Arts and Sciences/A.A.
If pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree, six credit-hours of a foreign language at the intermediate level are required. If pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree, a foreign language is not required.
Career Opportunities: Upon completion of the B.S. in chemistry, a student can secure employment as a chemist in various industries such as chemical, iron and steel, paper or petroleum. Another option is to pursue an advanced degree in chemistry such as a Masters or Doctorate.
The B.A. program allows students to pursue advanced degrees in chemistry or to apply for admission to professional schools such as medicine, pharmacy or dentistry. Admission requirements to these advanced studies can easily be accommodated within the B.A. program.
Requirements for Graduation
In order to earn an Associate of Arts Degree in Arts and Sciences with a major in Chemistry, a student must complete a minimum of 63 credit-hours of required and elective course work.