The Chemistry major prepares students to transfer to four-year institutions for continued study in the field of chemistry. While an A.S. degree may be sufficient for an individual to secure employment as an environmental technician, laboratory technician, safety manager, sanitarian, or water-quality analyst, most careers in the field require a B.S. or advanced degree. Analytical chemist, biochemist, biotechnologist, dentist, educator, forensic specialist, environmental/industrial health engineer, pharmacist, physician, research chemist, and veterinarian are some of the careers for which an Associate degree in Chemistry prepares a student who subsequently obtains a university degree in the field.
Upon successful completion of this degree, students will be able to: (1) Use basic architectural principles in elementary two & three dimensional design problem-solving. (2) Use graphics, including freehand drawing and computer applications, and physical models to communicate three dimensional design concepts and alternatives throughout a basic project design process. (3) Describe architectural precedents and traditions, in particular the influences of the 20th/21st century, as well as elementary climatic, technological, socioeconomic, and other cultural factors that impact the built environment and the practice of environmental design (4) Successfully carry out both individual and collaborative work as a part of a design team.
Begin a new career as an accounting assistant. Prepare for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam. Fulfill continuing education requirements for your CPA license. Earn a certificate, an associate's degree, or prepare to transfer.