In addition to meeting the liberal arts core requirements for the University, students must take the courses listed below. Students must also have a 2.25 GPA or higher in chemistry courses by the end of their sophomore year and maintain such an average until graduation. Majors must participate in program assessment activities.
Chemistry Secondary Education Certification
If you have a passion for chemistry and a desire to serve others through teaching, a second major in Chemistry Secondary Education from USF will prepare you for meaningful service in the classroom. Once you complete this program, you will have a B.S. degree in Chemistry and a B.A. degree in Secondary Education.
The requirements for the Chemistry Secondary Education degree are twofold. First, you must take the required chemistry courses listed below, and then you must complete the courses required for the secondary education major.
Students who meet the regular degree requirements of the University for a major in some other program may receive a minor in Chemistry by completing at least 23 s.h. that include: