Expected Student Learning Outcomes

Student learning outcomes for graduates of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences are described below:

Biomedical Concepts and Theories

Students will be able to comprehend basic concepts and theories in the fields of biochemistry, cell biology, laboratory methodologies, genes and function, and biomedical research in relation to human physiology and diseases.

Written and Verbal Communication

Students will be able to express and discuss effectively with peers and professors through oral presentations and written discourse.

Independent Research

Students will be able to plan, organize, conduct, and analyze biomedical research with direction from principal investigator.

Critical Thinking

Students will be able to recall, explain, integrate, and apply key concepts related to the fields of cancer research, infectious diseases, neurosciences, and diabetes & metabolism.

Ethical Behavior

Students will be able to identify, analyze, relate, and address the regulatory environment as well as the normative ethics of conducting biomedical research.

Analytical Thinking

Students will be able to display their understanding of analyzing and presenting data in order to design experiments and present genetic data analysis and basic biostatistics