BIOL 699D: Cooperative Education

Citrus College Course Outline of Record

Citrus College Course Outline of Record
Heading Value
Credits: 4
Hours Arranged: 300
Grading Method: Standard Letter, Pass/No Pass

Catalog Course Description

The student must be simultaneously enrolled in a class that relates to the Cooperative Education class. A course designed to assist students in planning and accomplishing meaningful learning objectives related to Biology at their place of paid employment or training sites. 300 lab hours arranged.

Course Objectives

  • give one or more examples of how to apply one or more Biological theories or practices in a work setting
  • identify and demonstrate one or more skills that he/she has acquired or improved during the cooperative education placement
  • list one or more career opportunities in the field of Biology and describe the duties and responsibilities

Major Course Content

I. Participation in Student Orientation

II. Read and Complete Assigned Sections of Citrus College Cooperative Education Student Manual

III. Individual Session with Instructor to Identify Individual Student Goals

IV. Develop Resume and Job Search Skills

V. Participation in Worksite Learning Setting

VI. Participation in Instructor Worksite Visit

Suggested Reading Other Than Required Textbook

Citrus College Cooperative Education Student Manual.
The reading for this course is:

Examples of Required Writing Assignments

DEGREE APPLICABLE COURSE: 2 hours of independent work done out of class per each hour of lecture or class work, or 3 hours lab, practicum, or the equivalent, per unit.

Examples of Outside Assignments

Over an 18 week presentation of the course three hours per week are required for each unit of credit. Two hours of independent work done out of class are required for each hour of lecture. Students will be required to complete the following types of assignments outside of the regular class time:
Complete the minimum hours of work, based on the formula of one semester unit for 75 hours per term of paid work or 60 hours per term of volunteer work.
Answer questions Practice skills Solve problems Observe activities related to course content Participate in activities related to course content

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