This content area is designed for those looking to teach students in grades 9–12 in chemistry.
The course sequence consists of a number of education courses and 11 undergraduate courses in chemistry. To add a middle-level general science endorsement, add five additional courses in the other natural sciences plus a special methods middle-level science course in education.
You must complete all required courses in your content area prior to beginning the master’s-level course sequence. Upon admission, you will work with an adviser to tailor a course sequence to fit your individual needs.
- EDUC 7742: Special Methods: Middle-Level Science
- EDUC 7752: Special Methods: Senior High Science
- CHEM 1110: General Chemistry I
- CHEM 1120: General Chemistry II
- CHEM 2010: Organic Chemistry I
- CHEM 2020: Organic Chemistry II
- CHEM 3000: Quantitative Analysis
- CHEM 3310: Physical Chemistry I
- CHEM 3320: Physical Chemistry II
- CHEM 4000: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
- CHEM 4200: Advanced Analytical Chemistry
- CHEM 4400: Biochemistry
- CHEM 4912: Chemistry Research
To add the optional middle-level endorsement, take the following additional courses:
- BIOL 1710 Foundations of Biology I
- BIOL 1720 Foundations of Biology II
- BIOL 2710 Foundations of Biology III
- PHYS 1040: Astronomy
- PHYS 1080: Physics for the Health Sciences I
- PHYS 1090: Physics for the Health Sciences II
Courses numbered below 5000 are undergraduate courses; courses 5000 and above are graduate courses. For detailed course descriptions, visit the Graduate Academic Catalog or the Undergraduate Academic Catalog.