EEOB 3494- Entering Independent Research
This course is designed to prepare undergraduate students to become independent researchers. Related topics include experimental, quasi-experimental, non-experimental designs, hypothesis testing, sampling, and research ethics. Formal and applied statistics, data analysis using SAS programming language, poster, presentation and graphing tools will also be given throughout the course. As research funding is an essential part of conducting experimental studies, students will also be guided through the process of grant writing. This 3 credit hour course is held Thursday 11:10 am - 12:30 pm in Baker Systems 285.
Students will also engage in outreach activities with grade school children to teach biodiversity and conservation.