2. Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO's)
2.1 Knowledge and Understanding
By the end of the program, the graduate will be able to:
a.1 Investigate the physical facts of (matter, fluids, optics ,energy, nuclear and other
physical branches), physical concepts of (thermodynamics, electromagnetism and
most of physical phenomena) , physical principles and techniques. .
a.2 Select and use some of special functions, equations and computer programs to solve
the related physical problems according to classical and quantum physics
a.3 Describe the relation between structure, composition and Physical properties
a.4 Identify the theoretical and practical aspects of atomic, biophysics, solid state and
other related branches in addition to physical phenomena, systems and applications.
a.5 Memorize the processes and mechanisms supporting the structure, and Physical
properties of matter and physical systems.
a.6 Define microscopic and macroscopic studies for different physical area and physical
a.7 Understand the advanced theories, models, methods and techniques to interpret and
analyze data, related to the physical discipline.
a.8 Understand the essential facts, major concepts, principles, and theories in most basic
sciences branches and other sciences to understand the recent advances in Physics