After completing their biology degree, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension in five core concepts of biology at varying scales (molecules to ecosystems). Core concepts include 1) Evolution, 2) Structure and function, 3) Information flow, exchange, and storage, 4) Pathways and transformations of energy and matter, and 5) Systems.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply critical, analytical and integrative thinking to biological problems.
- Apply the scientific method to design and conduct biological research, including analyzing and interpreting biological data.
- Clearly communicate biological ideas with scientists and the general public in both written and oral form.