Chemistry

Students who enter the college and express an interest in the study of Chemistry have several course options and electives available. Assuming appropriate placement scores, Chemistry is a two-year degree, with flexibility to customize the program of study towards the student’s chosen career. A graduate with an associate chemistry degree is prepared to enter an undergraduate major leading to further training in several fields, including graduate and professional schools in chemistry and careers in research, industry, and education.

Employment/Job Opportunities:

  • Laboratory technician
  • Chemist
  • Quality control and assurance
  • Technical writing or sales
  • Forensic science
  • Chemical safety officer
  • Chemical information specialist
  • Environmental science
  • Product development

Additional Information:

Division Chair

Dr. Isaiah Kellogg , Division Chair

636-584-6685

Office: HS205


Union Faculty

Dr. Matthew Monzyk, Chemistry

636-584-6625

Office: HS204