Quincy College is a unique learning environment where cultures meet, join forces, and weave a global context around college academics.

Quincy College is a fully accredited, affordable institution of higher learning, offering 36 associate degree programs and 25 certificate programs.

View all Quincy College programs on the Areas of Study page.

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Liberal Arts

The mission of the Liberal Arts Program is to provide students with a breadth of program offerings that permit them to acquire a thorough, historical, and theoretical foundation in their chosen field of study. Liberal Arts students may focus their program in the following concentration areas: English, History/Government, Humanities, Mathematics, Psychology, Sociology, Behavioral Science, or the Social Sciences.

The Liberal Arts represent the fundamental fields of study for all educated peoples. Since the middle ages when knowledge began to be widely distributed, free inquiry grounded in rational thought was the hallmark of democratic society. At Quincy College, we still hold to the idea that all well-educated men and women can fully participate in civil society if they have the skills and information offered in a program of Liberal Arts. The Liberal Arts have in common this dedication to developing critical thinking skills which will serve graduates in the new economy. Whatever your concentration, you will graduate equipped with the ability to make critical judgments, to communicate in writing and orally, and to work in a culturally diverse and historically specific moment of world globalization and interconnectedness.

With an associate degree in Liberal Arts, transferring to a four year college or university is the next natural step in your education, but an AA can also serve as a certification of your readiness to move into a career. English majors can become journalists, copywriters, or editors. Sociologists can work as market researchers, corporate consultants, or in non-profits. Government and history majors can run political campaigns or get involved in city planning. Psychologists can move into education, coaching, or school counseling. Mathematicians can develop into engineers or bankers. The number one skill that employers say they are looking for in today’s tough job market is the ability to communicate. A degree in Liberal Arts will give you confidence in your abilities to speak and write in a professional context.

Natural & Health Sciences

Rapid advances in science and technology require the nation to address a critical need to remain competitive in a global age. As the college becomes more integrated into a global economy an education ground in math and science is crucial to ensure that innovation, technological savvy and a spirit of entrepreneurship thrives.

Quincy College offers challenging and dynamic degree programs in Natural Science and Mathematics whose goal is to provide a clear path to transfer to a four year institution.  The college also offers degrees in Biotechnology and Compliance, Medical Lab Technology and Exercise Science.  These are tailored to place students in exciting careers in the pharmaceutical and health industries.  Additionally the college offers nine-month certificate programs in Phlebotomy, Surgical Technology, Exercise Science, and Biotechnology and Compliance.  These are designed to give students rapid access to the job market in these crucial skill sets.

Take advantage of our science courses and the wealth of experience our science instructors bring to the classroom. Whether you are fulfilling the College core or laying the groundwork for a career in the sciences or healthcare, their unique perspectives add a dimension to the subject matter that can bring it to life. In addition to dedicated full-time faculty, the College has part-time science instructors who are physicians, research scientists, and health-care professionals teaching at Quincy College, and applying their real-life knowledge to the subjects they teach. So take a course or two and see for yourself how science affects us all!


The Mission of the Academic Division of Nursing is congruent with the mission, values, and goals of Quincy College.  The mission of the nursing program is to prepare each graduate for success on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX®) to ensure graduates safely practice nursing with professional competence and care holistically for individuals from culturally diverse backgrounds. The graduate will function as an integral member of the inter-professional team with a commitment to educational advancement and lifelong learning.


Quincy College currently offers over 25 courses fully online. Online courses are completed at a time and place convenient for the student; there is no requirement to attend any classes on campus. Typically, online courses require more reading and writing than a similar course offered on campus.

Plymouth Campus

At nearly 1,200 students, Quincy College in Plymouth is home to an array of accredited programs including Liberal Arts, Natural and Health Sciences, Business Administration, Criminal Justice and Web Development to name just a few. The Plymouth campus is soon to be home of the first synthetic cadaver, known as a SynDeaver-SynDaver, in Southeastern Massachusetts. Using this new, state of the art, technology, students will gain a unique perspective of human anatomy. The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program, is exclusively located at the Plymouth campus. Like our Quincy campus, Quincy College Plymouth offers a traditional 15 week semester, flex semesters of 5, 7, and 9 weeks plus our online and hybrid courses. In the near future, we will be launching a certificate in Computer Science and Massachusetts’ first ever shellfish Aquaculture Certificate.

Professional Programs

Are you looking for an education that will prepare you for a new career? Whether you want to earn a certificate or Associates degree to enter the workforce or earn an Associates degree to transfer to a four year college, the Academic Division of Professional Programs may have the program for you! We offer a variety of programs designed to provide students with the education and training to begin working in careers upon graduation, or to transfer credits to a four year college to pursue a Bachelors degree.

