Undergraduate Research Certificate
The CBCS Undergraduate Research Certificate provides students with a planned sequence of courses to support their systematic development as undergraduate researchers and prepare them for graduate school. The Undergraduate Research Certificate is a cross-departmental initiative within the College of Behavioral & Community Sciences.
The following courses are required for completion of the certificate. Many of these courses will also count toward completion of your general education requirements or your major.
- Introduction to Research in Behavioral & Community Sciences (1 hour)
- Applications of Research in Community Settings (1 hour)
- Social Science Statistics or equivalent (3 hours)
- Research Methods in your major or equivalent (3 hours)
- Advanced Research Methods (3 hours)
- Writing for Research and Publication (3 hours) exit course
- Directed Research or Thesis (2 + hours)
For additional information, please contact:
Catherine Batsche, Ph.D.
College of Behavioral & Community Sciences