Undergraduate Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the undergraduate physics program, graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate command of theoretical, experimental and computational physics in preparation for their chosen career path after graduation.
- Apply the tools of physics including mathematics, experimental design with apparatus, and computers to explore independently new problems of practical or theoretical importance.
- Exhibit growth as members of a scientific community and in awareness of professional responsibilities.
- Demonstrate the ability to construct, articulate, and defend a valid scientific argument and to critique others' arguments and techniques.