Physics Program Outcomes
Knowledge of Physics
- Physics majors should have a thorough knowledge & comprehension of the fundamental concepts and scientific theories of physics. In addition, they should be competent problem-solvers of both theoretical and practical problems.
Proficiency in Physics Laboratory Skills
- Physics majors should be competent, ethical, and safety-conscious in the lab. They should be able to design and set up an experiment, collect and analyze data, properly document experiment procedures and data, identify sources of error, interpret results and make relevant connections to other areas in physics and other science disciplines
Communication of Physics Knowledge and Ability
- Physics majors should be able to effectively communicate orally and in writing chemical principles and theories, the procedures and results of experiments, and their analysis of problems. They should be able to defend conclusions reached in experimental results or solution to problems.