Physical and Earth Science
|CEM 141||General Chemistry||4|
|CEM 142||General and Inorganic Chemistry||3|
|CEM 161||Chemistry Laboratory I||1|
|Survey of Organic Chemistry OR|
Organic Chemistry I and
Organic Chemistry II and
Organic Chemistry Lab
|PHY 231||Introductory Physics I||3|
|PHY 232||Introductory Physics II||3|
|PHY 251||Introductory Physics Laboratory||1|
|PHY 252||Introductory Physics Laboratory II||1|
|GLG 201||The Dynamic Earth||4|
|GEO 203||Introduction to Meteorology||3|
|AST 207||The Science of Astronomy||3|
|BS 161||Cell and Molecular Biology||3|
|BS 171||Cell and Molecular Biology Lab||2|
|BS 162||Organismal and Population Biology||3|
|BS 172||Organismal and Population Biology Lab||2|
|PSL 250||PSL 250 Introductory Physiology OR||4|
|IBIO 355L||Ecology Laboratory||1|
|ISE 401||Science Laboratories for Secondary Schools||4|
|ISE 420||Integrative Science Research||3|
TOTAL 50-55 credits
NOTE: Many courses have prerequisites. Check the
schedule of courses.
*The above set of courses is not a stand-alone teaching major or teaching minor. These courses must be completed in combination with an approved teaching major in Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics or Physical Science. In combination with these majors, the Integrated Science Endorsement may be substituted for a teaching minor. Also, a certified teacher or teacher candidate with an approved teaching major outside the sciences but with an approved science minor may earn an additional endorsement in Integrated Science. See an advisor in the College of Education, 134 Erickson Hall, for more information. Students must earn an overall GPA of 2.5 for the science courses listed above (including any approved course substitutions) as well as in the science teaching major or science teaching minor courses on which the endorsement is based and must pass the MTTC subject area test in Integrated Science – Secondary.
**PHY 183 and 184, 8 credits, with no additional Physics labs, can substitute for the 200 level physics and labs.
111 Natural Science Bldg.