These are a few examples of programs and courses offered across the University of Calgary.
Cumming School of Medicine:
Jamniczky Lab: Evolution & Development of Vertebrates
Faculty of Nursing:
Faculty of Science:
CHEM 402: Introduction to Research in Chemistry
A course in the Department of Chemistry in the Faculty of Science where student engage in a chemistry-based research project under the supervision of an academic staff member (Course Outline).
CPSC 313: Introduction to Computability
A course in the Department of Computer Science where students are introduced to abstract models of sequential computation (Course Outline).
CPSC 503: Research Project
A course in the Department of Computer Science where students conduct a research project under the guidance of a faculty member. A report must be presented on completion of the course (Course Outline).
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine:
VetM 584: Investigative Medicine Research Program
Rotation that provides the opportunity for final year students to gain in-depth research experience by joining a vet med research group or a vet med faculty member. Students engage in research projects that they present to peers and scientific communities (Program Outline, Research Proposal Form, Published Academic Student Article)
Werklund School of Education: