Bachelor of Science (BS) in Chemistry - Teaching Emphasis 48 months Undergraduate Program By University of Utah |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Chemistry - Teaching Emphasis

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Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Education and TrainingMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Emphasis Requirements for Teaching CHEM 3070 - Thermodynamics and Chemical Kinetics CHEM 3090 - Physical Chemistry for Life Sciences CHEM 3200 - Radiochemistry with Laboratory I CHEM 5700 - Advanced Analytical Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5710 - Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5720 - Advanced Physical Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5730 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5750 - Advanced Chemical Biology Laboratory EDU 1010 - Introduction to Teaching ETHNC 2550 - African American Experiences or ETHNC 2560 - Chicana/o Experiences or ETHNC 2570 - American Indian Experiences or ETHNC 2580 - Asian Pacific American Experiences or ETHNC 2590 - Pacific Islander American Experiences ECS 3150 - Introduction to Multicultural Education ELP 3410 - Education Law and Policy for Classroom Teachers or ED PS 3030 - Research and Inquiry in Education PSY 1230 - Psychology of Adolescence or PSY 3220 - Childhood and Adolescent Development or FCS 5230 - Adolescence or ED PS 5050 - Life Span Development EDU 5170 - Secondary Science Methods or EDU 5375 - Science Methods CHEM 5380 - Special Topics in Modern Chemical Education PHYS 3949 - Special Laboratory Topics in Physics

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Emphasis Requirements for Teaching CHEM 3070 - Thermodynamics and Chemical Kinetics CHEM 3090 - Physical Chemistry for Life Sciences CHEM 3200 - Radiochemistry with Laboratory I CHEM 5700 - Advanced Analytical Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5710 - Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5720 - Advanced Physical Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5730 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5750 - Advanced Chemical Biology Laboratory EDU 1010 - Introduction to Teaching ETHNC 2550 - African American Experiences or ETHNC 2560 - Chicana/o Experiences or ETHNC 2570 - American Indian Experiences or ETHNC 2580 - Asian Pacific American Experiences or ETHNC 2590 - Pacific Islander American Experiences ECS 3150 - Introduction to Multicultural Education ELP 3410 - Education Law and Policy for Classroom Teachers or ED PS 3030 - Research and Inquiry in Education PSY 1230 - Psychology of Adolescence or PSY 3220 - Childhood and Adolescent Development or FCS 5230 - Adolescence or ED PS 5050 - Life Span Development EDU 5170 - Secondary Science Methods or EDU 5375 - Science Methods CHEM 5380 - Special Topics in Modern Chemical Education PHYS 3949 - Special Laboratory Topics in Physics

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

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