PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT REGISTRATION – Fall 2019

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In order to register, you must:

1)   Check your Student Center on CUNYfirst for your exact registration date and time for Fall 2019

2)   If you do not have an appointment date listed for Fall 2019, visit ONE STOP.

3)   Remove any holds on your account.

Please register via CUNYFirst during the regular registration period, following the schedule below:

Academic Level Credits (Earned + In progress) Registration Date (check the time on CF)
Matriculated Graduate & Veteran Students   Monday, April 1
Special Groups: Macaulay Honors College, Honors and Scholarships, SEEK, HMNS, Athletics, Special Services, Student Ambassadors,and Student Leaders   Please consult your program advisor
Seniors 90-120+ Tuesday, April 2
Juniors & 2nd Degree 60 –89.9 Wednesday, April 3
Sophomore 30-59.9 Thursday, April 4
Freshman 0–29.9 Friday, April 5
New Freshman & Transfers   Monday, April 8
All Non-degree students (Grad & Undergrad)   Monday, April 29
Senior Citizen Auditors   Monday, August 19

VERY IMPORTANT:

For Required Courses listed below, priority registration is granted to Majors. Students who have recently declared their major during the current semester are eligible as long as the major is listed on your CUNYfirst account prior to your registration date. Students meeting these requirements will register on CUNYfirst during their assigned appointment day and time. 

COURSE Registration is restricted to students who meet the following requirements: Additional Info:
  Psych 1073 &  1071   OFFICIALLY DECLARED PSYCHOLOGY OR NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS.   Note:  Students must enroll in Psych 1073 Lecture AND Psych 1071 Lab.  These are listed as separate courses in CUNYFirst.  Be sure to enroll in both     Remaining seats in 1073/1071 will be opened to non-major students on Monday, April 8th.        
Psych 213W OFFICIALLY DECLARED PSYCHOLOGY OR NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS who are JUNIORS and SENIORS.   Remaining seats in 213W and 311-321 will be opened to all students two weeks prior to the start of Fall classes.
Advanced Experimental Classes (Psych 311- 321) OFFICIALLY DECLARED PSYCHOLOGY OR NEUROSCIENCE MAJORS who are JUNIORS and SENIORS Please keep in mind that students may only register for ONE section of ADVANCED EXPERIMENTAL-*Any additional sections of Advanced Experimental on a student’s schedule will be dropped.*  

Repeating Courses:  Students who intend to repeat courses are strongly recommended to speak with an advisor before doing so, as there may be Financial Aid implications. 

Spring 2019 Honors and Awards

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The HAROLD SCHUCKMAN AWARD (plaque & $500 award): for a student who will be attending a graduate program in psychologyApplication and personal statement (same statement used for grad apps) required. Download Application

The DANIEL V. CAPUTO AWARD (plaque & $500 award): for a student who is committed to pursuing a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. Application form required.

The JOHN V. CONTI AWARD (plaque & $1,000 award): for a graduating senior who will be attending a graduate program in psychology or a related profession. Acceptable areas of graduate study are General Psychology, Behavioral Analysis, Clinical Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Rehabilitation Counseling and Social Work. Preferred specialty areas: Autism, Developmental Disabilities, Applied Behavioral Analysis, Mental/Emotional Illness.  Preference is given to a student with financial need, scholastic excellence, and a desire to pursue graduate study in psychology or a related profession. Application, personal statement, and letter of acceptance required

The DR. EFFIE MITSIS MEMORIAL AWARD (plaque & $1,000): for a graduating senior who will be attending a graduate program in Neuroscience. Family’s preference is someone who will be doing research with humans, but animal research is also acceptable. Application, personal statement, faculty recommendation letter, and letter of acceptance required.

ADVISING

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Note: If you want to declare a major, you must first speak to a faculty advisor or peer advisor.

Anyone seeking advisement needs to FIRST ensure they have access to their CUNYFirst account. If you find you cannot access CUNYFirst, please call the ITS Help Desk at (718) 997-4444 to gain access. Once access to CUNYFirst is obtained, students may THEN come to the Psychology office for advisement.

Spring 2019 Semester Faculty Advising schedule:

Dr. D’Ateno:  Mondays, 2:00PM-4:00PM | Office: SB-A320
Dr. Ackerman: Wednesdays 12:30PM-2:30PM | Office: SB-D306
Dr. Pagano: Wednesdays 12PM-1PM & Thursdays 12:30PM-1:30PM | Office SB-A306
Dr. Barahmand: Mondays 4:30PM-5:30PM & Thursdays 8AM-9AM | Office: SB-D302
Dr. Jessel: Tuesdays 2:00PM-4:00PM | Office: Rz 215

Peer advisors are available while classes are in session.

