Associate of Science Degree in Chemistry
The Chemistry major prepares students to transfer to four-year institutions for continued study in the field of chemistry. An A.S. degree may be sufficient for an individual to secure employment as an environmental technician, laboratory technician, safety manager, sanitarian, nurse, educator, or water-quality analyst. In the chemistry classes students learn how to apply the scientific method, how to read, analyze and interpret the data collected in the laboratory, how to communicate the conclusions effectively, both orally and in writing. They also learn proper lab procedure and safe handling of chemicals. Chemists are also employed with federal, state and local governments, such as the departments of Defense, Health, and Agriculture. Analytical chemist, biochemist, biotechnologist, dentist, educator, pharmacist, physician, forensic specialist, environmental/industrial health engineer, research chemist, occupational safety officer, and veterinarian are some of the careers for which and Associate degree in Chemistry prepares a student who subsequently obtains a university degree in the field.
|CH 001A||General Chemistry I||5|
|CH 001B||General Chemistry II||5|
|CH 010A||Organic Chemistry I||5|
|CH 010B||Organic Chemistry II||5|
|BI 005||Molecular And Cell Biology||5|
|BI 006||Biology Of Organisms||5|
|PH 003A||Engineering Physics||4|
|PH 003B||Engineering Physics||4|
|General Education Requirements (confer with Counselor)||18|
Consult catalog of transfer institution for specific requirements.