Microscopy majors study for three years at their home university or college to gain a solid liberal arts education and the required degree prerequisites in general, organic, and analytical chemistry, biology, instrumental analysis, calculus, and physics.
During the fourth year of study, students work alongside expert faculty at the Hooke College of Applied Sciences and industry professionals learning techniques and applications of state-of-the-art microscopes and instruments. Students graduate with a bachelor’s degree in either Applied Microscopy or Chemical Microscopy, giving them the education and experience needed to pursue a career in materials sciences, forensic sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, environmental science, government and military fields, among others.
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