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Code of the learning outcome of the programme Learning outcomes
The graduate:
Codes of the learning outcomes of the areas of education to which the learning outcome of the programme is related
1BL_W01 Recognize the basic structures, phenomena and natural processes in the living world, for each of the levels of its organization, and rely on the empirical basis P1A_W01, P1A_W02
1BL_W02 Choose proper tools in mathematics essential for describing and interpreting basic natural phenomena. P1A_W02, P1A_W06
1BL_W03 Define and explain the fundamental principles of physics and chemistry which are essential for understanding processes and natural phenomena. P1A_W03
1BL_W04 Present the significance of carbon chemistry for the functioning of life, and describe and recognize the basic rules that govern chemical reactions. P1A_W03
1BL_W05 Describe the structure and properties of the main types of biological macro-molecules and their constituent elements. P1A_W03
1BL_W06 Analyze the main metabolic pathways and indicate the correlation between metabolism and energy metabolism in different organisms. P1A_W01
1BL_W07 Describe and explain the differences in the structure and function of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. P1A_W05
1BL_W08 Describe the organization of tissues and organs, as well as functional interdependencies between them. P1A_W05
1BL_W09 Characterize the diversity of flora and fauna and demonstrate the knowledge of the factors which determine it. P1A_W05
1BL_W10 Explain the elementary principles of classification and organism nomenclature, and specify the main taxonomic groups. P1A_W05
1BL_W11 Distinguish and characterize selected types of natural habitats and describe the causes of organism variability. P1A_W01
1BL_W12 Explain and describe the basic rules and the mechanisms of life functioning at the organism, population, biocenosis and ecosystem levels. P1A_W05, P1A_W08
1BL_W13 Recognize basic environmental threats on a global, regional and local scale. P1A_W01
1BL_W14 Describe and explain the molecular mechanisms of genetic information flow and regulation of its expression. P1A_W01
1BL_W15 Present and explain the rules of inheritance. P1A_W01
1BL_W16 Explain the basic regularities that determine the presence of organisms in various types of environment. P1A_W01, P1A_W05
1BL_W17 Identify the scientific disciplines in the field of natural sciences and current methods of research appropriate for them. P1A_W05
1BL_W18 apply the scientific concepts and terms appropriate for the studied specialization and related fields. P1A_W05
1BL_W19 Discuss environmental determinants in the context of the concept of sustainable development. P1A_W08
1BL_W20 Explain the basic techniques of genetic engineering and biotechnology, and analyze their bio-ethical determinants. P1A_W07
1BL_W21 Specify and characterize forms of nature protection, and evoke the basic legal regulations in this regard in Poland, Europe and the world. P1A_W04, P1A_W08
1BL_W22 Identify and discuss the consequences of anthropogenic impact on the natural environment, and understand the ethical implications. P1A_W06, P1A_W08
1BL_W23 Explain the theoretical basis of experimental and field methods, list the most important research techniques in the biological sciences, and also describe and interpret natural phenomena using statistical and informatic methods. P1A_W05, P1A_W07
1BL_W24 Discuss the socio-economic determinants of functioning in the biological sciences. P1A_W08
1BL_W25 Explains rules of using the informatic tools for data analysis. P1A_W06
1BL_W26 Understand and assess the significance of experimentation and field work in biology, and define and describe the significance of molecular analyses in biological research. P1A_W02, P1A_W07
1BL_W27 Demonstrate and use the basic concepts of other areas of biological and natural sciences to broaden the knowledge of the biology. P1A_W04, P1A_W08
1BL_W28 Indicate the interdisciplinary aspects of current biology and the natural sciences. P1A_W08
1BL_W29 Demonstrate the knowledge of vocabulary and grammar, in sufficient detail to enable passive and active communication, in English. P1A_W05
1BL_W30 Know English vocabulary and grammar at B2 level, including the basic scientific terminology of biology and related fields in the English. P1A_W05
1BL_W31 Explain basic economic considerations and understand the principles of research funding. P1A_W11
1BL_W32 Present the basic concepts and principles of industrial property and copyright protection. P1A_W10
1BL_W33 Present and interpret the basic principles of occupational health and safety and ergonomics. P1A_W09
