CURRICULUM

tThe current curriculum adopts new paradigm of education, which are out-comes based education, learner-centered learning, continuous improvement, and international benchmarking and accreditation. The curriculum is periodically updated every five years by following the development processes of the curriculum considering some principles of the curriculum development. This is shown in the following chart:

To complete the learning program, students should take 144 credit units (CU) comprising 108 CU as a compulsory courses and 26 CU as an elective course.

Description of figure 3: Topic (T) 1 = Cell and molecular biology; T 2 = Physiology; T 3 = Genetics; T 4 = Structure and Development; T 5 = Biosystematics and Evolution; T 6 = Ecology; T 7 = Basic supporting knowledge of Understanding Biology; T 8 = Research Methodology; T 9   = Entrepreneurship and management; T 10 = Preparation of Biological Specimens; T 11 = Instrumentation of Biology Laboratory; T 12 = Field Biology; T 13 = Food Biology; T 14 = Quality Control in Biology; T 15 = Cell culture; T 16 = Religion: Private and Social Life; T 17 = Communication.

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