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Biology/Marine Biology 4900 X/Y & 4901, 4902 Honours Research and Thesis
 

Summary: Biology/Marine Biology 4900 X/Y & 4901, 4902
Honours Research and Thesis
Instructors:
3 members of the honours committee each year.
This class is required of, and restricted to, all Biology and Marine Biology Honours
programmes in which Biology or Marine Biology is the major area of study. Students
conduct a research project supervised by a research scientist and attend meetings of
the class once or twice a week for both the fall and winter terms. The class grade is
based on the evaluation by 3 scientists of the honours thesis which is submitted in April,
an oral presentation about the research to the class, and an oral or poster presentation
at the Honours Cameron Conference in February. Co-op students attend this class by
registering for Biology or Marine Biology 4901 and 4902. Participation in the class and
the Cameron Conference are also the basis for determining the Pass/Fail status of the
Honours 21st
credit (also called the Honours Qualifying Exam). See details about
selecting a supervisor for the honours research under the general requirements for
Biology honours programmes at the beginning of Biology's calendar entry or on the
honours page of Biology's website http://biology.dal.ca/honours/index.htm

  

Source: Adl, Sina - Department of Biology, Dalhousie University

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology