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Courses in Nanoscale Science and Engineering

C Nse 397 Independent Study and Research (1-6)

Independent study or research in an area of Nanoscale Science or Nanoscale Engineering designed for the undergraduate student who desires to engage in study of a subject beyond the introductory or survey level, particularly that which builds upon related prior academic achievement and experience. May be repeated, but each registration must be for an approved project. The normal credit load for this course is 3 credits; students desiring more than 3 credits must submit a request including justification to the CNSE Office of Student Services. (1-6 credits as approved). Prerequisite(s): Permission by CNSE Office of Student Services and consent of supervising CNSE instructor. Further information and application requirements may be obtained from the CNSE Office of Student Services.