Chemistry Major (B.S.) with a Certification in Adolescence Education (Grades 7-12)

Core Requirements 1
COR 100First Year Seminars: Transitions3
WRT 101Critical Writing3
PHL 110Introduction to Philosophy3
HST 110
HST 111
World Civilization I
and World Civilization II
6
ENG 210Major Authors3
PHL 210Moral Philosophy3
Theology3
EAC Encountering Another Culture/Language6
ENG 310Literature and Culture3
Mathematics3
Social Science3
Natural Science3
IDS Interdisciplinary Studies3
Religion3
COR 400Senior Studies: Transformations3
VPA Visual & Performing Arts1
DIV Diversity0
Major Requirements
CHM 151
151L
Chemical Principles I
and Chemical Principles I Laboratory
4
CHM 152
152L
Chemical Principles II
and Chemical Principles II Lab
4
CHM 223
223L
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry 1 Lab
4
CHM 224
224L
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry II Lab
4
CHM 280Information in Chemistry and Physical Sciences1
CHM 311Analytical Chemistry (and lab)4
CHM 327
CHM 331
Physical Chemistry I
and Physical Chemistry Laboratory
4
CHM 328
CHM 332
Physical Chemistry II
and Physical Chemistry II Laboratory
4
CHM 435Inorganic Chemistry3
CHM 460Biochemistry I3
CHM Elective3
Select one of the following:4
Instrumental Methods of Analysis (and lab)
Instrumental Methods of Analysis
and Instrumental Analysis Lab
Major Support Requirements
MTH 145Calculus I4
MTH 146Calculus II4
BIO 191General Biology I4
Select one of the following:4
General Physics Scientists/Engineers I
and General Physics Laboratory (preferred)
Non-Calculus General Physics I
and General Physics Laboratory
Select one of the following:4
General Physics Scientists/Engineers II
and General Physics Laboratory (preferred)
Non-Calculus General Physics II
and General Physics Laboratory
Education Requirements
EDU 105Teaching in a Diverse Society3
EDU 150Contemporary Perspectives on Special Ed3
EDU 120Child Abuse Workshop/SAVE Violence Prev0
EDU 121Autism Spectrum Disorder Training for Teacher Certification0
EDU 122Dignity for All Student Act (dasa) Training for Teacher Certification0
EDU 215Learning in a Sociocultural Context3
EDU 303Multicultural Literacy Methods3
EDU 315Plan,Assessing,Managing Inclusive Clsrm3
EDU 325Teach/Adapt Curric Content Specialists3
EDU 335Literacy Development in the Content Area3
EDU 401Adolescent Education Strategies & Technology 24
EDU 405Preservice Clinical Teaching Seminar3
EDU 450Supervised Preservice Teaching (7-9)6
EDU 460Supervised Preservice Teaching (10-12)6
Total Credit Hours140
1

 Some Core requirements may be fulfilled by major requirements.

2

EDU 401 Adolescent Education Strategies & Technology will substitute for either Physical Chemistry II with lab or Instrumental Chemistry - whichever would ordinarily be taken during the student's senior year.

Typical Program for Chemistry Major (B.S.) with Adolescence Teaching Certification

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
First SemesterCredit Hour
CHM 151
151L
Chemical Principles I
and Chemical Principles I Laboratory
4
MTH 145 Calculus I 4
EDU 105 Teaching in a Diverse Society 3
WRT 101 Critical Writing 3
COR 100 First Year Seminars: Transitions 3
 Credit Hours17
Second Semester
CHM 152
152L
Chemical Principles II
and Chemical Principles II Lab
4
MTH 146 Calculus II 4
EDU 150 Contemporary Perspectives on Special Ed 3
PHL 110 Introduction to Philosophy 3
HST 111 World Civilization II 3
 Credit Hours17
Sophomore Year
First Semester
CHM 223
223L
Organic Chemistry I
and Organic Chemistry 1 Lab
4
PHY 105
PHY 103
General Physics Scientists/Engineers I
and General Physics Laboratory
4
EDU 215 Learning in a Sociocultural Context 3
HST 110 World Civilization I 3
EAC/Language 3
 Credit Hours17
Second Semester
CHM 224
224L
Organic Chemistry II
and Organic Chemistry II Lab
4
CHM 280 Information in Chemistry and Physical Sciences 1
PHY 106
PHY 104
General Physics Scientists/Engineers II
and General Physics Laboratory
4
PHL 210 Moral Philosophy 3
Theology 3
EAC/Language 3
 Credit Hours18
Junior Year
First Semester
CHM 327
CHM 331
Physical Chemistry I
and Physical Chemistry Laboratory
4
BIO 191 General Biology I 4
EDU 303 Multicultural Literacy Methods 3
EDU 315 Plan,Assessing,Managing Inclusive Clsrm 3
ENG 210 Major Authors 3
 Credit Hours17
Second Semester
CHM 328
CHM 332
Physical Chemistry II
and Physical Chemistry II Laboratory
4
CHM 435 Inorganic Chemistry 3
EDU 325 Teach/Adapt Curric Content Specialists 3
EDU 335 Literacy Development in the Content Area 3
Religion 3
IDS 1 3
 Credit Hours19
Senior Year
First Semester
CHM 311 Analytical Chemistry 4
CHM 460 Biochemistry I 3
EDU 120 Child Abuse Workshop/SAVE Violence Prev 0
EDU 121 Autism Spectrum Disorder Training for Teacher Certification 0
EDU 122 Dignity for All Student Act (dasa) Training for Teacher Certification 0
EDU 401 Adolescent Education Strategies & Technology 4
COR 400 Senior Studies: Transformations 3
ENG 310 Literature and Culture 1 3
upper-level CHM 3
 Credit Hours20
Second Semester
EDU 405 Preservice Clinical Teaching Seminar 3
EDU 450 Supervised Preservice Teaching (7-9) 6
EDU 460 Supervised Preservice Teaching (10-12) 6
 Credit Hours15
 Total Credit Hours140
1

 It is highly recommended to take a Core course such as IDS or ENG 310 in J-mester, Maymester, or summer during these overload semesters.

Note: the typical program assumes that DIV and VPA requirements are satisfied without separate courses.