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Programs / Courses. Master Clinical Trial Management (MS) Mission Statement. The goal of the Master’s program in Clinical Trial Management at York College will be to provide students with specialization in clinical trial management. Students who complete the program will be qualified to hold jobs as clinical research professionals, opening

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Health Education — Undergraduate Bulletin

42 rows · HIV/AIDS Public Health Implications. HE342. Drug Use and Abuse. HE363. Measurement …

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College Now — York College / CUNY

College Now’s mission is to serve New York City public high school students through college-credit courses which are aligned with the first-year of study at the City University of New York (CUNY). Pre-college activities are also offered and designed to increase academic readiness for college.

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Humanities — Undergraduate Bulletin

Introduction to Film Studies. HUM200. Introduction to Intercultural Communication. HUM202. Introduction to Linguistics. HUM203. Tradition and Innovation in the …

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Psychology — Undergraduate Bulletin

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Business Administration (BS) — Undergraduate Bulletin

Credits in introductory-level courses will subtract from the free electives credit total. ****Both foreign language courses must be taken in the same language. Students who have completed the Required Core: Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning requirement will be prepared to take all courses in the Business Administration program.

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Geology (BS) — Undergraduate Bulletin

Transfer students majoring in Geology must complete these courses even if they have earned an Associate degree where all general education/Pathways requirements have been waived. MATH 119/120 is a prerequisite to MATH 121. B.S. with Honors in Geology. Eligibility: A 300-level Geology course and a 3.0 average in all Geology courses. Approval by

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Biology (BS) — Undergraduate Bulletin

* These courses can also be taken to satisfy Core Curriculum requirements. ** BIO 486-489 are the upper division WI courses for Biology major. *** PHYS 117 may be substituted for PHYS 115, and PHYS 118 may be substituted for PHYS 116 +BTEC 489 may be substituted for BIO 489. ^BTEC 480 may be substituted for BIO 480.

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Anatomy And Physiology I — Undergraduate Bulletin

Anatomy and Physiology I. BIO234 (Liberal Arts) $ Anatomy and Physiology I 6 hrs. 4 crs. A study of the structure and function of the human body. Topics include: basic anatomical terminology, general organization of the body, cells and tissues, integumentary system, skeletomuscular system, nervous and endocrine systems.

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WI Course Information — York College / CUNY

WI Course Information. [Under construction] A Guide for Writing Intensive Courses. The WAC guide to teaching Writing Intensive courses, including sample assignments and syllabi. Instructions for Finding WI Courses in CUNYFirst. How to find WI courses on CUNYFirst. WI Course Archive. Courses from past semesters can be found below.

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School Of Arts And Sciences — York College / CUNY

Courses and programs in the School are designed to provide a challenging education with state-of-the-art classroom and laboratory work, together with vital internship and research experiences. Students are instructed and mentored by exceptional teacher-scholars to develop and broaden critical thinking, effective oral and written communication

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Grading Policies — York College / CUNY

Grading. In courses which carry college credit (with the exceptions indicated), the student is assigned a final grade (see Table 8), or R (unless the student has permission to take the course on a pass/fail basis).

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Academic Program And Graduation Requirements

Writing intensive courses are content courses in a specific discipline which require significant amounts of writing, and also focus on the genres and the writing process appropriate to the subject, including opportunities for revision. Students must complete: two WI courses in the lower division of the curriculum (at the 100 or 200 level**), and

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Mathematics — Undergraduate Bulletin

MATH190. Computers in Modern Society. MATH210. Probability and Statistics I. MATH211. Probability and Statistics II. MATH221. Analytic Geometry and Calculus III. MATH223.

