FOSC 498 - Independent Study
Prerequisites: FOSC 301 ; permission of the instructor.
FOSC 498 is designed for advanced Forensic Science students who wish to carry out independent research or other scholarly study under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Students will, in consultation with their mentor and approval by their department chair or director, design and carry out a forensic science research project in Forensic Science.
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Note(s): No more than six hours of Independent Study may be taken toward graduation. A maximum of nine credit hours of FOSC 498 and 499 total can be applied toward the Forensic Science Minor; any additional credit hours will apply as university electives. May be taken for honors credit with permission of the Honors Program. May be taken for letter grade or pass/fail. Independent Study course proposals must be approved by the School of Communication curriculum committee prior to the deadline for adding courses in the term in which the study is to be undertaken.
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