Graduates are expected to

  • Recognize the role of basic sciences in the development of society.
  • Develop scientific approaches that meet community needs considering economic, environmental, social, ethical, and safety requirements.
  • Utilize scientific facts and theories to analyze and interpret practical data.
  • Collect, analyze, and present data using appropriate formats and techniques.
  • Postulate concepts and choose appropriate solutions to solve problems on scientific basis.
  • Effectively apply information technology relevant to the field.
  • Effectively participate in a multidisciplinary teamwork and be flexible for adaptation, decision making and working under contradictory conditions as well as exhibiting a sense of beauty and neatness.
  • Adopt self and long life-learning and effectively participate in research activities.
  • Deal with scientific data in Arabic, English or other languages.
  • General knowledge 
  • Graduates are expected to know: 
  • The related basic scientific facts, concepts, principles and techniques.
  • The related theories and their applications.
  • The processes and mechanisms supporting the structure and function of the specific topics.
  • The related terminology, nomenclature and classification systems.
  • The theories and methods applied for interpreting and analyzing data related to discipline.
  • The developmental progress of the program-related knowledge.
  • The relation between the studied topics and the environment.
  • Professional skills
  • Graduates are expected to:
  • Plan, design, process and report on the investigated data, using appropriate techniques and considering scientific guidance.
  • Apply techniques and tools considering scientific ethics.
  • Solve problems using a range of formats and approaches.
  • Identify and criticize the different methods used in addressing subject related issues.