The School of Education, Social Sciences and Technology

Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) with Education

Course over view


The course of study of the Bachelor of Science (Chemistry with Education) degree shall be completed in a period of:
(i) Four (4) years for Full-Time ,Part-Time and Long Distance Students.

Entry requirements

Minimum entry requirement: Five (5) “O” level credits or better which must include English Language and Mathematics.

Course Structure

First Year
First Semester
  1. BIO111 Foundations of Biology (I)
  2. CHE111 Introduction to Chemistry (I)
  3. ENG111 English language and Communication Skills
  4. MAT111 Introduction to Mathematics (I)
  5. PHY111 Introduction to Physics (I)
Second Semester
  1. CHE121 Introduction to Chemistry (II)
  2. CIT111 Introduction to Computer and Information Technology
  3. MAT121 Introduction to Mathematics (II)
  4. PHY121 Introduction to Physics (II)
Second Year
First Semester
  1. CHM211 State of Matter
  2. CHM212 Biological Chemistry
  3. EDD211 History and Development of Education
  4. PHI211 Philosophy of Education
Second Semester
  1. CHM221 Chemical Reactions
  2. CHM222 Inorganic Chemistry
  3. EDCHM221 Chemistry Teaching Methods
  4. EDP311 Educational Psychology
  5. VTA221 Visual Teaching Aids
Third Year
First Semester
  1. CHM311 Atoms and Molecular Structure
  2. CHM312 Structure and Bonding
  3. CHM313 Metals and Non-Metals
  4. EDCHM313 Chemistry Teaching Methods (II)
  5. EDP325 Teaching Practice
Second Semester
  1. CHM321 Molecular Geometry and Models of Covalent Bonding
  2. CHM322 Organic Chemistry
  3. CHM323 Electrochemistry
  4. EDD323 Education and Development
  5. EDS321 Sociology and Education
Fourth Year
First Semester
  1. CHM411 Applied Chemistry
  2. CHM412 Chemistry, Entrepreneurship and Wealth Creation
  3. CHM413 Chemicals, Aqueous and Complex Equilibria
  4. EDA411 Administration of Educational Institutions
  5. MPR400 Project
Second Semester
  1. CHM421 Contempory Issue in Chemistry
  2. CHM422 Chemistry and the Environment
  3. CHM423 Nuclear Chemistry
  4. EDD423 Curriculum Studies
  5. MPR400 Project