Department of Physiology, Biochemistry &Nutrition

Academic Program

Master in Physiology






Intended learning outcomes

a. Knowledge and understanding:Digital study and the basic concepts that the student must acquire after studying the first course in the fields of knowledge and understanding.The ability to remember, retrieve and repeat information without significant change, such as: knowledge of descriptive facts (specific, specific events, characteristics), knowledge of technical terms (the meanings of technical knowledge (the meanings of knowledge written verbal and non-verbal), knowledge of the conventions accepted with phenomena or knowledge, knowledge And categories, knowledge and laws, systematic knowledge of research methods, knowledge of generalities and abstractions (principles and generalizations, knowledge of theories and abstract structures).Comprehension: The ability to interpret or rephrase the information that the student has acquired at the level of knowledge in his own language, including translation, interpretation, and conclusion, such as: explanation/ clarification/ interpretation/ description/ drawing/ reference to...etc.It is formulated as follows: for the student to recognize, for the student to remember, for the student to enumerate, for the student to describe, for the student to explain, for the student to explain, for the student to draw. Knowledge is achieved through: lectures, books, laboratory activities, workshops and assignments. It is measured by tests. theoretical and oral.A.1 The student will identify examples of different types of data emerging in public health and recent studiesA.2 The student should know the interpretation of the data distribution through the visual display screensA.3 The student understands how to calculate normal scores and the resulting probabilities Calculate and interpret confidence intervals for means and population relativity and explain the value of PB. Mental skills:The mental skills acquired by the student on analysis after successfully studying the course, the ability to think creatively, identify and solve problems, etc., are defined as follows: the student connects / the student analyzes / the student distinguishes / the student compares / the student criticizes The student proposes / the student concludes / the student solves a problem. The mental skill is achieved through: assignments / projects / team work / laboratory activities / case studies. The mental skill is measured through: a written exam / independent projects / research.B.1 The student can understand examples of different types of data emerging in public health and clinical studiesB.2 That the student be able to explain the differences in the distribution of data through the visual displaysB.3 The student should understand the calculation of standard normal scores and the resulting probabilities. Calculate and interpret confidence intervals for population means and ratios. Interpret and explain the value of P.c. Practical and professional skills:The skills that the student must acquire when successfully studying the course must be included, enabling him to use what he studied in professional applications, for example: using some electronic devices and equipment, performing laser applications, being able to diagnose a disease, doing engineering design, designing a program The computer.....etc. It is formulated as follows: that the student distinguishes, that the student performs, that the student diagnoses, that the student stores, that the student uses, that the student designs. Scientific and professional skills are achieved through: laboratory activities, workshops, field training Scientific and professional skill is measured through: laboratory activities, workshops, and field training.C.1 The student should be able to deal with statistical operations and resultsC.2 The student's ability to draw conclusions and evaluate resultsC.3 The student learns ways to implement a specialized plan and reach results of variable value that are beneficial to the experiment as a wholeD. General and transferable skills:The various general skills or usable skills are included in the fields of work that the student must acquire when studying the course successfully, so that they can be applied in any field and include: communication and written and oral communication, the use of modern technological tools, information and communication technology, dealing with computers, work In the problem-solving team, management...etc. It is formulated as follows:That the student be able to communicate and written and oral communication, that the student be able to use the means of modern technology, that the student be able to work in a team, that the student be able to solve problems Teamwork, the ability to manage time, the ability to deliver and present, the ability to use a computer and the Internet. General and transferred skills are measured through: writing scientific reports and articles, giving oral presentations, team work skills.D.1 The student is able to explain the values ​​that he reached after conducting questionnaires and experiments in study groups and group workD.2 The student can interpret the results and devise ways to analyze the results in a group workD.3 The student can independently reach vital results and new variables

Teaching and learning methods

  1. Lectures
  2. homework
  3. Panel discussions

Methods of assessments

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