Pathways: (2E.) Scientific World (3 credits)

Course Information

BI-110: Fundamentals of Life Science

BI-111: Introduction to Human Biology

BI-115: Introduction to Biology for Science Majors

BI-120: Evolution and Man

BI-140: Principles of Biology*

BI-160: Ecology*

BI-201: General Biology I*

BI-301: Anatomy and Physiology I*

BI-520: Introduction to Public Health*

CH-106 Chemistry and the Arts*

CH-127: Introductory General Chemistry*

CH-128: Introductory Organic Chemistry*

CH-151: General Chemistry I*

CH-152: General Chemistry II*

CH-251: Organic Chemistry I*

CH-252: Organic Chemistry II*

CIS-102: Programming Fundamentals for Business

CS-100: Introduction to Computers and Programming

CS-101: Algorithmic Problem Solving I*

CS-201: Computer Organization and Assembly Language*

CS-203: Algorithmic Problem Solving II in C++*

CS-204: Algorithmic Problem Solving II in Java

ET-570: Creating Smartphone Apps

ET-575: Introduction to C++ Programming Design and Implementation

ET-821: Computers in the Modern Society

ET-880: Science and Technology in Modern Life

GE-101: Physical Geology*

GE-102: Historical Geology*

GE-105: Gems and Semi Precious Stones

GE-125: Earth Science

HE-103: Fundamentals of Human Nutrition

HE-105: Human Sexuality

HE-107: Mental Health: Understanding Your Behavior

HE-108: Health and Physical Fitness

MA-441: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I*

MA-442: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II*

MA-443: Analytic Geometry and Calculus III*

MA-451: Differential Equations*

MA-461: Linear Algebra*

PH-101: Principles of Physics*

PH-120: Introduction to Meteorology

PH-123: Natural Hazards

PH-124: Global Warming

PH-129: How Things Work

PH-133: Scientific Explorations of Scientific Literature

PH-140: Acoustics: The Physics of Sound*

PH-201: General Physics I*

PH-202: General Physics II*

PH-240: Computerized Physical Measurement Using Graphical Programming*

PH-301: College Physics I*

PH-302: College Physics II*

PH-311: College Physics A*

PH-312: College Physics B*

PH-411: Calculus Physics I*

PH-412: Calculus Physics II*

PH-421: General Calculus Physics A*

PH-422: General Calculus Physics B*

PH-413: Calculus Physics III*

PH-416: Thermodynamics*

PH-440: Modern Physics*

PSYC-101: Psychology***

PSYC-125: Psychology of Personal Adjustment***

PSYC-201: Research Methods in Psychology***

PSYC-215: Child Development***

PSYC-220: Human Growth and Development***

PSYC-230: Abnormal Psychology***

PSYC-240: Social Psychology***

PSYC-245 : Cross-Cultural Psychology***

PSYC-250: Personality***

PSYC-255: The Psychology of Women***

PSYC-260: Psychological Disorders of Childhood***

PSYC-270: The Psychology of Aging***

PSYC-290: States of Consciousness***

SP-215: Phonetics

SP-216: Introduction to Language Science and Linguistics


*STEM variant for students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curricula; see section on New York State Liberal Arts and Sciences Requirements, Laboratory Science Courses.

***Courses fulfill Social Sciences Electives.

Campus Cultural Centers

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Kupferberg Holocaust Center Opens in a new window

The KHC uses the lessons of the Holocaust to educate current and future generations about the ramifications of unbridled prejudice, racism and stereotyping.

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QPAC: Performing Arts CenterOpens in a new window

QPAC is an invaluable entertainment company in this region with a growing national reputation. The arts at QPAC continues to play a vital role in transforming lives and building stronger communities.

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QCC Art GalleryOpens in a new window

The QCC Art Gallery of the City University of New York is a vital educational and cultural resource for Queensborough Community College, the Borough of Queens and the surrounding communities.