CHM399Y5 • Research Opportunity Program

This course provides third-year undergraduate students (after completion of 8.0 credits) who have developed some knowledge of Chemistry and its research methods, an opportunity to work in the research project of a professor in return for course credit. Students enrolled have the opportunity to become involved in original research, enhance their research skills and share in the excitement of acquiring new knowledge and in the discovery process of science. This course does not count as one of the requirements in the Chemistry Minor program. Participating faculty members post their project descriptions for the following summer and fall/winter sessions in early February and students are invited to apply in early March. See Experiential and International Opportunities for more details.

8.0 credits, including CHM110H5 and CHM120H5 with a minimum grade of 60% and [(MAT132H5 and MAT134H5) or (MAT135H5 and MAT136H5) or (MAT137H5 and MAT139H5) or (MAT157H5 and MAT159H5) or (MAT134Y5 or MAT135Y5 or MAT137Y5 or MAT157Y5)] and 2.0 credit of CHM/ JCP at the 200-level.
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