What is the Chemistry program?
Chemistry is at the forefront of all human activities ranging from cooking to nursing to rocket science. A basic understanding of chemistry is required for all health and biosciences fields as well as science-related professions in STEM fields and technical careers in the industry. Our program not only addresses these areas but also prepares those students wishing to pursue careers in academia.
What will I learn?
The composition, structure, and properties of matter and the changes it undergoes. Students can experience direct contact with substances that compose our world—elements, compounds, and mixtures—examining and analyzing them both manually and instrumentally. Most of our courses are embedded with hands-on labs which reinforce learning through application.
What can I do with this course of study?
Students may choose to pursue careers as nurses, doctors, dentists, pharmacists, veterinarians, photographers, firefighters, chemists, biologists, geologists, engineers, and physicists.
Last updated 5/19/2021
What's special about this program?
Core classes transfer to most four-year universities. The ChemSpot is a tutoring and learning center staffed by faculty and student tutors providing on-demand help with math and chemistry topics.
Natural Sciences Department Administration
The Natural Sciences Department consists of three administrative positions:
· The Dean of Academic Success / Arts and Sciences manages multiple departments including Natural Sciences.
· The Department Chair manages the department and collaborates with the college to ensure that the department is functioning to meet the college’s needs.
· The Program Coordinator assists the Department Chair with managing the program based on the standards and regulations of the accrediting body.
The Natural Sciences department administrators are:
|Conrad Krueger, Ed.D.||Teanna Staggs, Ph.D.||David Wood, Ph.D.|
|Dean of Academic Success/Arts & Sciences||Department Chair / Natural Sciences Department||Department Coordinator/Natural Sciences Department|
1819 N. Main Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212
|CAC 345 / CG 207||CG 204|
|(210) 486-0840||(210) 486-0063|
Staff Contact Information
|Deborah (Debbie) Dye
Chemistry Lab Technician
Faculty Contact Information
Assistance is available through the call center (210-212-5266), the LiveChat in the bottom right corner, and the zoom room available at https://alamo.zoom.us/j/96204747346.
Dr. Teanna Staggs
Location: Chance Academic Center 345
Dr. David Wood
Location: Chemistry Geology 204
Location: Chemistry Geology 207