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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry (BS) - Fermentation Sciences
    science introductory chemistry courses and analytical and environmental chemistry Meet more faculty Courses A 37 hour chemistry core 10 hours of physics 8 hours of mathematics 7 hours of biology plus the 18 hour fermentation science concentration consisting of Social Implications of Fermented Beverages Facility Design and Operation Sensory Analysis of Wine and Beer Beverage Management Wine Production and Analysis and Brewing Science and Analysis Course Descriptions Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Environmental Chemistry BS Forensic Science Chemistry BS Individually Designed Chemistry BS Marketing and Business Chemistry BS Secondary Education Chemistry Pre professional and Paramedical BS Minors A minor is optional Chemistry majors often minor or take courses in Physics Geology Math Spanish Criminal Justice Marketing or Biology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Depending on their research topic students may want to connect with scholars in other countries Chemistry majors are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Chemistry majors from Appalachian typically graduate with multiple job offers and can work in any area of the profession regardless of their concentration State of the art technology gives students job ready skills while also providing services to research and industry partners Professors focus exclusively on undergraduates and about half of all students conduct research directly with a faculty member and present at national or regional conferences Employers comment that Appalachian chemistry majors need minimal on the job training Weekly seminar discussions bring national leaders to campus enhancing learning and career opportunities for upper level students Number of Students About 5 of current chemistry majors pursue the Fermentation Sciences concentration Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Career options with any chemistry degree can include the following with some requiring more than a bachelor s degree Analytical Chemist Biochemist Brewer Lab Assistant Laboratory Technician Chemical Oceanographer Clinical Chemist Color Development Chemist Development Chemist Environmental Health Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Food and Drug Inspector Food Scientist Technician Forensic Chemist Hydrologist Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Pharmacologist Sanitation Inspector Toxicologist View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828 262 2763 Department of Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers the BA degree plus the BS with eight different concentrations Its programs prepare students for the

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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry (BS) - Forensic Science
    her passion for chemistry and law by pursuing a degree in forensic science Meet more faculty Courses A 37 hour chemistry core plus 10 hours of physics 11 hours of mathematics 8 hours of biology and 15 hours of criminal justice Course Descriptions Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Environmental Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Chemistry BS Individually Designed Chemistry BS Marketing and Business Chemistry BS Secondary Education Chemistry Pre professional and Paramedical BS Minors A minor is optional Chemistry majors often minor or take courses in Physics Geology Math Spanish Criminal Justice Marketing or Biology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Depending on their research topic students may want to connect with scholars in other countries Chemistry majors are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Chemistry majors from Appalachian typically graduate with multiple job offers and can work in any area of the profession regardless of their concentration State of the art technology gives students job ready skills while also providing services to research and industry partners Professors focus exclusively on undergraduates and about half of all students conduct research directly with a faculty member and present at national or regional conferences Employers comment that Appalachian chemistry majors need minimal on the job training Weekly seminar discussions bring national leaders to campus enhancing learning and career opportunities for upper level students Number of Students 17 5 of current chemistry majors pursuing the Forensic Science concentration Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Career options with any chemistry degree can include the following with some requiring more than a bachelor s degree Analytical Chemist Biochemist Brewer Lab Assistant Laboratory Technician Chemical Oceanographer Clinical Chemist Color Development Chemist Development Chemist Environmental Health Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Food and Drug Inspector Food Scientist Technician Forensic Chemist Hydrologist Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Pharmacologist Sanitation Inspector Toxicologist View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828 262 2763 Department of Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers the BA degree plus the BS with eight different concentrations Its programs prepare students for the chemistry and pharmaceutical industries professional schools graduate school teaching and more College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts

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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry (BS) - Individually Designed
    Dale Wheeler whose research into organometallic synthetic techniques has applications for optical and electro optical devices in the telecommunications and optical data processing industries Meet more faculty Courses A 32 hour chemistry core 10 hours of physics 8 hours of mathematics 6 8 hours selected from astronomy biology geology or physics plus 18 hours of an individually designed concentration to prepare the chemistry major to pursue other career opportunities This concentration may be developed in consultation with the chairperson of the Department of Chemistry and must be individually approved Course Descriptions click on the pdf for your major Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Environmental Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Chemistry BS Forensic Science Chemistry BS Marketing and Business Chemistry BS Secondary Education Chemistry Pre professional and Paramedical BS Minors A minor is optional Chemistry majors often minor or take courses in Nutrition Physics Geology Math Biology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Depending on their research topic students may want to connect with scholars in other countries Chemistry majors are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Chemistry majors from Appalachian typically graduate with multiple job offers and can work in any area of the profession regardless of their concentration State of the art technology gives students job ready skills while also providing services to research and industry partners Professors focus exclusively on undergraduates and about half of all students conduct research directly with a faculty member and present at national or regional conferences Employers comment that Appalachian chemistry majors need minimal on the job training Weekly seminar discussions bring national leaders to campus enhancing learning and career opportunities for upper level students Number of Students 1 of current chemistry majors pursue the Individually Designed concentration Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Career options with any chemistry degree can include the following with some requiring more than a bachelor s degree Analytical Chemist Biochemist Brewer Lab Assistant Laboratory Technician Chemical Oceanographer Clinical Chemist Color Development Chemist Development Chemist Environmental Health Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Food and Drug Inspector Food Scientist Technician Forensic Chemist Hydrologist Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Pharmacologist Sanitation Inspector Toxicologist View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828 262 2763 Department of Chemistry The Department

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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry (BS) - Marketing and Business
    hour chemistry core 10 hours of physics 8 hours of mathematics 6 8 hours selected from astronomy biology geology or physics plus a 21 hour marketing and business concentration consisting of Principles of Accounting I Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Marketing and Sales Management and electives from Professional Selling Retail Management Business to Business Marketing Integrated Marketing Communications Managing Distribution Channels Internship International Marketing Consumer Behavior and Marketing Research Course Descriptions Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Environmental Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Chemistry BS Forensic Science Chemistry BS Individually Designed Chemistry BS Secondary Education Chemistry Pre professional and Paramedical BS Minors A minor is optional Completing the required marketing courses for this degree with an overall GPA of at least 2 00 qualifies a student to minor in Marketing View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Depending on their research topic students may want to connect with scholars in other countries Chemistry majors are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Chemistry majors from Appalachian typically graduate with multiple job offers and can work in any area of the profession regardless of their concentration State of the art technology gives students job ready skills while also providing services to research and industry partners Professors focus exclusively on undergraduates and about half of all students conduct research directly with a faculty member and present at national conferences Employers comment that Appalachian chemistry majors need minimal on the job training Weekly seminar discussions bring national leaders to campus enhancing learning and career opportunities for upper level students Number of Students About 2 of current chemistry majors pursue the Marketing and Business concentration Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Career options with any chemistry degree can include the following with some requiring more than a bachelor s degree Analytical Chemist Biochemist Brewer Lab Assistant Laboratory Technician Chemical Oceanographer Clinical Chemist Color Development Chemist Development Chemist Environmental Health Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Food and Drug Inspector Food Scientist Technician Forensic Chemist Hydrologist Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Pharmacologist Sanitation Inspector Toxicologist View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828 262 2763 Department of Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers the BA degree plus the BS with

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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry (BS) - Secondary Education
    in Middle and High Schools and Reading in the Content Areas and 8 hours of another science Students can obtain a secondary science endorsement which qualifies them to teach other physical sciences by taking at least 12 semester hours in either Biology Geology or Physics Course Descriptions Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Environmental Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Chemistry BS Forensic Science Chemistry BS Individually Designed Chemistry BS Marketing and Business Chemistry Pre professional and Paramedical BS Minors A minor is optional View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society All education majors at Appalachian have an option to perform their student teaching abroad In addition depending on their research topic chemistry majors are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Students in this degree often receive multiple job offers and work at the high school of their choice By taking CHE 3520 Instructional Assistance students gain supervised teaching experience in an Appalachian chemistry classroom Students can become qualified to teach other physical sciences by taking additional courses in either Biology Geology or Physics Opportunities to conduct research with faculty prepare students for other chemistry career paths if they ever choose to leave teaching Number of Students About 5 of current chemistry majors pursue the Secondary Education concentration Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Some of these education related jobs may require education beyond a bachelor s degree Adult Education Teacher Chemistry Educational Researcher Curriculum Specialist Education and Training Administrator Education Management Specialist Educational Materials Sales Representative Science Writer Secondary School Teacher Training Specialist Tutor Vocational Instructor View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828 262 2763 Department of Chemistry The Department of Chemistry offers the BA degree plus the BS with eight different concentrations Its programs prepare students for the chemistry and pharmaceutical industries professional schools graduate school teaching and more College of Arts and Sciences Appalachian s largest college The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 500 faculty members and approximately 5 400 students majoring in 86 academic programs The college accounted for 32 percent of declared majors at Appalachian in 2014 15 Because the college is larg ely responsible for teaching courses in Appalachian s General Education curriculum

