CHEMICAL RESEARCH DISCOVERY AND SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION
This is the signature course in chemistry. Under the supervision of a faculty member students will work on an independent research project, submit reports, write a thesis describing research findings and present and defend their findings in an oral seminar. Professional development activities include: skills for critical analysis of research, writing technical reports, ethics.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of the courses required for a Major in Chemistry and registration in a Specialization in Chemistry, Honors Specialization in Chemistry, or Honors Specialization in Biochemistry and Chemistry.
Extra Information: 15 laboratory hours/week, 1.5 course.
Typically taken in the final year. Permission of the Department is required.
Course Weight: 1.50
Subject Code: CHEM
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