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BS in Chemistry/MST in Adolescent Education (5 Year Program)

This five year combined BS/MST program in Adolescent Education/Chemistry prepares students for teaching grades 7-12. The program leads to Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Teaching degrees as well as New York State initial certification to teach Adolescent Education/Chemistry. Students complete core curriculum and Chemistry major requirements for the undergraduate degree and the undergraduate prerequisites for entry to Graduate Education program, which can be completed in the fifth year.

For details on admission to this program, please consult the chair of the chemistry department.
 

Requirements

Courses that fulfill both College core options and major requirements

Course Number

Course Name

Credits

CHM 109  & 110

General Chemistry I & II

10

MTH 231

Calculus I

4

CS 201

Computer Science I

4

Total

 

18


Required courses from outside the department

Course Number

Course Name

Credits

MTH 232

Calculus II

4

PHY 101 & 102

Physics I & II

8

EDU 201

Principles and Procedures of Education

3

EDU 250

Introductory Field Experience in Education

1

Total

 

16


Required departmental courses

Course Number

Course Title

Credits

CHM 209 & 210

Organic Chemistry I & II

6

CHM 220

Organic Chemistry Laboratory

2

CHM 222

Analytical Chemistry

3

CHM 309

Physical Chemistry I

3

CHM 322

Instrumental Analysis

3

CHM 421

Biochemistry

3

CHM 425

Chemical Safety

2

CHM 441

Research

2

CHM 450

Seminar

2

 

CHM Elective #1

2-3

Total

 

28-29

Choice of CHM Electives: CHM 327, CHM 400, CHM 401, CHM 409, CHM 427, CHM 420, CHM 430, CHM 441 or 442

Graduate Degree requirements

5th Year Graduate Courses

EDU 640, 653, 660, 783, 712, 721, 922, 961, 975

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