Undergraduate Research at UM

University of Mississippi

Departmental Courses for Undergraduate Research

This page contains descriptions and links to many of the courses in departments that can be used to get credit for undergraduate research projects.

 

ACCOUNTANCY

ACCY 420. Independent Study. Reading and research in a topic in the field of accountancy. (1 – 6 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Course may be repeated only once.

 

AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

AAS 504: Research in African American Studies. Intellectual history of research about the African American experience and the rise of African American studies. Critical examination of past and current research and its significance to various disciplines. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Instructor Approval Required, Senior or above standing required, AAS 201 or AAS 202

 

AAS 498: Afri-American Studies Directed Study. Individual study of an issue or topic in an area of specialization where the student has demonstrated the interest and competence necessary for independent research. The issue topic must be selected in conference with appropriate faculty. (3 – 6 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Instructor Approval Required, Senior or above standing required, 15 credit hours required in AAS courses.

 

ART

ART 334. INTRODUCTION TO FIELDWORK TECHNIQUES. Examination of the theory, practice, and tradition of documentary field research, including the use of photography, film and video, and tape recorders. Special emphasis of documentary study of the American South. (Crosslisted as S ST 334, ANTH 334, and SOC 334). (3).

 

AH 308: Art History Internship. Individually planned work experience in a museum, gallery, or art organization. This course may not be used to satisfy the fine or performing arts requirements for the B.A. and B.S. degrees. (1 – 3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Instructor Approval Required. NOTE: This class can also be used for the New York Internship Experience, the Washington Internship Experience, or for Study Abroad.

 

AH 490: Selected Readings: Art Hist. & Criticism. (1 – 3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Senior or above standing required, Instructor Approval Required.

 

ART 410: Art Internship. Individually planned work experience relating to a major area of emphasis. Open to art majors of junior standing or with consent of instructor. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Instructor Approval Required. NOTE: This class can also be used for the New York Internship Experience or the Washington Internship Experience.

 

Art 490: Directed Individual Problems. (1 – 6 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Instructor Approval Required.

 

ART 491: Thesis. This course requires the design and fabrication of a cohesive body of artwork presented through a professional quality exhibition. (1 – 3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Art 405: Pre-Thesis Forum (Minimum grade: C), Senior or above standing required, and Admission to the BFA program.

 

BIOLOGY

BISC 491: Directed Study in Biological Sciences I. Independent research project of mutual student/faculty interest conducted under the supervision of biology faculty. Requirements include a research paper and/or presentation. Students must contact a faculty sponsor before enrollment. May be repeated for up to 3 hours cumulative credit. (Two hours per week per credit hour attempted). (1 – 3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Bisc 160/161 & 162/163: Biological Sciences I & II, Biological Sciences I & II Laboratory (Minimum grade: C), Instructor Approval Required. NOTE: This class can also be used for Washington Internship Experience.

 

BISC 492. DIRECTED STUDY IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES II. Similar to BISC 491 except that the credit hours cannot be applied to the degree requirements of a major or minor in biology. Prerequisite: BISC 491 and consent of instructor. (1-3).

 

BUSINESS

BUS 500. BUSINESS INTERNSHIP. Internship open to business students of junior or senior standing or to MBA students. A business field experience of at least 10 weeks or full-time employment is required. (May be repeated once.). (3). (Z grade). This course would work for economics and finance majors also.

BUS 400. SPECIAL TOPICS IN BUSINESS. A seminar for special topics in business, either for discussion or for individual research projects. Senior standing only. (1-6).

 

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

CH E 407, 408 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROJECTS. Specific topic investigated by each student; report due at the end of each semester. (1-3, 1-3).

 

CHEMISTRY

CHEM 251: Introduction to Individual Research. Research project conducted by the student under faculty supervision. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours of credit. May not be used for major or minor credit. (1 – 2 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Chem 105: General Chemistry I and Chem 115: General Chemistry Laboratory I (Minimum grade: D), Consent of Department Chairperson Required. NOTE: This class is designed for 1st year students doing laboratory research. Students with Sophomore standing should use CHEM 351.

CHEM 351. Individual Research. Research project conducted by the student under faculty supervision. May be repeated once for a maximum of 9 hours of credit. Prerequisite: CHEM 222, 226 (Minimum grade: D), and Consent of Department Chairperson. (1-3).

CHEM 463. Senior Research. Research project conducted by the student under faculty supervision. Written report and either poster presentation or oral seminar presentation required. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours of credit. Prerequisites: CHEM 226 (Minimum grade: D), and Consent of Department Chairperson. (1-3).

