Recommended Program

An Associate of Science Degree is a 2 year program.

A student wishing to transfer to another institution to complete a Bachelors degree can transfer all courses from their Associate of Science to any University in B.C. providing the overall average is 60% or better. This is a benefit, because Universities will not give transfer credit for certain individual courses with a mark of less than 60%.

Some universities give preferred entrance to students with an Associate of Science.

An Associate of Science gives the student 60 credits towards their Bachelors degree (usually 120 credits in total).

Students may need to take some further 2nd year courses at the University to fulfill the requirements of that institution. Refer to the program requirements of the receiving institution. You can find these on the institution web site.

Students planning to transfer to specialized programs may be better advised to take specific courses rather than trying to fulfill the requirements of the Associate Degree.

The following is the recommended program for students pursuing a degree in Chemistry.

Year 1

Year 2

CHEM 111 or 112 and CHEM 121 

 

CHEM 212 and 222 - (Organic Chemistry I and II) 

PHYS 111 or 112 and PHYS 121 or 122

 

CHEM 211 - (Physical Chemistry)

MATH 112 and 122

 

CHEM 221 - (Inorganic Chemistry)

2 of ENGL 100, 150, 151, and 153

 

CHEM 226 - (Analytical Chemistry)

2 Science electives

 

MATH 212 and 221

 

 

1  - 200 level Science elective

 

 

2 Arts electives


Students may need to take some further 2nd year courses at the University to fulfill the requirements of that institution. Refer to the program requirements of the receiving institution. You can find these on the institution web site.

Students planning to transfer to specialized programs may be better advised to take specific courses rather than trying to fulfill the requirements of the Associate Degree.

Need more help? 
Please contact the Chemistry Department Chair: chemistry.chair@okanagan.bc.ca