THE SINGLE SUBJECT TEACHING CREDENTIAL IN SCIENCE WITH A CONCENTRATION IN CHEMISTRY
Course Requirements for the Single Subject Teaching Credential: 83-88 units
In most majors, candidates for this credential will normally fulfill the single subject matter preparation program by completing the appropriate education option in the major. Any exceptions to this procedure are noted at the end of this section. In addition to the single subject matter preparation program, completion of an additional professional education program is required to qualify for a California teaching credential. Professional education (credential) programs are available through the School of Education. For prerequisites and other admission requirements to professional education programs, see the "Education" chapter of this catalog.
Your departmental credential adviser is responsible for verifying that the subject matter preparation program has been completed. If you are interested in obtaining a teaching credential, confer with the appropriate credential adviser early in your university career. Department credential advisers can assist you in planning an educational program that meets both major and credential requirements.
Subject matter preparation requirements are governed by federal and state legislative action and approval of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. Requirements may change between catalogs. Please consult with your departmental credential adviser for current information.
The BS in Chemistry with either option described above and the additional courses listed below fulfill all requirements for the single subject matter preparation program in science with a concentration in chemistry.
4 courses required:
Prerequisites: Recommend CHEM 111 or concurrent enrollment.
|BIOL||151||Biological Principles||4.0||FS |
Prerequisites: BIOL 151; recommend CHEM 112 or concurrent enrollment.
|BIOL||152||Biological Principles||4.0||FS |
Prerequisites: High school chemistry or physics is recommended; students with no previous science courses are advised to enroll in GEOS 101. No college credit for those who have passed GEOS 101.
|GEOS||102||Physical Geology||3.0||FS * |
Prerequisites: ENGL 130 (or its equivalent) with a grade of C- or higher; CHEM 107 or equivalent; PHYS 202A, PHYS 202B.
|GEOS||300||Earth System Science||3.0||FA WP |