Certificate in Genetics - Honours Research and Thesis I MARI 4901   Honours Research and Thesis I
This course is required for, and restricted to, all Marine Biology Honours programs in which Marine Biology is the major area of study. Students conduct a research project supervised by a research scientist and attend weekly meetings of the class. The classes (MARI 4901.03 and MARI 4902.03) are normally taken in the students' final year. See Marine Biology and Biology Honours webpage for more details (https://www.dal.ca/faculty/science/biology/honours.html).
NOTES: MARI 4901.03 and MARI 4902.03 must be taken in consecutive fall/winter or winter/fall terms (Co-op only). Grades will not be recorded for either course until both have been completed, and the final Honours Thesis has been evaluated.
FORMAT: Other (explain in comments)
FORMAT COMMENTS: Weekly class meetings (1.5 - 3.0 hrs) and an independent research project.
PREREQUISITES: Permission of Honours Coordinator
RESTRICTIONS: Students in the Marine Biology Honours Programme
EXCLUSIONS: BIOL 4900.06 and MARI 4900.06