Why choose chemical microscopy at North Central College?
Chemical microscopy involves the use of microscopes to solve chemical problems. Scientists use chemical microscopy to analyze forensic evidence and to solve problems in the pharmaceutical, environmental science, government and military fields, among others.
You’ll study for three years at North Central College and gain a solid liberal arts education. For your fourth year you’ll study and work alongside expert faculty at the Hooke College of Applied Sciences in nearby Westmont. You’ll finish with a bachelor’s degree in chemical microscopy and have the education and experience to give your career a distinct advantage.
You can also:
- Participate in the first partnership resulting in a chemical microscopy degree from a four-year institution and Hooke College of Applied Sciences, a world leader in the study of chemical microscopy.
- Learn techniques and applications using state-of-the-art microscopes and other instruments at Hooke College of Applied Sciences.
- Be flexible: Your first three years of study at North Central will prepare you for a major in chemistry and you can wait until your junior year to choose to major in chemical microscopy.
To learn more about experiences and opportunities here at North Central College as a chemical microscopy major, click here.