Chemistry Overview Provides a base of chemistry, physics, mathematics, and liberal arts courses to prepare a student for transfer to a Bachelor of Science (or Bachelor of Arts) program in Chemistry. What You'll StudyCourse Sequencing CHE Please note that transfer to many four-year colleges and universities may require the completion of four sequential semesters of World Languages. Transfer specialists recommend using electives to start language requirements at the community college prior to transfer. Curriculum Documents Chemistry (CHE) required courses - from our official academic catalog Degree completion worksheets to track your progress in this program are available from the Registrar's Office. To plan degree completion, see the course descriptions in the academic catalog which specify the planned semester(s) in which required classes are to be scheduled. This is just one way you might complete the Chemistry program in 4 semesters over 2 years of full-time study, or 8 semesters over 4 years of part-time study. (Sample course sequences assume that all pre-requisites have been satisfied and the student is prepared for college-level work.) For a detailed list of required courses, optional electives and program information, download the Chemistry program description from our official academic catalog.Course descriptions are also available in the catalog. Find courses Sample 2 Year Sequence of Courses Fall 1Spring 1Fall 2Spring 2 CHE 111 ENG Comp. I BIO 126 MAT 201 CHE 112 ENG Comp. II Behavioral/Social Sci Elective CSC 140 MAT 202 CHE 201 PHY 111 Humanities/Fine Arts Elective MAT 203 CHE 202 PHY 112 Behavioral/Social Sci Elective Humanities/Fine Arts Elective Sample 4 Year Sequence of Courses Fall 1Spring 1Fall 2Spring 2MAT 107 ENG Comp. I MAT 108 ENG Comp. II MAT 201 CHE 111 MAT 202 CHE 112 Fall 3Spring 3Fall 4Spring 4MAT 203 PHY 111 Humanities/Fine Arts Elective PHY 112 Behavioral/Social Sci Elective Behavioral/Social Sci Elective CHE 201 CHE 202 Humanities/Fine Arts Elective Program Learning Outcomes Students completing a course of study in this program will be able to: Quantitative Reasoning – Upon completion of an associate degree in Chemistry, students will be able to quantitatively analyze chemical models and theories, and apply this knowledge to solve new problems Critical Thinking – Upon completion of an associate degree in Chemistry, students will be able to apply concepts in General and Organic Chemistry to solve new problems Laboratory (Critical Thinking & Quantitative Reasoning) – Upon completion of an associate degree in Chemistry, students will be able to design experiments and conduct them using good laboratory practices, including record-keeping and safe handling of chemicals. Students will also be able to create graphs, analyze numerical and qualitative data, and interpret their qualitative and quantitative results by applying chemical models and theories What's Next Transfer to a Baccalaureate program in Chemistry.