The School of Biological Sciences offers positions for part-time work as laboratory or lecture teaching assistants in the fall and spring semesters. These positions have several requirements and are competitive. To be eligible for a TA position, you must have already taken at Georgia Tech the course you will teach and received an A or B, you must be at ease in front of a class, and you must submit an application for the position. You will enroll in two teaching preparatory courses, BIOS 4697 and CETL 2000 BIO, in your first semester as a teaching assistant. BIOS 4697 counts as a Breath Elective for Biology majors. An experienced undergraduate TA can apply for paid teaching assistant positions when they are available. Biology majors may use up to 6 credit of BIOS 4697 as Biology Breadth Electives, and any additional BIOS 4697 credits can count toward free electives. Each semester of teaching corresponds to a different course assignment. For more information, contact Dr. Colin Harrison.
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