Applied Undergraduate Research| Minor
The Applied Undergraduate Research Minor provides students the chance to research a topic of their own choosing, working in collaboration with a faculty mentor or collaborator.
The Applied Undergraduate Research Minor provides students the chance to research a topic of their own choosing while working in collaboration with a faculty mentor or collaborator. The minormandates some basic research-based curriculum, plus a self-directed aggregate of individual research within the School of choice. Students will engage in a novel research project culminating in a presentation of work to peers and faculty.
Minor requires 18 Semester Hours, including the required courses below.
AR 101: Technical Writing and Literature Reviews (3 Semester Hours)
AR 201: Principles of Research (3 Semester Hours)
AR 301: Research Philosophy, Regulations and Ethics (3 Semester Hours)
In addition, students must take one of the following:
MT 207: Probability and Statistics (3-4 Semester Hours)
PS 204: Statistics (3-4 Semester Hours)
MN 215: Business Statistics (3-4 Semester Hours)
Students will also take XX 160, 260, 360 and 460 (6 Semester Hours) Individual Research. Individual research course designation will be determined by the subject content. For example, individual research in biological sciences will receive a "BI" course designator. Students will complete Individual Investigation paperwork from the Registrar's Office to register for these courses.