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Learning Goals

  1. Graduates will demonstrate a working knowledge of the basic sciences of biology, chemistry, mathematics and scientific methods.
  2. Graduates will demonstrate a working knowledge of biological mechanisms, including   biochemistry, biotechnology, functional genomic, nutrition, physiology and reproduction necessary for understanding of the disciplines.
  3. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to write and present scientific information.
  4. Graduates will demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge and possess problem solving/critical thinking skills necessary for professional and social development and life-long learning and civic engagement.