BIOL 2001 Career Planning for Biologists: Fall 2017 Tuesdays 3:35-4:25
Want to make progress on your career planning but are overwhelmed with where to start? Consider registering for Biology 2001! This one-credit pass/fail course provides students structure to engage in career decision-making and planning while breaking down the process into manageable steps.
Consider this course if you want to explore career options in the biological sciences, prepare for job or internship applications or want to organize your graduate school or job application process.
Here’s what CBS students have to say about BIOL 2001:
"I don’t think I would have had any idea what I was doing if I had not taken this class. I now know where to look for volunteer research, internships, what to expect in interviews, and which items I should be sending in for a number of different situations."
BIOL 3610 Internship: Professional Experience in Biological Sciences: Online and Appointment
Interested in earning credit for your Biology related internship this fall semester? Consider registering for BIOL 3610. This S/N course allows students to engage in structured reflection and career development throughout the internship experience while earning credit. A student must secure their own internship which can be paid, unpaid or stipend and intern a minimum of 150 hours over at least 10 weeks.
Step 1: Review course information here at z.umn.edu/biol3610internshipcourse
Step 2: Complete the Learning Agreement Form (refer to syllabus for instructions) and Credit Agreement Forms with your supervisor .
Step 3: Schedule an appointment to discuss your Learning Agreement Form and Credit Agreement forms and receive a permission number.
To learn more or to schedule an appointment with the instructor, Rebecca Diaz, call the CBS Student Services Front Desk at 612-624-9717 or online at cbsss.appointments.umn.edu.