The Associate of Science Degree in Chemistry prepares students for transfer into traditional bachelor’s degree programs in chemistry, as well as a variety of specialized programs at four-year colleges and universities. Chemistry graduates are employed in academic, industrial and clinical laboratories and in such fields as environmental science, chemical engineering, and chemical sales.
Graduates have transferred to such prestigious schools as Rutgers University, The College of New Jersey, Kean University and Rider University.
The chemistry laboratories are fully equipped with modern equipment, including such instrumentation as pH meters, electronic balances, spectrophotometers and gas chromatographs. Computers are used in data acquisition and analysis.
Graduates are able to:
- describe and apply current scientific principles and methodologies inherent to chemical research.
- describe the evolution of the models and theories pertaining to atomic structure and molecular bonding.
- use the theories and concepts of modern chemistry to analyze and solve problems in the field of chemistry.
- collect, analyze, and interpret quantitative data, using the appropriate method and instrumentation.
- communicate the results of analyses, laboratory investigations and literature searches in an appropriate professional writing style.
Duration & Price Tag
Start Date: August 2020
Duration: 2 years, full-time
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About the School
Raritan Community College is located in the suburban community of Branchburg, New Jersey, an hour’s drive from New York City. RVCC has been ranked as the best community college in New Jersey by BestC ... Read More