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    Temple College
   
 
  Oct 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Associate of Science - Chemistry


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AS CHEM can lead to university transfer for a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Chemistry with Teaching Certification in Chemistry or Physical Science. AS CHEM is also ideal for students interested in pre medical, dental, pharmacy, or veterinary programs. AS CHEM students interested in these bachelor’s degrees must work with an academic advisor or Chemistry department chair to determine transferrable coursework.

Students following this degree plan will be required to pass Computer Competency Exam in order to graduate.

First Semester


Meet with academic advisor or department chair to obtain copy of transfer university degree plan and to determine G.P.A. needed to transfer to desired university.

Semester Credit Hours: 14


Second Semester


Schedule a campus tour with the transfer university.

Semester Credit Hours: 17


Third Semester


Confirm courses for completion of AS degree. Start applying for admission to transfer university and send first official transcript to transfer university.

Semester Credit Hours: 14


Fourth Semester


Apply for graduation for AS Chemistry. Confirm admission to transfer university, and send final official transcript to transfer university at end of semester.

Semester Credit Hours: 15


Grand Total Hours: 60


**Meet with an academic advisor or department chair to discuss degree requirements and university specific transfer courses for your transfer university.

 1If you cannot take 16-17 hours in the semester, we recommend you take this course in the summer.

 Important Note: AS CHEM students are strongly encouraged to complete the following courses prior to transfer: MATH 2415

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