mSLOs 
Students will be able to...

define
fundamental concepts, principles, and theories of
science.

gather
scientific
information
through experiments, field work, and research.

perform
experiments that support the development of scientific theory.

utilize
appropriate laboratory and field work
procedures.

interpret and express the results of
experiments.

explain
observations
of new phenomenon, systems, and entities,
using the theories of science.

Students will be able to:

define
arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, spatial, and statistical
concepts

calculate
arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, spatial, and statistical
quantities
using appropriate technology.

estimate
arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, spatial, and statistical
solutions

solve
arithmetic, algebraic, geometric, spatial, and statistical
expressions, equations, functions, and problems
using appropriate technology.

represent
mathematical
information
numerically, symbolically, graphically, verbally, and visually
using appropriate technology.

develop
mathematical and statistical
models such as formulas, functions, graphs, tables, and schematics
using appropriate technology.

interpret
mathematical and statistical
models such as formulas, functions, graphs, tables, and schematics,
drawing conclusions and making inferences based on those models.

explore
mathematical
systems
utilizing rich experiences that encourage
independent, nontrivial, constructive exploration in mathematics.

communicate
mathematical
thoughts and ideas
clearly and concisely to others in the oral and written form.

Students will be able to:
Demonstrate, in written and oral forms, a detailed knowledge regarding the function of the world's oceans and seas and the closely human induced interactions with the marine environment. This can be achieved by:
 Expressing the fundamental notions of geological physical, chemical and biological oceanography and exploring these concepts to interpret the marine sciences;
 Describing the major environments of the world oceans (from the nearshore to offshore and from the shallow to deep water) and the interactions with the living forms that inhabit each respective ecosystems within this major water basin;
 Linking the interaction between the humans with the world ocean in detailing the knowledge acquired on the one hand, in resource utilization which covers the fisheries and mariculture; and on the other hand, the human induced degradation of the marine environment and its counterbalance, the examination of the conservation and enhancement measures taken towards the marine environment.

Students will be able to:
[These outcomes have not yet been formally discussed nor has the measurability of these outcomes been determined. These should be considered placeholders for program level outcomes to be developed at a later date.]

describe
the structure, function, and basic pathologies
of the human body.

communicate
health, nutrition, and premedical
information in both written and oral formats.

describe
health care and allied professions.

demonstrate
a foundation in
basic biology, chemistry, microbiology, anatomy, nutrition, health, and physiology.

work effectively in groups to solve
human life sciences and health problems.

quantify and analyze
human life sciences and health problems
using analytical, statistical, and computer methods.

acquire and synthesize
human life science, health, and nutrition information
in a critical, scientific, and technologically advanced manner.
