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Engineering Physics Concentration
DePaul University offers a joint program with Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) in physics and engineering. This program allows students to enroll in courses at IIT while remaining full-time DePaul students. Students will receive a BS degree in Physics from DePaul University and a BS degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, Electrical, or Computer Engineering from IIT upon completion of the five year program.1
Students interested in Engineering Physics or the joint program should promptly consult with a Physics Department advisor for information about scheduling, requirements, and admission to the joint program.
|ELECTRONICS (required for Mechanical/Aerosopace)|
|THERMAL PHYSICS (required for Electrical/Computer)|
& PHY 321
|ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM I|
and ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM II
& PHY 361
|QUANTUM MECHANICS I|
and QUANTUM MECHANICS II
|MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS II|
|INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE I|
|INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE II 1|
& CHE 131
|GENERAL CHEMISTRY I|
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
& CHE 133
|GENERAL CHEMISTRY II|
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY II
- Approved twenty quarter hours at 300/400 level from the Mechanical, Aerospace, Electrical/Computer Engineering program at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). Students interested in obtaining a BS in Physics with the Engineering Physics concentration must be accepted into one of these programs at IIT as part of the DePaul-IIT Joint Engineering Program. Note that, in addition to the engineering courses mentioned above, students must take at least four courses at the 200-level and at least 10 additional 300-level and 400-level courses at IIT to earn their engineering degree. (The total number of courses will be determined by IIT). Please contact the Physics Department for details.
Open elective credit also is required to meet the minimum graduation requirement of 192 hours.
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