Learning Goals

Learning Goals

A student completing the Biology program at Siena will have:

 

1.    Demonstrated an understanding of the process of science and developed an

       appreciation of contemporary issues in biology.

2.    Demonstrated competence with equipment and experimental methods.

3.    Developed independent research skills and an ability to apply basic mathematical

       techniques in the biological sciences.

4.    Learned important facts and concepts relevant to the discipline.

5.    Demonstrated critical thinking by successfully applying fundamental biological concepts to novel scenarios.

 

Department Chair

James Angstadt

James D. Angstadt

Professor of Biology

132 Morrell Science Center

(518) 783‑4245