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2012-13 Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Catalog

PDF of Science Education, B.S.

Chemistry

Faculty

Julie Larson, Keith Marek, Katie Peterson, Bob Quandt, Kenneth Traxler

Programs

Department of Chemistry
S 377
Phone: (218) 755-2920
Fax:

Professional Education

Faculty

Heather Bednarek, David Benson, Claire Berg, Ashley Boeyink, Maureen Bonacci, Chelsie Cabak, Porter Coggins, Linda Colburn, Lori Dierks, Stephanie Erickson, Steven Erickson, Lanette Faul, Timothy Goodwin, Laura Greene, Maren Hackbarth, Cynthia Hanson, Laura Hayward, Debbi Homola, Rita Karsten, Lisa Krall, Janne Lillestol, Katie Mannella, Brenda Mattei, Becky Michaletz, Lisa Mickle, Marybeth Miller, Thomas Miller, Elaine Mitzel, Bob Murphy, Kris Nei, Michelle Nelson, Sonia OBryan, Judy Olson, Sheila Opsal, Molly Pavleck, Jessamay Pesek, Keith Peterson, Roxanne Pickle, Maggie Pistner, Jeremy Reichel, Tricia Rutz, Sarah Samuelson, Julianne Schacht, Dawn Schindeldecker, Janet Shepherd, Michael Urban, Janine Wahl, Vanessa Waldahl, Kerry White, Miriam White

Programs

Department of Professional Education
BE 339
Phone: (218) 755-3734
Fax: (218) 755-3787

Science Education

Faculty

Ryan Sayer, John Truedson

Programs

Department of Physics
S
Phone: (218) 755-2920
Fax:

Science Education, B.S. major

Required Credits: 83
Required GPA: 2.50

Core Courses for Science Teaching in Grades 5-8

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SELECT 1 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SELECT 1 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

Complete 12 credits of student teaching:

CHEMISTRY SPECIALTY

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SELECT 1 OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

SUGGESTED SEMESTER SCHEDULE FOR CHEMISTRY SPECIALTY, SCIENCE EDUCATION MAJOR, B.S. (TEACHER LICENSURE)

The following is a list of required Science (Chemistry) Major, B.S. courses arranged by year. This schedule is intended to assist students in planning their courses. There is some flexibility in this schedule, but graduation within four years will require close adherence to the specified sequence of courses. Always consult your Chemistry academic advisor as to the proper courses and sequence of courses needed for graduation.

Freshman

Sophomore

Junior

Senior

  • CHEM 3110 Laboratory Management and Safety (2 credits)
  • Chemistry Electives numbered 3100 or above
  • Complete Professional Education requirements including one semester of student teaching
  • Complete Liberal Education requirements