SOCL 296 Research Assistantship in Sociology
This course provides a college level experience for students who are exceptionally qualified to undertake appropriate responsibilities and activities to support the research of a Sociology faculty, under their direct supervision. They will aid in all facets of conducting research: finding literature, preparing reports, collecting data, analyzing data, and preparing posters or manuscripts. The specific responsibilities, amount of credit and assessment criteria must be outlined in a written agreement between the faculty member and the student prior to the start of the course. May be repeated for a total of 12 semester hours.
Prerequisites: JrS, SOCL 209, instructor permission.
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