- Students will be familiar with safety and chemical hygiene protocols within a working laboratory environment.
- Students will be able to apply scientific principles to the analysis of quantitative and qualitative biological problems.
- Students will employ scientific methods and instrumentation for designing and evaluating laboratory experiments and be able to make reliable measurements.
- Students will demonstrate effective literature research and the technical writing and oral communication skills necessary for successful participation in team or group work.
- Students will be familiar with the basic macromolecules and biochemical transformations underlying intermediary metabolism within living cells.
- Student should be able to describe the interrelationships between the structure and function at the cell and organism levels.
- Be able to apply appropriate criteria used in the classification of living organisms.
- Students will have a working knowledge of central biological principles within the fields of molecular biology, evolutionary biology, Mendelian and molecular genetics, and ecology.
- Students will understand the relationships between organisms and their ecosystem, including population dynamics and ecosystem stability.
For more information, please call Dr. Callie Vanderbilt at 505-566-3080.
Or send an email to Vanderbi@sanjuancollege.edu.