B.S. in Chemistry and Education with Endorsement in Secondary Education in Physical Sciences

Major Requirements/Chemistry (36 credits) 1
CE-111General Chemistry I3
CE-111LGeneral Chemistry Laboratory I1
CE-112General Chemistry II3
CE-112LGeneral Chemistry Laboratory II1
CE-221Quantitative Analysis3
CE-221LQuantitative Analysis Laboratory2
CE-241Organic Chemistry I3
CE-241LOrganic Chemistry Laboratory I2
CE-242Organic Chemistry II3
CE-242LOrganic Chemistry Laboratory II2
CE-311Chemical Literature1
CE-322Instrumental Analysis3
CE-322LInstrumental Analysis Laboratory1
CE-341Physical Chemistry I3
CE-341LPhysical Chemistry I Laboratory1
CE-410Seminar1
Select 3 credits from Chemistry 400+ level (excluding CE-499)3
Major Requirements/Education (24 credits) 2
ED-250Foundations of Teaching and Learning3
EDL-201Educational Psychology3
EDL-206Child and Adolescent Development3
ED-319Content Literacy3
ED-320Teaching Students with Diverse Needs3
Select 9 credits as follows: 3
ED-416
416S
Clinical Practice
and Clinical Practice Seminar
9
Interdisciplinary Requirements/Chemistry (24 credits)
MA-125Calculus with Analytic Geometry I4
MA-126Calculus with Analytic Geometry II4
PH-211General Physics with Calculus I4
PH-211LGeneral Physics with Calculus Laboratory I1
PH-212General Physics with Calculus II4
PH-212LGeneral Physics with Calculus Laboratory II1
PH-301Modern Physics 43
PH-302Theoretical Physics 43
Education Methods Requirements (6 credits)
ED-369Methods of Teaching Science for the Secondary Teacher Part I3
ED-370Methods of Teaching Science for the Secondary Teacher Part II3
Free Electives (2 credits)
Select 2 credits of free electives2
General Education Requirements (36 credits)
First Year Seminar
FY-101First Year Seminar (Select Section "CE")3
Reading and Writing
EN-101College Composition I3
EN-102College Composition II3
Mathematics
Fulfilled in Interdisciplinary Requirements with MA-125 or MA-1260
Natural Sciences
Fulfilled in Major Requirements with required CE courses0
Literature
Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: LIT3
Aesthetics and Creativity
Select 3 credits from Art, Music, Theatre, or Dance3
Technological Literacy
IT-102Information Technology for Scientists3
Reasoned Oral Discourse
Fulfilled in Major Requirements with ED-3200
Historical Perspective
Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: HS.SV3
Social Science
Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: SS.SV3
Historical Perspective/Social Sciences
Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: HS.SV or select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: SS.SV3
Interdisciplinary Perspectives
Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: ISP3
Cultural Diversity and Global Understanding or Foreign Language
Select 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: CD and 3 credits from courses designated with Course Type: GU or select 6 credits from the SAME foreign language6
Experiential Education
Select one course designated with Course Type: EX0
Writing Intensive
Select two courses from Chemistry (CE) designated with Course Type: WT0
Select two courses from Education (ED, EDL, EDS) designated with Course Type: WT0
Total Credits128
1

Students desiring certification by the ACS should enroll in the BS CE ACS program

2

Minimum grade of "C" required for Education Courses

3

Students must complete the appropriate test requirement(s) with a passing score PRIOR to Student Teaching.

4

Offered in alternative years; care in scheduling is required.

Additional Endorsements Available 

  • TSD - Teacher of Students with Disabilities - Secondary
  • ESL - English as a Second Language - Secondary

Notes

  • 58 credits must be completed at the 200 level or higher.
  • Education majors are required to have an overall GPA of 3.00 for State Certification.
  • By state regulation, all Education Majors seeking content area endorsement must complete 30 content credits (12+ credits at the 300+ level).

B.S. in Chemistry and Education with Endorsement in Secondary Education in Physical Science
Sequence Chart

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
CE-111 General Chemistry I3CE-112 General Chemistry II3
CE-111L General Chemistry Laboratory I1CE-112L General Chemistry Laboratory II1
MA-125 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I4MA-126 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II4
EN-101 College Composition I3EN-102 College Composition II3
FY-101 First Year Seminar3EDL-201 Educational Psychology3
Gen*Ed Social Science3IT-102 Information Technology for Scientists3
Semester Credits17Semester Credits17
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
ED-250 Foundations of Teaching and Learning3EDL-206 Child and Adolescent Development3
CE-241 Organic Chemistry I3CE-221 Quantitative Analysis3
CE-241L Organic Chemistry Laboratory I2CE-221L Quantitative Analysis Laboratory2
PH-211 General Physics with Calculus I4CE-242 Organic Chemistry II3
PH-211L General Physics with Calculus Laboratory I1CE-242L Organic Chemistry Laboratory II2
Gen*Ed Aesthetics3PH-212 General Physics with Calculus II4
 PH-212L General Physics with Calculus Laboratory II1
Semester Credits16Semester Credits18
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
CE-341 Physical Chemistry I3CE-322 Instrumental Analysis3
CE-341L Physical Chemistry I Laboratory1CE-322L Instrumental Analysis Laboratory1
PH-301 Modern Physics3CE-311 Chemical Literature1
ED-319 Content Literacy3PH-302 Theoretical Physics3
ED-320 Teaching Students with Diverse Needs3Gen*Ed Literature3
Gen*Ed Historical Perspectives3Gen*Ed Global Undertanding3
 Gen*Ed Cultural Diversity3
Semester Credits16Semester Credits17
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
CE-410 Seminar (Chemistry)1ED-416 Clinical Practice8
ED-369 Methods of Teaching Science for the Secondary Teacher Part I3ED-416S Clinical Practice Seminar1
ED-370 Methods of Teaching Science for the Secondary Teacher Part II3Free Elective2
Chemistry Elective (400-level)3 
Gen*Ed Historical or Social Science Persp.3 
Gen*Ed Interdisciplinary Studies3 
Semester Credits16Semester Credits11
Total Credits 128