Cook Carillon Tower
An Allendale Campus icon, the Cook Carillon Tower chimes every quarter hour with a computerized system, but is also played during events and concerts by local and visiting carillonists.
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Grand Rapids Community College
Program Guide: Chemistry
|EN 100 or 101||3|
|CHM 130 + 131 or 150 + 151||5|
|Social science elective||3|
|CHM 140 + 141 or 160 + 161||5|
|World Perspective elective||3|
|PH 245 or 125||4-5|
|CHM 260 + 261||5|
|U.S. Diversity elective||3|
|CHM 270 + 271||5|
|PH 246 or 126||4-5|
- Degrees offered: B.S., B.A.
- Students seeking the B.A. degree are required to demonstrate third semester competence in a foreign language.
- Students interested in teacher certification should take PY 201 as a social science elective.
- This guide fulfills the Michigan Transfer agreement (MTA). Social science elective must be a non-PS course. Humanities electives must be selected from different disciplines. Please check with your community college advisor for additional associate degree requirements. GVSU will still honor the MACRAO agreement.
- Students may need to enroll in MA 131 prior to MA 133.
- Accreditation: Committee on Professional Training of the American Chemical Society.
- Students interested in the following emphasis areas should take the MA 134: professional (required), biochemistry & biotechnology and environmental(attendind graduate school), and secondary education
- The professional emphasis requires MA 134, PH 245, and PH 246. All others can take PH 125 & 126 and do not need MA 134.
- If time permits, students may also take CHM 280 + 290
- Students interested in the biochemistry/biotechnology emphasis can take BI 151
- The following emphasis area are available: secondary teaching, technical, professional, biochemistry/biotechnology and environmental.
- IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT STUDENTS SEE THE GRCC COUNSELING AND CAREER CENTER FOR A LIST OF COURSES THAT WILL FULFILL ELECTIVES.
- World Perspectives electives: AN 201, AN 210, AN 285, BA 288, EC 290, EN 252, EN 281, EN 282, FR 232, GR 232, GE 135, GE 210, GE 296, HS 101, HS 102, HS 120, HS 121, HS 230, HS 239, HS 240, HS 241, HS 242, HS 290, HS 295, PS 201, PS 202, PS 215, SP 232
- U.S. Diversity electives: AN 280, COM 235, EN 251, EN 261, EN 270, EN 271, EN 272, EN 278, GE 281, HS 215, HS 249, HS 250, HS 281, PL 207, SO 254, SO 260, SO 261, SO 262, SO 265, SO 270
Chemists with bachelor's degrees find employment in all areas of manufacturing, agribusiness, energy production, and health care, and in a wide variety of industrial, governmental, and medical laboratories. Areas of employment include product development and testing, quality control, environmental monitoring, and pollution control. Outside of the laboratory, chemists are employed by chemical and pharmaceutical companies in sales, technical service, and various phases of business.
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