HHP 4813 - Senior Research in Health and Human Performance
3 Credit Hour(s)
This class involves independent research under the guidance of a faculty member. Varied learning activities will be utilized to achieve competency related to Health and Human Performance not offered in regular classes.
This course is not a typical undergraduate lecture course, rather it’s an opportunity to earn college credit while conducting independent research. The purpose of the undergraduate research experience in exercise science if for you to engage with a faculty mentor in a focused research experience in a specific area of interest. The experience is ideally suited to students who are able to take initiative and be self-driven to accomplish the foals set with their research mentor. At all phases of the process it is important to discuss both the students and mentors expectations. This includes keeping your mentor updated about progress, difficulties, and if the process turns out to be not for you. This should be a meaningful experience in your education, but it is up to you to take responsibility for the process.
Prerequisite: HHP 2063 - Professional Foundations of Health and Human Performance , senior status, and permission of instructor
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