Associate in Science, Transfer Track #1, AS-T, Planning Guide
The Chemistry program at Skagit Valley College is designed to serve the diverse needs of the community by inspiring students with an interest in discovery and a desire for lifelong learning, as well as by promoting critical thinking skills. The Chemistry program provides solid foundations in general chemistry (CHEM& 121 , CHEM& 161 , CHEM& 162 , and CHEM& 163 ) and organic chemistry (CHEM& 131 , CHEM& 241 , CHEM& 242 , and CHEM& 243 ) for students majoring in science, engineering, nursing, and environmental science. CHEM& 121 and CHEM& 131 form a series designed for health and environmental sciences students. The CHEM& 160 series is designed for science and engineering majors. The CHEM& 200 series is designed for science majors. All include lab work. Non-science majors with an interest in chemistry should take CHEM& 105 or CHEM& 110 which are excellent classes for those with no chemistry experience to take in preparation for other chemistry courses. CHEM& 105 is a non-lab course and CHEM& 110 includes a lab.
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If you are considering a major in Chemistry and transferring to a four-year college or university in Washington state, our Transfer Program Planning Guide is designed to provide you with recommended courses to complete your Associate in Science - Transfer Track #1, AS-T degree. Of course, educational plans may vary, based on which quarter you begin, how many credits are taken, placement into Math and English, and your preferred transfer institution. To keep you on the best pathway, we encourage you to consult with an Academic Advisor for scheduling options.
Program Maps are an integral part of our Planning Guide. Each Program Map includes a suggested quarterly sequence of courses so you could earn your degree within two years of full-time study. Your Program Map is also designed to help you create an individualized, customized Educational Plan, which is required of all SVC students. To start creating your Educational Plan, please consult with an Academic Advisor.