Programs offering entry to careers in the business world include Accounting, Business Management, Health Care Administration, and Medical Coding and Billing. Looking to start a career in Information Technology or other computer related fields? Computers not only have changed the world in which we live; the field of Computer Science is constantly changing, and we are excited about the new developments in our most recent Computer Science majors in Networking and Media Arts. For students interested in law related fields, we offer both Criminal Justice and Paralegal studies programs. Interested in working with children? We offer a program in Early Childhood Education. And for those of you interested in the field of social work, our Human Services program is the place to start your career. We invite you to contact faculty members in your program area to answer any questions you may have.

Advisory boards play an important role at Quincy College. These boards are made up of industry leaders in each of programs listed below. Boards meet regularly with college program leaders and faculty to review program offerings, industry trends, and relevant data to insure that a Quincy College certificate or degree will match the skills needed to be successful in the chosen career area.

Click on the name of an advisory board below to review the current advisory board members and their professional connections:

Click here to download the list of advisory boards and the current members.

Biotechnology and GMP

  • Marshall Milner | Executive Director of Science Training Programs | University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Geoffrey Hodge | Senior Vice President Operations | Unum Therapeutics
  • Aron Clarke  | Director Training: Technical Operations | Shire Human Genetic Therapies
  • Dr. Willow DiLuizo | Associate Director Preformulation and Formulation | Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company BioProcess and Development
  • Dr. David Malliaros | Director, Analytical Technical Operations | Ironwood Pharmaceuticals
  • Maurizio Cattaneo | President | BioVolutions



  • Fred Caffrey | Principal/Owner | CTC Associates Inc.
  • Adam Conrad* | Assistant Vice President | MountainOne Bank
  • John Diluna | Director of Facilities & Safety | W.B. Mason Co.
  • Gary Enos | President | Expect Miracles Foundation
  • Lisa Goldstein* CMA Accountant, Finance & Administration Manager | Centering Healthcare Institute
  • Bill Harris | CFP, Co-Founder | WH Cornerstone Investments
  • Tom Harris | Senior Vice President, Finance & Treasurer | Quincy Mutual Group
  • Rick Holmes | Partner/Creative Director | Haymaker Ko
  • Ron Iacobucci | Business Services Representative | South Shore Coastal
  • Thomas Kelly | Chief Financial Officer | South Shore Chamber of Commerce
  • Ken Michaud | CEO |G.H. Dean Company, Inc.
  • Dan Mondello | Director of Marketing | Quirk Auto Dealerships
  • Alison Moroz | Director of Academic Affairs | University of Phoenix
  • Nardine F. Pfautz | President |Quincy Chamber of Commerce
  • Dean Rizzo |President |Quincy Chamber of Commerce


Computer Science

  • Iuliia Konivetska  | Front End Engineer | Wayfair
  • Eric Braun | Founder | South Shore Innovations
  • Jesal Sangani | Founder | Zenya, Quincy Center for Innovation
  • Ike Nnah | Chief Technology Officer | Intelycare
  • Mike Tavares | Chief Technology Officer | Integration Partners
  • Dean Plowman | Assistant Professor and Chair | New England Technical Institute
  • William Brennan | Dean | Quincy College
  • Debby Stockbridge | Professor of Computer Science | Quincy College
  • Joyce Higgins | Professor of Computer Science | Quincy College
  • Aundrea Kelley | SVP of Academic Affairs | Quincy College
  • Richard Bramante | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Kath Nolin | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Robert Pitts, Ph.D. | Instructor | Quincy College
  • James Peters | Instructor | Quincy College

Criminal Justice

  • Jason Paynich | Professor | Quincy College
  • Ron Sellon | Chief | Mansfield Police Dept
  • Lauren Mondshein | Analyst | Everett PD
  • Charles Russo | Chair | American Military University
  • Matthew Delaney | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Robert Harnais | Attorney | Mahoney Harnais & Diamond
  • Sue Thibault | Deputy Superintendent | MA Department of Corrections
  • Michael Bellotti |Sheriff | Norfolk County
  • Michael Maureillo | Area Human Resource Manager | Securitas
  • Mike Kemp | Chair | School Leadership Dept. of Public Safety, Capella University
  • Ed Walsh | Chief | Taunton PD

Early Childhood Education

  • Diane Barese | Executive Director | Hugs Plus Learning Center
  • Meghan Germinaro | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Maureen Hardiman | Kindergarten Teacher | Lynn Public Schools
  • Melodie Savage-Hanson | Adjunct Instructor | Quincy College
  • Bobbi McClellan | Director | Hugs Plus Learning Center
  • Mary Mello | Director | Plymouth Early Childhood Center
  • Sarah Morrison | Executive Director | Quincy After School Care
  • Patti Plummer Wilson | Director | Wollaston Childcare
  • Sr. Angela Provost | Director | Sacred Heart Early Learning Center
  • Kristine Swan | Director | State St Learning Center- YMCA
  • Janet Widdop | Education Coordinator | QCAP Head Start

