Monroe Community College




Chemistry is fundamental. To understand why an autumn leaf turns red, or why a diamond is hard, or why soap gets us clean, requires an understanding of chemistry. To design a synthetic fiber, a life-saving drug, or a space capsule requires knowledge of chemistry. The behavior of atoms, molecules, and ions determines the sort of world we have to live.

Chemistry is a worthwhile discipline because it prepares us for the real world. A college graduate with a degree in chemistry is in a good position to choose a useful and interesting career. Food chemistry, polymer chemistry, forensics, nursing, chemical oceanography, chemical sales-the list of career possibilities is long and varied. Even in times when unemployment rates are generally high, the chemist remains the scientist most in demand.

Location & Contacts

Brighton Campus

Building 8, Room 212
Hours: M-F 8:45 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Phone: (585) 292-2003