Key Learning Outcomes

1-Students will be individuals who are aware of the role of Biology in society, and abide by established professional and scientific ethics
2-Students will be able to understand that Biology has a physical, chemical and mathematical basis, and to demonstrate an ability to apply statistical approaches to interpreting biological data
3-Students will be able to recognize biological diversity, and describe national biological resources, and to develop an awareness of preserving these and being respectful to the environment
4-Students will be able to describe the genetic basis of life, the flow of genetic information, and the relationship of these to evolutionary theory
5-Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to learn independently and then transfer this acquired knowledge and skills to others orally and/or written
6-Students will be able to demonstrate English language proficiency adequate for keeping up with the advanced technology and information, for communicating with their foreign colleagues, for critically reading and discussing primary literature, and for evaluating the quality of the information obtained; and additionally, to develop computer skills
7-Students will be able to decide on their field of interest in Biology, and to acquire a solid base of knowledge in this field by taking core elective courses
8-Students will be able to apply the scientific method, and to develop skills in the use of basic laboratory techniques and equipment, and be prepared for graduate education
9-Students will be able to analyze and assess the relationships among structure, function and process at all biological levels i.e., molecular, genetic, chromosomal, cellular, organ and organ systems
10-Students will be able to acquire knowledge adequate for contributing to the economic development of our country in a wide scale, mainly in health, food, agriculture and stockbreeding