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CHEM 488 Directed Research in Biochemistry

This is a faculty designed independent study (FDIS) which provides students the opportunity to do independent research in the field of biochemistry under the supervision of a resident chemistry/biology faculty member. This course improves students problem solving, analytical, and reasoning skills. At the end of the course, students complete a research report that must be approved by the instructor. The number of credits will be decided by the faculty and the student.

Prerequisites

Special information

Note: Instructor's permission required.
1-5 Undergraduate credits

Effective May 2, 2018 to present

Learning outcomes

General

  • Summarize terminology and literature commonly used in a specific field/area of biochemistry.
  • Develop problem solving, numerical/computational, and mathematical skills.
  • Conceptualize common issues addressed within this field.
  • Demonstrate the conceptual and practical skills necessary to answer questions and solve problems in a specific field/area of biochemistry.
  • Identify the areas of research interests in biochemical related fields.

Fall 2021

Section Title Instructor
21 Directed Research in Biochemistry Mensinger, Zack Lee Books Course details

Spring 2022

Section Title Instructor
21 Directed Research in Biochemistry Staff, Staff Books Course details