The MBIByC graduate will have developed: - The ability to use the theoretical and practical elements acquired to understand the biological principles that underlie the origin and functioning of biological diversity and the sustainable use of resources from the perspective of integrative biology. - A scientific training that will allow him to know and analyze the different innovations in the biological sciences related to biodiversity and conservation, as well as skills to modify and design new methods. - The skills needed to communicate scientific results in written and oral form and to work with multidisciplinary teams in diverse cultural contexts. Competences that allow him to continue his training in a research career in the area of Biological Sciences, or join research groups in the study of biodiversity and its conservation or link with the governmental or productive sectors associated with conservation and management of biodiversity. In addition, he will be able to teach in his field of knowledge at the undergraduate and master's level.