Undergraduate Programs

Student Learning Outcomes

Bachelor of Science in Physics (B.S.)

Students who graduate with a B.S. in Physics will achieve the following objectives:

  1. Know and understand the basic and advanced concepts of classical and modern physics.
  2. Master the mathematical skills relevant to the study of physics.
  3. Apply the knowledge of physics and mathematics to solve physical problems.
  4. Design and perform laboratory experiments in physics.
  5. Use computers and software to solve physics problems and to obtain and analyze experimental data.
  6. Successfully collaborate with peers, attain the necessary skills, and develop the work ethic to perform and complet physics research.
  7. Prepare a written technical document and deliver an oral presentation relevant to physics.
  8. Apply her or his skills to other ares or problems.