Upon successful completion of this programme the graduate will be able to demonstrate... :
Knowledge - Breadth
Demonstrate a mastery of advanced theoretical knowledge and skills relating to the BioPharmaChem industry, which include planning, managing and developing medium to large scale in silico projects using the most current design principles, methodologies and technologies.
Knowledge - Kind
Demonstrate an awareness and critical understanding of a wide range of theories, technologies and application areas in computational biology.
Skill - Range
Apply numerical, computing, statistical and analytical skills to solve complex biological problems.
Skill - Selectivity
Independently acquire, assess and select knowledge in novel and emerging biocomputing technologies, integrate various principles and approaches to successfully plan and implement a biocomputing project.
Competence - Context
Apply computing knowledge and skills to a wide range of novel bioscience problems.
Competence - Role
Assume the role of Project Manager for medium to large scale in silico projects, achieve IT strategies, participate in peer
collaboration and evaluation exercises.
Competence - Learning to Learn
Devise programme to support his/her continuing professional development, independently learn, understand, evaluate and apply new
Competence - Insight
Act in a manner consistent with the best interests of clients, colleagues and other stakeholders and the general public, maintain
integrity and independence in professional judgement.