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Program Outcomes Matrix

Program Outcomes Level of Contribution
0 1 2 3
1 Can understand, model and analyze the fundamental physical processes of nature. X
2 Can suggest mathematical models to problems they face and solve them by various (approximate/analytical/numerical) approaches. X
3 Can use basic measurement devices; can choose and apply the best measurement technique. X
4 Can adequately record their observations, e.g., in a lab book. X
5 Can design and carry out experiments. X
6 Can access scientific information sources. X
7 Can critically analyze and contribute to scientific information. X
8 Can present scientific information clearly. X
9 Can analyze systems that contain probabilistic parts; can do error analysis. X
10 Has the basic programming skills; can solve a simple physical problem or can simulate one with an appropriate language they choose. X
11 Can actively and skillfully conceptualize, apply, analyze, synthesize and evaluate information. X
12 Can produce new ideas and products by using their background in physics. X
13 Can systematically design, evaluate, and implement a strategy to respond to an existing problem. X
14 Is effective in oral and written communication skills by using both Turkish and English languages. X
15 Can do leadership and take initiative. X
16 Tries to find physics based solutions to the problems of the world that we live in. X
17 Obeys the ethical rules in the workplace and the society and ascertains that they are obeyed by others. X
18 Can use the digital communication and computation tools in the most efficient and effective way. X
19 Can effectively use the knowledge and skills they gained in physics, in observing, analyzing, modeling and solving other societal problems. X
0: No Contribution 1: Little Contribution 2: Partial Contribution 3: Full Contribution