Candidates graduating from this master's degree will be expected to have skills in

(i) integrating the content of different biosciences at a molecular level,

(ii) analyzing the molecular mechanisms that operate in human beings and other mammalian species and identifying their applications,

(iii) analyzing the possibilities of biochemistry uses in social environment, taking into account economic, regulatory, legal and ethical aspects,

(iv) resolving problems related to biology research at the molecular level and demonstrating understanding of the biochemical complexity of living beings and

(v) identifying and using bio-computing tools to contribute to genomics, proteomics and biomedicine.