Degree Information

College of DuPage provides physics instruction using the best in educational technology and research and to help ease the transferability of courses to four-year schools in the region.

College of DuPage offers an Associate in Science (A.S.) degree. Prior to registration, students should meet with a program advisor for course selection and to determine what courses will be best for you. Students who plan to major in physics should have a strong aptitude for mathematics.

Pre-medicine and pre-dentistry students should check with proposed professional school for the appropriate physics course.

 

Contact Information


Health and Sciences Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2616, (630) 942-2010

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    Alyssa BowesPhysics

    “Astrophysics is amazing! I’m not sure I know enough to decide what to do for a career, but the idea of finding out what’s in the universe is something I could pursue forever and never get tired of it.”

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    Joe BernsteinPhysics

    "Direct interaction with the faculty without going through teaching assistants was especially important. The fact that faculty engage students in research meant that the faculty members I studied under were very well positioned to guide me toward a career in science."

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  • Ivan Ishkov

    Ivan IshkovPhysics

    "My advice to students is to not throw out any option right off the bat just because COD is a community college. The calculus-based Physics I and II are very similar to the courses taught at the University of Illinois, which make the courses very transferable."

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