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Course guide for the OC Course in Scientific Communication (MSMS 5060)

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Scientific Communication

Course Number: MSMS 5060

This professional development class is designed to broaden the graduate student’s career prospective and develop competencies in communication (written and oral), leadership/management abilities, and skills related to job acquisition. This class will benefit students at any stage of their graduate career or pursuing any degree type (capstone, thesis, dissertation).


Scientific Communication

Course Number: MSMS 5060

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Scientific Communication

Course Number: MSMS 5060

The students will:

  • Learn common writing errors in order to avoid them.
  • Learn how to write effective grant proposals, scientific reports, and scientific manuscripts.
  • Obtain skills related to time, stress and people management.
  • Acquire skills needed for job acquisition, including networking, CV writing, interview skills, and how to search for jobs.
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