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Chemistry Curriculum

Area A Essential Skills (3 courses)

 

Take both of these courses.

 

ENGL 1101

Composition I

3

ENGL 1102

Composition II

3

Take one of these three courses.

 

MATH 1111

College Algebra

3

MATH 1113

Pre-calculus

4

MATH 2253

Calculus I

4

 

Area B Institutional Option (2 courses)

 

Take both of these courses

 

COMM 2400

Public Speaking

2

STS 2400

Science, Technology and Society

2

 

Area C Humanities/Fine Arts (2 courses)

 

Take one of these eleven courses.

 

ENGL 2111

World Literature I

3

ENGL 2112

World Literature II

3

ENGL 2120

British Literature

3

ENGL 2121

British Literature I

3

ENGL 2122

British Literature II

3

ENGL 2130

American Literature

3

ENGL 2131

American Literature I

3

ENGL 2132

American Literature II

3

ENGL 2141

Western Literature I

3

ENGL 2142

Western Literature II

3

ENGL 2300

African-American Lit and Culture

3

Take one of these courses.

 

ARTS 2001

Art Appreciation

3

ARTS 2002

Drama Appreciation

3

ARTS 2003

Music Appreciation

3

ARTS 2004

History of Contemp Am Music

3

FREN 1002

Elementary French II

3

GRMN 1002

Elementary German II

3

SPAN 1002

Elementary Spanish II

3

FREN 2001

Intermediate French I

3

SPAN 2001

Intermediate Spanish I

3

FREN 2002

Intermediate French II

3

SPAN 2002

Intermediate Spanish II

3

Area D Science, Mathematics and Technology

CHEM 1211K

Principles of Chem I

4

CHEM 1212K

Principles of Chem II

4

PHYS 2211K

Principles of Physics I

4

PHYS 2212K

Principles of Physics II

4

Take one of these courses.

 

MATH 2253

Calculus I

4

MATH 2254

Calculus II

4

 

Area E Social Sciences (4 courses)

 

Take one of these.

 

HIST 2111

US History to 1877

3

HIST 2112

US History since 1877

3

POLS 1101

American Government

3

Take one of these.

 

HIST 1111

World Civ: Pre 1500

3

HIST 1112

World Civ: Post 1500

3

Take one of these.

 

ECON 1101

Intro to Economics

3

PSYC 1101

Intro to Gen Psychology

3

SOCI 1101

Intro to Sociology

3

Take one of these.

 

ANTH 1102

Intro to Anthropology

3

ES 1101

Ethnic Studies

3

GEOG 1101

Intro to Human Geog

3

POLS 2401

Global Issues

3

RELG 1200

World Religion

3

 

Area F Courses Required for Major Program of Study

CHEM 1211K

Principles of Chem I

4

CHEM 1212K

Principles of Chem II

4

PHYS 2211K

Principles of Physics I

4

PHYS 2212K

Principles of Physics II

4

MATH 2254

Calculus II

4

CHEM 2511

Organic Chemistry I

4

 

Major Program of Study

 

CHEM 2512

Organic Chemistry II

4

CHEM 3100

Analytical Chemistry

5

CHEM 3300

Instrumental Analysis

4

CHEM 4411

Inorganic Chemistry

3

CHEM 4111

Physical Chemistry I

3

CHEM 4112

Physical Chemistry II

3

CHEM 4112L

Physical Chemistry II Lab

1

BIOC 3111

Biochemistry I

4

CHEM

electives

6 to 8

 

free electives

0 to 2

 

Education Courses Required

 

EDUC 1101

Step 1

1

EDUC 1102

Step 2

1

EDUC 2010

Knowing and Learning

3

EDUC 2020

Classroom Interactions

3

EDUC 4030

Project-based Instruction

3

RSCH 3610 

Research Methods

3

STS 3347

Persp on Science & Math

3

EDUC 4401

Apprentice Teaching Sem

1

EDUC 4406

Apprentice Teaching

6

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