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Physics

"There ain't no rules around here! We're trying to accomplish something!"
- Thomas Alva Edison 1847-1931

Physics Class - Science Center Group Study RoomWhile there are small differences between the programs of each branch of engineering and physics, COCC works to provide the courses common to all programs. Students may have to take some additional classes at the university after transferring to reach junior status within their major. The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree meets the state of Oregon transfer degree requirements, allowing students to transfer to an Oregon public university and some out-of-state universities having met all lower-division general education requirements; with the appropriate course planning, all lower division major requirements may also be met. Students should work closely with an advisor to select the best degree option and review specific transfer requirements.

The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree with a focus in Physics is designed for students interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree in physics, engineering and engineering technology. In some instances, an Associate of Science degree may help students better meet transfer-institution course requirements; see advisor for details.

For detail and course requirements see:
Physics - Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (Online Catalog)

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