 

CINEMA.

CINE 397: Internship in Cinema. Internship with a significant cinema component. Students will produce an analysis of the internship experience. They will also produce a significant academic work, with an option for a written paper or to produce a work in another appropriate medium. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Consent of Cinema Minor Director Required.

 

CIVIL ENGINEERING

C E 497. CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECTS. Special problems or independent study in civil engineering research and design. Prerequisite: senior standing or consent of instructor. (3).

 

CLASSICS

GR 507. SPECIAL READING. Extensive reading of authors not included in specific courses above, arranged according to needs of individual student. (May be repeated for additional reading and credit). (1-3).

LAT 507. SPECIAL READING. Extensive reading of authors not included in specific courses above, arranged according to needs of individual student. (May be repeated for additional reading and credit). (1-3).

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSCI 487. SENIOR PROJECT. Each student conducts an in-depth study of a current problem in computer science or a related area. Upon completion, the student presents the results in both oral and written forms. Prerequisite: 6 hours of CSCI 300+ classes. (3).

CSCI 490. SPECIAL TOPICS. Study of topics in computer science according to interests of instructor and students. (May be repeated once for credit when the topic varies.) Prerequisite: CSCI 211 and CSCI 223. (3).

CSCI 495. UNDERGRADUATE COMPUTER SCIENCE INTERNSHIP. Internship in approved settings to enhance the educational experience of the student through supervised training in a professional computer science environment. Completion of an internship is recommended for all students but this credit does not count toward completion of degree requirements. Prerequisites: consent of instructor. Z grade. (3).

 

ECONOMICS

ECON 520: Special Topics in Economics. Selected issues, problems, research techniques, materials, and policies; content varies. (3 Credits)

ECON 540: Seminar in Economics. Selected topics in economics; content varies. (May be repeated once for credit). (3 Credits)

 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

E L E 461, 462. SENIOR DESIGN IN ENGINEERING I,II. Prerequisite: EL E 353, 368 and senior status. (3 and 6 lab hours, respectively). (1,2)

E L 521, 522. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROJECTS. Approved investigation of problem under direction of a member of the staff. (May be repeated for credit). (3,3).

Check with the Engineering department on how to use these for the exploratory research and senior thesis.

 

ENGLISH

ENGL 300: Internship in English. Internship with publishing house, library, or other organization related to literary studies or creative writing. Z grade. (1 – 3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Consent of Department Chairperson Required

ENGL 496. DIRECTED READING. Independent study restricted to advanced majors. Topics, texts, and requirements will vary; substantial reading list and significant writing component required. See director of undergraduate English for further requirements. (3).Prerequisite: Instructor Approval Required, +1 of the following courses: ENGL 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, or 226.

ENGL 499: SENIOR THESIS. A significant investigation under the supervision of a major professor. (3 – 6 Credits) Prerequisite: Senior or above standing required, +1 of the following courses: ENGL 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, or 226.

 

*For students planning a creative writing thesis:

ENGL 419. ADVANCED POETRY WORKSHOP. (3 Credits) Prerequisite: Engl 317: Beginning Poetry Workshop (Minimum grade: D), +1 of the following courses: ENGL 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, or 226. Prerequisite requirements for this course may also be satisfied by consent of instructor.

ENGL 424. ADVANCED FICTION WORKSHOP. Prerequisite requirements for this course may also be satisfied by consent of instructor. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Engl 311: Beginning Fiction Workshop (Minimum grade: D), +1 of the following courses: ENGL 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, or 226

 

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES.

ENVS 385: Environmental Studies Internship. Internship with a business, a non-profit organization, or a government agency that includes a significant environmental component. Written analysis of internship experience and related academic paper required. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Consent of Environmental Studies Director Required.

 

FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE

FCS 482. PRACTICUM IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT. Individually planned work in business or agency relating to human development. Prerequisites include senior standing as an FCS major in the human development emphasis area, the consent of the instructor, and a minimum GPA of 2.5 in FCS course work. (3).

FCS 483. PRACTICUM IN DIETETICS AND NUTRITION. Individually planned work/field experience in one or more facets of the dietetics and nutrition area. Experiences must be approved by the student’s adviser. Prerequisites: FCS 311, 417, 461, 462, consent of the instructor, and a minimum GPA of 2.00 in prerequisite courses. (3).

FCS 484. PRACTICUM IN HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT. Individually planned work experience in one or more facets of the hospitality industry. The work experience must be approved by the student’s adviser. Prerequisites: senior standing and completion of four of the following courses with GPA of 2.00 or higher in FCS 361, 461, 462, 463, 467, and MGMT 371. (3).

