The Biology program is articulated with York College and students will be able to transfer all 60 credits. In addition, students will be able to transfer to other four-year CUNY institutions.
Visit the Articulation Agreements page to learn more about transfer opportunities.
Students graduating LaGuardia with an AS in Biology will be able to transfer and enroll in upper-level Biology courses without difficulty at an articulating four-year college, such as York College. The Biology curriculum at LaGuardia is modeled after curriculum that students attending four-year colleges would be expected to take during their first two years of study. LaGuardia graduates will have completed several general education requirements and several science requirements needed for completion of a Bachelor’s degree. Students will showcase selected assignments and accomplishments in a Biology ePortfolio that can be included in their admissions application or shared with potential faculty mentors at a specific senior college.
Many LaGuardia grads also transfer to the College of Mount Saint Vincent
, which offers six joint degree programs in Biology
. Recently, New York Times Op-Ed Columnist Frank Bruni used the College of Mount Saint Vincent to illustrate the role of independent colleges in a speech to nearly 400 college and university presidents: