This course will consist of definitions and scope of biosafety, bioethics and biopolicy, good laboratory procedure and practices, standard operating procedures for biotechnology research, legal and institutional framework for biosafety as practiced on the global stage. Other aspects the course will address include: overview of safety issues and application in various products and services, hierarchy of regulatory organs, environmental risks associated with gene manipulation, biohazards, risk assessment and management.

Philosophy overall aims is to question the assumptions we make about  our lives and really dig into the details of why we think what we think and how we choose to act. It can get complicated at times, but it can also help a person to see more clearly that there are other ways of looking at the world than is our habit today. Hence the discipline is sub-divided into six branches. e.g. Epistemology, Metaphysics, Ethics, Logic, Aesthetics  and Axiology.