Students who successfully complete a graduate degree in Biology are able to demonstrate a strong diversified background in modern biology; have specific knowledge within their area of expertise; and be able to design and conduct original research through the evaluation of existing scientific data and literature and the collection, organization, and interpretation of scientific data; and communicate the results of their work in oral and written formats.
- Students obtain diversified knowledge which builds content knowledge and critical thinking ability.
- Students acquire a more detailed understanding of their chosen specialty.
- Students develop critical-thinking and problem-based learning skills relating to biology.
- students will be able to develop new ideas founded in science
- students will be able to effectively explore new areas of science or other academic endeavors
- students will be able to design, implement, and evaluate scientific investigations
- students will be able to assess, interpret and understand data
- Graduate students communicate scientific ideas in both written and oral formats.
- Students can organize and comfortably present their scientific ideas in both oral and written formats.