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  1. Hello all, I'm a current final year biotechnology student and will be graduating in '21. I plan to do masters in US. However, after doing some research & going through universities and their courses, i have begun to develop interest in courses which are completely different from my undergrad. For e.g, i like Masters in Business Analytics (MSBA), Masters in Management Information Systems(MIS). I'm kind of reluctant to apply for MIS, MSBA...because 1)i feel my chances of getting selected in good schools are close to NIL (because my undergrad isnt't in the relevant area) 2) Should i apply for courses outside Biotechnology (considering i'm applying right after undergrad- fresher) or should i take work exp and then apply for MIS/MSBA? What are my chances of getting into courses like MIS, MSBA..?? Profile- 8.5/10 Biotech undergrad, have knowledge in C, Java (worked on a project) & Python. Also done courses on Clinical Data analytics. It would be of so much help if anyone could give suggestions/ideas with regards to my profile. It would help in getting clarity. Thank you so much, cheers!!
  2. Hello all, I'm a current final year biotechnology student and will be graduating in '21. I plan to do masters in US. However, after doing some research & going through universities and their courses, i have begun to develop interest in courses which are completely different from my undergrad. For e.g, i like Masters in Business Analytics (MSBA), Masters in Management Information Systems(MIS). I'm also inclined towards Health Informatics (MHI) but not many universities offer them. I'm kind of reluctant to apply for MIS, MSBA...because 1)i feel my chances of getting selected in good schools are close to NIL. 2) Should i apply for courses outside Biotechnology( considering i'm applying right after undergrad- fresher) What are my chances of getting into courses like MIS, MSBA..?? Also, will it be diificult to find job after masters considering i won't have exp in related fields? Profile- 8.5/10 Biotech undergrad, have knowledge in C, Java (worked on a project) & Python. Also done courses on Clinical Data analytics. It would be of so much help if anyone could give suggestions/ideas with regards to my profile. It would help in getting clarity. Thank you so much, cheers!!
  3. I got my first set of course evaluations back today. This is the first time I've ever taught a course as the instructor of record. The course consisted of me teaching two classes of 30 psych students how to use the statistical software SPSS. I'm not entirely sure how to determine how I faired. For my overall instructor score, I got a 4.61 and a 4.63. There weren't any awful comments or anything like that. At most, there were a few comments about having more grades in the class and making the midterm worth less. However, I don't have much control over how the course runs. Would these scores be considered good? bad? okay? I read an article that said professors shoot for above a 4.7, but I'm not sure if that's accurate. Any guidance on interpreting course evaluations would be helpful.
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