Are you interested in combining your interests in science and engineering with the regulatory and business knowledge needed to be a career-ready professional in quality science and entrepreneurship? Then, you may be interested in the Quality Science Education (QSE) program and microcredential. QSE was developed by Pathway for Patient Health (PPH) to give students an opportunity to participate in a rewarding, business-centered curriculum that teaches students to sharpen their business acumen and prepare them for industry.

 

The enrollment link and more info is on the QSE student webpage:  https://www.pathway4ph.org/qsestudents. Many of our bioengineering students are currently enrolled in or have completed the program and have great things to say and have learned a lot through this experience. The microcredential consists of 3 courses and active enrollees will additionally gain access to a user license to the Pathway Portal, an exclusive hiring platform that PPH's corporate members use to find students who meet their job hiring criteria. All of this is FREE to enrolled students. Students who are graduating in August 2021 or later are eligible. The deadline for enrollment for your first course is May 3, with the summer semester class beginning June 7.

 

If you have any questions about the program, please email Prof. Eugene Kim at [log in to unmask].

 

Claudia Borke

Academic Advisor, Department of Bioengineering 

George Mason University

3102 Peterson Hall, 4400 University Drive, 1J7

Fairfax, VA 22030

703-993-4190

bioengineering.gmu.edu

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Forms for undergraduate students: https://volgenau.gmu.edu/about/current-student-resources/current-student-forms-and-applications

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