The chemist is concerned with the application of scientific principles to practical problems. Employment opportunities for chemists include theoretical research activities, and problem-solving in management, marketing, and production. Bachelor’s programs in chemistry are built on an in-depth foundation of sequential courses in science and math, while upper division courses provide the preparation necessary for graduate studies and/or work in industry. Students are strongly encouraged to complete the associate in science degree prior to transfer.
Degrees and Certificates
View the curriculum for each program in the current Academic Catalog. You can also access the entire catalog online. An archive of previous catalogs and addenda is also available.
Please visit Career Programs and Transfer Degrees, where you will find information describing the requirements needed to complete a degree or certificate.
A listing of course descriptions is available in the current Academic Catalog. For a listing of when courses are offered, consult the current course schedule or WebAdvisor.
Foreign Language Requirements: Some universities have a foreign language requirement.
Generally, four years of a single foreign language in high school or four semesters
of language in college will fulfill this requirement. It is
recommended that students complete the entire sequence at one institution.
Assoc. Prof. Christine Brooms
- Coordinator, Chemistry
- Office: Room 2297
- (708) 709-3604
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assoc. Prof. Medhat Shaibat
- Office: Room 2623
- (708) 709-7925
- email: email@example.com