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BIOL 29300 Planning Your Future in Biology

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 1.0

Prerequisites:

None.  Course restriction:  Biology majors and 3rd-6th semester students only.

Description:

Biology 29300 is a one-credit course designed for sophomores in the Department of Biological Sciences.  This course will help students maximize the remainder of their undergraduate career.  The course will cover biology career information and suggestions for professional development.  Students will learn about the various disciplines that make up modern Biological Sciences.  Students will learn about opportunities in undergraduate research and tour two research laboratories.  In-depth presentations from biology alumni from a variety of fields are featured.  Assignments include a Plan of Study, a resume, and one written paper evaluating the career path of one alumni speaker and describing the students response to the presentation.

Instructor(s):
RICHARD KUHN
KAREN WIGGINS

E-mail:
kuhnr@purdue.edu wiggins@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

No textbook required for this course

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