Chemistry 9-12

Content (Core) 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) 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)

Last Updated 7/2/2018