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Department of Earth and Physical Sciences
The Department of Earth and Physical Sciences meets a wide range of scientific interests. It consists of the Geology, Physics, and Environmental Health Science disciplines.
Student Resources
Information on membership to clubs and societies available to Accounting and Finance Department students.
Department of English
The English Department at York College abhors all expressions of hate and of prejudice, overt or tacit. We affirm our commitment to diversity and to inclusiveness, and will continue to work to create safer spaces for our students and for each other. We stand in solidarity with our students.
Department of Chemistry
Chemistry (from Egyptian kēme (chem), meaning "earth") is the science concerned with the reactions, transformations and aggregations of matter, as well as accompanying energy and entropy changes during such transformations.
Department of Biology
Welcome to the Department of Biology
Department of Behavioral Sciences
The mission of our department is to provide students with a strong academic foundation that will prepare them for the challenges of graduate study and careers. We strive to offer a flexible curriculum to meet the needs of our diverse student body and to foster personal and professional growth.
Biology
The study of Biology provides academic experiences in the life sciences that meet a variety of student needs. The Biotechnology Program is an interdisciplinary major designed to provide academic, laboratory and research experiences to students with career interests in the biomedical sciences.
Foreign Languages, ESL and Humanities
As a student-centered liberal arts department, the Foreign Languages, ESL and Humanities Department is integral to the fulfillment of the York College mission.
Mathematics and Computer Science
Welcome to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Studies.
Performing and Fine Arts
Disciplines in Art History, Studio Art, Music, Speech Communication and Theatre Arts.