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Elementary and Early Childhood Education. European Languages & Literature. Family, Nutrition and Excercise Sciences. Hispanic Literature & Language. History. Honors in Mathematics and Natural Sciences. Honors in the Humanities. Honors …

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Tuition and fees set forth in this publication are similarly subject to change by the Board of Trustees of The City University of New York. The University regrets any inconvenience this may cause. The responsibility for compliance with the regulations in each catalog rests entirely with the …

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Queens College is committed to providing you with quality education and protecting your rights no matter which course of study you choose! The Australian Government requires overseas students in Australia to have a safe, …

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Three-semester program is designed to be completed in 18 months. Focus is on tennis teaching skills; for tennis players with a National Tennis Rating Program rating of 3.5 or higher. On-court workshop introduces learning progressions and competitive tactics.

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Course Descriptions Course Descriptions The course weight in units follows the course number preceded by an oblique. For example, CURR 303 Intro to Biology Teaching (IS) /3.0 is a half course; PROF 410 Theory and Professional Practice (PJ) /1.5 is a quarter course. Courses that continue through the Fall/Winter are referred to as multi-term courses.

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New questionnaire: The survey currently in use at Queens College consists of 10 general questions about the course and the instructor, 4 questions related to writing (for courses designated as Writing Intensive only), and 3 open-ended questions for prose comments.

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600-level courses are introductory graduate courses. 700-level courses are intended primarily for master’s degrees and first-level doctoral students. Undergraduate Students in Graduate Courses Graduate 500- and 600-level courses may be taken by undergraduate students provided that all prerequisites are met and departmental permission is obtained.

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Undergraduate - The Department of English Queens College 2 days ago At the 100-level, English Department course s teach rhetoric and composition and provide writing- intensive introductions to fiction, drama, poetry and to the contested issues …

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Students are responsible for reviewing the information and knowing the rules and regulations presented in the catalog. Failure to read the catalog does not excuse the student from the academic and financial responsibilities defined in this …

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Queens College has many special centers and institutes that serve the diverse communities in the borough of Queens. These units address pressing societal issues, including cancer, AIDS, pollution, and racism; and celebrate the borough's many ethnic communities, including Asians, Greeks, Italians, and Jews.

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Undergraduate Course Schedule. The link above will take you to the CUNY Schedule of Classes, for all Sociology undergraduate sections. Below, general descriptions for all Sociology courses are described (regardless of offerings this semester). You may also read descriptions of the special topics courses and seminars.

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Course Descriptions. 14. Urban Aesthetics. 3 hr.; 3 cr. The city as an aesthetic environment and its effects on aspects of urban life. 101. Urban Issues: Poverty and Affluence. 3 hr., 3 cr. It is designed to teach students at Queens College how democracy works in America by asking them to participate in it. After students learn about

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Course Descriptions Anatomy and Cell Biology (ANAT) Anishinaabe (ANSH) Arabic Language (ARAB) Art History (ARTH) Arts and Science: Interdisciplinary (ASCX) Astronomy (ASTR) Biochemistry (BCHM) Biological Mathematics (BIOM) Biology (BIOL) BISC First- Year Program (BISC) Black Studies (BLCK) Cancer Research (CANC) Cardiorespiratory Science (CRSS)

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Intake: 3 Typical Offer: A*AA Essential Subjects: Latin (for 3-year course only) Desirable Subjects: Foreign language to A2 level (for 4-year course only) Assessment Computer Science Intake: 6-8 Typical Offer: A*A*A Essential Subjects: Mathematics Desirable Subjects: Further Mathematics and Computing Science Assessment: Pre Interview

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Queens College course descriptions may be found online or in current or past bulletins. Include cover letter with name, the last four digits of your social security number and your date of birth and mail with transcript(s) and course description(s) to: Office of Teaching Initiatives

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See also the Queens College Undergraduate Bulletin. Curriculum Structure. For more details about current and upcoming course offerings, see these descriptions of 300-level courses. 100-Level Courses 200-Level Courses 300-Level Courses. ENGL 95. Introduction to College Writing. ENGL 108. Academic Communication.

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Completion of 21 credits, including any software semi-core course. Each student will complete a significant software development project, either of his/her …

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What is the queens college course and faculty information system?

The Queens College Course and Faculty Information System is based on a program written by Jonathan Bearak during the time he was a student at Queens College.

What is it like to study at queens college?

Queens College is spread on a beautiful 80-acre campus with a tree-lined quad, housing over 100 clubs, student organizations, olympic-size pool, indoor/outdoor fields and tennis courts. It also provides affordable on-campus housing in The Summit Apartments and various opportunities for students to study abroad.

What is the history of queens college?

In 1912, we became Queens College and moved to our beautiful Myers Park campus. In 1930, Queens linked to the Presbyterian Synod of South Carolina through a merger with Chicora College. With that partnership, we adopted Chicora’s motto: Non ministrari sed ministrare (Not to be served, but to serve).

Is queens college a senior college?

Queens College is a senior college of the City University of New York (CUNY) located in Queens County, USA. QC annually serves about 20,000 students including 80% undergraduates enjoying its academic excellence and world-class faculty.

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