Knowledge and understanding: the student must acquire the knowledge of foundations of Classical Mechanics viewed as a branch of Mathematical Physics, with a deep understanding of the basic applications of mathematical methods to the study of physical problems. Moreover, the student must become able to read and understand advanced text of Rational Mechanics and Mathematical Physics.
Applying knowledge and understanding: the student must become able to produce formal proofs of results of Classical Mechanics and Mathematical Physics, and to expose, analyze and solve simple problems of Classical Mechanics with a clear mathematical formulation.
Making judgements: the student must become able to construct, develop and apply theoretical reasoning in the context of Classical Mechanics and Mathematical Physics, with a deep ability to distinguish correct and wrong assumptions and methods.
Communication skills: the student must acquire the correct terminology and language of Classical Mechanics and Mathematical Physics and the ability to expose their results and techniques to an audience, in both cases of qualified and unqualified audience.
Learning skills: the student must become able to autonomously continue the study of Classical Mechanics, Mathematical Physics and in general to complete his preparation in Mathematics or in other scientific field with an open minded approach, and must become able to gain knowledge from specialized text and journals.