Bachelor Secondary Chemistry Education
Your Path to Success
If you are a person who enjoys chemistry and likes to work with young people, you should consider a career as a chemistry teacher. The B.S. in Secondary Chemistry Education prepares you to be a highly-qualified, state-certified teacher ready to teach at the middle and high school levels.
Your coursework will include hours spent in Daytona State’s chemistry laboratories working with an array of tools and modern instrumentation. Graduates of this program also learn to embrace diversity, promote ethics in education, focus on student excellence and enhance teaching and learning through innovative instructional practices.
- Demonstrate proficiency of the College-Level Academic Skills
- Conferred Associate of Arts degree from a regionally accredited institution
- Cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all higher education classes
- Completion of the Volunteer Clearance application
- Grade of "C" or better in the following prerequisite classes: EDF1005, EEX2010, MAC2311C, CHM1045C, CHM1046C, and BSC1010C, or PHY2048C, or PHY1053C, or PHY1054C
- Proof of passing scores for at least two of four subtests of the General Knowledge Test (GKT)
Launch your career with a BS in Secondary Chemistry Education degree.
The BS in Secondary Chemistry program fulfills the education courses, professional education competencies and practical experience required to obtain a five-year Florida Professional Certificate. As a graduate of this program, individuals will be certified to teach chemistry at the secondary level.