Chemistry: Teaching

College of Natural and Health Sciences

Minor Requirements — 21 Credits

Degree Requirements

Take all of the following courses:

CHEM 111Principles of Chemistry I

5

CHEM 112Principles of Chemistry II

4

CHEM 112LPrinciples of Chemistry II Laboratory

1

SCED 440Strategies in Teaching Secondary Science

1

Take ten credits from the following courses:

CHEM 321Chemical Analysis

4

CHEM 331Organic Chemistry I

4

CHEM 331LOrganic Chemistry I Laboratory

1

CHEM 332Organic Chemistry II

4

CHEM 332LOrganic Chemistry II Laboratory

1

CHEM 360Environmental Chemistry

2

CHEM 381Principles of Biochemistry

3

CHEM 381LPrinciples of Biochemistry Lab

1

CHEM 441Inorganic Chemistry I

3

CHEM 442Inorganic Chemistry II

3

CHEM 481General Biochemistry I

3

CHEM 481LExperimental Biochemistry I

1

Students earning a minor in chemistry must earn a grade of “C” or better (C- is not acceptable) in all courses having a CHEM prefix which count toward the minor.

Neither CHEM 422 nor CHEM 499 (research and seminar) may be used to satisfy the requirements for the Chemistry Minor.

State licensure regulations require a minimum of 24 semester credits distributed in appropriate science subject areas to teach any secondary science if someone is licensed in another subject area. Credits required in this minor will apply toward this requirement. See advisor for other courses to meet requirement. This minor does not lead to teacher licensure.