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Museum Research Apprenticeship Program (MRAP)

MRAP F288 Museum Research Apprentice I 1-2 Credits
Offered Fall and Spring

Provides opportunities for undergraduate student research or scholarship in museum-based subjects not available in typical undergraduate courses. Students are required to perform research tasks associated with specimens or objects and their associated data and to turn in a final report. Opportunities range across several museum-based disciplines (archaeology, botany, earth science, entomology, ethnology and history, film, fine art, ichthyology, mammalogy, informal science education, and ornithology). Course may be repeated. Instructor permission Student must contact a potential mentor before enrolling to determine whether matching opportunities exist. (0-1+0+3-6)


MRAP F488 Museum Research Apprentice II


1-2 Credits
Offered Fall and Spring

Provides opportunities for advanced undergraduate student research or scholarship in museum-based subjects not available in typical undergraduate courses, building upon prior experience. Students are required to perform tasks associated with specimens, objects, and associated data and to turn in a final report. Opportunities range across several museum-based disciplines (archaeology, botany, earth science, entomology, ethnology and history, film, fine art, ichthyology, mammalogy, informal science education, and ornithology). Course repeatable to a maximum of 12 credits. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Student must contact potential mentor before enrolling to determine whether experience is sufficient and matching opportunities exist. (0-1+0+3-6)
 
 

 

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