Elmhurst University’s 2+2 programs, developed in partnership with the College of DuPage (COD), provide a seamless transition to Elmhurst for COD students.
Students can earn both an associate degree and a bachelor’s degree in just four years by transferring up to 70 semester hours from COD to Elmhurst. In addition, for those who have completed COD’s data science certificate program, there is an opportunity for guaranteed admission to Elmhurst’s master’s in data science and analytics program.
COD students can start planning their transition as early as their first semester by following an academic transfer plan designed for their particular area of study. Students will receive expert advising from advisers and counselors on both campuses during their years of enrollment.
Did you know? Elmhurst is the No. 6 destination for transfer students from the College of DuPage. (Mobile users, scroll right.)
|School||Number of Students|
|1. University of Illinois Chicago||195|
|2. Lewis University||154|
|3. DePaul University||124|
|4. Northern Illinois University||122|
|5. Illinois State University||110|
|6. Elmhurst University||85|
|7. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign||78|
|8. North Central College||74|
|9. Aurora University||68|
|10. Columbia College Chicago||58|
COD-to-Elmhurst 2+2 Programs
STEM Degree Maps
Elmhurst’s partnership with College of DuPage now includes degree maps for transfer students interested in STEM Education—thanks to a generous grant from the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.
View the degree maps below, and contact the Director of Education Admission for more information.
Master’s in Data Science and Analytics Guaranteed Admission Agreement
Students who hold a bachelor’s degree and have completed College of DuPage’s Data Analytics Certificate Program will be offered guaranteed admission to the Elmhurst University Master’s in Data Science and Analytics program.
Admission may be for either the fall or spring term at Elmhurst University. To learn more about this articulation agreement, contact graduate admissions counselor Jim Fehring.