Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: Analyze research problem in their field of study; Performs the intended learning outcomes as specified further in the Learning Plan; Demonstrate effective use of literature in building theoretical framework or perspective; Apply appropriate approaches and techniques in data collection, data processing, and data analysis; Expand information literacy (researching primary and secondary sources) for finding, evaluating, integrating, and synthesizing ethically the necessary information and visuals for the completion of a project; Use and incorporate appropriate scientific materials, including tools and exhibit, effectively and ethically; Present scientific information in appropriate language for various audiences, including scholarly and general, in print and online; Respond effectively to peers’ work in progress and participate in collaborative learning activities.
Research is an important part of modern society. With the easy access of data and information, it is crucial for students to be able to handle them correctly and scientifically. This enrichment track provides students with a rich research experience within their field of study. Guided by an academic mentor, students will join an existing research project or set up their own project. By the end of the semester, students will be able to develop a critical view of literature and data as well as performing the correct approach to research.
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