Genetics and Biotechnology Fundamentals
Explain and justify the use of advanced techniques in molecular genetics, genomics, and biotechnology, and to interpret the results of such analyses. Example techniques include genome sequencing and assembly, genotyping, and comparative genomics.
Technical and Laboratory Skills
Utilize technical skills acquired through lab experience and apply these skills in formulating solutions to life science questions.
Communicate proficiently through oral and written scientific media.
Human Stewardship, Sustainability, and Christlike Service
Identify specific ways training in applied genetics and biotechnology can address issues of earthly stewardship and sustainability, and demonstrate a strong desire to help Mankind in a Christlike way.