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  • Appalachian State University / Chemistry, Pre-professional and Paramedical (BS)
    to Botany Cell Biology Cell Biology Laboratory Comparative Vertebrate Zoology Molecular Biology and Immunology Course Descriptions Program of Study click on the pdf for your major Four Year Guide click on the pdf for your major NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Chemistry BA Chemistry BS Certified Chemist Chemistry BS Environmental Chemistry BS Fermentation Sciences Chemistry BS Forensic Science Chemistry BS Individually Designed Chemistry BS Marketing and Business Chemistry BS Secondary Education Minors Students in this concentration get a minor in biology or double major in chemistry and biology View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Forensic Club for students interested in forensic science computer forensics toxicology or a career in law enforcement Appalachian Chemical Society the campus chapter of the American Chemical Society Health Professions Club a resource for any students interested in health professions The club hosts three large group meetings each semester and has 10 career specific special interest groups that meet five times each semester to provide opportunities for students interested in a specific profession Alpha Epsilon Delta AED a campus chapter of the national pre health professional honor society Delta Delta Sigma a student organization that sponsors guest speakers community involvement and field trips for students interested in pursuing a future in dentistry Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society Depending on their research topic students may want to connect with scholars in other countries Chemistry majors are allowed to conduct research with faculty at any of Appalachian s international partners Admission Requirements There are no admission requirements beyond admission to Appalachian State University Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian Chemistry majors from Appalachian typically graduate with multiple job offers and can work in any area of the profession regardless of their concentration State of the art technology gives students job ready skills while also providing services to research and industry partners Professors focus exclusively on undergraduates and about half of all students conduct research directly with a faculty member and present at national conferences Employers comment that Appalachian chemistry majors need minimal on the job training Weekly seminar discussions bring national leaders to campus enhancing learning and career opportunities for upper level students Number of Students Nearly 40 of current chemistry majors pursue the Pre professional and Paramedical concentration Method of Delivery On campus only Careers The American Chemical Society details career options in industry academia government non profit and entrepreneurship Learn more Career options with any chemistry degree can include the following with some requiring more than a bachelor s degree Analytical Chemist Biochemist Brewer Lab Assistant Laboratory Technician Chemical Oceanographer Clinical Chemist Color Development Chemist Development Chemist Environmental Health Specialist Fire Protection Engineer Food and Drug Inspector Food Scientist Technician Forensic Chemist Hydrologist Pharmaceutical Sales Representative Pharmacologist Sanitation Inspector Toxicologist View more career possibilities Bureau of Labor Statistics Contacts College of Arts and Sciences Department of Chemistry Dr Claudia Cartaya Marin Chair cartayacp appstate edu 828

