*** 4-5 CHEM 114: General Chemistry II 4-5 4-5
MA-441 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I*,** 4 MATH 151: Calculus/Differentiation and Integration 4 4
Subtotal 34-37 Subtotal 34-37

Requirements for the Major

Requirements for the Major
Queensborough Community College Queens College, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
MA-442: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II*** 4 MATH 152: Calculus/Integration and Infinite Series 4 4
MA-443: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III*** 4 MATH 201: Multivariable Calculus 4 4
MA-481: Probability and Statistics*** 3 MATH 241: Introduction to Probability and Introductory Statistics 3 3
BIOL-201: General Biology I*** 4 BIOL 105: General Biology: Physiology and Cell Biology 4 4
BIOL-202: General Biology II*** 4 BIOL 106: General Biology: LIfe-forms and Ecosystems 4 4
Subtotal 17-24 Subtotal 17-24

Additional Requirements for the Major

Additional Requirements for the Major
Queensborough Community College Queens College, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
HE-101: Introduction to Health Education OR HE-102: Health Behavior & Society 1-2 Elective Credit - 1-2
One credit in PE-100 or PE-500 series or DAN-100 series (one credit courses only) 1 Elective Credit - 1
MA-119: College Algebra (if required)** 3 Elective Credit - 3
MA-121: Trigonometry (if required)** 1 Elective Credit - 1
Subtotal 2-7 Subtotal 2-7

Total Credits Completed and Awarded

Total Credits Completed and Awarded
Queensborough Community College Queens College, CUNY
Total 60 Total 60

Additional Notes:

Active Articulation Agreement Notes: 
The following courses are required of Pure Math majors at Queens College:

  • The following courses are required of Pure Math majors at Queens College:  MATH 151: Calculus/Differentiation and Integration, MATH 152: Calculus/Integration and Infinite Series, MATH 201: Multivariable Calculus, MATH 202: Advanced Calculus, MATH 231: Linear Algebra I.
  • Additionally, Applied Math majors must select 6 elective mathematics courses and choose a track (more below).
  • Students at QCC will complete the equivalent of MATH 151 and 152 (MA-441 and 442).  They can also take MA-443 at QCC, which is the equivalent of MATH 201 at QC, and MA-461, which is the equivalent of MATH 231 at QC.
  • QCC also offers courses which would act as some of the 6 electives at QC.  They are:  MA-451 (which is equivalent to MATH 223 at QC), MA-471 (which is equivalent to MATH 220 at QC), MA-481 (which is equivalent to MATH 241 at QC).
  • *Students are required to take particular courses in some areas of the Common Core that fulfill both general education and major requirements at QCC.  If students do not take the required courses in the Common Core, they will have to take additional credits to complete their degree requirement.
  • **Students must complete MA-441 and all prerequisites for that course.
  • ***Students must complete two-course sequences in at least two different subject areas (Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics). For students following this agreement, one two-course sequence in Mathematics (MA-441/2) and one in Biology (BIOL-201/2) are recommended.


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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