Chemistry, Minor - Teaching

Teaching (Code 100-406)

Requirements: 

A minimum of 24 semester credits from Chemistry, including:
Select one of the following: 16
Chemical Principles
OR
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry II
OR
General Chemistry I Lecture
and General Chemistry I Laboratory
and General Chemistry II with Lab
Additional required courses:
CHEM 218Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry3
CHEM 325Organic Chemistry I with Laboratory4
CHEM 326Organic Chemistry II with Laboratory4
CHEM 213Quantitative Analysis4
OR
Fundamentals of Biochemistry
Select a minimum of 3 elective credits:
CHEM 213Quantitative Analysis4
CHEM 304Environmental Chemistry3
CHEM 318Bioinorganic Chemistry3
CHEM 352Fundamentals of Biochemistry4
CHEM 361Molecules and Medicine3
CHEM 406Biophysical Chemistry4
CHEM 411Survey of Industrial Chemistry3
CHEM 426Modern Organic Chemistry3
CHEM 433Physical Chemistry I4
CHEM 434Physical Chemistry II4
CHEM 460Polymer Chemistry3

1 Only 6 credits of the CHEM 103/CHEM 104 or the CHEM 105/CHEM 106/CHEM 109 sequence are credited to the minor.

This minor is restricted to students in the College of Education and Human Sciences: Education Studies: Option B or C and leads to licensure to teach Chemistry in Early Adolescence through Adolescence classrooms.