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Do you offer an associate degree in chemistry? I have completed about 20 units for chemical technology which involve analytical chemistry, general chemistry, instrumental lab, physics ans math.
It might be better to go for the BS in chemistry, but time is a factor for me since it is a requisite for my Chem Lab prerequisite.

How long will it take to earn AS in Chemistry?

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Asked by sergiox4 Wednesday Jun 1st 2011 in Financial Aid
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Currently, no we do not offer an associates degree in chemistry, so you may want to look into earning your BS in Chemistry. Typically, to earn as associates degree is around two-years, and four years for a bachelor's degree.

Check out this link to find more information about online chemistry programs.

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