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Public Health (BS) — Undergraduate Bulletin

At time of admission, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 for all coursework completed; at least 12 credits with a minimum GPA of 3.0 in the following PH courses: PH 201 and PH 210 or PH 215 or PH 225 or PH 320 or PH 330 or PH 340. Admission to the program will …

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COVID-19 Vaccination Site Opens At York College York

Vaccination Site is Now Open! Appointments may be scheduled by visiting the NYS COVID-19 Vaccine website or by calling 1-833-697-4829

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Non-Degree — York College / CUNY

Students who want to take courses at York College as a non-matriculated student must submit a Non-Degree application. Applicants who have started post-secondary work with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher, may file a non-degree application and submit transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended.

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Spanish For Professional Purposes (Certificate Program

In the case that such a student then decides to pursue a B.A. in Spanish, these courses may then count toward the major. All students enrolled in the Certificate program must meet matriculation standards of the College, and must fulfill prerequisites for all required and elective courses.

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Biochemistry — Undergraduate Bulletin

BIO412 (Liberal Arts) Biochemistry 3 hrs. 3 crs. Enzyme systems and their control, intermediary metabolism; transport mechanisms and role in cell function; structure of nucleic acids; protein synthesis. The interrelationship of these processes and effects of disease will be stressed. Preq: BIO 202; CHEM 231 and CHEM 232; OR CHEM 230 and 235

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Department Of World Languages, Literatures, And Humanities

Required Courses to be chosen from the following: French — French 101*, 102, 105, 106 or 213. Italian — Italian 101*, 102, 105, 106 or 230. Spanish — Spanish 101*, 102, 105, 106 *This course may be waived if the student is qualified to pass an exemption examination. Foreign Language Literature Courses Offered in English

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Earth Science/Education 7-12 (BS) — Undergraduate Bulletin

Required Core Curriculum Courses This program has received a waiver to require that students take the following courses in fulfillment of Core Curriculum requirements. Students who do not take these courses to fulfill Core requirements may not be able to complete the major in 120 credits. GEOL115: Energy, Resources and the Environment 3 CHEM108

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Writing Program — York College / CUNY

Writing Courses and Requirements for Students. Writing 301, 302, 303, and 304 are junior-level academic research and writing courses designed to help students transition from lower-division coursework to the more discipline-specific and independent work that characterizes inquiry in the majors.

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Philosophy (BA) — Undergraduate Bulletin

Philosophy courses explore basic ideas in natural sciences, behavioral and social sciences, the arts, and religion. In learning the methods of the philosophical tradition, students will develop their powers of logical thought and coherent expression, which will assist them in other studies, in the pursuit of careers, and in the exercise of the

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Physics (BS) — Undergraduate Bulletin

Physics (BS) Physics is the study of the matter and interactions that shape the universe and determine the properties and behavior of the natural world. The physics program prepares majors for graduate study in physics or astronomy, as well as for professional schools of medicine, dentistry, and engineering. In particular, the pre-engineering

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Professional Development / Training — York College / CUNY

CUNY Professional Development Program Courses/Training. Due to the current coronavirus crisis, all in-person professional development courses have been canceled until further notice. To continue to meet the needs of the University, employees may submit a request to complete online professional development courses.

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Summer Session — York College / CUNY

Varied session options and expanded course offerings are just some of the special attributes of Summer Sessions at York College. Whether you are already a York student, enrolled at another CUNY campus, or matriculating at a different college or university, you can get closer to graduation by making progress on your degree plan by registering for summer courses.

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WI Course Archive — York College / CUNY

WI Course Archive. Courses from past semesters can be found below. Students are required to complete three (3) WI courses for graduation, two in the lower-division (100- and 200-level courses) and one in the upper-division (300- and 400-level courses) in the major course design. *NOTE: Additional WI courses are currently being added to this list.

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Continuing And Professional Education Center — York

Continuing and Professional Education Center. York College Continuing & Professional Education Center (CPEC) has proudly been a leader in providing educational, workforce training, recreational, entrepreneurship and self-enrichment programs and courses to local residents over the past four decades.

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Spring 2020 Music Courses — York College / CUNY

Spring 2020 Music Courses Course offerings from the York College Music Program for Spring 2020. Please note : there are changes to course credits and hours that went into effect in Fall 2019; please connect with your academic advisor to confirm these changes, and make adjustments to your four-year plan as necessary.

