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Chemical Technology AAS

Chemical Technology

Associate of Applied Science

This program prepares graduates for employment in chemical laboratory settings including pharmaceutical, paper, plastic, automotive, waste water, and environmental laboratories. Chemical technicians may work in research and development, product testing or general chemical analysis. Students must have one year of high school chemistry or take CHM 100.

Required Classes*
BIO 101Cellular Biology4
BIO 130Microbiology4
CHM 120General Chemistry I4
CHM 130General Chemistry II4
CHM 220Organic Chemistry I5
CHM 230Organic Chemistry II5
CHM 250Chemical Instrumentation4
ENG 110College Writing I3
ENG 127Technical Writing3
MATH 150College Algebra4
MATH 152Trigonometry3
MATH 220Probability and Statistics4
PHY 100Fundamentals of Physics4
WPE 101Principles of Fitness & Health2
Political Science3
Social Science3
Program Elective Courses 3
Minimum Total Credits: 62
What is a Chemical Technician?

*It is essential to see a counselor regarding your program of study to verify course requirements.

To make an appointment, call 269.488.4100 (TTC) or 269.373.7800 (ACC).