Chemistry and General Science Secondary Education Major Leading to 7-12 Certification

Chemistry and General Science Secondary Education Major Leading to 7-12 Certification  

 

Students studying chemistry at Grove City College may also prepare for careers in teaching and education by majoring in chemistry and general science secondary education leading to 7-12 certification. Students complete courses unique to the chemistry major while fulfilling the required liberal arts and education core.

In addition to the 111 credit hours of major coursework, students participate in real-life teaching situations during field experiences and student teaching.

Students should refer to the College Bulletin​ for major status sheets and information regarding state-specific certification requirements that are additional to the curriculum.​

 

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