Chemistry 9-12

Requirements for MN licensure in Chemistry 9-12. A BA degree in any subject area is required to apply for this licensure. (This is not a major.) (NOTE: Chemistry courses are undergoing changes to be complete in 2013-2014)

  • CHEM 125 Intro/Chemistry Structures and Properties (4) (Fall only) (CHEM 123 prior to fall 2010)
  • CHEM 234 General Chemistry II (4) (spring only)
  • CHEM 235 Organic Chemistry I (4) (fall only)
  • CHEM 236 Organic Chemistry II (4) (spring only)
  • CHEM 320 Chemical Literature (1)
  • CHEM 335 Analytical Chemistry (4) (fall only)
  • 8 additional CHEM credits (from 333, 334, 336, 341, or BCHM 321)

The following courses are required for a CHEM major:

  • CHEM 333 or 334
  • CHEM 336
  • CHEM 341
  • BCHM 321
  • 1 credit of research
  • MATH 119
  • MATH 120
  • PHYS (191 and 200) OR (105 and 106)

The CHEM major is not required for licensure, provided a major in another subject area is obtained.

 

last updated 09/18/14