GS - Graduate School

GS 0900 Essential Research Practices: Responsible Conduct of Research Cr. 0

This course presents both general and directed instruction/discussion in topics related to Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR). Available for S/U grading only. Offered Fall, Winter.

GS 7890 Preparing Doctoral Trainees for Multiple Careers Cr. 1

Offered by the Graduate School for doctoral students who wish to better prepare for various professional careers. Focuses on enhancing students' skill sets for navigating the job market. This course is open to doctoral students who have completed at least one year of coursework and who have not yet entered maintenance status. Offered Spring/Summer.

Repeatable for 2 Credits

GS 7900 Introduction to College Teaching and Learning Cr. 1

Provides an introduction to the principles and performance of college teaching through an examination of current research and best practices related to teaching and learning in a range of higher education settings and contexts (i.e., traditional, hybrid and online). It offers opportunities for the development and improvement of participants’ instructional skills from both a theoretical and a practice-based understanding of excellence in teaching. Offered Winter.

Repeatable for 2 Credits

GS 7991 Doctoral Program Internship Course Cr. 1-2

Practical training experience in industry, government offices/labs or other professional settings. Offered Every Term.

Repeatable for 2 Credits