A program of studies in Chemistry which meets the requirements of the State of New Hampshire Department of Education for Teacher Certification in Chemistry. The program offers a curriculum which emphasizes chemistry, yet provides a background in related science areas needed by the high school teacher.
|Humanities I||Humanities II|
|Freshman English 103||Freshman English 104|
|Chemistry 130||Chemisty 131|
|Mathematics 170||Mathematics 180|
|Humanities III||Humanities IV|
|Chemistry 250||Chemistry 251|
|Physics 121 or 131||Physics 122 or 132|
|Early Field Experience||Early Field Experience|
|Sophomore Early Field Experience should be taken either semester|
|Biology 103||Biology 104|
|Education 315||Education 322|
|Philosophy/Theology||Education 432** (Student Teaching)|
|Chemistry 340||Education 431|
|History 250 or 251|
|Research & Seminar CH420*|
*In CH420 the student will plan a research project in chemical education. The project will be implemented in ED432. CH420 Research & Seminar I carries no credit.
**ED432 fulfills the CH421 requirement for chemistry in the educational track, provided the student fulfills the thesis presentation requirements of CH421.