Co-major in Chemistry (9-12) and a Co-major in Middle/Secondary Education.
Note: A Co-major cannot be a stand-alone major.
Note: Chemistry 9-12 is typically combined with the General Science (5-8) licensure for completion of the full scope of 5-12 science licensure.
Plus Block 3 curriculum and instruction special methods course and field experience III:
- EDUC 318 Curriculum and Instruction for Science (5-12) (4 credits)
- EDUC 344 Field Experience III: Science (0 credit)
- CHEM 111 General Chemistry I (4 credits) and CHEM 112 General Chemistry II (4 credits)
- CHEM 115 Accelerated General Chemistry (4 credits)
- CHEM 201 Organic Chemistry I (4 credits)
- CHEM 202 Organic Chemistry II (4 credits)
- CHEM 300 Quantitative Analysis (4 credits)
- CHEM 331 Chemical Thermodynamics and Reaction Dynamics (4 credits)
- CHEM 481 Seminar (1 credit)
- CHEM 484 Seminar (1 credit)
- CHEM 491 Individual Research (2 or 4 credits)
- MATH 113 Calculus I (4 credits)
- MATH 114 Calculus II (4 credits)
- PHYS 211 Introduction to Classical Physics I (4 credits)
- PHYS 212 Introduction to Classical Physics II (4 credits)
- Demonstrated competence on all required state standards
To complete a major in Chemistry (B.A.), additional courses are required. See Chemistry section in the catalog