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Associate in Science Degree:

Chemistry Studies

The Associate in Science degree with an area of emphasis in Chemistry Studies is intended for students who plan to complete a bachelor's degree at a transfer institution in a chemistry-related major.

Common university majors in this field include:

  • Biochemistry
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemical Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental Chemistry

This degree is designed to accommodate the differing requirements of a wide variety of transfer institutions and major options. Because admission and major preparation requirements vary at each transfer institution, courses used to complete this degree should be selected with the assistance of a
Miramar College counselor.

Courses Required for the Major Units
CHEM 200 General Chemistry I—Lecture 3
CHEM 200L General Chemistry I—Laboratory 2
CHEM 201 General Chemistry II—Lecture 3
CHEM 201L General Chemistry II—Laboratory 2
 

Select at least eight units from the following:

ASTR 101 Descriptive Astronomy PHYS 196 Electricity and Magnetism
CISC 192 C/C++ Programming PHYS 197 Waves, Optics, and Modern Physics
GEOL 104 Earth Science CHEM 231 Organic Chemistry I—Lecture
MATH 150 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I CHEM 231L Organic Chemistry I—Laboratory
MATH 151 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II CHEM 233 Organic Chemistry II—Lecture
MATH 252 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III CHEM 233L Organic Chemistry II—Laboratory
PHYS 195 Mechanics CHEM 251 Analytical Chemistry
Total Units 18
 

General Education:

In addition to the courses listed above, students must complete one of the general education options listed on page 71 of the College Catalog.

The IGETC pattern (page 93) is accepted by all CSU campuses and most UC campuses and majors. It is also accepted by some private/independent or out of state universities.

The CSU GE pattern (page 100) is accepted by all CSU campuses and some private/independent or out of state universities. It is not accepted by the
UC system.

The San Diego Community College District General Education pattern (page 76) may be appropriate for students transferring to a private/independent or out of state university or to a high-unit major. Students selecting this option should meet with a counselor to determine the appropriate General Education courses for their individual transfer goals.

It is strongly recommended that students consult with a counselor to determine which general education option is most appropriate for their
individual educational goals.

 
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