Rebecca, a Brown Undergraduate who studied biology and visual Art, decided to do a fifth-year ScM in the Biotechnology Program. During her 5th Year, Rebecca had the chance to customize her curriculum to fit her interests and did a master’s thesis on bat echolocation. She also gained real-world industry experience during a co-op with C.R. Bard, a global medical technology firm.
Basic Co-op Information
The Experiential Learning in Industry (ELI) course gives master's students the opportunity to engage in six-month paid positions at top pharmaceutical, device, and biotechnology companies--all while earning a salary, gaining valuable industry experience, and earning course credit. Any student interested in applying for a co-op must read the Co-op FAQ prior to contacting the Program Director.