If you enjoy chemistry and science, and have a passion for teaching and working with youth, the chemistry education major is a great fit for you.
As a chemistry education student at SBU you will learn everything you need to know about how to become a chemistry teacher at the secondary education level. You also will have the option to pursue Unified Science Teaching certification to teach any beginning sciences courses. Endorsements also are available in biology and chemistry, which would certify you to teach advanced science courses.
Today's schools need teachers who are highly qualified in their academic disciplines and also care deeply about their students. At SBU you will receive a combination of training in both chemistry, education and the integration of faith and discipline, making you the type of teacher school districts are seeking.
The Chemistry Education degree is offered through SBU's College of Science and Mathematics.
As a chemistry education major, you will take a course from the Strait Center, Chemistry Through the Eyes of Faith, and will have the option to add a second major in Integration of Science and Christian Faith by taking the other Strait Center courses, including Methods of Biblical Interpretation, Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview, and History and Philosophy of Science and Technology.
I am a very curious person, and I really enjoy that I can ask professors about the material as well as about their faith. It has been invaluable in my education that many professors were open with me about how their faith integrates with science rather than separates itself from science.
As a chemistry education major, you are encouraged to join SBU's chapter of Student Missouri State Teachers Association (SMSTA) to benefit from professional development and networking opportunities as you prepare for your future teaching career.
|BIO 1004||Principles of Biology||4|
|CHE 1115||General Chemistry I||5|
|CIS 1103||Computer and Information Management||3|
|ENG 1113||English Composition I||3|
|UNI 1111||University Seminar||1|
|FAR 10_3||Intro. to Art, Fine Arts, Music or Theatre||3|
|CHE 1125||General Chemistry II||5|
|COM 1103||Fundamentals of Speech Communication||3|
|ENG 2213||English Composition II||3|
|KIN 1162||Foundations of Physical Fitness/Wellness||2|
|UNI 1121||Critical Thinking||1|
|CHE 3304||Organic Chemistry I||4|
|EDU 2113||Educational Psychology||3|
|EDU 2141||Field Experience Level I||1|
|MAT 1195||Analytics and Calculus I||5|
|PHY 1115||General Physics I||5|
|CHE 3314||Organic Chemistry II||4|
|BIB 1013||Old Testament History||3|
|EDU 2313||Foundations of Education||3|
|PHY 1125||General Physics II||5|
|EDU 2823||Technology for Educators||3|
|CHE 3345||Analytical Chemistry||5|
|EDU 3013||Analyzing & Amending Reading Problems||3|
|EDU 3333||Principles and Methods of Secondary Instruction||3|
|EDU 3341||Field Experience Level 2 in Secondary School||1|
|PHS 3303||History and Philosophy of Science and Technology (fall, even)||3|
|POL 1113||American Government and Politics||3|
|SCF 3412||Chemistry Through the Eyes of Faith (spring, even)||2|
|CHE 3002||Environmental Chemistry (spring, even)||2|
|CHE 3371||Seminar in Chemistry I||1|
|EDU 3613||Content Area Literacy||3|
|EDU 3833||Behavior and Classroom Management||3|
|EDU 3043||Learner Development and the Classroom||3|
|ECO 2003||LIFE Economics||3|
|BIB 1023||New Testament History||3|
|HIS 2213/2223||U.S. History I or II||3|
|PHS 1114||Introduction to Earth Science||4|
|SPF 2012||Introduction to Spiritual Formation||2|
|EDU 4522||Methods of Teaching Science in the
Middle and Secondary Schools
|EDU 4832||Tests and Measurements||2|
|EDU 4842||The Exceptional Child||2|
|EDU 4949||Student Teaching in Secondary School||10|
|EDU 4691||Student Teaching Seminar||1|
This is a proposed guideline. Please check the catalog and see your advisor for your
final degree requirements.
Southwest Baptist University reserves the right to make changes to degree plans without advanced notice or obligation.
The student is responsible for understanding and completing all general education, degree, departmental and graduation requirements.
Download in PDF format:
Chemistry Education Plan