Why Choose Electron Microscopy?

This program is accessible to anyone with a high school diploma or GED and the ability to learn. If you're just out of high school or an adult looking for a career change, this program deserves your consideration. This program is "hands-on" and deals with very practical elements of electron microscopy. There are three main areas of study that are encompassed by this program which include use of equipment, sample preparation, and practical theory of the electron microscope.

Electron Microscopy Student

What are the degree and certificate options

Degrees

  • Associate in Science, Electron Microscopy - Biological
  • Associate in Science, Electron Microscopy - Materials

Certificates

  • Certificate, Electron Microscopy - Biological
  • Certificate, Electron Microscopy - Crystalline Material

For Degree and Certificate requirements, please visit the College Catalog.

What can I do with my degree/certificate?

Students can graduate within two years with an Electron Microscopy certificate specialized in Biological, Materials or both. The job market for trained microscopists is very good. Employment opportunities are found in industry, research laboratories, medical schools, hospitals, colleges and universities.

Consumer Information and Cost

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Who is teaching Electron Microscopy?

Additional Program Information

Contact:
Cathy Davis
Tel: (209) 954-5246
cdavis@deltacollege.edu