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Biochemistry Program Learning Goals

  1. Development of broad range of basic scientific knowledge, which is of critical importance in view of new scientific discoveries and information: a) Demonstration of achievement in advanced scientific coursework b) Performance on standardized assessment examinations c) Post-graduation achievement
  2. Development of outstanding laboratory skills: a) Performance implementing inorganic analysis b) Performance inorganic analysis c) Performance executing molecular and cell biology techniques d) Performance utilizing advanced physical biochemical analysis and techniques e) Demonstrate capable usage of modern scientific instrumentations, common technology, and computational analysis common to the field
  3. Development of superior quantitative analysis skills: a) Ability to analyze and interpret scientific data collected in hands-on laboratories (organic, biochemistry, and chemical instrumentation laboratories) and independent projects b) Ability to perform and critically interpret thermodynamic, kinetic, and biochemical investigations c) Aptitude collecting, presenting, and evaluating scientific and graphical data d) Performance on standardized assessment examinations
  4. Display ability to express scientific information in both verbal and written forms to colleagues, superiors, and general public:  a) Aptitude writing Scientific Journal Style laboratory reports b) Capacity to deliver oral presentations c) Competence evaluating scientific research papers