Philosophy:
The School of Natural Sciences is based on a strong belief that science is the study of God‘s handiwork to sustain mankind and his bio-physical systems through technology and sustainable innovations.

Mission:
To train holistic and skilled professionals in science and technology.

Vision:
To be a center of excellence in scientific research, training and innovations for
development.

PAR BPRS 2208:  PARASITOLOGY

The course provides a broad understanding of the human parasitic infections; accessibility of parasites to hosts, and their survival in hosts. Emphasis will be put on study of Plasmodium (Malaria-causing parasite), Toxoplasma and schistosomes.


REM BREM 2201: RESEARCH METHODS (NATURAL SCIENCES)

This course introduces students to the needs and functions of research in education.
Emphasis is placed on practical application of basic research techniques
and designs. The course will include the following topics: development of a research problem,objectives, hypothesis, significance, limitations and delimitations, review of literature, a research theory, theoretical framework, various methods of data collection, descriptive and inferential data analysis and their interpretation. The following terms shall be emphasized: variables, sampling, research validity and reliability, degree of freedom, significance and non-significance of research findings. The use of computer in analysis of research findings may also be emphasized.

  • Teacher: anthony epel
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UNSE BSAG 3101: Undergraduate Seminar

Level: Third Year Semester One
This course is designed to equip students with communication skills and presentation
of papers from literature and recent works done by researchers. Students will be able to
manipulate presentation equipment such as flip boards, projectors, power point programs etc. Each student should be able to innovate, improvise, and design poster or other scientific materials from scientific literatures which will be presented at the end of the course.

TMB DSLT 272: TECHNIQUES IN MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
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