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SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Biology)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Performance Standard, Computer Literacy Requirement, Writing Intensive Requirement, Senior Seminar Requirement, Internship/Cooperative Education, Sigma Zeta National Honor Society and Awards

SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Chemistry)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Performance Standard, Computer Literacy Requirement, Writing Intensive Requirement, Senior Seminar Requirement, Internship/Cooperative Education, Sigma Zeta National Honor Society and Awards

SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Environmental Studies)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Performance Standard and Internship/Cooperative Education

SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Forensic Science)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Performance Standard, Computer Literacy Requirement, Writing Intensive Requirement, Senior Seminar Requirement, Internship/Cooperative Education, Sigma Zeta National Honor Society and Awards

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS ENDORSEMENT

The secondary mathematics endorsement requires 23 credit hours in mathematics and is open only to students currently holding a secondary teaching certificate.

SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Integrated Science)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Performance Standard, Computer Literacy Requirement, Writing Intensive Requirement, Senior Seminar Requirement, Internship/Cooperative Education and Awards

Special Topics in Biology BIO 410

Selected topics and issues in biology as chosen by the instructor.

  • Prerequisites: Junior status in the major; Term: TBA
  • Categories: Biology Courses

Special Topics in Chemistry CHM 410

Advanced study of modern synthetic reactions, including mechanisms and theoretical perspectives. Includes use of modern spectroscopic methods.

  • Prerequisites: : CHM 241, CHM 325; Junior Status in major. Term: TBA.
  • Categories: Chemistry Courses

Special Topics in Environmental Studies: Urban Issues ENV 410

Advanced study of urban environmental problems ranging from health, crime, pollution and policy. 

Special Topics in Forensic Science FSC 410

Selected topics and issues in biology as chosen by the instructor.

Special Topics in Integrated Science ISC 410

Selected topics and issues in science and/or science education as chosen by the instructor.

Science Senior Seminar: Library Research ISC 496A

This course is designed for senior science majors to have the opportunity to write and orally present a research proposal. This will include conducting a literature review and designing an original research project. Students carry out their research project in ISC 496B. Use of computer for informational searches, data analysis, and word processing; oral presentations and final research paper required.

Science Senior Seminar: Laboratory Research ISC 496B

This course is designed for senior science majors to conduct research with the direction of a faculty member. The student will carry out a research project of their own design. Specifically students will conduct experiments, write up the results of those experiments, write up the conclusions based on those results and present the results and conclusions of the project both in written and oral formats.

Senior Seminar: Library Research MTH 496A

Investigation of a significant mathematical problem with the direction of a faculty member. Use of computer for library informational searches, scientific writing, data analysis and word processing. Oral presentation and paper required. If you intend to take MTH 496A, you must inform the department in the preceding winter semester.

  • Prerequisites: Senior standing in the major; completion of general education and writing requirements; completion of preliminary summer library research project; Term: fall
  • Categories: Mathematics Courses

Senior Seminar: Conclusion MTH 496B

The mathematical problem researched in MTH 496A is brought to a conclusion. An oral presentation and a final research paper are required.

SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Health Science)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Performance Standard, Computer Literacy Requirement, Writing Intensive Requirement, Senior Seminar Requirement, Internship/Cooperative Education, Sigma Zeta National Honor Society and Awards

SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Mathematics)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Credit for Prior Learning, Academic Performance Standard, Computer Literacy Requirement, Writing Intensive Requirement, Senior Seminar Requirement, Internship/Cooperative Education, Sigma Zeta National Honor Society and Awards

SPECIAL ELEMENTS OF THE PROGRAM (Pharmacy Technology)

Program Scheduling, Transfer Student Information, Academic Performance Standard, Externship and Admissions

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