Chemistry

Program Summary

This program of study is designed for the student planning to transfer to a four-year baccalaureate degree program in chemistry. The following represents a suggested program of study and is intended to meet typical requirements of a transfer institution. The program may be modified to reflect student interests and/or the requirements of a particular transfer institution.

High school students who plan to major in chemistry and pursue a professional career should have strong preparation in mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics. Two years of algebra and trigonometry should be a minimum; additional math, especially calculus or per-calculus, is desirable.

Degree Offered:

Associate of Science in Chemistry

Classes Addressing Student Outcomes

CH177 Chemistry I w/ Lab
CH178 Chemistry II w/ Lab
CH225 Organic Chemistry I w/ Lab
CH235 Organic Chemistry II w/ Lab
MA178 College Algebra
MA205 Elements of Statistics
MA220 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
MA230 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II
MA240 Analytic Geometry & Calculus III
PH207 College Physics I w/ Lab
PH208 University Physics I w/ Lab
PH227 College Physics II w/ Lab
PH228 University Physics I w/ Lab

Suggested Program of Study

COURSE NO.COURSE NAMECR HR(S)
ORIENTATION 
SO100Student Success Seminar1
   
GENERAL EDUCATION COMPONENT 
EN176English Composition I3
EN177English Composition II3
 Oral Communications - Gen. Ed. 3
 Mathematics - Gen. Ed.3
 Natural Science with Lab - Gen. Ed.5
 Social/ Behavioral Science - Gen. Ed.3
 Social/ Behavioral Science - Gen. Ed.3
 Arts/ Humanities - Gen. Ed.3
 Arts/ Humanities - Gen. Ed.3
 Physical Education - Lifestyle or Skill1
 
SUGGESTED ELECTIVES
See advisor for appropriate course work selection.
30
CH177Chemistry I with Lab5
CH178Chemistry II with Lab5
CH225Organic Chemistry I with Lab5
CH235Organic Chemistry II with Lab5
MA220Analytic Geometry & Calculus I5
MA230Analytic Geometry & Calculus II5
MA240Analytic Geometry & Calculus III5
MA245Differential Equations3
 Computer Science Elective3
   
Min. Credit Hours to Graduate: 62