B.A. Chemistry - Secondary Education - Degree Map

1st Year

Fall Semester / credits

  • Chem 131/131L General Chemistry and Lab - 5
  • Math 106 College Algebra* - 3
  • Biol 101 Introductory Biology - 4
  • Eng 101 Comm. Arts I - 3

Spring Semester / credits

  • Chem 132/132L General Chemistry and Lab - 5
  • Math 107 Trigonometry - 3 
  • Eng 102 Comm. Arts II - 3
  • Gen. Ed. - 6

        2nd Year

        Fall Semester / credits

        • Chem 321/321L Organic Chemistry - 5
        • Math 120 Calculus I - 5
        • GEOL 111 Physical Geology - 4
        • Gen. Ed. - 3

                Spring Semester / credits

                • Chem 322/322L Organic Chemistry - 5
                • Math 121 Calculus II - 5
                • Gen. Ed. - 6

                      3rd Year

                      Fall Semester / credits

                      • Chem 331/331L Analytical Chemistry - 5
                      • Chem 471 Chemistry Seminar - 1
                      • Phys 225 College Physics I ** - 5
                      • Gen. Ed. - 3

                            Spring Semester / credits

                            • Chem 332/332L Analytical Chemistry*** - 5
                            • Chem 334/334L Environmental Chemistry**** - 4
                            • Phys 226 College Physics II ** - 5
                            • Gen. Ed. - 3

                                  4th Year

                                  Fall Semester / credits

                                  • ED 350 Methods of Teaching Secondary Science - 3
                                  • Teacher Education Senior Block Courses - 12

                                  Spring Semester / credits

                                  • ED 445 Student Teaching - 15

                                        Notes:

                                        • 42 upper-division hours required to graduate; all 42 hours are specified in the degree plan.
                                        • * Students eligible to enroll in Calculus I their first semester should do so.
                                        • ** Students must either take either the year-long sequence of College Physics or the year-long General Physics (Phys 230-234) 
                                        • *** Chem 332/332L are not required, but are highly recommended;  students might also consider CHEM 461/461L instead as a recommended (and relevant) course.
                                        • **** Students may substitute another 300-level chemistry course – consult with program coordinator or dept. chair.

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