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1 YOU WILL BE W E L C O M E D. DE PAUL UNIVERSITY MATH AND SCIENCE DEGREES FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

2 MATH AND SCIENCE DEGREES FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS You ll feel right at home transferring to DePaul University s science and mathematics degree programs. You ll soon discover that a large percentage our undergraduates are transfer students like you. In fact, we welcome more than 1,200 transfer students each year. What s so special about DePaul? Let s find out. WHY TRANSFER TO DEPAUL? You ve made an excellent start on your college education. Now it s time to choose the college or university where you ll complete your four-year degree. There are many things to consider: reputation, available majors, costs, financial aid, location and more. But one single factor can give you the edge: the school s commitment to transfer students. That s where our expertise comes in. DePaul welcomes transfer students; they make up almost half of the university s undergraduate population. We have a staff of professional counselors who work with and only with transfer students, so we know how to give you the support you need to make a smooth transition. At DePaul, you ll gain a high quality, practical education that balances academic knowledge with professional preparation. You ll get the personal attention you deserve from our professors, many of whom are nationally or internationally known. After all, DePaul s student to faculty ratio is just 16 to 1, and the ratio is even smaller in many of our math and science degree programs. And, your personal network will include our 135,000 alumni, including about 60,000 living in the metropolitan area. Best of all, you ll get the value and prestige you want. DePaul was named by Careers and Colleges as one of 12 colleges that offer a top education at less-than-ivy-league costs. In short, DePaul can streamline your transition from community college through a four-year degree to a bright future. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE AT DEPAUL As a scientist or mathematician, you ll be in demand. Employers in Illinois and around the world are seeking mathematically and scientifically literate workers to conduct research, design products and services, and teach K-12 students. The need far exceeds the number of graduates. DePaul has embraced this challenge, which makes it a great place to complete your bachelor s degree. Both the faculty and the number of students enrolled in mathematics and science at DePaul have increased steadily over the past decade. Science majors will learn in The William G. McGowan Biological and Environmental Sciences Center, built in 1998, and the Monsignor Andrew J. McGowan Science Building, which opened in You'll gain handson research and laboratory experience with the latest equipment in these state-of-the-art facilities. The new buildings are complemented by a number of grant-funded initiatives, including the $1.1 million Science Talent Expansion Program. This partnership between DePaul and two City Colleges of Chicago is designed to increase the number of graduates in science and math, particularly minorities and women. Through this initiative, you ll be able to tap into peer networks, mentoring and research opportunities with scientific institutions in the metropolitan area. You ll find that hands-on experience and a commitment to undergraduate research and scholarship are hallmarks of DePaul s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LA&S), which includes the math and science programs. DePaul s oldest and largest college, LA&S has 424 full-time faculty members in 38 undergraduate and 22 graduate degree programs.

3 SCIENCE AND MATH MAJORS You ll find a wealth of information about our science and mathematics majors on the DePaul Web site, depaul.edu. Here are some program highlights. BIOLOGY Biological Science is the largest department in the sciences at DePaul, with 17 faculty members and more than 450 students majoring in the field. You may specialize in biotechnology, pre-health, neuroscience, ecology-evolution, cell and molecular biology, and secondary science. The faculty includes recognized experts in cell biology, molecular biology, immunology, evolution and paleontology. This degree prepares you for graduate study and careers in medical, veterinary, dental and other health-related fields; biotechnology, marine and conservation biology, medical illustration, forensic sciences, teaching biology, nuclear medicine technology, radiation therapy, clinical laboratory science and research. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Environmental Science has seven full-time faculty members and about 50 students majoring in the field. You may choose a strong science based curriculum or a multidisciplinary curriculum drawing from the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. The field and laboratory science-based curriculum leads to a bachelor of science in environmental science or a bachelor of arts in environmental studies. The faculty includes recognized experts in wetlands ecology, invasive species, zoology, biodiversity, ecological restoration and environmental education. This degree prepares you for graduate study and leadership roles in environmental quality analysis; research into air, water, solid or hazardous waste management; policy making and environmental activism; land and water restoration; environmental management and non-profit organizations; environmental consulting; and teaching. PHYSICS CHEMISTRY There are almost 100 students majoring in Chemistry. The department has 15 full-time faculty members. You may earn a bachelor of arts or sciences in chemistry, biochemistry, environmental chemistry and chemistry education, including interdisciplinary concentrations in biochemistry, environmental chemistry and chemical engineering. The faculty includes recognized experts in environmental chemistry, biochemistry, geochemistry, polymer chemistry and computational chemistry. This degree prepares you for graduate study and careers in research and development; teaching; forensics; environmental work; consulting; quality control; and industrial health and safety. The Physics department has grown every year since 2000 and now has 10 full-time faculty members and about 40 students majoring in the field. You may concentrate on standard physics, computational physics or interdisciplinary physics. The faculty includes recognized experts in laser physics, non-linear optics, fiber optics, Fourier optics, computational physics, dynamical systems, nuclear physics, condensed matter physics, magnetism and the teaching of physics. As an undergraduate physics major, you may participate in on-campus, faculty-supervised research and present your work at scientific meetings. External opportunities for research also are offered. This degree prepares you for graduate study and careers in optics, photonics, scientific computing, engineering, astronomy and astrophysics, and computer science.

