a- Knowledge and Understanding:
- Discuss the biochemical and molecular processes in different types of cells (human, animals, plants and microorganisms).
- Discuss the mechanisms of diseases incidence and the strategies to treat human diseases at the molecular and cellular levels.
- Master aspects of the modern disciplines of biochemistry at the molecular, cellular and organism levels.
- Describe various experimental techniques of biochemistry.
- Merging knowledge of biochemistry and related disciplines such as molecular biology, biotechnology and biomedical science.
- Identify and efficiently use of biochemical databases and literature sources.
- State ethical principles of the discipline for citing sources, using human subjects, and working with colleagues.
b- Intellectual Abilities:
- Demonstrate the ability to carry out research projects, analyze the obtained data and draw reasonable conclusions or interpretations.
- Demonstrate the ability to critically evaluate and utilize scientific literature.
- Demonstrate skills and expertise in biochemistry for various career opportunities.
- Use critical thinking and principles of logic to evaluate problems in biochemistry disciplines.
- Show the ability to pursue further education as an independent life-long professional learning.
- Make hypotheses, select results, analyze the obtained data to confirm or reject these hypotheses.
c- Professional and Practical Competencies:
- Obtain the ability to design experimental biochemical and molecular approaches and strategies to solve biochemical problems.
- Obtain the ability to carry out research projects in biochemistry.
- Operate and practice laboratory instrumentations efficiently.
- Conduct experimental results and observations clearly and draw scientific conclusions.
- Prepare publishable research in the field of research.
d- General and Transferable Skills:
- Communicate scientific information clearly and precisely, both orally and in writing.
- Work effectively in a professional or laboratory setting.
- Recognize and respond to the need of life-long learning.
- Can function effectively independently or as member of a team.