Exercise Science/Health & Fitness Center

  • Ross Reel, M.D. | Physician | Harvard Vanguard
  • David Murphy, J.D. | Attorney |State Street Bank
  • Fred Doyle, J.D. | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Karen Peterson, B.S. | Director,  Fitness, Wellness Programs | South Shore YMCA
  • Patricia Churchill, B.S. | Member, Health Fitness Center at Quincy College | Quincy College
  • Julie Blackburn | Student, Exercise Science, Facilitator IT Communications at Quincy College | Quincy College
  • Vincent van Joolen, Ph. D. | Dean, Natural & Health Sciences | Quincy College
  • Mary Whidden | Director, Fitness Wellness Programs at Linden Ponds | Linden Ponds Senior Living
  • Rita La Rosa Loud, B.S. | Fitness Supervisor, Health & Fitness Center at Quincy College | Quincy College

Human Services

  • Joan Arches, PhD | Chair of Human Services Program | University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Stacy Barker, PhD | Director of the BSW program | Eastern Nazarene College
  • Quiana Blair | Human Services Alumna | Quincy College
  • Jen Bolton | Senior Manager of Prevention and Education | DOVE
  • William Brennan | Dean, Professional Programs | Quincy College
  • Karis Callahan | Human Services Major | Quincy College
  • Kristen Costa PhD, MSW | Behavioral Science Lead Faculty | Northeastern University
  • Kory Eng | Chief Operating Officer | QCAP
  • Sarah Garrity | Community Outreach Prevention and Education Manager | Health Imperatives
  • Wendy Knight, MSW | Director of Clinical & Support Services | Boys & Girls Club
  • Sabrina Mohan, MSW | Instrucor of Human Services | Quincy College
  • Sabrina Mustafa, MSW | Area Clinical Manager | Department of Children and Families
  • Jen Parks | Workforce Development and Training Coordination| Department of Public Health
  • Dean Rizzo | Director of Operations| South Shore WIB
  • Isaias Sarmiento | Workforce Development Program Director| QCAP
  • Diane Steward, JD | Owner | Steward/Dube, P.C.
  • Hope Haslam Straughan, PhD | Assistant Dean of Social Work | Wheelock College


  • Robert Baker, J.D. | Dean of Liberal Arts | Quincy College
  • Richard Bramante | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Vincent Van Joolen | Dean of Natural and Health Sciences | Quincy College
  • Jim Fox | Instructor of History | Quincy College
  • Michael E. Marrapodi, Ed.D. | Dean of Online Programs and Inter-Institutional Affairs | Quincy College
  • Bilun Ozbilen | Admissions Associate | Quincy College
  • Carol Pepoli | Instructor of Developmental English/Humanities | Quincy College

Medical Lab Technology

  • Howard Beach | Instructor / Chemistry Supervisor | Quincy College / Beth Israel Deaconess Milton Hospital
  • Danielle Beauchesne | Student | Quincy College
  • Heather Bell | Lead Technologist, Hematology | South Shore Hospital
  • Barbara Cornell | Clinical Supervisor | Quincy College
  • Lisa Dillworth | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Valerie Farretta | Blood Bank Supervisor | Beth Israel Deaconess Milton Hospital
  • Marian Feyler | Laboratory Manager | Harbor Medical Associates
  • Louis Giogetti | Laboratory Director | Harbor Medical Associates
  • Sharon King | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Barbara Lowery | MLT Chairperson | Quincy College
  • Kathleen McDermott | Education Coordinator | Boston Medical Center
  • Andrea Mclain | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Malissa Norfolk | Education Coordinator |  Tufts New England Medical Center
  • Beth Pollara | Laboratory Directory | Steward Carney Hospital
  • Megan Roache | Laboratory Manager | Atrius Health
  • David Sheridan | Laboratory Manager | PMG Physician  Associates
  • Edward Sklut | Instructor | Quincy College
  • Peter Tsaffaras | President | Quincy College
  • Claudia Uppendahl | MLT | Signature Healthcare
  • Vincent van Joolen | Dean, Natural and Health Sciences | Quincy College


