MA 905 - Undergraduate Research in Mathematics and/or Computer Science I

Overview

Course Title

Undergraduate Research in Mathematics and/or Computer Science I

Description

MA-905 will focus on a specific research question or topic to be announced in advance and will vary each semester as well as it will vary by section. Descriptions of the research topic in a particular section in a particular semester will be available in the Math & CS Department before registration. Areas of research include but are not limited to: Mathematical Modeling, Simulations, Computer Coding or Web Design, Statistical Research, Logic, Algebra, Geometry, Number Theory, Actuarial Science, Signal Processing, Mathematical Neuroscience, Dynamical Systems, Pedagogical Research (in Math), and History of Mathematics. Prerequisites: MA-440 or permission of the Department. Students need permission from the instructor in order to register for a section of this course. In addition, they need a letter of recommendation from a Math & CS instructor who has had the student in a college level class. Hours and credits: 90 hours of research, 2 credits

Typically Offered

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Academic Career

Undergraduate

Course Attributes

ELO - RFS (Research/ Field Study)

Credits

Minimum Units

2

Maximum Units

2

Academic Progress Units

2

Repeat For Credit

No

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

2

Requisites

026250

Course Schedule

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