Program Intended Learning Outcomes
At the successful completion of the Bachelor Program in Physics, graduates should be able to:
1. Outline, apply and integrate a broad range of fundamental concepts in basic areas of physics such as: Quantum Mechanics, Classical Mechanics, Electrostatics and Magnetism, Thermal Physics, Optics, Theory of Special Relativity, Mathematical Physics, Electronics.
2. Apply efficiently basics and advanced knowledge of mathematics including ordinary and partial differential equations, complex variables, linear algebra, vector algebra and calculus, partial differentiation, multiple integrals, Fourier series, integral transforms, calculus of variations, and probability to analyze and solve physics problems.
3. Discuss how modern electronic instrumentation works, and how experiments are used to reveal the underlying physical principals of the universe and its constituents.
4. Utilize standard laboratory equipment, modern instrumentation, and classical techniques to carry out experiments.
5. Analyze and discuss physics laboratory experiments, properly carry out the experiments, and appropriately record and analyze the results including the use of graphs, error analysis and computational techniques.
6. Adhere to the proper procedures and safety regulations for safely working in a lab.
7. Outline broad concepts in scientific research methods and ethical principles of scientific research and be able to write research proposals.
8. Communicate clearly and effectively in both written and oral forms.
9. Apply proficiently a team work skills and employ team-based learning strategies.
10. Utilize information and communication technology in both data collections and data analysis and in accessing databases and international information in science.
11. Apply professional and ethical responsibility to society.