At the end of the BSc in Ecology Biodiversity programme, graduates are able to:
1. Attain good knowledge of ecology and biodiversity, enabling them to evaluate issues concerning global climate change, biodiversity loss, ecological community stability, food security, resource use management and the environment.
2. Devise and implement projects systematically using suitable technical and practical skills.
3. Discharge their responsibility to resolve environmental problems related to ecology and biodiversity for the interest of the industry and public.
4. Consider the use and management of natural resources, in terms of sustainability, professionalism and ethical responsibility.
5. Communicate information and ideas clearly and effectively, as well as take responsibility as a team member and group leader.
6. Use scientific procedures to solve problems.
7. Identify requirements for self-improvement and information technology in one’s profession.
8. Use their entrepreneurial and managerial skills for project implementation or vocation, with efficient use of resources and time.