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BIOL 39300 Preparing For Your Future in Biology

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 1.0

Prerequisites:

None.  Note Course Restriction:  Biology majors only and 5th-8th semester students only.

Description:

The objective of BIOL 393 is to assist students in beginning to prepare for life after Purdue.  Students will learn about interviewing, networking, professional etiquette, job searching, graduate and professional school searching, resumes, personal statements, industrial practices, and how to formulate a career development plan.  You will have the opportunity to interact with amazing alumni from around the country who have utilized their Bachelor of Science degrees in extraordinary ways.  Our goal is for you to be able to construct a polished image on top of your already solid biology background!

Instructor(s):
CYNTHIA STAUFFACHER

E-mail:
cstauffa@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

Textbook

Title: The Unspoken Rules: Secrets to starting your career off right

ISBN: 9781647820442

Author: Gorick Ng

Edition: 1

Required

Course Format:
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