Welcome to the LACC Chemistry Department
The Los Angeles City College Chemistry Department is dedicated to the success of all our students. We offer our students the chance to excel by creating a warm and open atmosphere for learning with dedicated faculty, and by investing in a community spirit through our extra-curricular activities.
The chemistry discipline offers the complete range of chemistry courses necessary to complete your program of study as well as an opportunity to obtain an AS degree in Chemistry.
Many departmental courses satisfy the IGETC and CSU physical science requirement. Whether you are a science major on the fast track to becoming a chemist, geologist, engineer, doctor, nurse, or pharmacist, or a non-science major looking to just fulfill your GE requirement, all of your chemistry science courses can be completed here, day or night.
The LACC Chemistry Department offers the latest technology and information for both the lab and lecture settings.
The Los Angeles City College Chemistry Department is currently residing in the science building for Life Science, Chemistry, and Nursing & Dental Technology. The upper-level courses currently give students access to new instrumentation like the Anasazi EFT-60 NMR Spectrometer, FTIR, UV-Vis spectrometers, and Gas Chromatagram (GC). The department offers small classes with extensive instructor interaction.
Our labs are equipped with full computer capabilities and provide the best teaching facility in the county.
The mission of the LACC Department of Chemistry is to deliver a contemporary, rigorous curriculum in all of our disciplines at every level to prepare our students for transfer and the workforce, and to teach with a student-friendly and learning-centered approach to allow students to achieve their goals and to meet and exceed established educational and industry standards.
Glen Baghdasarian, Ph.D.
Phone: (323) 953-4000 ext 2600
For the fastest response, please send an email.
To have your prerequisites waived, please contact the Counselling Department.
If a class is open and you are unable to enrol (and already have the correct prerequisites) please email Admissions.