Programs in the Department of Chemistry, Physics, & Engineering

340 - Chemistry - BS

AY 2014-2015 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. The student will demonstrate an understanding of major concepts and theoretical principles in chemistry with the ability to solve problems in an efficient and accurate manner.
  2. The student will integrate scientific literature for presentation.
  3. The student will conduct laboratory, computational and/or theoretical experiments and analyze and interpret the results.
  4. The student will clearly communicate scientific information through oral and written means.
  5. The student will demonstrate professional ethics.
  6. The student will demonstrate the ability to measure and characterize properties of matter using a variety of chemical instrumentation, laboratory techniques, statistical and computational methods.

385 - Physics - BS

AY 2014-2015 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. The student will demonstrate an understanding of major concepts, theoretical principles and experimental findings in the field of physics with the ability to solve problems in an efficient and accurate manner.
  2. The student will show the ability to learn independently by searching and correctly explaining concepts from the Physics literature and other scientific resources.
  3. The student will design and conduct laboratory, computational or theoretical experiments to measure and characterize properties of natural phenomena and analyze and interpret the results.
  4. The student will clearly communicate scientific information through oral and written means.
  5. The student will demonstrate professional integrity, effective cooperation with others, safety, and environmental stewardship in various learning and work environments.

545 Engineering AAS

AY 2014-2015 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. The student will demonstrate the ability to understand, set up, and solve engineering problems correctly.
  2. The student will demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively through written and oral avenues.
  3. The student will recognize and describe safety issues in engineering.