The Department of Physiology offers a unique Professional Development Course for all Graduate Students under the PSL2000 course shell.
The course is mandatory for PhD students, but MSc students are highly encouraged to enroll and benefit from this offering as well.
This unique six-session course is coordinated by Professor Helen Miliotis, and complemented by distinguished professionals in diverse careers as guest-speakers.
Each session is designed to get you thinking about your distinctive skills and interests, and how to translate these into a fulfilling career.
Explore career paths both in academia and beyond
Set a professional development plan
Attain practical job search and application strategies, communication, and collaboration skills
Learn to effectively network and market themselves to stand out from the crowd.
Take this course if you want to graduate:
Well-prepared for and informed about today’s competitive workforce.
Ready to play to and communicate your own unique strengths.
Empowered to navigate the range of choices, pathways, and opportunities that follow graduation.
Former students say:
"One of the best things this course does is it presents options outside of academia as natural a continuation of our career, in addition to options within academia. I found It extremely helpful to understand all options available in order for us to achieve our fulI potential."
“I attended a number of career events before this course, but I didn’t really put what I have learned into action. This course made me do the work which enhanced my learning. I feel more prepared now because I already practiced what I learned.”
Email us for more information or to enroll in this unique component of our Graduate Programming.