College of Arts & Sciences

Department of Chemistry

Requirements for the Chemistry Major: Education Option

 

GEP Signature Courses (See Curricula): six courses

GEP Variable Courses (See Curricula): six to nine courses, including
Mathematics:
MAT 161 - Calculus I 
Natural Science:
CHM 120 - General Chemistry I 
CHM 120L - General Chemistry Laboratory I 

GEP Overlays (See Curricula): three courses 

GEP Integrative Learning Component: three courses
Mathematics:
MAT 162 - Calculus II 
Physics:
PHY 105-106 - University Physics I-II
PHY 105L-106L - University Physics Laboratory I-II

GEP Electives: any ten courses (nine courses are used for the minor in education)

Major Concentration: Chemistry: nine courses
Foundation Course Requirements:
CHM 125 - General Chemistry II
CHM 125L - General Chemistry Laboratory II
CHM 210-215 - Organic Chemistry I-II
CHM 210L-215L - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I-II
CHM 310-315 - Physical Chemistry I-II
CHM 330 - Instrumental Analysis
CHM 330L - Instrumental Analysis Laboratory
CHM 340 - Biochemistry
CHM 350 - Inorganic Chemistry
CHM 420 - Environmental Chemistry

Enrollment in CHM 390 Chemistry Seminar is required for each semester for junior and senior chemistry education majors.

Minor Concentration: Secondary Education Certification
EDU 151 - Education Psychology - 4 credits
EDU 160 - Schools in Society - 4 credits
SPE 230 - Education of the Special Learner - 3 credits
EDU 353 - Reading in the Content Areas - 3 credits
EDU 418-419 - Instructional Techniques Science - 4 credits
EDU 491 - Secondary School Student Teaching - 12 credits