Interested in earning credit for your biology related internship this spring semester? Consider registering for BIOL 3610 Internship: Professional Experience in Biological Sciences!
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.
Summary: Introduction to the principles and applications of spectroscopy and kinetics to the analysis of biomolecular structure, dynamics, and function.
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There are still seats open in several of the Pre-Health Student Resource Center courses for the 2019 spring semester. Detailed information regarding each course can be found on the PHSRC courses page.