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  • Appalachian State University / Child Development (BS) - Birth through Kindergarten (licensure)
    undergraduate degree in this field was from Appalachian Courses The major s 44 hour core consists of these courses Child Dev Birth 2 Years Child Study Guidance Child Dev 3 K Years Foods Nutrition for Children Variations in Development Birth Kindergarten Issues in Transdisciplinary Service Delivery Infant Toddler Curriculum Preschool Curriculum Instruction Kindergarten Curriculum Families in Educational Process for Children Birth Kindergarten Developmental Educational Assessment Birth 5 Practicum I Practicum II Emergent Literacy Psychology Hist Soc Sci Fdns Program of Study Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Child Development BS Family and Consumer Sciences non licensure Career and Technical Education BS Family and Consumer Sciences Education Minors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Highlands Association of Child Development and Advocacy HACDA a child development advocacy organization working to educate and advocate the rights of the children in the community Service projects include escorting children in the homecoming parade hosting diaper drives and book drives building a children s library at the area homeless shelter supporting March of Dimes and more Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society This program includes opportunities for study abroad and or student teaching abroad Students have studied abroad in Australia Africa and Costa Rica and completed student teaching in places such as Ireland and Costa Rica Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian This degree includes four field experiences an infant toddler practicum of 150 hours a preschool practicum of 150 hours a student teaching assignment for 10 weeks and an agency internship for 5 weeks Students also gain experience on campus at the Lucy Brock Child Development Laboratory Program LBCDLP a Reggio inspired child development program with an emergent curriculum It was voted best child care program in Watauga County in 2014 The program s innovation includes a partnership with Watauga County Public Schools to open a N C pre K classroom in Parkway Elementary School This provides opportunities for supervised field placements Number of Students 32 Method of Delivery On campus and online Careers Teaching in the public schools pre K or Kindergarten Teaching in child care Teaching in Smart Start Working with teen mothers Early intervention agencies Director or owner of child care center s Child care resource and referral March of Dimes Make a Wish Foundation Summer camp director eXtension research based learning network Child Life Council Smart Start Partnership View more career possibilities Contacts Reich College of Education Department of Family and Child Studies Ellen Carpenter Chair carpentres appstate edu 828 262 7763 Denise Brewer Program Director of Child Development brewerdm appstate edu 828 262 7966 Andrea Anderson Lucy Brock Child Development Laboratory Program Director andersonaw appstate edu 828 262 3006 Cindy McGaha Lucy Brock Child Development Laboratory Program Curriculum Director mcgahac appstate edu 828 262 2632 Department of Family and Child Studies The Department of Family and Child Studies

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  • Appalachian State University / Child Development (BS) - Family and Consumer Sciences (non-licensure)
    an 18 hour professional core 11 hours in related fields such as foods and nutrition or personal finance and courses in a focus area Infant Toddler Preschool Kindergarten Middle Childhood or Research Child and family core courses include Housing Environments Child Dev Birth 2 Years Child Study and Guidance Family Development Origins and Movement Child Development 3 K Global Awareness Social History of the Family Family Child Professional Interaction A Focus on Young Children Adolescent Development Variations in Development Child Development Ages 5 12 Families in Later Life Program of Study Click on the pdf of your major Four Year Guide NCCC Transfer Four Year Guide Related Programs Child Development BS Birth through Kindergarten licensure Career and Technical Education BS Family and Consumer Sciences Education Minors View all minors Engagement Outside the Classroom Highlands Association of Child Development and Advocacy HACDA a child development advocacy organization working to educate and advocate the rights of the children in the community Service projects include escorting children in the homecoming parade hosting diaper drives and book drives building a children s library at the area homeless shelter supporting March of Dimes and more Global Learning Appalachian is committed to introducing students to different cultures and teaching them how to live and interact in a global society This program includes opportunities for study abroad and or student teaching abroad Students have studied abroad in Australia Africa and Costa Rica and completed student teaching in places such as Ireland and Costa Rica Admission Requirements Admission to Appalachian s Teacher Education Program is required Apply Visit Info Why Appalachian The Child Development non licensure degree is designed to give students a broad base of knowledge about children and families This degree includes two field experiences a 200 hour practicum and a 400 hour internship Students choose an area of focus including Infant Toddler Preschool Kindergarten Middle Childhood and Research for those planning to go on to graduate school Students also gain experience on campus at the Lucy Brock Child Development Laboratory Program LBCDLP a child development program with a cutting edge curriculum It was voted best child care program in Watauga County in 2014 Number of Students 65 Method of Delivery On campus only Careers Teaching in the public schools Pre k or Kindergarten Teaching in child care Teaching in Smart Start Early Intervention Agencies Directing a child care center Starting your own home child care center Director of child care centers Child Care Resource and Referral Smart Start Partnership March of Dimes Make a Wish Foundation Directing summer camps Extension Child Life Working with teen mothers View more career possibilities Contacts Reich College of Education Department of Family and Child Studies Ellen Carpenter Chair carpentres appstate edu 828 262 7763 Denise Brewer Program Director of Child Development brewerdm appstate edu 828 262 7966 Andrea Anderson Lucy Brock Child Development Laboratory Program Director andersonaw appstate edu 828 262 3006 Cindy McGaha Lucy Brock Child Development Laboratory Program Curriculum Director mcgahac appstate edu 828 262 2632 Department

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