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Chemistry

Quick Facts

Summary

Enter the Workforce

Our program is designed to prepare you to work as an entry-level chemical technician.

Continue Your Studies

After earning your A.S. in Chemistry, you will have the first 2 years of the college curriculum you need to transfer to a university and complete a bachelor’s degree in chemistry.

Support Other Studies

Chemistry coursework is needed for the following programs of study:

  • Programs in the health science professions
  • Degrees in medicine, such as an M.D. or pharmacy degree
  • Non-science majors that require 8 hours in a single lab science
  • Science and engineering, which require 1 or 2 semesters of general chemistry
  • Chemistry or biochemistry

Program Options

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Contact

Northeast Campus

Marles McCurdy, Department Chair
817-515-6547
marles.mccurdy@tccd.edu

Northwest Campus

Juan Barbarin-Castillo, Physical Sciences Chair
817-515-7341
j.barbarin-castillo@tccd.edu

South Campus

Shelli Hull, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry
817-515-4539
shelli.hull @tccd.edu

Southeast Campus

John Coniglio, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry
817-515-3148
john.coniglio@tccd.edu

Trinity River Campus

Mark Eley, Associate Professor of Chemistry
817-515-1405
mark.eley@tccd.edu

Updated November 28, 2017