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Admissions Office Locations:


Quincy Campus: 1250 Hancock St., Quincy, MA 02169
Plymouth Campus: Suite 228: Cordage Park, 36 Cordage Park Circle, Plymouth, MA 02360

Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8am - 6:15pm
Friday: 9am - 4pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Academic Divisions


Liberal Arts
Robert Baker, J.D.
Dean of the Academic Division of Liberal Arts
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Natural & Health Sciences
Vincent van Joolen, Ph.D.
Dean of the Academic Division of Natural & Health Sciences
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Nursing
Linda Pendergast, Ph.D.
Dean of the Academic Division of Nursing
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Online Learning
Michael Marrapodi, Ed.D.
Dean of Online Learning & Inter-Institutional Affairs
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Plymouth Campus
Mary Burke, M.P.H.
Vice President for Academic & Administrative Affairs and Dean of the Plymouth Campus
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Professional Programs
William Brennan
Dean of the Academic Division of Professional Programs
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Academic Programs

Quincy College is a unique learning environment where cultures meet, join forces, and weave a global context around college academics. QC is a fully accredited, affordable institution of higher learning, founded over 55 years ago, offering 34 associate degree programs and 22 certificate programs.

If you would like more information about any of our programs listed below, please contact the Admissions Office at (617) 984-1710 (Quincy campus),
(508) 747-0400 (Plymouth campus), or by email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please view our Gainful Employment Data.


Associate Degree Programs
Accounting
Biotechnology and Compliance
Business Management
Business
Medical Laboratory Technician Program*
Computer Science Concentration in:
Programming
Networking Career
Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement
Security Management
Early Childhood Education
Elementary Education
Exercise Science/Personal Training
Engineering Technology
Fine Arts Concentration in:
Drama
Music
Visual Arts
General Studies
Healthcare Administration Concentration in:
Medical Billing & Coding
Human Services
Liberal Arts Concentration in:
Behavioral Science
English
History/Government
Humanities
Mathematics
Psychology
Social Sciences
Sociology
Natural Science
Nursing*
Paralegal Studies
Physical Therapist Assistant*



Certificate Programs
Accounting
Biotechnology and Compliance
Computer Science
Computer Science: Networking
Corrections Administration
Early Childhood Education
Exercise Science/Personal Training
Game Development
Gerontology
Healthcare Administration
Human Services
Law Enforcement
Medical Billing and Coding
Paralegal Studies
Phlebotomy*
Practical Nursing*
Substance Abuse
Surgical Technology*
Security Administration
Web Development



Life Long Learning
Human Resources Certificate Program
Microsoft Office Basics
Workplace Violence
Custom Wellness (Adult Fitness Program)
Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate Program*

*Requires completion of a Nursing or Natural & Health Sciences application.

Notice to Students: In order to help you succeed, Quincy College would like you to know that 3-credit lecture courses require 3 hours of in-class time per week of a 15-week semester. These courses also require a minimum of 6 to 9 hours of study/homework time on average per week. This time may vary week to week, depending on the schedule of the course (e.g. weeks where there are exams or other assignments due may require you to put in more time in order to be successful). Further, writing intensive courses and STEM courses often require even more study/homework time and should be planned accordingly. A one credit laboratory course generally meets for 2 hours per week of a 15-week semester and requires that you spend an additional 2 to 3 hours of study/homework time per week**. Please take this information into consideration when forming your schedule and allow yourself enough time to do the work to earn the grade you desire. ** CHE 223 and 224 meet for 4 hours per week during a 15 week semester.

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    For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, click here for our Gainful Employment Reporting Data.