Health and Life Sciences

The Health and Life Science Exploratory Area is for students interested in working in a health field by becoming a practitioner or by researching, creating and promoting health-related products and information.


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#NDSUintern Spotlight: Jack Radtke

Major: Manufacturing Engineering

Company: Doosan Bobcat

Location of Internship: Gwinner, ND

Internship Title: Manufacturing Engineering Co-op

Why did you choose the company that you work for?
Doosan Bobcat is a very reputable company in our area, and I knew it …

By Ashley Peifer
Ashley Peifer Events and Marketing Intern Ashley Peifer
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What is Suit Up!?

Every student at some point might wonder, what exactly am I supposed to wear for an interview? That is a question that can be relatively easy to find an answer to. But, what we have heard from many students was …

By Cassie Gilbert
Cassie Gilbert Career Coach Cassie Gilbert
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Ask a CM!

Hi Everyone!

I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the fall weather!

This week’s question is: Can alumni work with CM?

The short answer is yes!

Alumni are able to access our services for up to 5 years

By Sabrina Eggert
Sabrina Eggert Career Mentor Sabrina Eggert
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Exploratory Classes

HDFS 230: Life Span Development

Study of human growth and development throughout the life span.

MICR 202: Intro Microbiology

Study of the characteristics and importance of microorganisms with emphasis on their identification, control, and relationships to health and disease.…

HNES 170: Intro to Exercise Science

Investigation of various Exercise Science career opportunities within the field and the professional track at NDSU.

MLS 200: Intro to Medical Lab Science (Restricted to majors)

Introduction to medical laboratory science. Lectures, discussions, and field trips focus on professional traits and communication, ethical behavior of the…

PH 101: Intro to Public Health

This course introduces undergraduate students to the interdisciplinary and exciting field of public health. Discussing and studying the processes and…

PSYC 111: Introduction to Psychology

Survey of the scientific study of behavior and mental processes.

RC 200: Intro to Respiratory Care (Restricted to majors)

Introduction to the profession of respiratory care. Lectures, discussions, and field trips focus on professional traits and communication, ethical behavior…

BIOL 150: General Biology I

Introduction to cellular and molecular biology, genetics, and evolution.

CHEM 117: Chemical Concepts & Applications

Introduction to general and organic chemistry, with applications drawn from the health, environmental, and materials sciences. Prereq or Coreq: MATH…

CHEM 121: General Chemistry I

Matter, measurement, atoms, ions, molecules, reactions, chemical calculations, thermochemistry, bonding, molecular geometry, periodicity, and gases. Prereq or Coreq: MATH 103…


Strong Interest Inventory

The Strong Interest Inventory® (SII) is the most respected and widely used instrument for career exploration / planning in the world. …

Major/Career Exploration Workshops

The NDSU Career and Advising Center offers major and career exploration services in a variety of ways.  This Fall semester, …

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

About The Report:

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) is a personality inventory that helps individuals identify which of 16 personality …