Spring 2019 semester Peer Advising schedule:

Advisor

Monday Advisor
10AM-10:30AM Esther
12PM-12:45PM Angela
1PM-1:15PM Esther
2PM-3:45PM Andrew
Tuesday  Advisor 
10AM-10:45PM Alex
11AM-12:45PM Ben
2PM-2:45PM Angela
Wednesday Advisor
10AM-11:45PM Melanie
12PM-12:45PM Esther
1PM-2:45PM Julia
Thursday Advisor 
9AM-10:45AM Samantha
11AM-11:45AM Alex
1PM-2:45PM Santino
Friday Advisor 
No Advising

 

 

ABA Presents Panel of Professionals

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THE QUEENS COLLEGE CENTER FOR AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES EVIDENCE BASED SERVICES PRESENTS

Panel of Professionals

on What can YOU do as a Behavior Analyst

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19
5:00PM-6:00PM
QUEENS COLLEGE, SCIENCE BUILDING, ROOM E308

PANEL SPEAKERS:
Joshua Jessel, PhD, BCBA-D | Assistant Professor at Queens College

Mike Marroquin Ph.D, BCBA, LBA | Consultant for families and school districts in Nassau County NY

Lauren Kryzak, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA | Vice President of Clinical Operations – ABA Agency

Jennifer Morrison-Diallo, PhD, BCBA-D, LBA | Assistant Director of Hospitals-NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County

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Experimental Psychology (Psych 213W) Tutoring

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Tutoring is available when classes are in session during the Spring and Fall semesters. 

Experimental Psychology (Psych 213W) tutoring takes place in SB-D308. 

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Teresa

12:15PM-1:15PM

Santino

9AM-10AM

Teresa

12:15PM-1:15PM

Santino

9AM-10AM

Maryla

2PM-4PM

Santino

2PM-4PM

Maryla

11AM-1PM

Julia

4PM-5PM

Daniel

1PM-3PM

Amina

4PM-6PM

Julia

4PM-5PM

Daniel

1PM-3PM

Teresa

5PM-6PM

Teresa

5PM-6PM

Amina

4PM-6PM

 

Tutoring is free, and no appointment is needed.

Peer tutoring will begin on Monday, February 4, and end on Tuesday, May 14.
Please note:  Tutoring is closed on holidays and on days when no classes are scheduled.

STATISTICS (PSYCH 107.3 and 107.1) TUTORING – Spring 2019

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Tutoring is available when classes are in session during the Spring and Fall semesters in the Science Building, room E322.

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Kiren

9:30AM-10:30AM

Kristen

10AM-12PM

Kiren

9:30AM-10:30AM

Nicole

9AM-11AM

Tracey

9AM-1PM

Yasmine

12:10PM-1:10PM

Amanda

1PM-2:30PM

Marisa

11AM-12PM

Yasmine

1:30PM-2:30PM

Marisa

1PM-6PM

Bella

12:15PM-2:15PM

Mat

1PM-3PM

Alana

12PM-1PM

Amanda

2PM-3PM

Andrew

1PM-3PM

Bella

3PM-5PM

Jameela

12:15PM-2:15PM

Mat

3PM-5PM

Delane

4PM-6PM

Amanda

2PM-3:30PM

Alana

3PM-4PM

Tutoring is free, and no appointment is needed.

Peer tutoring will begin on Monday, February 4, and end on Tuesday, May 14.
There will be a limited tutoring schedule during Finals’ week.
Please note:  Tutoring is closed on holidays and on days when no classes are scheduled.

 

APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS AT QUEENS COLLEGE

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APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS AT QUEENS COLLEGE

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a science of human behavior based on the psychology of how people and animals learn. Behavior Analysts use ABA strategies to teach individuals with autism and developmental disabilities, among others, important life skills.

At Queens College, we have a Master of Arts program and an Advanced Certificate Program (for those who already have an MA/MS) in ABA. By enrolling in one of our programs, you can become a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and a Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in the State of New York.

Advance your career in ABA at Queens College! After completing our Masters/Advanced Certificate program in ABA, and the requirements from NYS and the Behavior Analytic Certification Board (BACB), you can become a BCBA and an LBA in New York!

At Queens College, we provide:

Opportunities to gain experience working with a team of faculty who have expertise in the areas of autism, developmental disabilities, problem behavior, and parent and staff training.

A comprehensive curriculum that includes coursework in the applied, experimental, and practical application of behavior analysis.

A course sequence that is approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board.

Fellowship placements at Queens College through our new on-campus Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities Evidence-Based Services (QC ACES), or across a number of partnering agencies and school sites that allow you to gain hands-on supervised experience from Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Licensed Behavior Analysts.

Opportunities to conduct research and make conference presentations with guidance from experts in the field.

CONTACT INFORMATION:ABA@qc.cuny.edu • Phone: 718-997-3200

Learn more at aba.qc.cuny.edu

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