Program Overview
BIOLOGY

RVOE SEPF: 20111059; Upgrade march 2017


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As a graduate from the Bachelor of Biology you will identify and analyze biological processes through statistical tools and design of experiments, applying theories and concepts of biological sciences and biodiversity to use and maintain biotic resources in the public and private sectors and universities, with a high sense of respect for all living beings, the environment in which they live, and the society with which they interact.

Once you have finished your study program, you will have a bachelor´s degree in addition to a licenciatura degree.  Therefore, your studies will be recognized worldwide.

In addition to enhancing your entry skills, at UDLAP we propose to:

  • Give you ample knowledge of organisms at all levels of the biological organization (from molecular to ecosystem), considering their origin, function and evolution.
  • Make you an expert in biodiversity and in its use and conservation.
  • Prepare you to comprehend the relationship between organisms and their biotic and abiotic environment.
  • Provide you with the necessary tools to plan and execute solutions to biological problems.
  • Place you at the vanguard of scientific research in biology.
  • Respects organisms and the environment in which they live.
  • Takes pleasure in the adequate use and conservation of biodiversity.
  • Is able to understand biology concepts and theories.
  • Tries to work for the greater good, and to achieve academic goals.
  • Likes scientific research in biology.
  • Able to develop solutions to biology problems related to the use and conservation of biodiversity.
  • Able to apply biology concepts and theories, identifying the corresponding level of biological organization for the correct evaluation of biological systems.
  • Knows organisms in their different levels of organization: molecular, cellular, morphological, taxonomical and phylogenetic for the use and conservation of biodiversity.
  • Masters design of experiments, using adequate statistical techniques and data analysis, to evaluate biological systems.
  • Able to evaluate biologic diversity by analyzing the different levels of organization for their preservation and their adequate exploitation.
  • Able to determine the social, economic and environmental implications of biological studies, for their integration in the solution of biology problems.
Check the previous academic program: Program 2012
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