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Chemistry

Chemistry for the Real World

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Is Chemistry for You?

Consider a career in chemistry! If you like...

  • Science and math,
  • Working with your hands,
  • Performing laboratory experiments, and/or
  • Computer modeling.

Perseverance, curiosity, and the ability to concentrate on details and work independently are essential skills for a career in this field.

As Our Student, You Will Have Opportunities To:

  • Combine theory with real-world chemistry.
  • Learn in high-tech college labs.
  • Work as an intern in government and commercial labs.
  • Make useful career or networking contacts.

We continuously update our courses to reflect the technological changes and advances that occur in today's laboratories.

You can choose to earn:

  • An Associate of Technical Arts degree, which provides you with the skills you need for immediate job opportunities.
  • An Associate of Science degree, which transfers to four-year universities allowing you to complete a bachelor's degree.

Whichever road you choose, Edmonds College offers you the right chemistry.