ANSC 6220

ANSC 6220

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2015-2016.

This course is designed to train Animal Science graduate students in communication/presentation skills needed to support a career in scientific research. Each student will present an update on research progress/plan towards his or her dissertation/thesis. Advice, feedback and peer-evaluation will be provided to each presenter. Focused discussions examining research areas of particular interest to each student on research methods, existing theories and/or controversies will be considered. This course also aims to foster collegiality, expand knowledge and promote professional development among graduate students in a broad context within this diverse field.

When Offered Fall, spring.

Permission Note Enrollment in the Animal Science Graduate Program.

  • Improve oral presentation skills - organization and delivery of their specific research topic to a diverse audience.
  • Develop the confidence to clearly and succinctly communicate research findings to the scientific community.
  • Hone interdisciplinary and critical thinking skills among Animal Science graduate students.
  • Develop skills to critique (constructively) and scientifically interact with peers and departmental faculty.
  • Get a broad perspective of Animal Science research by discussing diverse topics that are presented in this series (disciplinary knowledge).

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Syllabi: none
  •   Regular Academic Session. 

  • 1 Credit Sat/Unsat

  •  4519 ANSC 6220   SEM 101

  • Enrollment in the Animal Science Graduate Program.