Course Information for 4201 - Bioengineering Thesis Writing and Communication I
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Primary Instructor: Kelly W. Broadhead
Designation:Required
Credits: 2.0
Semesters Offered:Fall
Frequency Offered:Annual
Prerequisites:Major status or department approval
Catalog Description: This course uses each student's required senior project as source information that the student will repeatedly present to the class in both a written and oral format. Due the communication emphasis of the class, it along with BIOEN 4202 covers the University's upper-division communication/writing requirement. During the course of the class, each student provides several drafts of their research thesis and several oral presentations that are followed-up with instructional criticism from the class and the instructor. The students also prepare a draft of their final project poster at the conclusion of the semester that are critiqued and returned at the start of BIOEN 4202 for revision and resubmission.
Required Texts:The Craft of Scientific Presentations, Michael Alley Essentials of Writing Biomedical Research Papers, Mimi Zeiger
Course Syllabus:Syllabus_4201.docx