Chemistry majors develop critical thinking and observation skills, while learning lab techniques.


The Chemistry major, offered in the Department of Chemistry and Physical Sciences, provides students a solid grounding in organic and inorganic chemistry and practical experience with modern instrumentation.

Our Chemistry major is approved by the American Chemical Society.

Career Potential:

Students graduating with a chemistry degree have multiple career options. It's an excellent major for students interested in a career as a chemist in a wide range of industries or, with additional graduate work, in health-related fields such as PA (physician assistant), medicine, pharmacy, optometry, physical therapy, or medical technology.

Hands-On Learning:

Under the guidance of faculty, chemistry students at the Mount can participate in original chemistry research. Many research students are co-authors on published chemistry research papers and some present their work at regional professional meetings.

Our extensive cooperative education opportunities provide real-life experiences in industrial settings and research labs in greater Cincinnati. These co-op positions have often led to full-time positions for our students.


News and Updates

Stay up to date with the most recent chemistry program news and events; visit the department of chemistry page.

Solidify your choice in which college to attend by visiting our campus.

Our Scholarships, Grants, and Loans webpage provides valuable information and tools for helping you learn about college financial aid.

Additional Resources

  Faculty and Staff

Mark Fischer


Diana Davis


Meg Reistenberg
Associate Professor Emerita


Richard Hotz
Associate Professor


Eric Johnson
Department Chair & Associate Professor


Jamie Titus
Associate Professor


Christa Currie
Associate Provost of Academic Affairs


Susan Crane


Glenn Crisler
Assistant Professor

Colleen McSwiggin
Chemistry Lab Manager


  2020-2021 Undergraduate Rate Sheet [PDF] (69 KB)

View a complete listing of tuition, fees, and other costs associated with undergraduate study at the University.

  Chemistry Bachelor of Arts Curriculum Guide [PDF] (143 KB)
  Chemistry Bachelor of Science 2019-2020 Curriculum Guide [PDF] (143 KB)
  Chemistry Bachelor of Science 2020-2021 Curriculum Guide [PDF] (143 KB)