  • Christina Allen |Nurse Educator | Quincy Medical
  • Pam Almada | Director of Professional Development | Jordan Hospital
  • Diane Arathuzi | Associate Professor of Nursing | Emmanuel College
  • Cindy Bechtel, Ph.D.  | Coordinator, MSN Program | Framingham St. U.
  • Pat Bonner
  • Melanie Brace | Director of Nursing Services |
    Hancock Park Rehab and Nursing Center
  • Mary Elizabeth Coughlin | Founder/President |
    Caring Essentials Collaborative
  • Denise Darlington | Nurse Educator | Winchester Hospital
  • Kathleen Davidson | Director of Nursing | Kindred Healthcare
  • Beryl Davis | Director of Nursing | Medical Professional Institute
  • Gail Denault | Director of Nurses |  Boston Cnt Rehab and Sub-Acute
  • Denise Edinger | Associate Professor | Laboure College
  • Kathy Faherty | Director of Staff Education | Marina Bay Skilled Nursing and Rehab
  • Lucille Force | Director of Nursing | Westwood Lodge Hospital
  • Pat Gales | Director, Practical Nurse Program | Upper Cape Regional Tech School
  • Jeannie Gird | Newton Wellesley
  • Donna Gladney | Coordinator Adult-Gerontology Primary Care NP Track | UMass Medical School
  • Penny Hennessy | Practical Nursing Program Director | Tri-County Vocational H.S.
  • Donna Lampman | Faculty | North Shore Community College
  • Idriz Limaj | Chief Nursing Officer | Hebrew Rehab/New Bridge
  • Alice Masiello  | South Shore Hospital
  • Nancy Matthews | Nurse | Hebrew Senior Life
  • Maureen McCann | Chairperson, Practical Nursing Program | Blue Hills Regional Technical Vocational School
  • Regina Moran
  • Dr. Susan Mullaney | Department Chair | Framingham St. U.
  • Maureen Murphy | Associate Professor | Curry College
  • Denise Murphy | Clinical Manager | VNA Hospice Care
  • Mary Beth Pepin | Practical Nurse Program Director | Southeastern Tech-Institute
  • Christine Salvucci | Assistant Chair Nursing, RN-BSN Program Director | Labouré College
  • Maureen Sroczynski | President and CEO
    | Farley Associates, Inc.
  • Julie St. Onge | Westwood Lodge Hospital
  • Laurie Terp | Assistant Director of Nursing | Newbridge
  • Mary Walsh | Marion Manor
  • Sandra Woodward | LPN/SDC | Royal Braintree

Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Brian Fagan | Co-Owner | Long Pond Physical Therapy
  • Sean O’Reilly | Dir of Rehab Services | Martha’s Vineyard Hospital
  • Jackie Kilrain | Rehab Director | South Shore Hospital
  • Michaela Hood | Physical Therapist | Plymouth Public Schools
  • Jennifer Ryan | Physical Therapist | Plymouth Public Schools
  • Terri Greer | Volunteer Coordinator | Plymouth Council on Aging
  • Jayna Rogers | Physical Therapist | Dept. of Veteran Affairs
  • Michael E. Marrapodi | Dean of Online Learning and Inter-Institutional Affairs | Quincy College
  • Heidi McLore | Faculty | Quincy College
  • Christine Rodday | ACCE, PTA Program | Quincy College
  • Mary Burke | VP; Dean of Plymouth Campus | Quincy College
  • Diane Dednah | Lab Assistant, PTA Program | Quincy College
  • Jason Skypeck | Home Care | South Shore Hospital
  • Karen Oster | Long Term Care | Marina Bay Nursing
  • Ann Gillespie | COO | Community Care Rehab
  • Veronica McLaughlin | Instructor | Quincy College

Surgical Technology

  • Donna Amado | Clinical Instructor, OR | Boston Medical Center
  • Kayla Arruda | Student
  • Erin Calhoun | Student
  • Nicole Coletta | CST | Brigham & Women’s- Faulkner Hospital
  • Margaret Egan | CSFA | Morton Hospital
  • Nathalie Fulford | ST Program Director | Quincy College
  • Dr. Jonathan Gates | Surgeon- Directory Trauma Ctr. | Brigham & Women’s Hospital
  • Madalyn Gervasi | Perioperative Educator
    | Southcoast Hospital Group
  • Cheryl Grove | Perioperative Sr.  Staff Nurse | Brigham & Women’s Hospital
  • Ross Little | Instructor- Surgical Technology | Quincy College
  • Cherlene O’Connor | Clinical Nurse Specialist | Mass General Hospital
  • Sarah Pimental | CST | Newton Wellesley Hospital
  • Basil Schultz | CST | VA Medical Center- W. Roxbury
  • Sandra Silvestri | Clinical Nurse Spec | Mass General Hospital
  • Dr. Simon Talbot | MD-Surgeon | Brigham & Women’s Hospital
  • Dr. Vincent van Joolen | Dean- Natural & Health Sciences | Quincy College
  • Robert Visconti | Training Program Lead | Biogen


Contact Info:

Quincy Campus

1250 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169

Tel:  (617) 984-1700

Plymouth Campus

36 Cordage Park Circle
Plymouth, MA 02360

Tel:  (508) 747-0400



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