BIOL 232 - Advanced Scientific Writing
Semester Hours: 1
An advanced scientific writing workshop designed to prepare students for scientific publishing in professional or academic settings. This preparation will include an opportunity to reflect on the nature and placement of good writing in the sciences. Each student will write a paper based on their own research or produce an original structured literature review. Students will also perform peer review for projects by their classmates. An examination of scientific correspondence, literature reviews, pedagogy, and/or reports may be included.
Graduate students in the life or physical sciences, public health, or medicine. Juniors and seniors majoring in life or physical sciences, mathematics, engineering, health communication, or the social sciences may also enroll or by permission of the instructor. Offered as a 1-credit workshop. May be repeated for a maximum of 4 semester hours. Same as WSC 232 . Credit given to this course or WSC 232 , not both. May not be taken on a Pass/Fail basis.
Credit is given for this course or BIO 232, not both. (Formerly BIO 232)
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