Learning Outcomes

By completing the Biology program, students will:

  • be able to read and interpret current biological literature, formulate scientific hypotheses, design and execute experiments, and analyze and interpret data.
  • have mastered the fundamental principles of cell/molecular/organism biology.
  • have training necessary to apply biological, biomedical and biotechnological principles and techniques to human health and well-being from a holistic/wellness perspective.
  • have awareness and appreciation of interdisciplinary interactions among other disciplines in the natural sciences, mathematics and cognate fields.
  • have awareness to appreciate the beauty, complexity and fragility of our biosphere, and the intricate dynamics of balancing systems within the biosphere.
  • have critical tools to exercise responsibility and stewardship of the biosphere by assuming positions of leadership in our global society.