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Natural Sciences, Secondary Science Education/Chemistry emphasis

Curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Secondary Science Education in Chemistry emphasis

University Core Requirements specific to this major
: Students take one of the following courses. Please consult the University Core requirements page for additional courses as required by the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering.
HIST 161: Young America, 1607-1900 None American Cultures
POLS 135: Contemporary American Politics PS 1: American Government Social Sciences*
*Students are required to take 2 courses (6 semester hours) to fulfill the Social Sciences core requirement.

Lower Division Major Requirements:
BIOL 101: General Biology I
BIOL 111: General Biology I Laboratory
BIO 3A: General Biology I
BIOL 102: General Biology II
BIOL 112: General Biology II Laboratory
BIO 3B: General Biology II 
BIOL 201: Cell Function None
CHEM 110: General Chemistry I
CHEM 111: General Chemistry I Laboratory
CHEM 1A: General Chemistry I
CHEM 112: General Chemistry II
CHEM 113: General Chemistry II Laboratory
CHEM 1B: General Chemistry II
CHEM 220: Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 221: Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
CHEM 12A: Organic Chemistry
CHEM 222: Organic Chemistry II
CHEM 223: Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
CHEM 12B: Organic Chemistry
MATH 122: Calculus for the Life Sciences I MATH 3A: Analytic Geometry and Calculus
MATH 123: Calculus for the Life Sciences II MATH 3B: Analytic Geometry and Calculus
NTLS 190: Exploring the Natural Sciences None
NTLS 250: Blue Planet: Introduction to Earth Science None
PHYS 253: General Physics I PHYS 4A: General Physics
PHYS 254: General Physics II PHYS 4B: General Physics