Broadfield Science with Secondary Education (major; License to Master's)

Broadfield Science Major
SC-119Foundations of Chemistry4
Foundations of Biology
and Foundations of Biology Lab
Take one from the following:4
Biology of Plants
Biology of Animals
and Biology of Animals Lab
Natural History of North America
and Microbiology Lab
Take one from the following:4
Analytical Chemistry/Quantitative Analys
and Analytical Chem-Quant Analysis Lab
Organic Chemistry 1
and Organic Chemistry 1 - Lab
Chemistry of Inorganic Materials
and Chemistry/Inorganic Materials - Lab
Take one from the following:4
and Biochemistry - Lab
Instrumental Methods of Analysis Lab
Biochemistry of Micronutrients
PH-231Algebra-Based Physics I4
or PH-241 Calculus-Based Physics 1
PH-232Algebra-Based Physics 24
or PH-242 Calculus-Based Physics 2
GE-220Earth Science4
ED-477Tchg Science/Middle-Secondary Schl4
or LTM-622 Content Area Methods
GE-410Environmental Geology4
Take one from the following:3-4
College Algebra
or MT-124
Probability and Statistics
Take one BI or CH course at the 300/400 level at least 2 credits2
BI-491Senior Environmental Seminar3
or ENV-491 Integrated Environmental Seminar

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