FCS 493. INDIVIDUAL/GROUP STUDY. Development of special projects under supervision. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (1-6).

 

FINANCE

FIN 445. INTERNSHIP IN INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT. On-the-job experience with a firm engaged in insurance and/or risk management. As well as performing job duties, students will analyze the firm’s operations, management, strategic plans, and growth prospects. Prerequisites: FIN 341 and consent of instructor. (3-6).

 

GENDER STUDIES

G St 497: Internship in Gender Studies. Internship in approved work settings under professional supervision. May be repeated once for a cumulative total of 3 hours of credit. Z grade (1 – 3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Director of Gender Studies Approval

G ST 499. DIRECTED READINGS IN GENDER STUDIES. Individual research into selected issues in gender studies; content varies. May be repeated once for credit with permission of director. (3 Credits). Prerequisite: Instructor Approval Required. (May be repeated once for credit with permission of director.)

 

GEOLOGY AND GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING

GEOL 515. DIRECTED STUDIES. Individual investigation of an original problem either as a senior research problem or a graduate research problem for non-thesis credit. (May be repeated for credit). (1-3).

G E 421. GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN. Geological engineering design by the application of rock mechanics, soil mechanics, geology, geophysics, remote sensing and hydrology to geological and engineering problems. The taking of the national Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination is a requirement of this course. Prerequisite: G E 420. (3).

G E 430, 431. Application of geological engineering and geology to special study field problems. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (4).

G E 437. GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN FIELD CAMP. Geological engineering design problems at the South Dakota Consortium’s Black Hills Field Station. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (3-6).

G E 490. DIRECTED STUDIES AND PROJECTS. Individual studies and/or projects for undergraduates on specific topics. (1-3).

 

HEALTH, EXERCISE SCIENCE, AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT

ES 473. PRACTICUM. Supervised experience in an approved professional setting to total 200 clock hours. Prerequisites: Senior rank; 2.5 GPA in professional core; 24 professional core hours complete; consent of adviser. (3).

ES 490. INDEPENDENT STUDY. Prerequisite: instructor’s approval. (1-3).

ES 493. INTERNSHIP. Full-time internship to provide application of curriculum content through supervised experiences. Internship locations are limited to departmentally approved sites. All exercise science and professional core courses must be completed prior to internship. (12).

PRM 490. INDEPENDENT STUDY. A course designed to allow individual educational pursuit in selected areas of interest in the field of park and recreation management. Prerequisites: PRM 194 or PRM 200; instructor’s consent. (3).

 

HISTORY

HIS 401H. HONORS DIRECTED READINGS. Directed readings in history. Open only to Honors College students working on theses in history. (3). PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

HIS 402H. HONORS DIRECTED RESEARCH. Directed research in history. Open only to Honors College students working on theses in history. (3). PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

HIS 400. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR IN UNITED STATES HISTORY.

Closed to non-majors except with instructor’s permission. (3). PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

His 445: Undergrad Research: Europe to 1648. Closed to nonmajors except with instructor’s approval. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

HIS 450. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR IN EUROPEAN HISTORY. Closed to non-majors except with instructor’s permission. (3). PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

HIS 460. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR IN AFRICAN HISTORY. Closed to non-majors except with instructor’s permission. (3). PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

HIS 470. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR IN LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY.

Closed to non-majors except with instructor’s permission. (3). PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

His 480: Undergrad Research: East Asia. Content varies. Closed to nonmajors except with instructor’s approval. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

HIS 490. UNDERGRADUATE READING SEMINAR IN HISTORY. Reading and writing seminar for majors; content varies, may be repeated for credit. May substitute for any 400-level course to meet major requirements. (3). PREREQUISITES: Junior Standing Required, Enrollment restricted to History Majors

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

INST 411. RESEARCH IN EAST ASIAN STUDIES. Students conduct departmentally approved research project off campus under faculty supervision and with permission of International Studies program. May be repeated with permission of International Studies program. (1-6).

INST 412. RESEARCH IN EUROPEAN STUDIES. Students conduct departmentally approved research project off campus under faculty supervision and with permission of International Studies program. May be repeated with permission of International Studies program. (1-6).

INST 413. RESEARCH IN LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES. Students conduct departmentally approved research project off campus under faculty supervision and with permission of International Studies program. May be repeated with permission of International Studies program. (1-6).

INST 414. RESEARCH IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES. Students conduct departmentally approved research project off campus under faculty supervision and with permission of International Studies program. May be repeated with permission of International Studies program. (1-6).

