Chemistry (Physical Science) Co-Concentration for Bachelor's Degree in Education

Division

Education

Program Type

Major
General Education Requirements
General Education Electives Requirements

Elective Description

Note: Students whose co-concentrations are biology, chemistry, or mathematics must take Precalculus (MTH 160) or common core requirements, one c.u. addressing Aesthetic Appreciation, one c.u. addressing Communication Skills, and two c.u.s addressing Scientific and Technical Skills. Students in all other co-concentrations take College Algebra (MTH
140) for Common Core requirements, two c.u.s addressing Aesthetic Appreciation, one c.u. addressing Communication Skills, and one c.u. addressing Scientific and Technical Skills.
Group/Track Courses
Early Childhood (14.5 course units) or Elementary (14.5 course units) or Middle School with Subject Matter Specialization Endorsement (15.5 course units):

In addition to the below, students must also take three(3) course units to be selected from BIO/CHM/MTH/PHY courses designated for majors and/or SCI 103 Astronomy, SCI 200 Introduction to Forensic Science depending on students’ interest. Courses to be selected with the approval of a Chemistry Advisor.

Note: MTH 106 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers is required for the Elementary and Early Childhood and Special Education and Early Childhood Co-Concentrations.

Students must select either the Chemistry or Chemistry (Physical Science) Co-Concentration when they prepare for the PRAXIS Exam and Student Teaching.
Subject Area/Secondary Education (15 course units):

In addition to the below, students must also take 3.5 course units to be selected from BIO/CHM/MTH/PHY courses designated for majors and/or SCI 103 Astronomy, SCI 200 Introduction to Forensic Science depending on students’ interest.
Courses to be selected with the approval of a Chemistry Advisor.

Note: MTH 130 Transition to Collegiate Mathematics and MTH 160 Precalculus Enhanced/MTH 161 Precalculus are required as part of the General Education Core for the Chemistry Co-Concentration Subject Area/Secondary Education.

Students must select either the Chemistry or Chemistry (Physical Science) Co-Concentration when they prepare for the PRAXIS Exam and Student Teaching.

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