EDUCATIONAL-SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM BY SPECIALTY 091 «BIOLOGY»
Background. Biology is a field that is a transdisciplinary field of knowledge and is considered as a set of scientific disciplines that study living organisms, their structure, functioning, distribution, origin and development, as well as natural communities of organisms, their relationships with each other, with inanimate nature and man. The modern vision of training future specialists of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the specialty 091 «Biology» in the field of knowledge 09 «Biology» is presented.
Material and methods. Modern biology has several features: the study of the relationship between biological and social development of man; close connection with a number of high-tech areas, including molecular biology, molecular genetics, systems biomedicine. Virtually all new areas and features are related to the use of information technology.
Results. Upon completion of their studies, third-level higher education students must master general scientific (philosophical) competencies, acquire universal research skills and language competencies. The topics of the training courses are designed to promote the ability to integrate knowledge and solve complex problems in multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary contexts.
Conclusion. The content of the proposed educational-scientific program in specialty 091 «Biology» is aimed at training highly qualified and competitive specialists of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, acquisition by them in the course of training of necessary theoretical knowledge and a complex of practical abilities, skills and competences to perform innovative research, also the implementation of the obtained results in practical health care.
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