MATH 450 Senior Research Capstone

5 credits, Fall and Spring

Provides an opportunity for the student to develop and conduct a scientific research project on campus or off campus. A minimum of 180 hours of work is required. Under the direction of a faculty mentor, each student performs independent and original research that is part of the faculty member’s ongoing research program. Emphasis is on honing oral and written skills in the context of scientific inquiry. In February, invitations to apply are extended to all students who meet the prerequisites. Restricted to applied mathematics majors.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in a minimum of two upper-level mathematics courses; two evaluations by mathematics or focus area faculty and successful completion of the School of the Sciences junior portfolio

Fees: Parking fees for off-campus placements and printing fees may be required.