4 The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers undergraduate degrees in: Biological Science Chemistry Clinical Laboratory Science Environmental Science Mathematical Sciences Physics MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE More than 30 full-time faculty members teach in these degree programs, which currently enroll over 90 students. You may choose to concentrate in pure mathematics, actuarial science, statistics, secondary education, mathematical computer studies or quantitative analysis/operations research. You have the option of completing a combined bachelor of science in mathematics and a master of science in applied mathematics or applied statistics in about five years. You may pursue a joint mathematics and computer science major, concentrating in theory, computational methods, graphics or an individualized plan of study. The faculty includes recognized experts in statistics and sampling theory, discrete mathematics and combinatorics, harmonic analysis, dynamical systems, abstract algebra and mathematics education. This degree prepares you for graduate study and careers in actuarial work; theoretical computer science; graphics and visualization; teaching; numerical analysis; information analysis; and many other areas. ALLIED HEALTH TECHNOLOGY You may concentrate in clinical laboratory sciences (medical technology), which is similar to the general biological sciences concentration. After completing the requirements for the baccalaureate, you ll enroll for a year of specialized study at a hospital associated with DePaul. You may concentrate in nuclear medicine technology or radiation therapy. In these 3+1 programs, you ll spend three years at DePaul and one year in an internship at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. DUAL-DEGREE PROGRAMS DePaul offers two five-year joint-degree programs with the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), conveniently located just 30 minutes away via the L. You may earn a degree in chemistry from DePaul and a degree in chemical engineering from IIT. Or, you may earn a degree in physics with a concentration in engineering physics from DePaul and an engineering degree from IIT. In both cases, you'll supplement your DePaul degree with about 20 additional courses at IIT. WHAT WILL TRANSFER? DePaul is on a quarter system that requires 192 quarter credits for graduation. A limit of 66 semester/99 quarter credits can transfer from any community college to DePaul. A limit of 88 semester/132 quarter credits can transfer from a four-year college to DePaul. If you present more credits than can be transferred at the time of admission, you may use the excess credits to demonstrate that you have met certain requirements, but you will need to take additional courses to earn enough credit for graduation. ONLINE TOOLS DePaul offers an online Transfer Center that you can use to see how your existing credit will transfer and select future courses to take. The DePaul Course Equivalency Web site at depaul.edu/ transfercourses shows all of the courses that have been articulated, or matched, with DePaul courses, and how these courses will be accepted for credit in your intended major. The u.select Illinois system (formerly CAS) lets you see how courses at your college are accepted at any participating four-year university, including DePaul. It also provides you with academic program information, the requirements for DePaul s Liberal Studies Program, course descriptions, equivalency guides and more. TEACHING MATH OR SCIENCE All math and science departments collaborate with DePaul s School of Education to prepare students to become certified teachers of math or science at the early childhood, elementary and secondary levels.

