Graduate and Undergraduate Research Courses
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MONICA K. HURDAL
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Phone: +1 850 644-7183   
Fax: +1 850 644-4053
E-mail: mhurdal@math.fsu.edu


Options for Student Research
Dissertations & Directed Individual Study (DIS)


MAT 4906 - Undergraduate DIS
MAT 4934 - Honors Work (DIS) (also known as Honors Thesis)
MAT 5907 - Graduate DIS
MAT 6980 - Graduate Dissertation

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MAT 4934 - Honors Work (DIS), also known as Honors Thesis
Recent Syllabus for MAT 4934

This course is for undergraduate students in the Department of Mathematics who have been admitted into the Honors in the Major Program. Please see http://honors.fsu.edu/Honors-in-the-Major for details on admission into this program.

This course provides students with the opportunity to carry out research in the field of mathematics, leading to the completion of an Honors Thesis. Normally a minimum of two to three semesters are spent working on a research project. The topic of the research project is determined by the instructor and student together. Upon completion of the project, the student will give a presentation about their research and defend their thesis orally before their Honors Thesis Committee.

If you wish to do your Honors research and thesis with me, please set up an appointment with me (Dr. Hurdal) so we can discuss it.


MAT 4906 & MAT 5907 - DIS
Recent Syllabus for MAT 4906 (Undergraduate DIS)
Recent Syllabus for MAT 5907 (Graduate DIS)

This course provides students with the opportunity to carry out research in the field of biomathematics. The topic of the research project is determined by the instructor and student together.

If you wish to do a DIS with me, please set up an appointment with me (Dr. Hudal) so we can discuss it.


MAT 6980 - Graduate Dissertation
This course is for graduate students in the Department of Mathematics who are considered PhD candidates. Please see https://www.math.fsu.edu/graduate-general-info/ for details on admission into this program.

This course provides students with the opportunity to carry out research in the field of mathematics, leading to the completion of a PhD Dissertation. The topic of the research dissertation is determined by the instructor and student together. Upon completion of the dissertation, the student will give a presentation about their research and defend their dissertation orally before their PhD Committee. If you wish to do your PhD research and dissertation with me, please set up an appointment with me (Dr. Hurdal) so we can discuss it.


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