While less specialized than the B.S. program, the B.A. degree provides sound training in chemistry. It offers fine preparation for those planning to enter medicine or dentistry, secondary school teaching, or various vocations within the chemical industry. In fact, by electing some additional courses in chemistry beyond the minimum required, the student may prepare for graduate work under this program as well as under the BS. While this program allows a more flexible arrangement of schedules, the student should work closely with a chemistry advisor to be certain that the proper sequence of chemistry and related area courses is taken with regard to the prerequisites.
B.A. in Chemistry with Secondary Teaching Licensure.
Students complete a BA degree in chemistry as well as the requirements necessary to receive licensure for high school chemistry teaching. The last semester involves student teaching.