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Associate of Science Programs in Chemistry

An Associate of Science has a number of purposes. It can provide additional qualifications for a current professional, it can help bridge the gap between different academic phases, or it can give students enough knowledge to find an entry-level job in their field of study. What is an Associate of Science in Chemistry? This program provides students with a solid foundation in chemistry and physical… Read more

An Associate of Science has a number of purposes. It can provide additional qualifications for a current professional, it can help bridge the gap between different academic phases, or it can give students enough knowledge to find an entry-level job in their field of study.

What is an Associate of Science in Chemistry? This program provides students with a solid foundation in chemistry and physical science so that they can either be admitted to a bachelor’s program or find employment in chemistry-related areas. Most programs will cover classes such as inorganic, organic, and biochemistry, and some programs will also focus on courses such as calculus and physics, that prepare students for pre-professional or pre-engineering programs. Most programs have laboratory study, as well as classroom study.

Chemistry is a challenging field, and students who receive their associate’s degree are sometimes more prepared for advanced chemistry courses. Laboratory experience also better prepares students for completing experiments in the real world.

The costs associated with earning this degree can vary quite a bit from one place to another. Factors that affect cost include the reputation of the school and the length of the program. Once students have narrowed down their choices, it is best to contact the schools directly to find out what the financial obligations would be.

Students who graduate with an associate’s degree in chemistry can often find work as chemistry laboratory technicians. With advanced degrees, students may find careers as biochemists, materials scientists, production chemists, research chemists, and chemistry teachers or professors. With an associate’s degree, students also have the chemistry background necessary for entering into a health professional or engineering program.

It is never too soon to start researching schools for a chemistry degree. Starting now, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Glendale Community College
Glendale, USA

Chemistry is a central branch of the physical sciences that focuses on the properties, composition, structure, and changes occurring in living and man-made matter. Chemists ap ... +

Chemistry is a central branch of the physical sciences that focuses on the properties, composition, structure, and changes occurring in living and man-made matter. Chemists apply scientific principles, develop theories, and devise complex methods and techniques for probing the laws that govern the composition of elements and reactions between substances with a goal to create new or improved products and processes for practical use. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
2 years
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 
Raritan Valley Community College
Branchburg, USA

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 progr ... +

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. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
2 years
English
Aug 2020
Campus
 
Pima Community College
Tucson, USA +6 More

Complete lower-division general education requirements for transferring to a university to pursue a major in the life sciences, physical sciences, or computer science. Student ... +

Complete lower-division general education requirements for transferring to a university to pursue a major in the life sciences, physical sciences, or computer science. Students interested in preparing for professional degrees in dentistry, medicine or veterinary science should complete this degree... -
Associate of Science
Full-time
2 years
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 
Community College of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, USA

The Associate of Science (A.S.) in Chemistry degree program is for students who wish to pursue baccalaureate studies in the chemical or physical sciences or who plan to contin ... +

The Associate of Science (A.S.) in Chemistry degree program is for students who wish to pursue baccalaureate studies in the chemical or physical sciences or who plan to continue with professional studies, such as pre-pharmacy, pre-medical or pre-dental programs. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
4 semesters
English
Campus
 
Southwestern Oregon Community College
Coos Bay, USA

The Associate of Science Degree in Chemistry at Southwestern Oregon Community College prepares students for transfer to a 4-year school as juniors in either chemistry or bioch ... +

The Associate of Science Degree in Chemistry at Southwestern Oregon Community College prepares students for transfer to a 4-year school as juniors in either chemistry or biochemistry majors. The curriculum provides fundamental knowledge of the major fields of chemistry, covering a full year of both general and organic chemistry. -
Associate of Science
Full-time
2 years
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 

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