Boston University School of Medicine and Metropolitan College is hiring part-time course educators to teach evening courses on the Medical Campus. Sections available in Summer 2019 (12-week session) and Fall 2019.
GMS BT 208 Essential Math for Biotechnology [4 credits] Pre-requisite: successful completion of college-level mathematics course in algebra (or higher).
BT208 is a foundational Biomedical Laboratory & Clinical Sciences program course, that provides students with a solid foundation of fundamental mathematical concepts and calculations in order to acquire a necessary skillset for work in Biotechnology/Biomedical laboratories. Course topics include: scientific notation, metric system, solution concentration, dilutions, serial dilutions, standard curves, and logarithmic scales. Some classes are held in the laboratory setting to allow students to gain hands-on experience with the application of math skills in the laboratory.
Teaching opportunities are available in Summer 2019 and Fall 2019. Course educators are expected to develop and teach the course with a possibility of teaching in both Summer and Fall. The course educator/s will collaborate with the Director of Biomedical Laboratory & Clinical Sciences Program.
Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications: prior teaching experience, biomedical research experience, ability to teach at the undergraduate level.
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