Transfer Agreement for Computer Information Systems

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Transfer College NYC College of Technology  
Transfer Major B.Tech., Computer Systems  
Address 300 Jay Street,Brooklyn New York 11201  
Additional Information

Minimum Cumulative GPA Required: 2.0

Associate's Degree Required: YES


Total Transfer Credits towards Degree: 60

Total Credits to Complete Bachelor of Technology Degree: 60-61




Requirements for students wishing to transfer to NYC College of Technology's Bachelor of Technology (BTECH) degree in Computer Systems under this agreement mustcomplete the following:

“C” or better in all required computer courses related to the degree requirements Computer Information Systems. (CIS)

If a grade is less than a “C” is earned in the course(s) which is /are equivalent to the required prerequisite courses for the BTECH track of choice, the student is required to repeat the required course(s) at City Tech and to earn a grade of “C” or better.


To earn a baccalaureate degree, admitted students must earn a minimum of 60 credits, of which 34 credits must be taken at City Tech.

Transfer Credits to

Transfer Credits - Computer Information Systems
Transfer Program - B.Tech., Computer Systems

transfer comparison table
QCC Course QCC Credits Partner Course Partner Credits
ELECTIVES: CIS 204 (BU 524) Web Design (RECOMMENDED ELECTIVE) 3.00 CST 2309 Web Programming 3.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: CIS 251 Analysis and design of Systems Projects 3.00 CST 2406 Introduction to Systems Analysis and Design 3.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: CIS 152 (BU 520)Computer Programming for Business I 3.00 CST1201 Programming Fundamentals 3.00
REQUIRED CORE 1A: ENGL 101 English Compostition I 3.00 ENG1101 English Compostition 1 3.00
REQUIRED CORE 1B: MA 114, MA 260 or MA 128 4.00 Mathematical & Quantitative Reasoning 3.00
REQUIRED CORE 1C: Life & Physical Science - Select one course from 1C 4.00 Life & Physical Sciences 3.00
FLEXIBLE CORE 2D: ECON 101 Macroeconomics or 102 Microeconomics 3.00 ECON 1101 Macroeconomics or ECON 1401 Microeconomics 3.00
FLEXIBLE CORE 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D or 2E: Social Science or History elective RECOMMENDED PSYCH 101 (SW) 3.00 PSY1101 (IS) (if PSYC 101 is taken at QCC) (WCGI, USED, IS, SW) 3.00
FLEXIBLE CORE 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D: Humanities Elective (select one course) 3.00 2A, 2B or 2C (WCGI, USED, CE) 3.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: BU 101 Principles of Accounting I 4.00 ACC 1101 Principles of Accounting 4.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: BU 201 Business Organization and Mangement 3.00 BUS 2245 Busines Management 3.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: BU 203 Principles of Statistics 3.00 Can be applied to free elective 3.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: CIS 101 (BU 500) Introduction to Computers and Applications 3.00 CST1100 Introduction to Computer Systems 3.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: CIS 201 Local Area Network Management 3.00 CST 2307 Networking Fundamentals 3.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: CIS 102 Computer Programming fundamentals for Business 3.00 CST 1101 Problem solving wirh Computer Programming 3.00
MAJOR REQUIRMENTS: CIS 153 (BU 532) Microcomputer Operating Systems & Utility Software 3.00 CST 1215 Operating Systems Fundamentals 3.00
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: CIS 208 (BU 508) Database Management Systems 3.00 CST 1204 Database Systems Fundamentals 3.00
REQUIRED CORE 1A: ENGL 102 English Compostition II 3.00 ENG 1121 English Compostion II 3.00
ELECTIVES: CIS 254 Data Security for Business (RECOMMENDED ELECTIVE) 3.00 CST 2410 Introduction to Computer Security 3.00
MAJOR ELECTIVES: Laboratory Science (select one from BI 132, 171: CH 102, 111, 121: ET 842 or PH 112 0.00 Laboratory Science 1.00
ELECTIVE 0.00 Free Elective 1.00
  60.00 Total   60.00 Total

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