Chemistry-based technology program resources
Chemistry-based technology programs are programs that focus primarily on preparing students for the workplace. While most are two-year programs, there are some four-year programs. Depending on the emphasis of the program, they have a variety of titles, such as Chemical Techology, Laboratory Technology, Process Technology, Biotechnology, etc. However, they all have chemistry at their core.
The following resources can help you build and strengthen your chemistry-based technology program.
- Effective practices for starting a chemistry-based technology program
Suggestions for building an new program, drawn from the experiences of successful programs
- Effective practices for growing a chemistry-based technology program
Suggestions for maintaining and growing an existing program, drawn from the experiences of successful programs
- Critical Issues and Effective Practices in Chemistry-Based Laboratory Technology Education
Report from a 2004 survey and conference
Partner with employers to ensure your graduates are ready to be hired, and partner with other academic institutions to ensure your students can advance their education
Find NSF and other grant sources to help you build your program
Learn how to improve the safety culture on your campus and prepare your students for the highly safety-conscious workplace
- Instructional materials
Find skill standards, textbooks, modules, and more