Three Repeat Policy, Department of Biological Sciences and Geology, Queensborough Community College (effective Spring 2020)
Queensborough Community College students enrolling in any Biology course offered by the Department of Biological Sciences and Geology (effective Spring 2020) will be limited to a maximum of three registrations for any single course. The three-registration limit is regardless of the grade the student has achieved during any of their attempts including F, WU, and FIN. Students who wish to take any course for a fourth time are able to appeal this registration restriction with the Department's curriculum committee and an exception may be granted provided they have a valid documented reason including family or medical leave or financial hardship. This policy does not apply to students enrolled in any Biology courses prior to Spring 2020.
Graduates of the Associate in Science degree program in Environmental Science are prepared for transfer to a four-year college to complete a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree that is essential for most types of employment in these fields.
Why study Environmental Science at QCC?
- QCC’s Environmental Science Program offers a strong foundation that will allow easy transfer to a 4-year school.
- Newly revised courses expose students to modern laboratory equipment and technology used in environmental fields.
- QCC offers many opportunities for research with faculty mentors.
Learn more about the program, career and transfer opportunities.
In collaboration with the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Dance the Department of Biological Sciences and Geology is proud to announce the NYSED approved Associate in Science degree program in Public Health.
Public health is the science of protecting and improving the health of families and communities through promotion of healthy lifestyles, research for disease and injury prevention and detection and control of infectious diseases. Public Health and related fields is among the fastest growing employment areas in NYC and the nation. Public Health is projected to be among the top 10 majors at the 4-year CUNY colleges.
Writing Intensive | Fall 2018
Class meets: Mondays 10:10 am to 11 am & Thursdays 10:10 am to 12 noon
This is a Writing Intensive (WI) course.
For more information contact Dr. E. Harris (M254) or click on the Biology courses page link below for a description of the course, pre-requisites and a course syllabus.