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TBIOMD 199 Preparation for Careers in Biomedical Sciences Seminar (1)
Introduces students to requirements of professional medical, dental, veterinary, and pharmacy school. Explores key issues in healthcare, and exposes students to potential career pathways in preparation for completing the pre-medical/dental/veterinary/pharmacy (pre-MVDP) program. Prerequisite: Cannot be taken for credit if credit received for TESC 199. Credit/no-credit only.
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TBIOMD 310 Foundational Skills in Biomedical Sciences (5) NW
Trains students to read and process existing scientific literature, formulate a hypothesis, collect data to test a hypothesis, write-up research findings, and present findings orally utilizing both individual and group work. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 1.5 in either TESC 140 or TBIOL 140; minimum grade of 1.7 in either TESC 161 or TCHEM 162.
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TBIOMD 410 Biomedical Sciences Senior Seminar (3)
Develops skills for evaluating and presenting capstone projects and using this capstone experience to open opportunities towards future careers. Prerequisite: TBIOMD 310.
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TBIOMD 490 Global Impact Experience (5)
Immerses students in global health service learning projects in a developing country; field based study abroad program. Includes community health and sanitation, environmental sustainability, or education, depending on the program chosen. After program, students return for on-campus reflection, research, and campus presentations.
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TBIOMD 495 Biomedical Research Experience (3) NW
Provides opportunities to complete group or individual biomedical sciences research projects carried out within a structured course. Culminates in a public presentation of research results.
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TBIOMD 496 Biomedical Sciences Internship ([1-10]-, max. 10) NW
Engages student in a Biomedical science internship in the public or private sector, or clinical setting, supervised by a faculty member. Credit/no-credit only. May be repeated for credit. Credit/no-credit only.
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TBIOMD 499 Undergraduate Research in the Biomedical Sciences ([1-10]-, max. 10) NW
Engages student in an individual advanced biomedical science research project carried out under the supervision of a faculty member. Culminates in a public presentation of research results. Instructor permission required. May be repeated for credit.
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