Since chemistry deals with the composition, structure and interactions of matter, the study of chemistry is basic to all sciences. This degree prepares the student to enter the allied health and other medical fields such as nursing, pre-med, and medical laboratory technology. This degree also prepares the student to enter programs in aerospace, agriculture, biology, engineering, environmental science, and petroleum engineering.
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Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program you will be able to:
- Communicate chemical information using oral, written or digital presentation techniques.
- Locate scientific literature.
- Evaluate scientific literature.
- Solve problems with scientific methods.
- Use proper laboratory techniques.
- Identify issues involving chemistry in society.
- Apply core concepts of chemistry.
- Explain chemical processes.
- Integrate concepts from several disciplines around a central chemistry theme.
- Illustrate scientific data with graphs, tables, or text.
- Use chemical instrumentation.
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Chemistry students can benefit from participation in a number of student organizations:
- Club of Medical and Natural Sciences - Southeast Campus
- Engineering and Science Association - Northeast Campus
- MAD (Making A Difference) Scientist Club - West Campus
- Science Club - Metro Campus
For more information speak with any Chemistry faculty or inquire at the Student Life office on campus.
View a semester-by-semester course plan of study and information on how this degree transfers to other colleges and universities on the Chemistry Degree Map .