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Objectives and Learning Outcomes

Objectives:

1. Achieving excellence in education and scientific research in the fields of Microbiology and its applications.
2. Optimal use of modern technologies in education and scientific research.
3. Applying updated suitable measures to evaluate the performance and ensure the quality of microbiology program outcomes.
4. Providing a suitable environment for education and scientific research.
5. Attracting of distinguished of faculty staff, researchers and students.
6. Establishing communication links with prominent national and international scientific communities.
7. Implementing of advanced training programs to increase the graduate’s skills in the fields of Microbiology.

 

Learning Outcomes:

 

NQF Learning Domains and Learning Outcomes

 At the end of the programme the student will be:

 1.0

 Knowledge

1.1

 Recognize the basic concepts of microbiology.

1.2

 Define the different types of microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, algae and viruses).

1.3

 Identify some microorganisms and their role in medical, agricultural, Industrial, and pharmaceutical fields.

1.4

 Describe the interactions between microorganisms itself and/or others.

1.5

 Recall the traditional and molecular approaches for microbial identification.

2.0

 Cognitive Skills

2.1

 Apply the different techniques of microorganism’s detection in food, human health and environment in the medical   laboratories, companies and institutions.

2.2

 Analyze the different sources of microorganism and evaluate its implications on human.

2.3

 Design research project, collect, analyses, interpret and evaluate data.

3.0

 Interpersonal  Skills and Responsibility

3.1

 Work independently and as a part of team.

3.2

 Learn independently with open-mindedness and critical inquiry.

3.3

 Learn effectively for the purpose of continuing professional development.

3.4

 Appreciate ethical problems associated with research in biology and technological applications.

4.0

 Communication, Information Technology, Numerical

4.1

 Access into scientific databases and software, which are used in microbiological field.

4.2

 Prepare and present academic presentations, which is crucial them in working life.

4.3

 Utilize statistical programs in microbiological experiments.

4.4

 Use references management software of scientific publication.

5.0

 Psychomotor (if applicable)

5.1

 Use the instruments related to microbiological section

5.2

 Prepare different type of culture media, which are used in microorganism’s cultivation.

5.3

 Manipulate different techniques, which are used in microbiological experiments.

5.4

 Collect different samples from environmental and clinical sectors according to standard collection methods.