It is sometimes possible for a Graduate College student to gain new expertise outside the University by earning internship course credit or taking a leave of absence. The internship must be related to the student's degree program and career goals, and the student must have completed didactic coursework. Please contact your graduate program director and the Graduate College for details.
Preparing Future Faculty is a two-semester program (4 total hours) within the Graduate College that is designed for graduate students and postdoctoral research fellows interested in acquiring the basic theory and skills necessary to be an effective communicator and educator.
Entrepreneurship for Science and Technology (BMSC 6042)
One of the primary missions of the Graduate College is to provide innovative opportunities that allow students and trainees to achieve excellence in their academic and research pursuits. The Entrepreneurship for Science and Technology course emphasizes innovations in STEM and career and professional development including effective communication, market assessment, funding pathways, and business startups. Contact Dr. Amy Tucker for details: email@example.com.
Fundamentals of Scientific Writing
This 2 credit hour course introduces basic elements of technical writing including presentation of keys to effective writing and organization of the writing task. Spelling, grammar, punctuation, organization, elements of style, and other aspects and uses of written language are discussed. Contact the Graduate College for details.
Find all Graduate College Courses in the Course Catalog