Intended Learning Outcomes of Biological Sciences Bachelor Program
At the successful completion of the Bachelor Program in Biological Sciences, the student should be able to:
1. Collect, analyze and interpret critically scientific data related to biological problems spanning molecular to organismal biology (e.g., cell biology and genetics, ecology, behavior).
2. Describe fundamental principles of biology e.g., evolutionary theory, central dogma, diversity of life, and inheritance.
3. Communicate scientific information effectively in written and oral forms, addressing basic biological concepts encompassing a range of sub-disciplines within the field of biology.
4. Develop proficiency in the quantitative skills necessary to analyze biological problems.
5. Access and interrogate the primary scientific literature in the biological sciences.
6. Present scientific data clearly and logically using correct/appropriate scientific terminology.
7. Appreciate the ethical standards for the responsible conduct of scientific research and its applications.
8. Develop the leadership abilities to work effectively within a team.
9. Demonstrate laboratory skills common to modern laboratories.