Carroll College, Helena Montana

Degree Requirements

Chemistry Major Requirements

I. Major Program Requirements
CH 101-102 General Chemistry
CH 205  Quantitative Analysis
CH 301-302 Organic Chemistry
CH 306  Instrumental Methods
CH 391-392 Physical Chemistry
CH 496  Senior Seminar

One additional upper-division course from the following list:
CH 405  Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
CH 406  Advanced Organic Chemistry

II. Other Program Requirements
MA 131  Calculus of Single Variable Functions
or MA 121-122  Differential and Integral Calculus
MA 233  Multivariable Calculus
PHYS 205-206  Engineering Physics I & II

Note:  All chemistry majors must earn a grade of “C” or better in all major courses (Section I and II above). Students must pass prerequisites with a “C” or better to enroll in chemistry courses.

Major in Chemistry for Secondary Education
I. Major Program Requirements
CH 101-102 General Chemistry
CH 205 Quantitative Analysis
CH 301-302 Organic Chemistry
Two additional upper division Chemistry courses

II. Other Program Requirements
MA 121 Differential Calculus
PHIL 252 Philosophy and History of Science

One additional two-semester course from the following list:
BI 171-172 Biological Principles I & II
PHYS 201-202 Physics I and II
PHYS 205-206 Engineering Physics

III. Professional Education Requirements
AN/SO 218 Introduction to Native American Studies
CS 103 Instructional Media and Technology
ED 102 Foundations of Education
ED/PSY 229 Educational Psychology
ED 245 Diversity Field Experience
ED 305 Classroom Management
ED 318 Content Area Reading and Secondary Methods
ED 346 Teaching Science in the Secondary School
ED 405 Education Seminar
ED 410 Student Teaching
ED 412 Measurement & Assessment in Teaching
HPE 214 The School Health Program
PSY 228 Adolescent Psychology
SPED 300 Introduction to Exceptional Children
United States and contemporary world cultures course(s) - see page 132.

Note:

  1. All chemistry for secondary education majors must earn a grade of or better in all major courses (Section I and II above). Students must pass prerequisites with a "C" or better to enroll in chemistry courses.
  2. All chemistry for secondary education majors must earn a grade of "C" or better in all Professional Education Requirement courses (section III above) and have a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
  3. See page 130 for Secondary Education Requirements.

IV. Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program and Student Teaching Program

See page 133 and page 135.
Teacher Education Program: Individuals pursuing academic programs that
lead to teacher licensure must seek admission to the teacher education
program by the end of their sophomore year.
Student Teaching Program: In the spring semester of the junior year, all
preservice teachers must seek admission to the student teaching program.

Chemistry Minor Requirements

Minor Program Requirements
CH 101-102 General Chemistry
CH 205  Quantitative Analysis
CH 301-302 Organic Chemistry
Plus 1 additional upper-division chemistry course

Minor in Chemistry for Secondary Education
I. Minor Program Requirements
CH 101-102 General Chemistry
CH 205  Quantitative Analysis
CH 301-302 Organic Chemistry

II. Other Program Requirements
ED 346 Teaching Science in the Secondary School
MA 121 Differential Calculus
MA 207 Elementary Statistics
or MA 315 Probability and Statistics
PHIL 252 Philosophy and History of Science
Plus 1 additional 4-credit course in biology or physics

III. Teacher Licensure

To obtain teacher licensure in chemistry for secondary education, a student
must complete:
ED 408 Student Teaching In the Minor Area
or ED 410 Student Teaching
Note: All chemistry for secondary education students must have a minimum
2.5 cumulative grade point average. All Professional Education Requirements,
Minor Program Requirements, and Other Program Requirements
must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
See page 130 for Secondary Education Requirements.

IV. Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program and
Student Teaching Program


See page 133 and page 135.
Teacher Education Program: Individuals pursuing academic programs that
lead to teacher licensure must seek admission to the teacher education
program by the end of their sophomore year.
Student Teaching Program: In the spring semester of the junior year, all
preservice teachers must seek admission to the student teaching program.