After completion of the EMABG course, graduates will be able to:
- Describe the current world context of animal breeding, and reflect on its social and ethical aspects.
- Show knowledge of biostatistics, quantitative and molecular genetics, and use correct scientific vocabulary.
- Identify and critically analyse key factors and forces behind animal breeding problems and relate their own discipline to a multidisciplinary framework.
- Create a solution for a given problem by applying appropriate research methods, instruments and tools, and organise, monitor, and evaluate results within their specialisation, while
– collecting relevant information and literature,
– understanding and applying required methods to conduct research,
– reflecting critically on own and literature research work, and adjusting and suggesting improvement of the analysis.
– concluding and pointing out practical recommendations based on the analysis of results
- Present an oral and written report of study and research activities, while taking into account the nature of the audience.
- Adapt and apply their knowledge to different working and cultural environments.
- Demonstrate learning and organisational skills to continue to study in a manner that may be largely self-directed or autonomous.
- Operate in an international context in both content and social-cultural aspects, both independently and in a team.
Last updated: 21.11.2019