Students in the Medical and Molecular Biology program take a curriculum that emphasizes the subject areas of molecular biology, cellular biology, microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, and physiology. Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
Demonstrate proficiency in molecular biology, cellular biology, microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, and physiology.
Apply quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills to interpret biological research data and scientific literature.
Apply quantitative and qualitative reasoning skills to evaluate the validity and limitations of biological research data and scientific literature.
Demonstrate laboratory skills used in research settings.
Effectively communicate scientific findings through written, visual, and oral methods.
Design experiments and critique experimental design in the biological sciences and related fields.
Apply successfully to graduate programs and/or employment within and related to biological sciences and healthcare disciplines.
Integrate knowledge and modes of thinking among biology and other disciplines such as chemistry, psychology, public health, etc.