You can find the names and contact information for the current course coordinators by visiting the Chemistry website.
This course involves participation in an original research project under the direction of a faculty supervisor. Approximately 130 hours of work are expected in CHMD91H3. The topic will be selected in conference with the course coordinator who will provide project descriptions from potential faculty supervisors. Progress will be monitored during periodic consultations with the faculty supervisor as well as the submission of written reports. The final results of the project will be presented in a written thesis as well as an oral and/or poster presentation at the end of the term.
Please see the note below on registration in CHMD91H3.
Applications will consist of:
1) A letter of intent indicating the student's wish to enroll in either CHMD90Y3 or CHMD91H3;
2) A list of relevant courses successfully completed as well as any relevant courses to be taken during the current session;
3) Submission of the preferred project form indicating the top four projects of interest to the student. This form is available from the course coordinator, along with the project descriptions.
Generally, only students meeting the following requirements will be admitted to CHMD91H3:
1) A Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.5. Students who do not meet this requirement should consider enrolling in CHMD92H3 instead;
2) Completion of at least 15.0 credits;
3) Completion of at least 1.0 credits of C-level chemistry or biochemistry courses containing a lab component (i.e. CHMC16H3, CHMC31Y3, CHMC42H3, CHMC47H3, BIOC23H3). Once the course coordinator (or designate)* has approved enrolment to CHMD91H3, s/he will sign the course enrolment form for submission to the registrar.
*Note that the course coordinator (or designate) is the only one permitted to give "permission of instructor" on this form.