What You Will Learn
Chemical technicians play a vital role in fields involving medical drugs, environmental pollution analysis, cosmetics, chemicals, plastics, alternative energy sources, fabrics and foods. Chemical technicians use analytical techniques, many with state-of-the-art instrumentation, to aid in the development, testing and use of products.
Why Study at CCM?
Many faculty members have had industrial experience, are involved in research, and have published articles in peer-reviewed journals. In addition, many belong to professional organizations including the American Chemical Society, the The American Society for Microbiology and the Metropolitan Association of College and University Biologists.
Chemical research technicians, Quality control technicians, Plant control chemists, Chemical material and product analysts, Pollution analysts, Pilot plant supervisors, Product sales representatives, Forensic technicians