5 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TRANSFERRING INTO MATH OR SCIENCE DEGREE PROGRAMS If you plan to major in science, declare your major promptly in your freshman year, if possible. Most science degrees require a large number of introductory courses. If you don t take certain classes right away, it may take you longer than four years to complete your degree. You should complete two semesters or three quarters of calculus before you transfer so that you are prepared for the quantitative aspect of all science and math courses. If you transfer to DePaul and haven t taken calculus, take it as soon as possible. You have two options for completing the general education portion of your degree. If you transfer from a college that participates in the Illinois Articulation Initiative, or IAI, you may follow the IAI General Education Core Curriculum. After you arrive at DePaul, you ll need to take our mission-based courses in philosophy, religion and experiential learning and the capstone course in your major. Your other option is to use u.select Illinois (see previous page) to select courses that fulfill the liberal studies requirements in your planned major at DePaul. DePaul works with many community colleges to match individual courses with DePaul requirements, a process called articulation. To see if courses at your institution already have been matched, check u.select Illinois or the transfer course lists on the DePaul Web site (depaul.edu/transfercourses). Take introductory or core courses for the majors listed below at your college. You don t have to complete these core requirements before transferring, but we highly recommend you take equivalent courses whenever possible. Along with general education courses, we recommend that you take some of these core courses in your intended major: Biology and Clinical Lab Science: General Biology I, II, III; Ecology; Cell Biology; Genetics; Plant Physiology or Vertebrate Physiology. Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics: General and Analytical Chemistry I, II, III; or General Chemistry I and II; Mechanistic Organic Chemistry; Quantitative Analysis or Analytical Techniques; Physical Chemistry I, II; University Physics I, II, III. Environmental Science: General Biology I, II, III; General Chemistry I, II, III; Ecology; Earth System Science. Math: Calculus I, II and III. Physics: University Physics I, II, III and Calculus I, II and III. TRANSFERRING INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE CREDIT You may receive course credit for Experimental Sciences and Mathematics and other subjects earned through the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. You must submit IB transcripts and final score reports to the Office of Admission prior to enrolling at DePaul. Get more details on the DePaul Web site. TRANSFERRING AP CREDIT IN SCIENCE OR MATH You will receive transfer credit for the following Advanced Placement (AP) courses if you submit your score reports to the Office of Admission prior to enrolling at DePaul. Subject Area AP Exam Name Minimum Score Course Credit Course(s) for Which Credit is Awarded Biology Biology 3 4 Contact the Biology Department 4 8 Contact the Biology Department 5 12 BIO 101, BIO 102 & BIO 103 Chemistry Chemistry 3 4 CHE CHE CHE 111 & CHE 113 or CHE 130 & CHE 131 Environmental Environmental 3 4 ENV 102 Science Sciences 4 or 5 8 ENV 102 & 202 Mathematics Calculus AB 3 4 MAT 135 or or 5 8 Either MAT 150 & 151 or MAT 135 & 136 Calculus BC 3, 4 or 5 12 MAT 150, 151 & 152 or MAT 135, 136 & one NSM or BMS 155 & 2 NSMs Statistics 3, 4 or 5 4 MAT 137 or 242 credit will apply to PSY 240 or IT 223 Physics Physics B 3, 4 or 5 12 PHY 150, 151 & 152 Physics C - Part 1 3, 4 or 5 4 PHY 170 Physics C - Part 2 3, 4 or 5 8 PHY 171 & 172

6 ADMISSION INFORMATION To transfer to DePaul, you must submit the admission application and an official transcript from every college/ university attended. If you ve earned fewer than 30 semester (44 quarter) hours of transferable college work when you apply, you also must provide an official high school transcript and an ACT/SAT score report. If you ve completed 30 semester (45 quarter) college credits or more, you must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (based on transferable credit). In addition, you must be in good academic standing at the last college/university attended (good academic standing is determined by one s eligibility to enroll at the last college/university attended.) If you are interested in non-math or science majors at DePaul, check with the admission office to determine the admission requirements for those programs. Apply online at depaul.edu/apply. CONTACT US ANYTIME Our transfer counselors always are willing to answer your questions. Get in touch today to set up a visit or to talk with an admission representative. Call: (312) or (800) 4DEPAUL, ext Web: depaul.edu/visit COSTS AND FINANCIAL AID Full-time tuition for Liberal Arts and Sciences in is $26,765. Seventy percent of all undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid or scholarships. To qualify for financial aid, you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at To be considered for scholarships, you must submit separate scholarship applications by the stated deadlines: fall quarter May 15; winter quarter October 15; and spring quarter January 15. Read more about financing your DePaul education at depaul.edu/financial_aid. NATIONAL SMART GRANT This $4,000 grant, commonly referred to as the National SMART Grant, is a federal grant program offered to students majoring in science and math disciplines. To qualify, a student must meet the following criteria: be a U.S. citizen; be eligible for the Federal Pell Grant; be enrolled full time (12 quarter credits or more) in a four-year degree program; be a junior ( quarter credit hours) or a senior ( quarter credit hours). Seniors with more than 192 credits are not eligible. Students must be pursuing a major in mathematics, science (including physical, life and computer sciences), technology, engineering or a critical foreign language, such as Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese or Russian, and have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0. One-third of the annual grant will apply toward each quarter during the academic year, provided that recipients maintain eligibility for the grant. Eligibility is reviewed each quarter before the grant is disbursed. 900 W. Fullerton Avenue Suite 4200 Chicago, Illinois Telephone: (773) Web: las.depaul.edu DePaul University is an equal opportunity educator and employer.

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