MC111 - Master of Biotechnology
Plan: MC111FOSC - Master of Biotechnology (Food Science)
Campus: City Campus
Program Learning Outcomes Statement
The program MC111 Master of Biotechnology is designed to enable you to achieve the following Program Learning Outcomes:
1. Understanding science.
1.1 You will demonstrate an advanced understanding of biological and food sciences by articulating the methods of science, explaining why current biological knowledge is both contestable and testable through further inquiry, and explaining the role and relevance of food science and biotechnology in society.
1.2 You will have an understanding of recent developments in a specialised areas of food science and biotechnology
1.3 You will demonstrate knowledge of research principles and methods applicable to biological sciences
2. Advanced skills to critically analyse and solve problems in biotechnology.
2.1 You will demonstrate cognitive skills in mastery of advanced theoretical knowledge in food science and biotechnology and apply this knowledge to solve complex problems in existing and new areas.
2.2 You will generate and evaluate complex ideas and concepts at an abstract level.
3. Application of knowledge and skills.
You will critically analyse and solve problems in food science and biotechnology by:
3.1 Demonstrating creativity, initiative and a high level of autonomy in research and/or professional practice
3.2 Planning and executing a substantial research or work-based project and/or pieces of scholarship.
You will be able to effectively communicate concepts of food science and biotechnology to specialist and non-specialist audiences, using a variety of presentation modes.
5. Personal and professional responsibility.
5.1 You will be accountable for individual learning and scientific work by being an independent and self-directed learner
5.2 You will work effectively, responsibly, ethically, and safely in an individual or team context
5.3 You will demonstrate knowledge of the regulatory frameworks and ethical principles relevant to food science and biotechnologyTop of page
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