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INBRE Programs Established

INBRE Programs Established

 

1. CH265 Directed Research
Provides an opportunity to engage in an independent, problem-oriented or technique-based research project under the guidance of a faculty member. After discussing possible topics with the supervising faculty member, student will be required to submit a written proposal outlining the proposed project and research design prior to enrolling in this course. Upon completion of the project, student will present his/her results in the form of a poster, paper, or oral PowerPoint presentation. Prerequisites: successful completion of CH150 and BI150 with a grade of C or higher, or approval of the supervising faculty member; sophomore standing; cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher. 2 credits

CH365 Directed Research
Provides an opportunity to engage in an independent, problem-oriented or technique-based research project under the guidance of a faculty member. After discussing possible topics with the supervising faculty member, student will be required to submit a written proposal outlining the proposed project and research design prior to enrolling in this course. Upon completion of the project, student will present his/her results in the form of a poster, paper, or oral PowerPoint presentation. Prerequisites: successful completion of CH150 and BI150 with a grade of C or higher, or approval of the supervising faculty member; junior standing; cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher. 2 credits

 

2. ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN LABORATORY SCIENCE FOR NURSING MAJORS
This certificate program is designed to strengthen preparation in the laboratory sciences and prepare nurses for work as researchers or eventually for a career in medicine.