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  Jan 24, 2022
 
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Chemistry Major (CEDU) (Teacher Licensure), BA


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Requirements


Liberal Arts: 38 Hours


All majors at Harding are required to complete 53 hours of Liberal Arts studies. The following Liberal Arts requirements are met within the content of the major:

  • Biology, mathematics, physical science requirements
  • 3 hours of the Global Perspectives component are counted below in the hours required for the major. 
  • EDFD 2030  is taken in place of PSY 2010  in the Individual and Social Environment component and is counted below in the hours required for licensure.

Recommended:

Required:

Major: 54 Hours


Other required science and math courses (12 hours):


Note(s):


Math leveling work, if needed, replaces the electives and increases the total hours in the degree.

Note(s):


Students seeking teaching licensure must follow eligibility criteria for admission and retention listed in the Cannon-Clary College of Education  section of the undergraduate catalog.

The following Praxis II examinations are required for licensure: Principles of Learning and Teaching: Grades 7-12 (0624) and Physical Science: Content Knowledge (0481).

Remaining Bible/Electives: 5 Hours


PHS 4100 , counted above in the major, satisfies the Bible requirement in the semester it is taken. It should be taken in the spring of the senior year. Bible is not taken during the supervised teaching semester. If BMIS 3000 , BMIS 3080 , or BMIS 3020  is taken for 3 credit hours it satisfies the Bible requirement during the semester it is taken and 3 hours of global perspectives, thereby increasing the electives by 2 credit hours.

See Bible Class Enrollment policy here .

Total Hours: 128


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