The Chemistry Teacher Certification degree prepares students who seek teacher certification to teach high school chemistry. Graduates will need to pass the state examination in chemistry for the state in which they seek employment.
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In compliance with the recommendations of the American Chemical Society for curricula in undergraduate chemical education, the department offers courses in all five major areas of chemistry: inorganic, analytical, organic, physical, and biochemistry.
The Bachelor of Science for Molecular Biology prepares students for graduate research and/or employment in the rapidly growing fields of biotechnology, agribusiness, industry, law enforcement, and molecular biology.
A Bachelor of Science for Clinical Laboratory Science prepares students to conduct and supervise complex medical tests, clinical trials and research experiments. Students also learn to manage clinical laboratories. The management of these labs would include consulting with physicians or researchers on diagnoses, disease causation, spread of disease and research outcomes. This degree concentration requires three years of prescribed study on campus followed by a year of clinical training in an approved hospital school of clinical laboratory science.