Directed Undergraduate Research (DUR)

From the Academic Catalog:

396 Directed Undergraduate Research
This course provides a comprehensive research opportunity, including an introduction to relevant background material, technical instruction, identification of a meaningful project, and data collection. The topic is determined by the faculty member in charge of the course and may relate to his/her research interests. Prerequisite: determined by individual instructor. Offered based on department decision.

Some Examples of Directed Undergraduate Research Opportunities:

  • EDUC 396: Education: Borderlands
  • PSCI 396: Political Science: Politics and Community
  • PSYCH 396A: Psychology: Auditory Cognition
  • PSYCH 396B: Psychology: Gender and Emotion

For more course listings visit the Student Information System classes and labs tab. Search “res:” and a list of available Undergraduate Research Opportunities will become visible. Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Stop in to the CIS office located on the second floor of Thomson Hall.