Summer 2019 - MSE 496 D200
Special Project Laboratory (3)
Class Number: 2357
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:Permission of the undergraduate curriculum committee chair.
This course is intended for students wishing to pursue laboratory research on a specific topic outside the standard course offerings. Each student must be sponsored by a faculty member who will oversee the project. A proposal of the student's special project must be submitted to the school at least one month prior to the start of the term in which the course will be taken. The unit value of the project will be assessed during this review phase and the student will be directed to register in the appropriate course. Upon completion of a special project laboratory course, the student must submit a copy of the 'deliverables' to the chair of the undergraduate curriculum committee.
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