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Office Location:
Presidents Place, 3rd Floor

Mailing Address:
Quincy College
ATTN: Academic Division of Professional Programs
Presidents Place
1250 Hancock Street
Quincy Center, MA 02169

Fax: (617) 984-1678

William Brennan
Interim Dean of the Division of Professional Programs
Office: Presidents Place, Room 315
(617) 405-5921
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Heather Keen
Educational Services Associate/Administrative Assistant
of the Academic Division of Professional Programs

Office: Presidents Place, 3rd Floor
(617) 984-1758
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Deborah Stockbridge
Professor of Computer Science
(617) 984-1725
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Maureen Chisholm
Instructor of Business
(617) 984-1724
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James Downey
Instructor of Business
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Carolann Speranzo
Instructor of Business
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James Peters
Instructor of Computer Science
(617) 405-5918
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Robert Pitts
Instructor of Computer Science
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Matthew Delaney
Instructor of Criminal Justice
(617) 984-1643
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Jason Paynich
Instructor of Criminal Justice
(617) 984-1639
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Karla Parise
Instructor of Early Childhood Education
(617) 984-1743
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Richard Bramante
Instructor of Engineering Technology
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Cheryl Dorsey
Instructor of Health Care Administration/Medical Billing & Coding
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Sabrina Mohan
Instructor of Human Services
(617) 984-1705
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Academic Division of Professional Programs

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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.

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Associate Degree programs in the Professional Programs Division
Certificate programs in the Professional Programs Division

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.

This is what some of our faculty say about their programs:

Jason Paynich and Matthew Delaney, Criminal Justice
The Criminal Justice program offers a wide variety of opportunities for professional growth, because we understand that becoming a professional means more than just passing a course. Just a sample of our ever-changing opportunities includes exciting internship opportunities, practitioner workshops and lectures, organized interactions with private and public justice and safety organizations through our Criminal Justice Professional Development Program (CJPDP), the Criminal Justice club, and the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society.

The criminal justice program is a premiere program for students looking for a well-rounded, challenging, rewarding and interactive 2 year education in Criminal Justice. With the wide variety of courses, locations, activities, and industry connections combined with small class sizes, one-on-one attention, easy access to campus resources and affordable cost, this program is the obvious choice. If you are ready to create your career in the dynamic world of Criminal Justice, the Criminal Justice program is prepared to deliver!


Sabrina Mohan, Human Services
The Human Services program at Quincy College is geared towards students who are passionate about empowering others, enhancing social functioning, and promoting multiculturalism, social justice and human rights on a micro and macro level. The Human Services curriculum provides students with the appropriate knowledge and skills to work effectively in a variety of community and health care organizations as well as to transfer to a four year school. At the completion of the program students will be eligible to take the state licensure examination at the LSWA level.

Maureen Chisholm, Business
To meet the demands of the fast paced, ever changing world of business, Quincy College offers a variety of business courses. The business program provides core curriculum in preparation for a career in the business world within a corporate setting or a more singular entrepreneurship approach. Students learn proven methods, explore techniques, and develop skills in critical thinking and decision making. Students are well prepared to enter directly into the business field of their choice or continue their education through the business transfer program. Quincy College also provides opportunities for business internships to further educational advancement.


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