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Program for Chemistry Education

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In addition to the professional education requirements, students pursuing licensure in the field of chemistry (6-12) must complete the following courses with a grade of C or better:

Course Requirements

  • CH 137 General Chemistry I, 4 hours
  • CH 138 General Chemistry II, 3 hours
  • CH 140 Quantitative Analysis, 2 hours
  • CH 251 Organic Chemistry I, 4 hours
  • CH 252 Organic Chemistry II, 4 hours
  • CH 341 Instrumental Methods of Analysi, 4 hours
  • CH 370 Biochemistry, 3 hours
  • CH 381 OR 382 Laboratory Teaching in Chemistry, 1 hour
  • CH 491 Chemistry Seminar, 2 hours
  • ED 410 Methods of Teaching Science, 3 hours

One of the following courses (3 or 4 hours):

  • CH 350 Environmental Chemistry
  • CH 361 Physical Chemistry I
  • CH 440 Advanced Topics in Analytical Chemistry
  • CH 451 Advanced Topics in Organic Chemistry
  • CH 475 Advanced Topics in Inorganic Chemistry

Supporting Courses

  • BI 151 Molecular and Cellular Biology OR BI 251 Ecological and Organismal Biology, 4 hours
  • MA 171 Calculus I, 4 hours
  • MA 172 Calculus II, 4 hours
  • PC 141 The Solar System, 3 hours

  • PC 125 Introductory Physics I, 4 hours AND PC 126 Introductory Physics II, 4 hours
or
  • PC 225 General Physics I, 4 hours and PC 226 General Physics II, 4 hours

 Chemistry Teacher Licensure Requirements Checklist