Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):
- PEO 1 An ability to apply knowledge of basic and applied physics.
- PEO 2 An ability to conduct and/or demonstrate and/or design the experiment as well as to analyze and interpret the data.
- PEO 3 An ability to work on multidisciplinary areas.
- PEO 4 An ability to pursue higher education.
Program Outcomes (POs):
At the end of the program, students will be able to:
- PO 1 To impart fundamental knowledge and understanding of basic principles of Physics
- PO 2 Apply the basic laws of physics in the areas of classical mechanics, Newtonian gravitation, special relativity, electromagnetism, optics, quantum mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics.
- PO 3 Recognize how observation, experiment and theory work together to continue to expand the frontiers of knowledge of the physical universe
- PO 4 Apply basic mathematical tools commonly used in physics, including elementary probability theory, differential and integral calculus, vector calculus, ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and linear algebra.
- PO 5 Communicate verbally, graphically, and/or in writing the results of theoretical calculations and laboratory experiments in a clear and concise manner that incorporates the stylistic conventions used by physicists worldwide.
Program-Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
- PSO 1 Understand and apply the basic laws of physics in the areas of classical mechanics, Newtonian gravitation, special relativity, electromagnetism, optics, quantum mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics.
- PSO 2 To educate students as physicists in preparation for employment in industry, public service or academic research by providing the knowledge, competence and skills expected of a physicist.
- PSO 3 To provide the student with enhanced skills in physics problem solving, experimental techniques, scientific report writing and the collection and analysis of information.