Building and renewing our curriculum is our highest priority.

As a comprehensive community, MCC offers a wide variety of programs to serve the diverse educational needs of Monroe County residents. The College is authorized by the New York State Board of Regents to award three degrees: the associate in arts (AA), the associate in science (AS), and the associate in applied science (AAS). Transfer degrees have programs in liberal arts (AA and AS), while programs in business administration, communication and media studies, computer information systems, computer science, engineering science, performing arts (music), office technology, and physical education lead to the AS degree.

To meet the growing need for employee training and education in the Monroe County area, MCC offers a variety of programs, both non-credit and credit, to companies and organizations to increase the skill level of area employees.

The Office of Curriculum and Program Development strives to facilitate faculty innovation and academic improvement by streamlining the processes through which our curriculum is developed, assessed, reviewed, and revised.