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CHEM 437L Research Methods

Research methods is a three-credit laboratory course for Chemistry and Biochemistry majors. Students will work independently within a small group to solve scientific problems thoroughly and critically. Students will develop a research proposal and implement their strategy. Students will interpret experimental findings and summarize results in a final research report.

Prerequisites

Special information

First day attendance is mandatory.
3 Undergraduate credits

Effective December 16, 2019 to present

Learning outcomes

General

  • Adapt to working independently within a small group.
  • Design and implement an independent group research proposal.
  • Analyze and summarize primary scientific literature in chemistry/biochemistry.
  • Evaluate and interpret experimental design, data, and results in both written and oral communication.
  • Properly manage chemical use, safety, and disposal.

Fall 2021

Section Title Instructor
01 Research Methods Mensinger, Zack Lee Books Course details