1. Describe the major concepts in physics.
  2. Demonstrate an appropriate level of competency in both computer and research laboratory skills.
  3. Formulate hypotheses and devise and perform experiments to test a hypothesis as individuals and in a team.
  4. Effectively apply current technology and scientific methodologies for problem solving in various scientific, professional and community settings.
  5. Effectively use and critically evaluate current technical/scientific research literature, online information, as well as information related to scientific issues in the mass media.
  6. Integrate and relate scientific knowledge learned from classroom with real life situations.
  7. Communicate in written and oral forms with interested citizens and professionals on key concepts in physics and general scientific issues.
  8. Work cooperatively as part of a research team.
  9. Maintain life-long learning in the sciences and incorporate new information into the existing body of knowledge.
  10. Outline the applications of physics in industry and the role of physicists as entrepreneurs.