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Now that you’re a science undergraduate, there’s lots to learn, experience and explore beyond the lecture halls. Students in the Department of Chemistry are very active in activities — academic, professional and social. Check out just a few of the opportunities below. You’ll expand your horizons, develop personal growth, and create memories for a lifetime.
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Get out there and explore biology: along a waterway, inside a forest, at a wildlife research station, at another university, or even in another country. These full-time, two week courses give you practical field experience — and the equivalent to a 3-hr term credit at Toronto Metropolitan.
Have an innovative idea? Curious about start-up ventures? Get involved in Zone Learning. It’s your chance to collaborate with professors, industry professionals and students to incubate new ideas. Check out our own Science Discovery Zone (SDZ) and non-credit course SCI 888 on evidence-based innovation.
Widen your horizons in scientific research. This non-credit professional development course matches you with senior students, alumni, or faculty members. You’ll learn about different careers in science, job search strategies, soft skills and research-readiness.