1. Undergraduate Minors
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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, working in collaboration with a faculty mentor or collaborator. The minor covers basic-research based curriculum, plus a self-directed aggregate of individual research within the school of choice.

Required Courses

Minor requires 18 Semester Hours, including the required courses below.

  • AR 101: Technical Writing and Literature Reviews

  • AR 201: Principles of Research

  • AR 301: Research Philosophy, Regulations and Ethics

  • In addition, students must take one of the following:

    • MT 207: Probability and Statistics

    • PS 204: Statistics

    • MN 215: Business Statistics

  • Students will also take XX 160, 260, 360 and 460. The course subject and material will be designated by the research content. Students will work with the Registrar's Office and their advisors to determine these courses.