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.
Course Sequence - Classes of 2016 & 2017
Please refer to the Online College Catalogue and consult with your academic advisor for recommended course sequencing. Revised graduation requirements for each graduating class can be found in the Guide to the Core Curriculum.
Course Sequence - Class of 2018 and Beyond
|HU 103 - Conversatio I||HU104 - Conversatio II|
|EN 105 - Freshman English||Core / Language|
|CH 130 - General Chemistry I||CH 131 - General Chemistry II|
|MA 170 - Calculus I||MA 180 - Calculus II|
|PY 203 - Adolescent Psychology||ED 130 - Pricinples of Teaching and Learning|
|CH 250 - Organic Chemistry I||CH 251 - Organic Chemistry I|
|PS 121 or 131 - Physics I||PS 122 or 132 - Physics II|
|CH 280 - Physical Chemistry I||Core|
|ED 322 - Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity in Education||Education Elective - ED 255, ED 280, ED 350 (consult advisor)|
|ED 340 - Curriculum and Assessment in Teaching||Elective|
|Core||ED 432 - Supervised Student Teaching** (Counts as 3 courses)|
|Core||ED 442 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Content: Science|
|CH 270 - Analytical Chemistry I|
|CH 340 - Inorganic Chemistry I|
|CH 420 - Research and Seminar I**|
*Sophomore Early Field Experience is a 30 hour component of ED130.
** Education 432 fulfills the CH421 requirement