The foundation to better understand how matter interacts and transforms at the molecular level. This branch of science has provided improved living standards with breakthroughs in pharmaceutical healthcare and environmental sustainability. A central science Chemistry is everywhere. It is a foundation for understanding and relating other sciences such as biology, biochemistry, geology, and environmental sciences to each other. Many professional disciplines, such as dentistry, pharmacology, and medicine, require first- and second-year chemistry as prerequisites.Chemistry coursesRelated programsCamosun offers flexible programs that give you the chance to explore your passion for Chemistry and Biotechnology:Applied Chemistry and Biotechnology, DiplomaArts and Science Studies DiplomaAssociate of Arts Degree in General ArtsAssociate of Science Degree in General ScienceUniversity TransferNeed to upgrade your high school chemistry to gain admission requirements? You can take Chemistry 11 or 12 level courses at Camosun.In the classroomYou'll study the physical nature of matter and how its transformation can either benefit or harm our existence. You'll also develop hands-on technical and problem-solving skills.All of our first and second-year courses have university transfer credit. We also offer upgrading (CHEM 070, CHEM 100 and CHEM 110) and nutrition (CHEM 117) for pre-dietetics program students.Need help on topics, skills or assignments? Our drop-in Science Help Centre offers chemistry tutoring.Part-time or full-time studiesYou can take Chemistry courses within one of our 2-year programs or as individual courses on a part-time basis. If you plan to take Chemistry courses on their own, you will select University Transfer as your program option when you apply online to Camosun."Chlorine is a deadly poison gas employed on European battlefields in World War 1. Sodium is a corrosive metal which burns upon contact with water. Together they make a placid and unpoisonous material, table salt. Why each of these substances has the properties it does is a subject called Chemistry."Carl SaganChemistry facultyOur instructors are experienced chemists with specialized industrial and academic backgrounds in organic, inorganic, organometallic, physical chemistry, electrochemistry and biochemistry. Meet the facultyContact information School of Arts & Science Campus locationFisher 104 Office hours: 8am-4:30pmLocation linkLansdowne email@example.comJohn Lee | Chemistry & Geoscience Chair Contact Admissions for information about applying to Camosun.Follow the School of Arts & Science on Facebook.