Objectives

  

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Learning Outcomes

According to the programme-specific intended learning outcomes (ILOs) graduates should:
ILO-1      posses a broad and advanced knowledge of biological processes at the molecular level and of the functioning of living organisms;
ILO-2      have developed advanced knowledge on, and insight into the applicability of molecular biology to improve human health, animal production or plant production;
ILO-3      be able to use ICT in data mining, data processing and scientific communication;
ILO-4      master the practical skills to plan and perform research in molecular biology;
ILO-5      be able to operate as a member of a multidisciplinary team;
ILO-6      be able to contribute, through molecular biological research, to solving problems developing countries are facing;
ILO-7      have developed a critical mind allowing him/her to consider and reflect on known and new theories within the speciality;
ILO-8      be able to appraise scientific and social aspects of applied molecular biology;
ILO-9      be able to present personal research, thoughts, ideas, and opinions, both written and orally, to peers and to a general public;
ILO-10    have acquired the knowledge to contribute to set up nationwide and international cooperations (South-South, South-North);
ILO-11    be able to disseminate the acquired knowledge in his/her country and region through activities in education and research;
ILO-12    be aware of ethics in research and publication.

 

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Academic plans

In the context of this programme, the following academic plans are offered:

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