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Physics

The study of physics is concerned with the interactions of everything from the smallest particles known to occur in nature to the largest things found in nature: quarks, photons, atoms, galaxies, clusters and super clusters, and the universe itself.

The Physics program at College of DuPage has three levels of study. Physics 1100 is a general survey course for liberal arts students. Physics 1201 and 1202 comprise a one-year exploration of general principles, recommended for students who want a one-year sequence of lab science and/or who intend to major in biology or a pre-professional area. Physics 2111, 2112 and 2115 is the sequence of choice for other science majors and for engineering majors.

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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2E06, (630) 942-3210