All of the chemistry courses offered at BCTC may be counted towards the science component of the General Education Requirements for any Associate degree. Some programs require a specific chemistry course or courses. For example, nuclear medicine technology requires both CHE 104 and 106. Check your individual program requirements or speak to an advisor.
Students intending to pursue any four year baccalaureate degree at the University of Kentucky are required to follow the University Studies Program Requirements. The Natural Sciences component is fulfilled by completing 6 hours in courses listed under this requirement.
Note that CHM 105 and CHM 107 are taught only at the community college. When taken concurrently with CHE 105 and CHE 107 respectively, they will transfer as the equivalent of CHE 115.
In all cases students should check their program requirements for which courses may be preferred or required. Many degrees require the CHE105-107 courses. For example, medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, etc.
For more information on adding a Chemistry Focus Area to your AS Degree click here.