EEB497H1: Research Studies in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

An independent studies half-credit course allowing students to produce a literature review, which is supervised by a faculty member in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Highly motivated fourth-year students will work closely with a supervisor and be required to write up the results of their research in a final research paper. Students should contact a potential supervisor well before classes begin in the fall, winter, or summer session. Students cannot take more than two independent research courses of EEB 497H1, 498Y1, and 499Y1, and the second project must be with a different supervisor. Students cannot take multiple EEB research courses concurrently. Information on how to apply for the course is available on the EEB website. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Completion of 14.0 credits.
Living Things and Their Environment (4)