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?
In the course of their studies, students will use laboratory instrumentation to analyze real-world samples. Class sizes are small and students receive individual attention as well as supplemental help and free tutoring, if needed.
Chemical technicians often work in laboratories or in manufacturing facilities, including chemical manufacturing plants. To enter the occupation, chemical technicians typically need an associateâ€™s degree or two years of postsecondary education. Some chemical technicians receive on-the-job training as well.