Content (Major) Courses
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 may be offered only in fall or spring semesters. Check with the Chemistry Department Chair to determine when the courses are offered.)
- CHEM 125 Intro/Chemistry Structures and Properties (4)
- CHEM 201 Purification and Separation Lab I (0-1)
- CHEM 202 Purfication and Chromatography Lab II (0-1)
- CHEM 203 Synthesis Lab (0-1)
- CHEM 205 Chemical Measurement Lab (0-1)
- CHEM 250 Reactions of Nucleophilies and Electrophilies (Reactivity 1) (4)
- CHEM 251 Intermediate Reactions of Nucleophilies and Electrophilies (Reactivity 2) (4)
- CHEM 255 Macroscopic Chemical Analysis ( 4)
- CHEM 305 Integrated Laboratory (4)
- CHEM 315 Advanced Reactions (Reactivity 3) (4)
- CHEM 318 Microscopic Chemical Analysis (4)
Students pursuing a CHEM major must consult the Chemistry Department Chair.
The CHEM major is not required for licensure, provided a major in another subject area is obtained.
Foundational Education (Minor) Courses
- EDUC 109 Chemical Use and Abuse (1)
- EDUC 111 Introduction to Teaching and Learning in a Diverse World (4)
- EDUC 203 Human Growth and Development (4)
- EDUC 213 Clinical Experience: 5-12/K-12 Diversity Immersion
- EDUC 305 Human Exceptionalities (1)
- EDUC 310 Educational Psychology (4)
- EDUC 352 Teaching Reading in the Middle/Secondary Classroom (1-2)
- EDUC 355 Science Pedagogy 9-12 (4)
- EDUC 359 Issues in Education K-12 (1-2)
- EDUC 365 Student Teaching 9-12 (16)
- EDUC 390 Human Relations (4)
- COMM 200 Public Speaking Basics (or equivalent)
Licensure Area State Tests
In addition to fulfilling the Basic Skills testing requirement at admission to the Department (see "Apply to the Program"), students seeking to be licensed as art educators must complete the following:
Student must complete the secondary (grades 5-12) pedagogy exam.
Students must complete the Chemistry content exam.
last updated 10/29/14