BRR classes prepare students for research and help students build skills for their research project, thesis and final seminar.
Link to catalog for course descriptions

BRR required courses:

BRR 100  — Great Experiments in Bioresource Research (1 credit). Syllabus

BRR 200  — Developing a Research Proposal: Theory and Practice (1 credit) Syllabus

BRR 401  — Research (14 credits) Syllabus

BRR 403* — Thesis (WIC; 4 credits) Syllabus

BRR 406  — Projects - Data Presentation (1 credit) Syllabus

BRR 407  — Seminar (1 credit) Syllabus

BRR 409  — Teaching Practicum: Peer-mentoring (1-2 credits) (1 credit required) Syllabus

Non-required BRR courses:

BRR 299 Special Topics (credits varying)

BRR 405 Reading and Conference (credits varying)

BRR 410 Internship (credits varying)