Outcome m

The applications of physics or chemistry to electrical/electronic(s) circuits in a rigorous mathematical environment at or above the level of algebra and trigonometry.

1   Unsatisfactory

2   Developing

3   Satisfactory

4   Exemplary

  Score

Knowledge of the underlying fundamental physical science concepts

Does not understand even the fundamental physical science concepts related to the course

Shows some understanding of the underlying fundamental physical science concepts, but does not fully understand them

Demonstrates adequate knowledge of the underlying physical science concepts that define the study discipline

Understands the conceptual theory and the phenomenological underpinnings of all of the physical science concepts discussed in the course

 

Understanding of the mathematical properties involved in analyzing the behavior of physical systems

Does not have any understanding of algebra and trigonometry principles

Has some rudimentary knowledge and capabilities in the use of algebra and trigonometric principles

Has an adequate amount of understanding and experience with both algebra and trigonometric analysis

Has a strong knowledge of algebra and trigonometry, while also having a strong background and capability in calculus and differential equations

 

Ability to apply rigorous mathematical analysis to conceptual topics in the physical sciences

Cannot determine which mathematical applications would be useful to analyzing a concept in the physical sciences

Has the ability to understand their patients in class, but not the ability to generate similar derivations independently

Has sufficient knowledge and capability of mathematical analysis to derive mathematical relationships between diverse physical science concepts

Has the knowledge to independently derive physical relationships between independent variables, using algebra, trigonometry, differential equations and calculus

 

Ability to perceive new applications of mathematical techniques to solving problems in the physical sciences

Does not have the mathematical ability to perceive anyways in which mathematical analysis can be used to further understand concepts in the physical sciences

Has the ability to understand how mathematics are used to explain physical phenomenon, but does not have the ability to apply these mathematical tools to the solution of problems in the physical sciences

Has the ability and knowledge to apply mathematical tools involved in algebra, trigonometry, differential equations and calculus to the solution of problems found in the physical sciences

Sees new applications for which mathematical tools can be applied to solve problems inherent in the physical sciences

 

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