2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
    Nov 12, 2019  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemistry: Chemistry Education, BS (GPS)


This plan outlines a four-year path to graduation. You are expected to satisfy all “success marker” courses, grades, and GPAs as specified. For part-time students and students needing to complete background material, this schedule represents the order in which courses should be taken. This suggested plan to four-year graduation does not replace regular advising appointments. Some course offerings may change.

Term One


Total: 15 Credit Hours


Term Two


Total: 15 Credit Hours


Term Three


Total: 17 Credit Hours


Total: 17 Credit Hours


Total: 14 Credit Hours


Term Six


Total: 17 Credit Hours


Term Seven


Total: 15 Credit Hours


Term Eight


Total: 16 Credit Hours


Note(s):


To progress to higher level chemistry courses (end of second year), you must have completed CHM 2120 , CHM 2120L , PHY 2410  or PHY 1120 , PHY 2410L  or PHY 1120L , and MTH 2320  .

Program Description


The Adolescence to Young Adult Chemistry Licensure Program is based on an undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. The Bachelor of Science candidate is required to complete the chemistry, mathematics, and physics course sequences in the degree program outline, which includes the majority of the courses expected for the other B.S. programs, with the addition of overview courses in Biology and Earth and Environmental Studies and several courses in Education.

Because the order in which science courses are taken is so important, students are advised to begin the mathematics, chemistry, and physics sequences as soon as possible.

Students who wish to teach chemistry in Ohio public high schools can pursue the Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry. Upon completion of this undergraduate degree program in the College of Science and Mathematics, students then must complete the Professional Educators Program (PEP) Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree through Wright State’s College of Education and Human Services. Graduates of the B.S. in chemistry and the M.Ed. Professional Educators Program are eligible to seek licensure from the Ohio Department of Education in either chemistry or chemistry in combination with another science field, depending on the content of the undergraduate curriculum.

Career Opportunities


For career information, please visit Wright State University Career Services:

http://www.wright.edu/careerservices

The American Chemical Society (ACS, http://www.acs.org) is dedicated to providing Members and Affiliates with the best tools with which to explore the numerous career options available within the World of Chemistry. An extensive collection of career related material is available at the ACS website (www.acs.org/careers). The information includes career advice, profiles of chemists and results of numerous surveys.

Campus Contact Information


Academic success resources (math, writing, tutoring): http://www.wright.edu/uc/success/

Admissions: http://www.wright.edu/admissions/

Financial Aid: http://www.wright.edu/financialaid/

Additional Comments


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Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.
Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Tel: (937) 775-2855
Fax: (937) 775-2717
E-mail: chemistry@wright.edu

http://science-math.wright.edu/chemistry/programs/undergraduate/bachelor-of-science-in-chemistry-chemistry-education-concentration