Inst 415: Research in International Studies. Students conduct departmentally approved research project off campus under faculty supervision and with permission of international studies program. May be repeated with permission of international studies program. (1 – 6 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Enrollment restricted in International Studies Majors.

INST 421. RESEARCH SEMINAR I. Preparatory senior thesis writing seminar required of all majors. Prerequisite: international studies majors only. (3).

INST 422. RESEARCH SEMINAR II. Senior thesis writing seminar required of all majors. Prerequisite: INST 421. (3).

 

JOURNALISM

JOUR 401. MAGAZINE SERVICE JOURNALISM. Trends in service journalism magazine publishing. Students prepare a prospectus for a new venture, including concept, editorial philosophy, competition, staff, audience, content, and budget. Prerequisite: JOUR 271. Prerequisite or corequisite: JOUR 273. (3).

JOUR 495. JOURNALISM PRACTICUM. Internship experience in print or electronic news media or related media agencies, such as public relations and advertising. Prerequisites: junior standing, minimum 2.5 departmental GPA, and approval of department chair. (1-3). (Z grade).

JOUR 501. MAGAZINE SERVICE JOURNALISM PUBLISHING. Conceptualization, market research and production for a prototype and media kit for a service journalism magazine. Prerequisite: JOUR 401. (3).

JOUR 580. TOPICS IN JOURNALISM. Perspectives on issues such as international mass communication, media and society, journalism ethics, diversity, etc. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (May be repeated once for credit). (3).

JOUR 599. MEDIA PROBLEMS. Directed individual study or professional project. Prerequisite: permission of faculty supervisor and department chair. (May be repeated once for credit). (1-3).

Other Journalism courses that may work are: JOUR 400, International Journalism; JOUR 573, Mass Communication, Technology and Society; JOUR 574, Public Opinion and the Mass Media; JOUR 475, Media Issues and Ethics (new title). You should check with the Journalism chair and the Honors director before signing up for these courses.

 

LEADERSHIP AND COUNSELOR EDUCATION

COUN 551. INDIVIDUAL STUDY. Development of special projects under supervision. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (1-6).

 

LINGUISTICS

LING 499. RESEARCH THESIS. (3).

 

MATHEMATICS

MATH 397. SPECIAL PROBLEMS. May be repeated twice for credit for a total of 6 hours. Prerequisite: MATH 305 (Minimum grade: C). (1-3).

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

M E 417, 418. PROJECTS. Approved investigation of original problem under direction of a staff member. Corequisite: ENGR 309, 321. (1-3, 1-3).

 

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

MEDC 541, 542. PROBLEMS IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY. Investigation of individual problems. Prerequisite: minimum GPA of 2.50 on all professional pharmacy courses attempted and consent of instructor. (1-4, 1-4)

 

MODERN LANGUAGES

CHIN 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHINESE. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Chinese 302 or equivalents. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department). (3).

CHIN 598: Chinese Capstone Internship. Students from the Chinese Flagship Program complete a professional internship for a Chinese company working in China. Z grade (1 – 6 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Approval of the Director of the Chinese Flagship Program.

FR 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN FRENCH. Topics vary. Prerequisite: French 304 or equivalent. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department). (3).

GERM 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN GERMAN. Topics vary. Prerequisite: GERM 304 or equivalent. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department). (3).

ITAL 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN ITALIAN. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Italian 302 or equivalent. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department). (3).

JAPN 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN JAPANESE. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Japanese 302 or equivalent. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department). (3).

KOR 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN JAPANESE. Topics vary. Prerequisite: KOR 212 or KOR 298. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department. May not be used to fulfill foreign language requirement.). (1-6 Credits).

MLLL 399. SPECIAL TOPICS. May be repeated once for credit. (3).

PORT 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN PORTUGUESE. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Portuguese 302 or equivalent. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department). (3).

RUSS 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN RUSSIAN. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Russian 302 or equivalent. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department). (3).

SPAN 399. SPECIAL TOPICS IN SPANISH. Topics vary. Prerequisite: Spanish 304, 305 or equivalent. (May be repeated once for credit, with permission of department). (3).

 

MUSIC

MUS 497. SENIOR THESIS. An in-depth study of a topic in music history or music theory under the supervision of a major professor, concluding with a formal oral presentation and a research paper. Prerequisites: senior standing and consent of major professor. (3). Z grade

 

NEUROSCIENCE.

NEU 491/492: Directed Study in Neuroscience. Independent research project for neuroscience minors. Requirements include a research paper and/or presentation. Cannot be counted towards the minor if Bisc 491, Psy 420, or ES 490 has been used towards the minor. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Instructor Approval Required, BISC 327 or PSY 319 with minimum grade of B. NOTE: NEU 492 is similar to NEU 491 except that the credit hours for NEU 492 cannot be applied to the requirements of a neuroscience minor.

