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This baccalaureate degree is designed to prepare students to teach chemistry at the secondary level.
Minimum of 120 credits required, including 48 upper-division credits.
Click here to view General University Course Requirements .
One of the following:
11 credits (max) may be used to satisfy the GUCRs and the major.
Choose one course/lab series, algebra-based or calculus-based
Students must pass the specifically required NES exam before any endorsement will be recommended.
2-3 credits any college-level course 101 and above.