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Sociology (BA) — Undergraduate Bulletin

Sociology (BA) Sociology is concerned with understanding human societies. As a discipline, sociology goes beyond common sense and popular wisdom to expose our biases and to develop a less simplistic view of the world we usually take for granted. As a major, sociology provides a foundation for careers in a variety of public and private areas

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Honors Courses — York College / CUNY

Honors courses must be declared within the first week of the semester, there are different steps that need to be taken in order to declare an honors course. You must take the proper paperwork to your professor and the department chair. You need their permission in …

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Writing Requirements — York College / CUNY

Two lower-level courses designated as Writing Intensive (WI)--see below. Should be taken as soon as possible after passing ENG 125 and/or ENG 126, which is a prerequisite for all lower-level WI courses: both should be completed by end of sophomore year. One upper division writing intensive course (at the 300 level or above) within the major.

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Psychology (BA) — Undergraduate Bulletin

II. Foundation Courses: 12 PSY226: Statistical Methods in Psychology 3 PSY330: Foundations of Research Methods in Psychology 3 PSY362: Physiological Psychology 3 PSY430: Experimental Psychology 3 III: Area Studies: 15 Choose five of the following courses: PSY215: Human Development 3 PSY232: Social Psychology 3 PSY234: Theories of Personality 3

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Pre-Law Preparation Summer Programs And Institutes — York

The Duke D.C. Summer Institute offers short courses taught by Duke Law faculty on topics of broad interest to college and graduate students, as well as professionals working in Washington, D.C. Launched in 2013, the Institute is designed for individuals considering law school or careers in the public sector and others interested in how the law

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Fall 2021 — York College / CUNY

Fall 2021. In higher education, the month of May holds significant meaning: it is the last month of the Spring semester, a time of graduation for some, and a welcome vacation for others. This year the symbolism is greater: we have completed one of …

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Writing Intensive (WI) Course Requirements — York College

two WI courses in the lower division of the curriculum (at the 100 or 200 level**), and; one WI course in the upper division of the curriculum (at the 300 level or above) within the major. Every student, including transfer students, is required to complete one upper division WI course within each declared major.

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Nursing (BS) — Undergraduate Bulletin

*Courses listed with an asterisk (*) are used to calculate the GPA for, and to rank, program applicants. BIO 234, 235, and PSY 102 also fulfill the Flexible Core: Scientific World requirement. CHEM 106 and CHEM 107 are taken as co-requisites. These courses also fulfill the Required Core: Life and Physical Sciences requirement.

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Frequently Asked Questions — York College / CUNY

Repeated courses do not count towards residency. (*Exceptions include: Accounting which requires 15 credits in Accounting courses to be taken at York, Finance which requires 15 credits in Finance courses at York, and Nursing-RN which requires 25 credits in Nursing courses at York.) What is the College Residency requirement?

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Interdisciplinary Studies (BA) — Undergraduate Bulletin

Courses taken to fulfill Interdisciplinary Studies program requirements may also be used to fulfill Teacher Education program requirements. Interdisciplinary Studies majors planning to apply to a Teacher Education program should choose courses in careful collaboration with an advisor from the Teacher Education department.

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Anthropology (BA) — Undergraduate Bulletin

Anthropology (BA) Anthropology is a comprehensive science of humankind concerned with a comparative and holistic approach to the study of human society and culture. The major in anthropology provides an excellent background for students planning careers as teachers and administrators, and for those whose future career will involve working and

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Blackboard Course Merge And Unmerge Tool — York College / …

How to Merge Courses? The section merge tool allows instructors to merge class rosters from source/child courses to a designation/parent course so that the instructor just needs to post course materials on the destination/parent course site. All students from both destination/parent and source/child courses can access the course materials.

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20 rows · College Courses Offered. The College Now Program at York College typically offers approximately 40 classes in the fall and spring semesters. The program also typically offers two to four classes during the summer, which are listed under Summer …

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