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  • Accreditation
    Old Assessment Templates Examples Assessment Plans Program Review Program Review Website Program Review Summary Tables Assessment Plan Examples and Slideshow Resources Workshops Faculty Learning Community Materials and Handouts Committees Newsletters University Assessment University Learning Outcomes Institutional Assessment Portfolio Academic Program Assessment Tools Assessment Strategies Assessment Beyond Sacramento State Accreditation Other Campuses Context for Assessment Accreditation Institutional accreditation in American higher education is a voluntary process Sacramento State s accrediting body

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  • Other Campuses
    Archive 2003 2012 Old Assessment Templates Examples Assessment Plans Program Review Program Review Website Program Review Summary Tables Assessment Plan Examples and Slideshow Resources Workshops Faculty Learning Community Materials and Handouts Committees Newsletters University Assessment University Learning Outcomes Institutional Assessment Portfolio Academic Program Assessment Tools Assessment Strategies Assessment Beyond Sacramento State Accreditation Other Campuses Context for Assessment Other Campuses Each of the CSU campuses has responded to the call for

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  • Context for Assessment
    s Message OAPA Consultants Contact Information Assessment Process Academic Program Assessment Accreditor Expectations Principles Policies Annual Assessment SharePoint Assessment Reports 2015 2016 Assessment reports feedback 2014 2015 Assessment reports feedback 2013 2014 Assessment reports feedback 2012 2013 Assessment reports feedback Assessment Archive 2003 2012 Old Assessment Templates Examples Assessment Plans Program Review Program Review Website Program Review Summary Tables Assessment Plan Examples and Slideshow Resources Workshops Faculty Learning Community Materials and Handouts Committees Newsletters University Assessment University Learning Outcomes Institutional Assessment Portfolio Academic Program Assessment Tools Assessment Strategies Assessment Beyond Sacramento State Accreditation Other Campuses Context for Assessment A Context for Assessment The importance of higher education in Sacramento and indeed in all of American life is hard to overstate What and how well students are learning in our universities has consequences for families communities industries corporations public service and the list goes on Assessing student learning has a number of dimensions that make it both interesting and challenging Among these dimensions are the politics of assessment assessment theory and assessment practices The purpose for this page is to catalog materials and resources of interest within each of these dimensions Note that some of these materials focus on assessment in

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  • Office Hours
    feedback Assessment Archive 2003 2012 Old Assessment Templates Examples Assessment Plans Program Review Program Review Website Program Review Summary Tables Assessment Plan Examples and Slideshow Resources Workshops Faculty Learning Community Materials and Handouts Committees Newsletters University Assessment University Learning Outcomes Institutional Assessment Portfolio Academic Program Assessment Tools Assessment Strategies Assessment Beyond Sacramento State Accreditation Other Campuses Context for Assessment The Office of Academic Program Assessment We ask that you take

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  • Overview
    them Specific areas of study that physicists pursue include atomic physics nuclear physics condensed matter physics electricity and magnetism optics thermodynamics gravitation relativity and mechanics About half of our graduates have continued their studies in graduate programs our alumni include students who continued their studies at Berkeley Harvard MIT and Princeton Many graduates continue in school to earn their middle school or high school teaching credentials others find job opportunities in industrial or governmental laboratories Program Options We offer several degree options each designed with a slightly different audience in minde The Bachelor of Science degree in physics is the program designed for those intending on pursuing further studies in physics or astrophysics The Bachelor of Science Applied Physics Concentration is designed to prepare students for careers in the high tech fields by balancing physics rigor practical skills and flexible elective opportunities The Bachelor of Arts degree is a flexible liberal arts oriented degree and the Bachelor of Arts Teacher Preparation Concentration is preparing the next generation of high school physics teachers We also offer minors in Physics not suitable for a physics major and Astronomy highly recommended if you are interested in astrophysics We also offer two certificate programs one in Scientific Instrument Development and the other in Scientific Computing and Simulation Details on all of our programs can be found in the University Catalog Student Life Students in the physics programs at Sacramento State have a very important role in the life of the department The campus chapter of the Society of Physics Students is a vibrant group of students engaged in social networking and outreach activities Weekly physics seminars expose our students to modern research in physics at Sac State and elsewhere The Department of Physics and Astronomy offers numerous scholarships and has the opportunity for employment

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  • BS Physics
    Society of Physics Students Chapter Advising Handouts Senior Projects Awards Scholarships Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Bachelor of Science in Physics A Bachelor of Science BS in physics is geared for those that wish to pursue further studies in physics astronomy or related fields It is a rigorous broad and versatile degree The lower and upper division courses required for a BS in physics are Lower Division 37 Units MATH 30 31 32 Calculus I II III MATH 45 Differential Equations CHEM 1A 1B General Chemistry I II PHYS 11A 11B 11C General Physics I II III Upper Division 37 38 Units PHYS 105 or MATH 105A Mathematical Methods PHYS 106 Intro to Modern Physics PHYS 110 Classical Mechanics PHYS 115 Electronics and Instrumentation or PHYS 145 Optics PHYS 124 Thermodynamics PHYS

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  • BS Physics - Applied Physics Concentration
    Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Bachelor of Science in Physics Applied Physics Concentration Our Bachelor of Science BS Applied Physics Concentration program is designed for those that wish to pursue careers in industry Combining a solid core of physics courses that cultivate highly marketable skills and broad elective opportunities this program will open many doors The lower and upper division courses required for a BS in physics applied physics concentration are Lower Division 37 Units MATH 30 31 32 Calculus I II III MATH 45 Differential Equations CHEM 1E General Chemistry for Engineers ENGR 45 Materials CSC 25 Introduction to C Programming PHYS 11A 11B 11C General Physics I II III Upper Division 38 40 Units PHYS 105 or MATH 105A Mathematical Methods PHYS 106 Intro to Modern Physics PHYS 110 Classical

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  • BA Physics
    Handouts Senior Projects Awards Scholarships Summer Programs Grad School Info Career Opportunities Update Information future students Why Sac State Freshman Info Transfer Student Info Applying faculty and staff Physics Faculty Staff Emeritus research Research Publications Presentations tutoring Tutoring Center Private Tutor List astronomy Events Information facilities Anechoic Chamber Electro Optics Lab Electronics Lab Computing Observatory Machine Shop useful links Sac State Sites Physics Astronomy Organizations alumni Alumni Guestbook Alumni Update Form Make a Donation Newsletter Contact Us SacStatePhysics Bachelor of Arts in Physics A Bachelor of Arts BA in physics is designed to be a flexible liberal arts degree for those planning on teaching technician or industrial careers The fact that it requires fewer units to degree allows students to more easily obtain a minor For those who are considering a career in secondary education we are developing a Teaching Preparation Concentration within our BA degree program The lower and upper division courses required for a BA in physics are Lower Division 37 Units MATH 30 31 32 Calculus I II III MATH 45 Differential Equations CHEM 1A 1B General Chemistry I II PHYS 11A 11B 11C General Physics I II III Upper Division 28 29 Units PHYS 105 or

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