Chemistry Associate in Science Degree for UC Transfer
PROGRAM CODE: 1S41936
The Chemistry Associate in Science Degree for UC Transfer, also known as the Chemistry AS-UCT, prepares students for transfer to UC campuses that offer bachelor's degrees in chemistry. This program aligns with the UC Transfer Pathway (UCTP). The Chemistry AS-UCT introduces students to general and organic chemistry as well as allied coursework in both physics and mathematics, preparing students for further study in the discipline of chemistry. Coursework in the discipline of chemistry includes instruction in molecular-level interpretations regarding the properties and reactions of inorganic and organic substances. Students with a degree in chemistry may pursue careers in government agencies or various areas of industry, including environmental, pharmaceutical, and material chemistry. Transfer Agreement Guarantee (TAG) students completing this degree are guaranteed admission to the UC system, but not necessarily to a particular UC campus or major of their choice. In addition to completing the coursework and IGETC courses for this degree, students must meet the specified requirements as stated in the Transfer Agreement Guarantee and achieve a cumulative minimum grade point average of 3.5 in the major. This degree requires 48 units in the major, in addition to other graduation requirements.
|Required Core (48 units)|
|CHEM 111AF||General Chemistry I||5|
|CHEM 111BF||General Chemistry II||5|
|CHEM 211AF||Organic Chemistry I||5|
|CHEM 211BF||Organic Chemistry II||5|
|PHYS 221 F||General Physics I||4|
|PHYS 222 F||General Physics II||4|
|PHYS 223 F||General Physics III||4|
|MATH 151 F||Calculus I (formerly MATH 150AF)||4|
|or MATH 151HF||Honors Calculus I (formerly MATH 150HF)|
|MATH 152 F||Calculus II (formerly MATH 150BF)||4|
|or MATH 152HF||Honors Calculus II|
|MATH 251 F||Multivariable Calculus (formerly MATH 250AF)||4|
|MATH 252 F||Linear Algebra and Differential Equations (formerly MATH 250BF)||4|
Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
Outcome 1: Demonstrate knowledge of inorganic and organic 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.