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Chemistry at Mission

Mission College chemistry students gain hands-on experience in a modern, clean and well equipped lab with a limited class size. Chemistry is your pathway to Biological Sciences, nuclear chemistry, chemical engineering, Pharmacy Tech, nanoscience, Nutritional Science, medicine and many more. You can:

  • Take courses that satisfy UC and Cal State transfer requirements.
  • Learn chemistry in a relaxed environment.
  • Take chemistry courses and work towards a career in nursing, fire tech or being a dental hygenist.
  • Be a part of our Honors Project and prepare yourself for higher-level work expected at four-year institutions.
  • Increase your chance of earning an academic scholarship at Mission or at the four-year school of your choice.

Note: Mission College does not offer an AS/AA degree or Certificate of Achievement in Chemistry.


Chemistry Courses

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Chemistry Internships

Peruse current internships through the Career Center.

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Fundamentals of Chemistry

CHM 030 courses are intended for nursing majors.

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Honors Chemistry

Mission offers honors chemistry courses that challenge students as a part of the Honors Transfer Project.

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Organic Chemistry

CHM 012 courses are intended for chemistry, engineering, pre-pharmacy, pre-denistry and bio majors.

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Survey of Chemistry

The survey class of general, bio and organic chemistry (CHM 060) is equivalent to CHM 30A and better suited for biology and nursing students.

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Interested in a Career in STEM?

Find out about all the interesting careers associated with the STEM field.

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