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Majors:

Minors:

B.S. in Applied Physics (Curriculum Map) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)
B.A. in Physics (Curriculum Map) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)
B.A. in Physics, Adolescence Education: Physics & General Science (Curriculum Map) (GLOBE Outcomes Map)

B.S. in Biophysics () ()
Physics

Learning Outcomes in Physics and Astronomy

  • Outcome 1: Geneseo physics graduates will be able to solve physics problems.

          Assessed yearly.

          This outcome aligns with the campus value: "Learning: embracing high expectations for intellectual inquiry, scholarly achievement, and personal growth".

          This outcome aligns with the campus mission for a "rigorous curriculum".

  • Outcome 2: Physics graduates will be able to communicate scientific concepts and results.

          Assessed yearly.

          This outcome aligns with the campus values: "Learning: embracing high expectations for intellectual inquiry, scholarly achievement, and personal growth", and

               "Creativity: affirming a spirit of innovation that inspires intellectual curiosity and problem-solving".

          This outcome aligns with the campus missions for a "rigorous curriculum", and for an "inclusive scholarly environment".

  • Outcome 3: Geneseo physics students will be able to use scientific equipment and instrumentation.

          Assessed yearly.

          This outcome aligns with the campus value: "Learning: embracing high expectations for intellectual inquiry, scholarly achievement, and personal growth".

          This outcome aligns with the campus missions for a "rigorous curriculum", and for preparing students "for an enriched life and success in the world".

  • Outcome 4: Geneseo physics graduates will be prepared for successful careers.

          Assessed yearly.

          This outcome aligns with the campus value: "Learning: embracing high expectations for intellectual inquiry, scholarly achievement, and personal growth".

          This outcome aligns with the campus mission for preparing students "for an enriched life and success in the world".

  • Outcome 5: The Department of Physics and Astronomy will maintain a supportive community for all students, particularly women students and other under-represented students in physics.

          Assessed yearly. This outcome aligns with the campus value: "Inclusivity: fostering a diverse campus community marked by mutual respect for the unique talents and contributions of each individual".

          This outcome aligns with the campus mission for creating a "dynamic and inclusive scholarly environment".

         

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