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TUteach - Chemistry

Dr. David Dalton, Program Director

College of Science and Technology

Beury Hall, Room 342

215-204-7138  

Dr. James Byrnes, Program Director

College of Education

Ritter Hall, Room 243

215-204-7962

Dr. Herbert Green, Master Teacher/Faculty Advisor

College of Science and Technology

Barton Hall, Room A306

Dr. Robert Levis, Chair

Dr. Donald Titus, Content Advisor
Beury Hall, Room 218
215-204-7127
dtitus@temple.edu

B.S. in Chemistry with Teaching

 

The B.S. with Teaching program in Chemistry is part of Temple's innovative teacher-training program, “TUteach.” The B.S. with Teaching provides broad training in Chemistry and prepares students for a career in secondary school teaching. Students who complete the B.S. with Teaching will meet Pennsylvania teacher certification requirements via theoretical and practical courses in education specifically designed for science and mathematics majors. The education courses in the B.S. with Teaching degree program include practice teaching in school district classrooms and emphasize inquiry-based approaches to learning.

 

Bachelor of Science Major Requirements

Calculus I, II and III; General Chemistry I, II with labs; Organic Chemistry I, II with labs; calculus-based Physics I, II; the following advanced chemistry courses: 3196*, 3105, 3301, 3302, 4001 and a choice of 4196 or 4396; along with SCI TEC 1189, 1289; Education 2179; Math Education or Science Education (Secondary) 2189, 4189, XXXX**, XXXX**, XXXX**, XXXX**; and Philosophy 3XXX**. 

 

Writing Intensive Requirement for Major

Students must take a minimum of two writing-intensive courses as part of the major.  Following is a list of courses that can be used to satisfy the writing-intensive requirement:  Chemistry 3196*, Chemistry 4196 or Chemistry 4396.

*Pending writing-intensive program approval.

**Pending final course approval.  Contact your academic advisor for more information when applicable.

Year 1 - Fall Semester      
Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Chemistry
Chemistry

Chemistry
Chemistry

Chemistry
Chemistry
1031
1033

1041
1043

1951
1953
General Chemistry I and
General Chemistry I Laboratory
     or
General Chemical Science I and
General Chemical Science I Laboratory
     or
Honors General Chemistry I and
Honors General Chemistry I Laboratory
3
1

3
1

3
1
SA
SA

SA
SA

SA
SA
SCI TEC 1189 Step 1: Inquiry Approaches to Teaching 1  
Mathematics

Mathematics
1041

1941
Calculus I
     or
Honors Calculus I
4

4
QB

QB
Subtotal     9  

 

Year 1 - Spring Semester      
Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Chemistry
Chemistry

Chemistry
Chemistry

Chemistry
Chemistry
1032
1034

1042
1044

1952
1954
General Chemistry II and
General Chemistry II Laboratory
     or
General Chemical Science II and
General Chemical Science II Laboratory
     or
Honors General Chemistry II and
Honors General Chemistry II Laboratory
3
1

3
1

3
1
SB
SB

SB
SB

SB
SB
SCI TEC 1289 Step 2: Inquiry-Based Lesson Design 1  
Mathematics

Mathematics
1042

1942
Calculus II
     or
Honors Calculus II
4

4
 
Subtotal     9  

 

Year 2 - Fall Semester      
Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Chemistry
Chemistry

Chemistry
Chemistry

Chemistry
Chemistry
2201
2203

2211
2213

2921
2923
Organic Chemistry I and
Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
     or
Organic Chemistry I for Majors and
Organic Chemistry I Laboratory for Majors
     or
Honors Organic Chemistry I and
Honors Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
3
1

3
1

3
1
 
Education 2179 Knowing & Learning in Mathematics & Science 3  
Mathematics 2043 Calculus III 4  
Physics

Physics
2021

1061
General Physics I
     or
Elementary Classical Physics I
4

4


SA
Subtotal     15  

 

Year 2 - Spring Semester      
Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Chemistry
Chemistry

Chemistry
Chemistry

Chemistry
Chemistry
2202
2204

2212
2214

2922
2924
Organic Chemistry II and
Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
     or
Organic Chemistry II for Majors and
Organic Chemistry II Laboratory for Majors
     or
Honors Organic Chemistry II and
Honors Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
3
1

3
1

3
1
 
Math Education or Science Education (Secondary) 2189 Classroom Interactions 3  
Physics

Physics
2022

1062
General Physics II
     or
Elementary Classical Physics II
4

4


SB
Subtotal     11  

 

Year 3 - Fall Semester      
Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Chemistry 3196* Techniques of Chemical Measurements I 3 WI
Chemistry 3105 Introduction to Chemical Research Techniques 1  
Chemistry 3301 Physical Chemistry Lecture I 3  
Philosophy 3XXX** Perspectives on Science & Mathematics 3  
Subtotal     10  

 

Year 3 - Spring Semester      
Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Chemistry 3302 Physical Chemistry Lecture II 3  
Math Education or Science Education (Secondary) XXXX** Language & Literacy in Mathematics & Science 3  
Math Education or Science Education (Secondary) XXXX** Research Methods 3  
Subtotal     9  

 

Year 4 - Fall Semester      
Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Chemistry 4001 Inorganic Chemistry 3  
Chemistry

Chemistry
4196

4396
Techniques of Chemical Measurement II
     or
Physical Chemistry Laboratory
5

4
WI

WI
Math Education or Science Education (Secondary) 4189 Project-Based Instruction 3  
Subtotal     10-11  

 

Year 4 - Spring Semester      
Department Course # Course Name Hours RCI
Math Education or Science Education (Secondary) XXXX** Apprentice Teaching 6  
Math Education or Science Education (Secondary) XXXX** Apprentice Teaching Seminar 1  
Subtotal     7  

*Pending writing-intensive program approval.

**Pending final course approval.  Contact your academic advisor for more information when applicable.

Credits in Coursework for B.S. in Chemistry with Teaching 80-81
General Education / Elective Credits 43-44
Total Credits for B.S. Degree 124

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