A various range of chemistry courses are offered at MCC to meet the goals of the science majors, pre professional students (medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, etc), as well as non-science majors. Chemistry faculty strives to prepare students to transfer into four-year institutions or professional programs by providing a high-quality educational experience.
Learning chemistry helps to develop skills that can be easily transferred to other fields beyond the realm of science.
MCC offers a range of chemistry electives to choose from including: health sciences, general chemistry and organic chemistry. Electives include ample laboratory time to gain hands-on experience working with various materials.
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As a central science, a degree in chemistry opens up various career options. Chemists study the makeup of substances, how they interact and changes they undergo. One of the popular career paths for the chemists are in the area of research and development.
Chemists can work in a wide variety of industries including plastics, textiles, cosmetics, petroleum refinery, food processing, water and sewage treatment, health sciences, patent law, information science, sales and marketing, government agencies and teaching.
Even if you choose a career in a different field, the skills you gain in chemistry courses are valuable and applicable to almost any career.
Many MCC students plan to transfer. Whatever your transfer destination, we'll work to make sure your credits move easily. That's why we're experts at it.
We've worked out specific transfer agreements with many four-year colleges and universities, so make sure you speak with an academic advisor before enrolling, particularly since transfer agreements can change based on curriculum revisions.