Genetics and Genomics

Program Learning Outcomes

Genetics and Genomics

  • Describe the molecular and structural unity of life, explain how the diversity of living things is generated and perpetuated, and exemplify this diversity among and within life's three domains.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of how genetics, biochemistry and direct observation are used to elucidate cell organization and function.

  • Develop skills in applying quantitative methods to describe, evaluate and model biological processes.

  • Demonstrate the ability to design and execute collection, evaluation and interpretation of experimental data.

  • Demonstrate scientific literacy and skill in communication of scientific concepts, data, and interpretation using multiple formats appropriate for target audiences.

  • Develop an in-depth understanding of key concepts in genetics and genomics and apply that knowledge to issues that impact health and society.

 2015

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