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.
Currently enrolled students should check their Degree Works audit for specific course and program information. Students should also consult with a counselor or advisor for program specific information.
*It is essential to see a counselor regarding your program of study to verify course requirements and sequencing. To make an appointment, call 269.488.4100 (TTC) or 269.373.7800 (ACC) or 269.548.3205 (BHLC)