Industrial Chemistry Technology
- Major Courses and General Education Courses
- Admission and Transfer Requirements
- Graduation Requirements
Why Choose Industrial Chemistry Technology?
Students in the Industrial Chemistry Technology program are trained in general, organic, analytical and instrumental chemistry. In addition, specialty classes focus on the chemical industry, safety issues and statistical process control.
The Industrial Chemistry Technology courses also provide an excellent gateway into other science-based majors, including biology, chemistry, optometry, and pharmacy. This program is designed to give students the improved laboratory skills and analytical abilities that will help them to excel in other four-year programs.
All classes are taught by faculty with many years of experience in industrial chemistry. The Ferris Industrial Chemistry Technology program is one of only a few such programs approved by the American Chemical Society.
Industries throughout Michigan and the Midwest are using increasingly sophisticated chemical procedures. Consequently, industrial leaders are becoming more concerned about health hazards and safety factors. These companies need better-trained chemistry technicians, and many managers seek Ferris graduates to fill the demand.
Graduates find jobs in a variety of industries, including chemical, plastics, pharmaceutical, environmental, paint, food, automotive, petroleum and personal care products.
ADVISOR: Prof. Bill Killian
EMAIL: [email protected]
Department of Physical Sciences
Ferris State University
820 Campus Drive/ASC 3021
Big Rapids, MI 49307-2225
This degree requires completion of the General Education requirements for an Associate in Applied Science degree. Details of these requirements are delineated on the General Education website. Courses listed below as program/major required courses with the indicators C, S, Z, R, G may also be used to satisfy some of these general education requirements.