Chemistry and Secondary Education from Columbus State University is a Campus Bachelor Teaching degree that prepares you for a Education career. The baccalaureate degree programs in chemistry are designed to offer students a solid background in general, organic, inorganic, analytical, and physical chemistry as well as exposure to applied chemistry , biochemistry, spectroscopy, and instrumental analysis. Graduates are expected to appreciate both qualitative and quantitative interpretation, to think independently, and to apply skills and knowledge of chemistry to real-world problems. The Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry and Secondary Education degree program is offered in collaboration with the College of Education. This program is designed for students interested in teaching chemistry at secondary level and/or pursuing graduate studies in chemical education/science education . In addition to the general degree requirements, the BA in Chemistry and Secondary Education requires satisfactory completion of courses in chemistry, mathematics and physics, as well as in education . The IBID curriculum provides a broad foundation in the field of chemistry and education and prepares graduates to teach chemistry at middle and/or high schools. A broad range of upper-level elective courses in chemistry exists to expose students to modern fields within the chemical sciences and to help students broaden their understanding of science teacher education . Moreover, students are sufficiently prepared to pursue graduate studies in chemical education/science education. The mission of the Chemistry division of the Department of Chemistry and Geology at Columbus State University is: to provide students with a thorough undergraduate education in the fundamental principles of chemistry which will enable them to compete in a global society to prepare students for graduate and/or professional schools to prepare students for teaching careers in chemistry in Georgia and beyond to prepare students for research/technical careers in the chemical industry in the region and beyond to promote science education and environmental science in the local community and beyond to provide service to our geographic region in the chemical sciences through university-community partnerships Expected Outcomes Graduates will be able to: demonstrate knowledge of the diverse areas of chemistry, both theoretical and practical communicate the rapidly changing field of chemical knowledge effectively estimate and interpret chemical information in the context of the day-to-day events demonstrate skills in quantitative and qualitative problem-solving related to the chemical sciences demonstrate theoretical knowledge of chemical instrumentation, including the operation of microprocessor controlled instruments integrate the usage of computers in chemistry think independently and apply chemical knowledge to a problem demonstrate knowledge of safety methodologies used in the chemical laboratory enter into employment in the chemical industry or into graduate or professional schools View more details on Columbus State University . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related Teaching courses.