1BL_W34 Have a general knowledge of selected scientific methods and know the issues specific to disciplines not related to the field of study. H1A_W01
1BL_U01 Learn independently in a targeted manner. P1A_U04, P1A_U11
1BL_U02 Apply the basic techniques and research tools of environmental biology, with the supervisor’s help. P1A_U01
1BL_U03 Carry out observations and create, in the field or laboratory and with the supervisor’s help, simple physical, biological and chemical measurements and is able to interpret the results. P1A_U01, P1A_U06
1BL_U04 Operate the basic equipment needed in laboratory and field research. P1A_U01, P1A_U06
1BL_U05 Search for information from the scientific literature and electronic databases that are recommended for life sciences, in the native language, and is able to integrate them in reports. P1A_U02, P1A_U03, P1A_U06
1BL_U06 Indicate ability in oral communication and reading comprehension in the English language. P1A_U02, P1A_U12
1BL_U07 Speak English at B2 level, and apply the basic specialized vocabulary in the English language that facilitates the use of biological texts. P1A_U02, P1A_U09, P1A_U10
1BL_U08 Know the current trends of research in life sciences, and comment on selected topics in this field using scientific language typical for biological sciences. P1A_U08, P1A_U09
1BL_U09 Use the knowledge from other areas of biological and life sciences in improving the knowledge base of biology. P1A_U03, P1A_U07
1BL_U10 Recognize the relationships and dependencies between biology and other areas of biological and life sciences. P1A_U07, P1A_U08
1BL_U11 Present the results of individual work in the form of reports, presentations and essays, and to prepare independently scientific reports based on research and to discuss the results obtained. P1A_U09, P1A_U10
1BL_U12 Combine theoretical knowledge with practical skills. P1A_U01
1BL_U13 Use basic computer software in terms of applying it in the discipline studied and in everyday life (e.g. word processing, databases, spreadsheets, numerical and library packages). P1A_U05
1BL_U14 Present their own opinions and choose the basic scientific arguments to defend them in their native and English language. P1A_U07, P1A_U08, P1A_U12
1BL_U15 Use basic methods of mathematical and statistical analysis for data interpretation. P1A_U05
1BL_U16 Reasonably plan and realize the process of autonomous learning and is able to create the appropriate conclusions based on data from different sources. P1A_U07
1BL_U17 Work independently, and as part of a team, to solve basic research problems. P1A_U04, P1A_U11
1BL_U18 Have the ability to pose and analyze problems based on obtained content from a range of field of science unrelated to field of study. H1A_U01
1BL_K01 Demonstrate a wider interest of the biological and life sciences. P1A_K01, P1A_K07
1BL_K02 Understand the necessity of continuous education and systematic improvement of their skills. P1A_K01
1BL_K03 Explain and reconsider their own views, respect the opinions of others and work as part of a team. P1A_K02
1BL_K04 Recognize social and environmental problems and respond appropriately to them. P1A_K03
1BL_K05 Recognize the importance of research for the conservation of biodiversity and can see opportunities to use their knowledge and skills in cooperation with appropriate institutions. P1A_K02, P1A_K03
1BL_K06 Give opinions on the basis concepts in life science and promote knowledge of this field of science. P1A_K04, P1A_K07
1BL_K07 Be responsible for equipment entrusted to them and their own work, and respect the work of others. P1A_K06
1BL_K08 Be critical of public information, especially in the natural sciences. P1A_K01, P1A_K04
1BL_K09 Be responsible for the safety of their own work and that of others. P1A_K06
1BL_K10 Apply the principles of bio-ethics, and be aware of the ethical dimension of research. P1A_K04
1BL_K11 Demonstrate an enterprising attitude in professional and social life. P1A_K05, P1A_K08
1BL_K12 Carry out an objective self-assessment of their own work. P1A_K04, P1A_K05
1BL_K13 Develop an accepting attitude towards the English language as necessary in life sciences. P1A_K01
1BL_K14 Be willing to undertake professional activity – and orient themself in current offers on the job market, and can independently search for institutions employing graduates of biology. P1A_K08
1BL_K15 Respond according to the principles of first aid, and health and safety regulations, in the case of emergency. P1A_K06
1BL_K16 Understand the necessity of an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving, integrate knowledge from different disciplines and to practice self-education to deepen the knowledge gained. H1A_K01

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