Chemistry

Sinclair offers an Associate of Science Chemistry Degree (CHEE.S.AS) for students who are planning to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a Bachelor’s degree program that requires two years of college chemistry.  

Our state-of-the-art facilities includes:

  • 4 lecture rooms
  • 4 labs
  • Research grade instruments
  • Chemistry Resource Center (CRC)

 

Why major in Chemistry?

Our programs are not limited to only those individuals interested in earning a degree in chemistry. Many students interested in pursuing the first two years of a program leading to a professional degree—pre-chiropractic, pre-dentistry, pre-medicine, pre-mortuary science, pre-optometry, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary, etc.) start with one of Sinclair’s science degree programs. If you are interested in starting a program with that intent, you should first meet with an academic advisor to plan your program.

This area of study might be for you if:
  • You are interested in the study of science, particularly of chemical substances and structures.
  • You like to explore and experiment to learn new things.
  • You would like to gain hands-on experience in a science field.
  • You often wonder how objects around you are created the objects’ properties of chemical substances and their interactions.

Information:

 

Available Programs

For program specific information click on the program below:

Associate of Science
Chemistry

The Associate of Science Chemistry emphasis is designed for students who are planning to transfer to a four-year college or university and pursue a baccalaureate degree program in Chemistry. The curriculum fulfills the freshman and sophomore general education requirements of most four-year colleges and universities. As part of this degree program, students must complete the requirements of the Ohio Transfer Module in order to graduate.

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Chemistry Resource Center

The Chemistry Resource Center is located in building 12, room 312. Call 937-512-2776 for hours of operation.


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