EVR 2910  Undergraduate Research in Environmental Science credits: 1

Students (individually or in a group) design, conduct, analyze and present environmental science research that is proposed by the student. A full-time professor will provide supervision and guidance. The course is intended to help students acquire skills in applying research principles and obtain practice in data collection and reporting. The research project is recommended by a full-time faculty member to the Academic Chair. Upon approval by the Academic Chair, the proposal is forwarded to the Dean, Natural Sciences for approval. (Note: This course may be taken up to 6 times for a total of 6 credits.)

Prerequisite: EVR 1001C with a minimum grade of C and Permission of the Program: