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Chemistry Secondary Licensure


Comprehensive Science with Chemistry Major

The secondary teacher education for comprehensive science with a chemistry major teacher licensure program provides appropriate learning experiences to meet the needs, capabilities, and interests of high school students studying science with a chemistry focus. The program is designed to assist individuals in acquiring knowledge, developing skills and dispositions within a learning environment focused on active involvement and integrated learning activities.

Requirements
To complete the secondary grades teacher education program and earn licensure in Chemistry for grades 9-12, students must complete the requirements for general education and the chemistry major, as well as the following licensure requirements.

Students must be admitted in the Teacher Education Program to enroll.

Refer to the Undergraduate Course Catalogue for official information about licensure requirements.



From the General Education RequirementsThe general education requirements of the College including these specific courses in the following areas:
PSY - 312: Psychology of Exceptional Individuals (3 cr.)
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SOC - 335: Race and Ethnic Relations (3 cr.)
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EDU - 345: Language Minorities in Public Schools (3 cr.)


Concentration in MajorCHE - 111: General Chemistry I (3 cr.)
CHE - 141: General Chemistry I Laboratory (1 cr.)
CHE - 112: General Chemistry II (3 cr.)
CHE - 142: General Chemistry II Laboratory (1 cr.)
CHE - 221: Organic Chemistry I (3 cr.)
CHE - 241: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory (1 cr.)
CHE - 222: Organic Chemistry II (3 cr.)
CHE - 242: Organic Chemistry II Laboratory (1 cr.)
CHE - 350: Quantitative Analytical Chemistry (4 cr.)
CHE - 490: Senior Seminar (1 cr.)
Chemistry Electives (6 credit hours)
BIO - 110: Principles of Biology (3 cr.)
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BIO - 151: Principles of Biology Laboratory (1 cr.)
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BIO - 105: Modern Biological Concepts (3 cr.)
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BIO - 145: Modern Biological Concepts Laboratory (1 cr.)
BIO - 254: Evolution of Biological Systems (3 cr.)
BIO - 326: Principles of Ecology (3 cr.)
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BIO - 346: Principles of Ecology Laboratory (1 cr.)
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BIO - 225: Environmental Science (3 cr.)
PHY - 211: General Physics I (3 cr.)
PHY - 241: Physics I Laboratory (1 cr.)
PHY - 212: General Physics II (3 cr.)
PHY - 202: Introduction to Astronomy (3 cr.)
GEO - 200: Earth Science (3 cr.)
GEO - 240: Earth Science Laboratory (1 cr.)
MAT - 191: Calculus I (4 cr.)
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MAT - 180: Integrated Precalculus/Calculus A (4 cr.)
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MAT - 181: Integrated Precalculus/Calculus B (4 cr.)
MAT - 175: Statistics I (3 cr.)
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MAT - 248: Statistical Concepts and Methods for Mathematicians (3 cr.)
SCI - 764: The Teaching of Science (3 cr.)
(Must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program to enroll)


Professional Education RequirementsProfessional Education, General
EDU - 232: Schools and Social Change (3 cr.)
EDU - 305: Teaching with Technology (1 cr.)
(Must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program to enroll)
EDU - 434: Inclusion and the Adolescent Learner (3 cr.)
(Must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program to enroll)
EDU - 436: Literacy and Learning in the Content Areas (3 cr.)
(Must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program to enroll)
Professional Education, Methods
3-5 credit hours of Professional Education, Methods as appropriate to the required concentration
Internship - last semester of teacher education program
EDU - 460: Colloquium in Education (3 cr.)
(Must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program to enroll)
EDU - 490: Observation and Directed Teaching (9 cr.)
(Must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program to enroll)


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Contact Information
Walda Powell
Head, Dept. of Chemistry, Physics, & Geoscience
203 Science/Mathematics Bldg.
(919) 760-8754
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