Chemistry, Bachelor of Science with a Concentration in Chemistry Education

Requirements

A Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry with a Concentration in Education requires a minimum of 39 credits of course work in Chemistry and a minimum of 39 credits in the College of Education.

Chemistry Requirements
CHEM 1180
CHEM 1184
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
4
CHEM 1190
CHEM 1194
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
and GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY
4
CHEM 2250ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I3
CHEM 2260ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II3
CHEM 2274ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY2
CHEM 2400
CHEM 2404
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS
and QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS LAB
4
CHEM 2500INTRODUCTION TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY3
CHEM 3350
CHEM 3354
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I
and PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I LABORATORY
4
CHEM 3360PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II3
CHEM/BIOL 4650BIOCHEMISTRY I (with the following lab)3
CHEM/BIOL 4654BIOCHEMISTRY I LABORATORY1
Advanced Courses
Select 5 credit hours from advance courses (listed below)5
Total Credits39
Advanced Courses
Analytical
CHEM 3414INSTRUMENTAL METHODS1
CHEM 3424SPECTROMETRIC CHARACTERIZATIONS1
CHEM 4400INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS3
CHEM 4404INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY1
Biochemistry
CHEM/BIOL 4660BIOCHEMISTRY II3
CHEM/BIOL 4664BIOCHEMISTRY II LABORATORY1
CHEM 4670PROTEIN PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION2
Inorganic
CHEM 3514INORGANIC PREPARATIONS1
CHEM 4500ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY3
CHEM 4510SOLID STATE INORGANIC CHEMISTRY3
CHEM 4540GEOCHEMISTRY3
Medicinal
CHEM 3710ESSENTIALS OF MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY3
Organic
CHEM 3210INTRODUCTION TO MOLECULAR MODELING3
CHEM 4230ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY - SYNTHESIS3
CHEM 4240ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY - MECHANISM3
CHEM 4250ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY: MECHANISM AND MODELING4
Physical
CHEM 3364PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY II LABORATORY1
Polymer
CHEM 4310POLYMER CHEMISTRY3
Research
CHEM 4950CHEMISTRY PROJECTS1
CHEM 4960CHEMISTRY PROBLEMS1-3
Internship
CHEM 4810CHEMISTRY INTERNSHIP1-6
Special Topics
CHEM 4930SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEMISTRY1-3

Educator Preparation Program Requirements

TED 2100EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS3
TED 2200HUMAN RELATIONS FOR BIAS-FREE CLASSROOMS3
TED 2300HUMAN GROWTH AND LEARNING3
SPED 3800DIFFERENTIATION AND INCLUSIVE PRACTICES3
TED 2400PLANNING FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING6
TED 3550SECONDARY CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT3
TED 3690LITERACY AND LEARNING3
TED 4000SPECIAL METHODS IN THE CONTENT AREA3
TED 4600CLINICAL PRACTICE AND SEMINAR: ELEMENTARY OR SECONDARY LEVEL12

Required Cognate Courses

MATH 1950CALCULUS I5
MATH 1960CALCULUS II5
Select one of the following sequences:
Sequence I
PHYS 2110
PHYS 1154
GENERAL PHYSICS I - CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
5
PHYS 2120
PHYS 1164
GENERAL PHYSICS-CALCULUS LEVEL
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
5
Sequence II
PHYS 1110
PHYS 1154
GENERAL PHYSICS I WITH ALGEBRA
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY I
5
PHYS 1120
PHYS 1164
GENERAL PHYSICS
and GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY II
5

Additional Information

To graduate certified to teach high school chemistry, a biology and geology course are required. BIOL 1450 is required and CHEM 4540/GEOL 1104 are recommended.
 
To graduate with an ACS certified degree, see your chemistry advisor for proper course selection.