Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOS):

2.أ ـ المعرفة والفهم :                              2.a. Knowledge and Understanding

On successful completion of the program, the graduate will be able to:

         2.a. 1. Illustrate the detailed gross anatomy of different parts of

          human body, including the neuroanatomy.

          2.a.2. Explain  the development as a key to catch normal and

         abnormal anatomy.

2.a.3. Discuss the anatomical relations in different parts and regions of the human body.

2.a.4.  Identify the terms and planes and movements of different parts and regions of human body.

2.a.5.  Describe the morphology, location, vasculature and  innervations  different parts of human body.

2.a.6 . Describe the most recent important techniques of specimen preparation.

2.a.7.  Know  the details of surgical & applied anatomy.

2.a.8. Recognize the impact of fine structure of the anatomical components.

2.a.9. Discuss the measurements of different parts of human bodies .

2.a.10. Recognize the radiological anatomy to know the details of  deeper  structure .

2.a.11. Demonstrate the surface anatomy of the visible and deeper structures of the body.

2.a.12.  Classify the body parameter in successive age advances to give a way for the study of the growth &development.

 

2.a.13.Categorize the teratogenic factors & their effects on the genetics and molecular biology.

2.a.14. Describe  genetic map .

2.a.15.Explain the variations of human being .

 

2. بـالقدراتالذهنية : 2.b. Intellectual Skills:                                             On successful completion of the program, the graduate will be able to:

2.b.1. Interpret the results of radiological and surface anatomy.

 

2.b.2. Correlate between the developmental basis and its related anatomical facts including the teratogenic factors.

 

2.b.3 Appreciate the danger of the environmental factors on the development of body systems.

 

2.b.4. Formulate a systematic approach for different surgical incisions.

 

2.b.5. Correlate between the normal and abnormal gross structure in the different developmental ages.

 

2.b.6.Analyze the causes of genetic defects .

 

2.b.7.Interpret the developmental causes of nervous system .

 

2.b.8.Interpret the scientific  knowledge to understand the vertebrate biology .

 

2.b.9.Combine the technical and investigational database to proficient in histological problem solving .

 

2.ج . مهاراتمهنيةوعملية 2.c.  Practical and professional Skills:               On successful completion of the program, the graduate will be able to:

2.c .1 Prepare the embryonic specimen, dissected regions of human body and human organs

 

2.c.2. Prepare the histological sections to show the structural changes in vertebrate .

 

2.c.3 Process & stain the specific tissues specimen and report the immunological structures .

 

2.c .4.  Perform anthropometric techniques & methods.

 

2.c.5. Write reports about different anatomical regions and on a radiographic films.

 

2.c.6  Perform a cross sectional anatomical specimens.

 

2.c.7  prepare  the  box slide for CNS specimens.

 

2.c.8  Prepare the museum specimen and recogenize the molecular biology techniques .

 

2.د . مهاراتعامةومنتقلة:                                                     

2.d.  General and transferable skills:-

By the end of the program the candidate should be able to:

2.d..1. Communicate effectively with teaching stuff and colleagues.

 

2.d..2. Demonstrate appropriate attitude towards teaching stuff and colleagues.

 

2.d.3.  Retrieve, manage, and manipulate information by all means, including electronic means.

 

2.d.4.  Present information clearly in written, electronic and oral forms.

 

2.d.5 .Establish effective interpersonal relationship to Communicate ideas and arguments .

 

2.d.6. Work effectively as a member or a leader of an interdisciplinary team

 

2.d.7. Establish life-long self-learning required for continuous professional development.