Chemistry Associate in Arts Degree
PROGRAM CODE: 2A03873
The Chemistry Associate in Arts Degree prepares students for further study in chemistry or related physical and life science disciplines. This degree will provide a background in general chemistry while providing skills for possible entry-level employment in science-related industries or laboratories. This degree requires 18-20 units of which 10 units are in required courses, and 8-10 units must be chosen from the restricted electives listed below.
|Required Courses (10 units):||10|
|General Chemistry I||5|
|General Chemistry II||5|
|Restricted Electives (8-10 units):||8-10|
|Organic Chemistry I||5|
|Organic Chemistry II||5|
|Calculus I (formerly MATH 150AF)||4|
or MATH 151HF
|Honors Calculus I (formerly MATH 150HF)|
|Calculus II (formerly MATH 150BF)||4|
or MATH 152HF
|Honors Calculus II|
|Physics for the Life Sciences I||4|
|Physics for the Life Sciences II||4|
|Physics with Calculus for the Life Sciences I||4|
|Physics with Calculus for the Life Sciences II||4|
|General Physics I||4|
|General Physics II||4|
|General Physics III||4|
Outcome 1: Demonstrate knowledge of inorganic chemistry appropriate for general chemistry and have the ability to articulate this chemical knowledge in verbal, written, and/or computational form.
Outcome 2: Demonstrate the ability to conduct experiments, analyze data, and interpret results, while observing responsible and ethical scientific conduct.
Outcome 3: Demonstrate the use of proper procedures and regulations for safe handling and use of chemicals.