Summer 2020 - MBB 496 D100
Directed Research for MBB-BUS and MBB-CS Joint Honours (6)
Class Number: 2691
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:75 units and upper division standing in MBB-BUS or MBB-CS Joint Honours program, and MBB 308 or 309W with a minimum grade of C.
Part-time laboratory research in an area of molecular biology or biochemistry under the supervision of an MBB faculty member or associate. This course is intended only for students taking a joint MBB-BUS or MBB-CS honours degree. MBB 496 coursework includes the preparation of a research proposal, a report and an oral presentation on the results of the research.
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