Certificate in Chemistry Education

 

Program Objectives

In keeping with the mission of The University of Texas at Arlington to provide lifelong learning opportunities, the Chemistry & Biochemistry Department has created a Graduate Certificate in Chemistry Education. The purpose of this certificate is to provide teaching professionals with graduate instruction in Chemistry as a means of maintaining and promoting their professional development. The certificate provides a post-baccalaureate educational opportunity to teachers that is narrower in scope, and shorter in duration, than its associated graduate degree program.

 

Admission Requirements

The terms of admission allow participants to take the specific courses approved for the certificate program. Under these rules, students are admitted as non-degree or special students. They are not allowed to take courses outside of their program.

 

Any student that later seeks a graduate degree in the MA program may apply 9 to12 hours of course work toward that program if done within 6 years of completion of the certificate by petitioning the Graduate School through her/his prospective academic department

 

Students must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 for all courses completed in order to receive the Certificate.

 

Requirements for the Certificate

The Certificate in Chemistry requires students to take and successfully complete, Contemporary Science 5301 plus at least 9 advanced hours in Chemistry with a minimum GPA of 3.0.

 

The advanced courses available to participants in the certificate program include:

 

SCIE 5301 Contemporary Science*

CHEM 5355 Principles of Chemistry I

CHEM 5356 Principles of Chemistry II

CHEM 5358 Laboratory Problems in Chemistry

 

*Required

For applications or more information, contact:

Dr. Greg Hale, Assistant Dean of Science

Office: (817) 272-3807

Fax: (817) 272-3511

E-mail: GRHALE@UTA.EDU

UTA College of Science, Box 19047, Arlington, TX 76019

Physical address: Life Science Building, Room 206

Visit our website at http://www.uta.edu/cos/