The Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry at Notre Dame University-Louaize is committed to provide undergraduate students with a
solid foundation in the chemical processes that underlie biological systems. The program
incorporates laboratory-based courses that endow students with technical skills and the
ability to interpret and critically evaluate biochemical information. It equips students with
the academic qualifications needed to pursue higher education in the field, or work in
biotech companies and related industries.
Program Educational Objectives
- 1.Provide students with a solid basis in the fundamentals and applications of biochemistry.
- 2.Instruct students on the use of the scientific method to design and conduct experiments.
- 3.Develop student communication skills through research project assignments that involve literature review, report writing, and oral presentation.
- 4.Promote student critical thinking skills, encourage teamwork, and emphasize ethical standards.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon graduation students will be able to:
- 1.Express knowledge of the fundamentals and various applications of biochemistry.
- 2.Show skills in conducting biochemistry-related experiments.
- 3.Apply statistical and quantitative analysis tools in interpreting scientific data.
- 4.Convey scientific results, both orally and in writing.
- 5.Conduct literature search using information technology and library resources.
- 6.Demonstrate problem solving skills and critical thinking in laboratory work.
- 7.Work effectively in a team.