EXPL 391 - Seminar in Undergraduate Research Methods

Description
This seminar course offers undergraduate students the experiential opportunity to engage in research while building their foundation of research methods. Students may be part of the Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (LUROP) through a funded fellowship, or students may be working independently with a faculty mentor (volunteering in a lab, working on a research team). All students must have a research project with a faculty mentor identified prior to enrolling in this course. As an experiential learning course, students will need to be engaging in research with a faculty mentor concurrently to taking this course. Students must work a minimum of 5 - 10 hours each week over the semester on their research projects (10 ¿ 15 hours per week over the summer session). Students will reflect on research experience in the context of understanding research paradigms, application of research methodologies, understanding the implications of ethical research, and preparing to present research professionally. This course will provide students engaged in research with the opportunity to develop a formal written research paper and poster, as if the students are preparing to present their research in a professional setting, such as the LUROP Symposium. Class Notes: This class satisfies the Engaged Learning requirement in the Undergraduate Research category. Add Consent: Instructor Consent Required.
Credits
3
Attributes
Engaged Learning
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2020, Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017
Offered
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Avg. Class Size
20
Avg. Sections
1