a- Knowledge and Understanding:
- Master aspects of the modern disciplines of biology.
- Highlight the interdisciplinary approach of biology.
- Illustrate the scientific methods and techniques for laboratory and field work in different biological sciences.
- Identify and efficiently use of biological databases and literature sources.
b- Intellectual Abilities:
- Demonstrate a wide knowledge of major concepts, principles and theories associated with biology.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply concepts and methodologies of biological science to carry out research projects, analyze the obtained data and draw reasonable conclusions and interpretation of the data obtained.
- Demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate and utilize scientific literature in biological sciences.
- Use critical thinking and principles of logic to solve problems in biology disciplines.
- Show the ability to pursue further education as an independent life-long professional learning.
- Demonstrate skills and expertise in biology disciplines for various career opportunities.
c- Professional and Practical Competencies:
- Design plans and conduct research projects to solve problems in biological
- Conduct research projects and report papers results and observations clearly.
- Operate laboratory instrumentation efficiently.
- Conduct excellent critical thinking and formulation of scientific hypotheses.
d- General and Transferable Skills:
- Effective scientific communication skills, both in written and orally.
- Work effectively either independently or in multi-disciplinary teams.
- Recognize and respond to the need for lifelong self-learning for a successful career.
- Use effective interpersonal and team working skills including demonstrating an appreciation of interdisciplinary nature of science and of the validity of different points of view.
- Self-manage and pursue professional development and think independently, set tasks and solve problems.