According to this bachelor program the teaching of Physics takes into account the scientific nature of this human activity. This means that the main goal is to train each student in the application of the methodology with the purpose to incorporate to their abilities the competences and characteristics of a scientist that practices this discipline. Based on this, the goals in the training of the graduate must include:
- The systematic study of natural phenomenons to try to find the basic laws that rule them.
- The use of mathematics as a language and the combination of theoretical and practical studies to obtain laws.
- The clear methodological conception that a physics law is certain when its experimental verification provides positives results.
- To cultivate the systematic expression of disciplinal knowledge, both oral and written.
The graduate from Physics will develop the following specific competencies:
1. Distinguishes clearly the essential physic laws or physic phenomenons trying to find its basic laws of nature with the intention of producing a global idea and structurally general of the different problems that may arise in the physical environment.
2. Looks for specialized and technical bibliography heritage for academic and research works and technical project development.
3. Uses advanced mathematical and numerical methods to solve and/or model the fundamental laws of physics.
4. Makes the essential approximations of a physics problem required for the purpose of simplifying the problem to establish a work model of the same.
5. Identifies both classical and modern physic theories, finding in its mathematic model its experimental support and the physical phenomenon which can be described through them so they can be applied in different areas of physics and engineering.
6. Makes experiments, which allows him/her to observe, analyze, interpret, and draw conclusions to acquire the scientific method.
7. Develops programming algorithms of high-level languages that solve physic problems with non-analytic solution.
8. Applies physic theories, both classical and modern, to contribute to solve problems in different areas of physics, engineering, biology, and the health sector.
9. Designs experimental and/or theoretical processes independently to solve the common problems of academic or industrial research to improve the existing results.
The graduate from the Bachelor of Physics will be able to practice his/her professional knowledge in different public and private areas such as:
- Services and Industry
- Health sector