Best Job Oriented Courses After Graduation In Science

Courses after graduation in science have bright career prospects, therefore, do not stop with graduation because you will end up facing tough competitions to get a job. This is definitely a wonderful chance for you to add value to your resume. Earlier the career options were quite monotonous and therefore most of them were choosing the same profile thereby leading to unemployment for a majority of people but then currently there are lots of diversified career options that you need to know.

Courses after graduation in Science:-

1. Master of Business Administration:

This is one of the frequently chosen post graduation course for getting placed with good packages. If you want to make your career in management sort of companies or government organizations then this is the best career option for you. Although it is regarded as a wonderful career option it is mandatory to earn this degree from reputed B-schools.

2. Law:

This is one of the frequently chosen course after graduation. After this, you can work as a lawyer in private practice or company requiring legal advice. There are various rules and regulations with respect to each land in choosing a course. Moreover one should consider developing good verbal skills for expressing his views.

3. Medical lab technology:

You can take up this course after graduation and assist the physicians in treating an illness or managing the patients. There are lots of testing methods which deals with human fluids like urine, serum, phlegm etc. You also need to check the type of bacteria or microbial species that causes the illness.

4. Radiology:

Although it is similar to medical lab technology then it is just focused on the usage of bio-medical devices. Take up radiology course after graduation and become a professional in this field. X-Ray, ultra-sonic, CT-Scan are few of the screening techniques used over here. It is very much costly and they are harmful to patients over repeated use.

5. Computer MCA:

This 3-year professional course after graduation will be useful for those with a graduation in science with maths background, computer science or even a bachelor in computer application. You can work in computer hardware, software industry, web-designing and also in academics.

6. Master of Arts (MA):

You can also take up courses after graduation like MA in public administration, psychology. There are lots of branches in psychology like MA in public administration, clinical psychology. It also deals with human psychology, behavior. It is possible for you to find jobs in social welfare organizations, healthcare, government sector etc.

7. Masters in science:

You can choose this masters course after graduation in any branch of science. There are varied career options like biomedical sciences, astronomy, material science etc. If you have done biology in your graduation you can go for diet, nutrition and food sciences. After this, if you are more interested you go for a doctorate degree as well.

Helping Students Overcome the Fear of Speaking in Front of the Class

Almost every child knows this fear. The teacher has given you an assignment to ‘Write something about… ‘.That part is okay. But then you have to read what you wrote in front of the class. That is the scary part!

As a student, I experienced this fear. As a teacher, I encountered it in many classes. I have taught every grade from K-12, university and even business management classes. It is even harder for students when they have to read something they have written in a second language.

However, I learned how to calm that fear and here is how you can do it. Thanks to Dale Carnegie Courses for showing this to me.

Here is the scenario. You give your class an assignment as above: ‘Write something about… ‘

But then the time comes when everyone who was brave enough to show up for the ‘reading’ to go to the front of the class and read their story. Here is a technique you can use to make the speaking part far less painful on your students.

The secret to success? Don’t bring them up to the front of the class alone. It will scare the bejeepers out of most of them. This can result in some skipping class, or being tongue-tied and unable to speak. This produces even more fear. Here is how to allay that fear.

Instead of bringing one student up all alone, bring up six students at a time. If you have 24 students, that is four groups. Believe me, your students will feel more at ease when they have support beside them up front.

They still have to read their assignment alone, but all six have to remain up front until each one has read their story.

Before the first group goes up front, tell the class to applaud as each group goes up to the front, then again when each one in the group has spoken, and once more when the group leaves the ‘stage’. You may have to lead the applause until the class gets the hang of doing it automatically.

You will find that this helps to get students used to the applause and it is a reward for them being brave enough to participate. Most will leave the stage smiling. That means they enjoyed the experience and possible even look forward to the next time rather than dreading it.

The next time you ask your class to do this, you can start with a smaller group, perhaps three or four. The third time, cut it to two. By then, they will be so accustomed to getting up to speak that they will be ready to do it on their own after that. Then, the applause they get will be all theirs.

I have found that this technique works well with most levels. Some students will enjoy the overall experience and those are likely the ones who will go on to other speaking challenges, such as inter-school competitions. This is excellent practice for that.

Later, you can also teach your students speaking techniques such as how to ensure the audience is listening by looking back and forth at each one of them as you are speaking; by using simple gestures, by adding some humor (just a little) and by showing everyone that you are enjoying the opportunity to speak to them. If they see that you are having fun, it is more likely that they will as well.