 

PHARMACEUTICS

PHAR 541, 542. PROBLEMS IN PHARMACEUTICS. Investigation of individual problems of current interest in pharmaceutics. Prerequisite: minimum GPA of 2.50 on all professional pharmacy courses attempted and consent of instructor. (1-3, 1-3).

 

PHARMACOGNOSY

PHCG 541, 542. PROBLEMS IN PHARMACOGNOSY. Individual investigation of problems of current interest in pharmacognosy. Prerequisite: minimum GPA of 2.50 on all professional pharmacy courses attempted and consent of instructor. (1-4, 1-4).

 

PHARMACOLOGY

PHCL 541. PROBLEMS IN PHARMACOLOGY. Investigation of individual problems. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (May be repeated for credit). (1-3).

 

PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION

PHAD 541, 542. PROBLEMS IN PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION. Investigation of individual problems. Prerequisite: minimum GPA of 2.50 on all professional pharmacy courses attempted and consent of instructor. (3).

 

PHARMACY PRACTICE

PRCT 541,542. PROBLEMS IN CLINICAL PHARMACY. Individual investigation of problems of current clinical interest in pharmacy. (1-3, 1-3).

 

PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

PHIL 490. DIRECTED READINGS IN PHILOSOPHY. Individual research into selected philosophical issues; content varies. Consent of instructor required. (May be repeated once for credit). (3).

PHIL 497. SENIOR SEMINAR. Development of advanced skills in philosophical analysis and criticism through writing and presenting philosophical papers. Prerequisite: senior standing. (3).

PHIL 503. SEMINAR. Selected topics. Content varies. (3).

REL 490. DIRECTED READINGS IN RELIGION. Individual research into selected philosophical issues; content varies. Consent of instructor required. (May be repeated once for credit). (3).

REL 497. CAPSTONE COURSE. Development of advanced skills in analysis and criticism through writing and presenting papers. Prerequisite: senior standing. (3).

REL 501. SEMINAR. Selected topics. Content varies. (3).

 

PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY

PHYS 463. SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT. An individual research project involving an experimental or theoretical investigation for which a written report is required. Prerequisite: senior standing and consent of selected research director. (1-3).

PHYS 464. SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT. An individual research project involving an experimental or theoretical investigation for which a written report is required. Prerequisite: PHYS 463. (1-3).

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE

POL 389: Internship in Government. Internship in an approved agency or branch of government; book reports and written reports on internship required. Z graded. May be repeated once with the permission of the department chair. (3 – 6 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Instructor Approval Required

POL 390: Honors in Political Science. Selected topics and issues. (3 Credits)

POL 399: Readings & Research in Political Science. May be repeated once for credit. (1 – 3 Credits)

POL 490H. DIRECTED READINGS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Directed readings in political science toward completion of honors theses. Open only to Honors students working on theses in political science. (3).

POL 491H. DIRECTED RESEARCH IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Directed research in political science toward completion of honors theses. Open only to Honors students working on theses in political science. May be repeated for credit with permission of department chair. (3).

 

PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 401. UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGY. Internship in approved work settings under professional supervision. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (May be taken for a maximum of 6 hours credit). (1-3). (Z grade).

PSY 405. MINOR RESEARCH PROBLEMS. Participate in small research projects under direction of a faculty member. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (May be taken twice for credit). (3). (Z grade).

PSY 420. SPECIAL TOPICS. Independent study of topics of mutual interest to student and professor. Student must find a professor to supervise the study before registering. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. (May be taken twice for credit). (3).

 

SOCIAL WORK

SW 459, 460. DIRECTED STUDY IN SOCIAL WORK. Individual study in specialized areas. Senior social work majors only. Consent of instructor required. (3).

 

SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH 335: Archaeological Field Session. Intensive training in archaeological survey and excavation techniques and analysis of archaeological materials. (6 Credits)

INSTRUCTION TYPE(S)

Indep Study: Individual Based Study for Anth 335

Indep Study: In-Country Program for Anth 335

ANTH 541: Individual Study Project. (3 Credits) PREREQUISITES: Instructor Approval Required, Senior or above standing required

 

SOC 405. RESEARCH PRACTICUM. Practical research experience through the development of

social research designs, data collection and analysis. Prerequisite: senior major. (Z grade). (3).

SOC 552. INDIVIDUAL STUDY PROJECT. Prerequisite: written consent of instructor. (3).