CH 911 - Independent Study and Research I
During the first semester students are introduced to the basic concept of research combined with gaining practical experience with modern instrumental techniques such as NMR, IR, UV-Vis, SEM, HPLC, or X-ray fluorescence. Students meet with their faculty as necessary to discuss progress of their research. A minimum of 45 hours of work and submission of a paper that summarizes their work at the end of the semester are required. Students are also required to make a presentation in the fall semester; spring semester students will present at one or more of the following conferences: National American Chemical Society (ACS), Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM), Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS), the Honors Conference at QCC, or any other related conference. Students may only register for one credit of research per semester.
ELO - RFS (Research/ Field Study)
Academic Progress Units
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