Biotechnology Learning Outcomes

    • Cognitive Knowledge: To provide education that leads to comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of biotechnology.

    • Information and Computer Literacy: To educate and make them up to date with the current scientific literature, computer programs and web information.

    • Experimental Skills: To provide broad based training in technical skills in methods of biotechnology.

    • Critical Thinking: To empower students with the ability to think and solve problems in the field of biotechnology.

    • Scientific Communication: To ensure students are able to effectively communicate with biotech and other interdisciplinary professionals.

    • Professional Attitude: To produce responsible biotechnologists that can work within the interdisciplinary framework of biotechnology and related fields.