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|NSCI 1002 - Careers in Neuroscience|
This course will cover the wide range career options available in Neuroscience, focusing on what is possible with an undergraduate and graduate degree. Traditional career paths will be discussed, such as medicine and research, as well as "non-traditional" paths in clinical/science administration. We will then focus on professional development. Topics covered will include inviting guest speakers that can provide information about where to find research/volunteering/job opportunities, workshops on resumes and personal statements, and practice with public speaking in various science-specific formats (science presentations and job/school interviews). By the end of this course, you will be well versed in what a degree in Neuroscience can provide you, and you will have the professional skills and application materials to prepare for this career. Because there is significant overlap in course content, students will receive credit for only one of these courses: CLA 1002, CJ 1002, ENG 1801, HIST 1012, NSCI 1002, POLS 1002, PSY 1002, SOC 1002.
Credit Hours: 1.000
Levels: NonDegree Continuing Undergrad, Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Base Lecture