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Required Courses for Secondary Education emphasis

Chemistry courses
(32 credits)
Chem 105/106: General Chemistry I & II (10 credits)
Chem 311: Analytical Chemistry I (4 credits)
Chem 234&235: Organic Chemistry I (8 credits)
Chem 334&335: Organic Chemistry II (8 credits)
Chem 370/371: Physical Chemistry I & II (8 credits)
Chem 490&491:  Seminar I & II (2 credits)
choice of
Chemistry electives
(5 credits)
Chem 303: Biochemistry (3 credits)
Chem 304: Biochemistry Lab (1 credit)
Chem 312: Analytical Chemistry II (3 credits)
Chem 315: Advanced Biochemistry (3 credits)
Chem 323: Analytical Separations (3 credits)
Chem 360: Special Topics (3 credits)
Chem 435: Interpretive Spectroscopy (3 credits)
Chem 446: Independent Study (1-3 credits)
Chem 470: Inorganic Chemistry (4 credits)
Chem 474: Honors Thesis (1-3 credits)
Chem 495: Internship (1-3 credits)
Math and Physics
(22 credits)
Math 171, 172, 273: Calculus I, II and III (12 credits)
Phys 109/110: General Physics (10 credits)
Education courses determined by the College of Education to meet requirements
for licensure by the Wisconsin Department of Instruction
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