Degree Transfer Agreement

Transfer Agreement for the Associate in Science Degree (AS) in Physics

Transfer Major: Bachelor of Science (BS) - Applied Computational Physics

Transfer College: NYC College of Technology, CUNY

 

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Effective Date: Fall 2021

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 Physics at QCC
  • Minimum CUM GPA: 2.5
  • Audition/Portfolio: Not applicable

Notes:

  • To take advantage of this articulation agreement, students must complete the A.S. in Physics degree at Queensborough Community College and be accepted for admission to New York City College of Technology.
  • Upon transfer to New York City College of Technology, students must declare a major in applied computational physics.

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 ENGL 1121: English Composition II 3 3
Required Core 1B: MA-440: Pre-Calculus Mathematics*,**119: College Algebra (See Math note below) 4 MAT 1375: Precalculus - MQR 4 4
Required Core 1C: PH-421: General Calculus Physics A 5 PHYS 1441: General Physics I: Calculus Based 5 5
Flexible Core 2A: Select one course in 2A 3 World Cultures & Global Issues 3 3
Flexible Core 2B: Select one course in 2B 3 U.S. Experience in its Diversity 3 3
Flexible Core 2C: Select one course in 2C 3 Creative Expression 3 3
Flexible Core 2D: Select one course in 2D 3 Individual & Society 3 3
Flexible Core 2E: PH-422: General Calculus Physics B 5 PHYS 1442: General Physics II: Calculus Based 5 5
Additional Flex Core Course: MA-441: Analytical Geometry and Calculus I*,** 4 MAT 1475: Calculus I 4 4
Subtotal 36 Subtotal 36

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
MA-442: Analytical Geometry and Calculus II 4 MAT 1575: Calculus II 4 4
MA-443: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 4 MAT 2675: Calculus III 4 4
PH-160: Physics Colloquium 1 Elective 1 1
PH-440: Modern Physics 4 PHYS 2443: Modern Physics 4 4
PE-400, PE-500 or DAN-100 series 1 Elective 1 1
Subtotal 14 Subtotal 14

Electives

Electives
Queensborough Community College NYC College of Technology, CUNY
Course Number & Title Credits Course Number & Title Credits Credits Awarded
Take 10 credits from the following list: CH-151, CH-152, CS-101 (Recommended), MA-119 and MA-121*, MA-461 (Recommended), PH-240, PH-414, PH-415, PH-416, PH-450, PH-451, PH-501 or PH-900. 10 See Notes Below 10 10
Subtotal 60 Subtotal 60

Total Credits Completed and Awarded

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

Additional Notes:


Active Articulation Agreement Notes:

  • *Depending on their math placement, students may be required to complete MA-119 and/or MA-121(both with or better) prior to MA-440.  When required by math placement, MA-119 and MA-121 will count as major electives.
  • **Students who place into mathematics at MA-441 will use that course to satisfy Required Core 1B, use MA-442 in the Flexible Core, and take an additional 4 credits of major elective courses to reach 60 credits.
  • Notes:
  • CH-151 transfers to New York City College of Technology as CHEM 1110.
  • CH-152 transfers to New York City College of Technology as CHEM 1210.
  • CS-101 transfers to New York City College of Technology as CST 1101.
  • MA-119/MA-121 transfers to New York City College of Technology as MAT 1275.
  • MA-451 transfers to New York City College of Technology as MAT 2680.
  • MA-461 transfers to New York City College of Technology as MAT 2580.
  • PH-240 transfers to New York City College of Technology as Elective Credit.
  • PH-414 transfers to New York City College of Technology as PHYS 3100.
  • PH-415 transfers to New York City College of Technology as PHYS 3200.
  • PH-416 transfers to New York City College of Technology as Elective Credit.
  • PH-450 transfers to New York City College of Technology as PHYS 2601.
  • PH-451 transfers to New York City College of Technology as Elective Credit.
  • PH-501 transfers to New York City College of Technology as Elective Credit.
  • PH-900 transfers to New York City College of Technology as Elective Credit.

 


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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