Summer 2018 - EASC 499 D100
Honours Thesis (6)
Class Number: 1460
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:105 units, admittance to the honours program and consent of a thesis supervisor.
Will include experimental and/or theoretical research in Earth Sciences or a related discipline, and the preparation of a thesis (research report). Selection of a research topic and preparation of the thesis will be done in consultation with a faculty member in Earth Sciences. A research seminar will be delivered at the end of the semester.
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