Biochemistry Learning Outcomes

Students completing the biochemistry major should:

  • Be able to frame a scientific question or problem.
  • Be able to undertake investigations and perform analyses that provide information about biochemical questions and help to solve biochemical problems.
  • Be able to demonstrate accurate quantitative analysis and computer literacy.
  • Be able to communicate effectively, through writing and oral communication, the results of scientific investigations.
  • Be able to understand and effectively apply scientific ethics.
  • Be able to locate, obtain, read, and understand appropriate scientific literature.
  • Be able to evaluate scientific arguments critically.