Learning Outcomes

Learning outcomes


  • Describe the fundamental concepts, theories and principles of different biological phenomena.
  • List the various scientific terms in different fields of biological sciences.
  • Identify the environmental factors and phenomena and their impact on ecosystems.
  • Describe the advanced processes, techniques and applications in the field of biological sciences.
  • Demonstrate the abnormal conditions that biological organisms may suffer from and how to be diagnosed and treated.
  • Define the theoretical concepts of biological sciences and relationships between cells, tissues and organs.
  • Summarize the foundations and principles of both biodiversity and taxonomy and vital functions in living organisms.
  • Demonstrate the biochemical and physiological changes in different biological taxa.


  • Apply the appropriate scientific methods and techniques for analyzing raw data and solving environmental  problems;
  • Interpret abnormal biological laboratory results and use statistical approaches when evaluating data.
  • Prepare reports about the biological and environmental control measures and the different ways in management and maintenance of biological and environmental balances.
  • Perform microscopic examination and analytical tests of cells, tissues, blood, body fluids, and other materials
  • Model proper procedures, for collecting, safe handling, processing, and analyzing human specimens to maintain accuracy and precision.


  • Demonstrate leadership, team player, and the desire for continuing education for one's professional development.
  • Demonstrate ability to handle stressful situations calmly and efficiently.
  • Share effective communication within groups and with other biological, laboratory professionals and understands limits of knowledge and skill and seeks advice and assistance.
  • Utilize computer technology applications to interact with biological and environmental laboratory information systems.