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BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE STUDENT'S PLAN FOR COMPLETION OF EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT
 

Summary: BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE STUDENT'S PLAN FOR COMPLETION OF EXPERIENTIAL
EDUCATION REQUIREMENT
Submit completed form to Professor Ayers (MSC-Nahant or Department of Biology) by the start of your junior year. You
will receive feedback as to the outcome of your proposal.
Student Name: ____________________________ Student ID # ______________________
Today's Date: ________ # Years Completed at NU: ______ # Years in BNS Program: _____
Graduation Year: ___________
E-Mail Address:_______________________________________________________________
Local Mailing Address: _________________________________________________________
Permanent Mailing Address: _____________________________________________________
Please state which alternative you will use to fulfill your experiential education requirement
(#1,#2, or #3-See Behavioral. Neuroscience Program Handout for details): _______
Practical Research Experiences (directed studies, co-ops, study abroads, work studies, internships, etc.).
For each practical experience list 1) supervisor name, 2) a brief description of your activity, and 3) length of time activity
lasted along with initiation and completion dates):
Reflective Experiences: Translates into a major written or oral submission that must be approved by a faculty member.
State how you plan to fulfill the reflective component of the experiential education requirement. Note, unless you are taking
a course (capstone, psychobiology seminar, or ethics course), you will need to find a faculty member that agrees to serve in this regard
and then register for a directed . This is not something that faculty members can readily agree to due to time constraints. Such
requests should be made at least a semester prior to the reflection. You are well advised to register for a formal course in order to

  

Source: Ayers, Joseph - Marine Science Center & Department of Biology, Northeastern University

 

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