At the end of their baccalaureate studies at the Natural Sciences Interdisciplinary Program, graduates will:
- Critically integrate basic knowledge of different Science and Mathematics fields in order to find scientific solutions to our society’s problems.
- Demonstrate knowledge in the use and application of technologies for data research, analysis and incorporate this information into their own knowledge base.
- Integrate and establish connections with other disciplines, such as humanities, art and social sciences, among others, relevant to their field of study or work.
- Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills in both Spanish and English.
- Are able to pursue graduate studies in their scientific field of interest or professional schools.
- Make decisions based on systematic and critical analysis, and ethics in their profession and their daily lives.