The physics Department offers courses that support these BC programs.
|BC Program||Transfer Departments|
The physical sciences require a rigorous preparation in physics
The Associates in Sciences (AS) degree will allow you to transfer
Any four year degree program in mathematics will have a substantial
The algebra based physics sequence (P114-P116) supports life
The Associates in Sciences (AS) degree Track 1 will allow
Engineering Transfer Degree.
BC offers a complete Engineering Transfer curriculum. The
Most Engineering schools require separate admissions to the
Evening Degree program: Many of the core courses for the Engineering
The calculus based sequence (P121-123) is one
Computer Science departments often require separate admissions
Physics 109 is recommended for students seeking the Bachelor
- Information Technology currently offers three degrees that require Physics
109. These are the AA degrees in Techical Support, Network Services
and Computing Systems .
Bellevue College is a regional leader in preparing students for
the information age. In partnership with Information Technology
and the North West Center for Emerging Technology (NWCET), the
physics department has developed science content for these innovative
programs. Physics 109 supports the Technical Support program,
and science modules are being developed for infusion into Digital Media Arts courses.
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Either Physics 100 or Physics 104 provides students entering
this program with problem solving skills and an introduction
to relevant concepts such as motion and waves.
Physics programs offered at other schools
- Paper Science And Engineering
at the University of Washington requires the Physics 121-123
- Construction Management at the University of Washington requires Physics
114 and 115.
- Engineering Technology
at Western Washington University requires the Physics 121-123
- Industrial design and Industrial Technology at Western Washington University requires
Physics 114 and 115.
Other programs available in science teaching and research into learning physics
- Professional preparation of Teachers in Physics and Physical Science the Seattle Pacific University
Physics 121 through P225.
Last Updated September 30, 2019