PHYS 355 Independent Study With Thesis

Student-designed research project, including scientific literature review and laboratory work to solve the defined problem. Results must be presented in chemistry seminar (PHYS390) and a poster presentation at a conference (UG Symposium, Regional or National Conference). Eight to twelve hours of laboratory work and a one-hour meeting with a faculty mentor per week. Results after the conclusion of 8 (up to 16 total) credits reported in a final thesis, which is submitted to the faculty of the Department and defended to a thesis committee of three faculty members. Grade of S or U assigned until completion of the thesis and defense, at which time a grade is posted and full credits are earned.




PHYS 390