Undergraduate research experience in which a student will work with a mentor to develop a research topic, work on semi-independent research, and present this topic in written and oral format. Students may work with a faculty mentor at Central State University or fulfill this requirement by doing an off-campus internship or job-shadowing experience. For the latter option, the student will work with a CSU faculty mentor upon return to campus to prepare and present a written and oral presentation for credit. Required of Biology and Education, Adolescent to Young Adult (7-12) Life Science majors. This course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and permission of the instructor.