2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Jul 22, 2024  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry, BS/Adolescent Education, Chemistry, MST (1905/1906.01)

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(5 Year Program)

This five year combined BS/MST program in Adolescent Education/Chemistry prepares students for teaching grades 7-12. The program leads to a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Science in Teaching degree as well as New York State initial certification to teach Adolescent Education/Chemistry. Students complete core curriculum and Chemistry major requirements for the undergraduate degree and enter the Education graduate program in the fifth year. 

For details on admission to this program, please consult the chair of the chemistry department.

Required Courses in the College Core

To Satisfy College Core Area: STEM

Additional Required Science

Additional Co-requisites

EDU Graduate courses

(9 credits completed as part of Undergraduate degree, 21 credits completed after conferral of undergraduate degree)

See Graduate Catalog for full course listing.

  • EDU 640 - Literacy & Learning in Content Areas 3 Credits
  • EDU 653 - Instruction & Assessment in Secondary Schools 3 Credits
  • EDU 660 - Foundations of Special Education 3 Credits
  • EDU 712 - Extending Literacy and Learning in the Content Areas for Adolescent Learners 3 Credits
  • EDU 721 - Modern Educational Philosophies 3 Credits
  • EDU 783 - Multimedia in Teaching 3 Credits
  • EDU 922 - Multicultural Education 3 Credits
  • EDU 961 - Curriculum Research Project in Chemistry Education 3 Credits
  • EDU 975 - Observation and Student Teaching for Adolescent Education (Grades 7-12) 6 Credits

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