Undergraduate Research Opportunities
What is Undergraduate Research?
The term research refers to scholarly or creative activity that contributes to human knowledge through methods established by the academic disciplines. Undergraduate research involves an educational collaboration between a student and faculty members. Undergraduate research experiences may be initiated by a student who seeks out faculty supervision or by a faculty member who involves undergraduate students in her or his research team.
CSD Undergraduate Research Opportunities
CSD 378K and CSD 178K Studies in Communication Sciences and Disorders for Fall, Spring, or Summer.
Prerequisites: Restricted enrollment; 18 semester hours of CSD coursework in Communication Sciences and Disorders; overall GPA of at least 2.50; GPA of at least 3.00 in communication coursework, and approval of a project in advance of registration.
May be repeated, but only 3 hours may count toward a degree in the College of Communication.
The pre-graduate school Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program connects you with faculty and veteran graduate students in their field of study to explore those unique aspects of graduate study that make it distinct from the undergraduate experience.
The Bridging Disciplines Programs (BDPs) are designed to complement your departmental major with an interdisciplinary specialization in one of the following areas: children and society; environment; ethics and leadership; population and public policy; cultures and identities; and technology and society. Admission to the Bridging Disciplines Programs is by application.
Explore your own academic interests, or become involved in current research at The University of Texas at Austin as an undergraduate. How? Visit Eureka to learn about the range of opportunities that exist.