They receive a second BS in Physics from Illinois State upon transfer ring back

They receive a second bs in physics from illinois

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Engineering requirements. They receive a second B.S. in Physics from Illinois State upon transfer- ring back 30 approved hours from the engineering university. Students major in Engineering Physics while at Illinois State. The Engineering Physics program is listed under the Physics programs section of the Undergraduate Catalog. Engineering Physics majors benefit from small class size and close stu- dent-faculty interactions in the Physics Department. This five-year program offers greater depth than the average engineering curriculum and provides students with the additional problem solving and scientific foundations needed to design the rapidly changing technologies of the future. The first years of this program also are suitable preparation for transfer to most engineer- ing schools. Due to the sequential nature of engi- neering curricula, it is important that appropriate course selections be made. Interested students should contact the Department of Physics at (309) 438-8756 or [email protected] early in their aca- demic careers for help in planning an appropriate plan of study. LAW Law schools do not require any specific cours- es or undergraduate majors. A committee of the Association of American Law Schools has recom- mended that the prelaw student keep in mind three basic objectives in planning an undergraduate pro- gram: education for articulate oral and written expression; education for greater understanding of human institutions and values; and education to develop the skills of conceptual analysis. The committee has emphasized the need for a broad, liberal education that develops the student’s intel- lectual interests rather than an education directed too pointedly toward later professional training and practice. Students planning to apply for admission to law school should consult the University’s prelaw advisor, Dr. Robert C. Bradley, Department of Politics and Government, (309) 438-8944, for information about the Law School Admissions Test and for assistance in selecting and applying to suitable law schools.
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Illinois State University is proud of its com- mitment to undergraduate education and its focus on student success through the provision of a small college atmosphere with large university choices. With a commitment to individualized attention, the University promises to work closely with all students throughout their academic career to ensure they complete their degree as expedi- tiously as possible. Whether entering the college classroom for the first time or transferring from another institu- tion, every student encounters questions when building a class schedule and working through the semester toward a final grade. The following policies and practices will help you understand the academic structure on campus and find suc- cess in the classroom.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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