Physics and Astronomy Learning Outcomes

1. Physics and astronomy majors should have a thorough knowledge and
understanding of the fundamental concepts of classical and modern
physics and be prepared for graduate work or technical careers.

2. Physics and astronomy majors should have a set of fundamental,
transferable skills that can be applied to a broad range of situations. These
include problem-solving skills, laboratory skills, computational skills,
oral and written communication skills, the ability to analyze data, and
the ability to apply high-level mathematical methods to model real-life
situations.