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Forensic Chemistry - Associate in General Studies


Since the transferability of courses will vary depending on the specific four-year institution, it is strongly recommended that if students are intending to transfer to a four-year institution, they must consult with the transfer institution and with their respective KCKCC advisor before enrolling in order to determine the transferability of their courses. It is the student's responsibility to follow the transfer requirements established by his/her transfer institution.

Contact

Curtis Smith, Ph.D.  - Interim Dean of Mathematics, Science and Business Technology Division  

DC Broil - Director of Forensic Laboratory

All first time degree-seeking students are required to take BLUE-0101, Freshman Seminar.  See exemptions

Course Number
Course Title
Hours
HUDV Requirement:
HUDV0100 First Year Experience or
1
HUDV0101 Strategies for Academic Excellence/Lifelong Learning
2
Total
1-2
Basic Skill Requirements:
ENGL0101 Composition I
3
ENGL0102 Composition II*
3
SPCH0151 Public Speaking or
SPCH0201 Interpersonal Communication
3
MATH0122 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I**
5
Total
14
Humanities Requirements:
Humanities Core Elective
3
Total
3
Social and Behavioral Science Requirements
SOSC0134 Criminology
3
Total
3
Natural and Physical Science Requirements
CHEM0111 College Chemistry I*
5
Biology Elective
4-5
Total
9-10
Total General Education Requirements
30-32
Forensic Chemistry Requirements
CHEM0101 Introduction to Forensic Science and Laboratory
5
CHEM0112 College Chemistry II and Lab*
5
CHEM0211 Organic Chemistry I* and
3
CHEM0213 Organic Chemistry I Lab*
2
CHEM0212 Organic Chemistry II* and
3
CHEM0214 Organic Chemistry II Lab*
2
CHEM0201 Forensic Science Analytical Techniques*
3
Physics Elective
4-5
Computer Science or Foreign Language Course
3-5
Total
30-33
Total hours required for an Associate in General Studies in Liberal Arts and Sciences in Forensic Chemistry:
60-66

*See course description for prerequisite.
**Mathematics sequence is contingent upon previous high school mathematics background and transfer institution. Students should confer with an adviser to determine correct placement

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