Undergraduate Research Opportunities
The Forensic Science and Law program offers the following research-related courses leading up to the graduate research project:
FORE 470 Research Internship 1 - 3 cr.
Opportunity for selected Forensic Science students to work in either the Forensic Chemistry or Forensic DNA Laboratory on a research problem under the direction of a faculty mentor.
BIOL 398/399 Undergraduate Research – Biology 1 - 3 credits
Opportunity for selected students to work in the laboratory on research problems under the direction of a faculty member. Registration by permission of instructor. Pass/Fail. Laboratory.
CHEM 490H Honors Undergraduate Research – Maximum 2 cr./semester
Exceptional undergraduates that have been accepted into the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Honors program will perform advanced level research with the goal of producing sufficient quality data to enable them to prepare and Honors Thesis and manuscripts for publication.
CHEM 490W Undergraduate Research – Maximum 2 cr./semester
Selected students work on a research problem under the direction of a staff member.