Undergraduate Research

The College of Arts & Sciences offers dynamic opportunities for undergraduates to pursue faculty-guided research. These intensive research opportunities enhance the academic experience and challenge srudents to strengthen their critical, analytical, and writing skils--while educating them for worldwide leadership and service within a caring Christian community. EUReKA unifies the research and educational missions of The College of Arts & Sciences.

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EUReKA Summer Opportunities

The purpose of the Baylor Summer Science Research for Incoming Freshman (SSRF) is to give superior students hands-on research experience by working on research projects with Baylor University science professors in many disciplines. The research program occurs during the University's second session of summer school and is for incoming Baylor freshman.

The B-TRUE (Baylor Transdisciplinary Research Undergraduate Expierience) program is an intensive 10-week summer research-training program for students
interested in pursuing research-related careers. The program is designed to provide a rigorous, in-depth research experience across the life and physical sciences and is available to all undergraduate students with priority given to rising sophomores and juniors.