PEO & ILO

PEO

  1. Produce graduates who are able to contribute to the local and global environment by referring/considering the principles of leadership, good communication, cooperation, responsibility, ethics, professionalism, and Pancasila values.

  2. Produce graduates who have the knowledge, skills, and strong competitiveness in the national and international fields in the field of informatics in particular and science and technology in general.

  3. Produce graduates who are able to collaborate with other fields in solving specific problems by considering hardware and operating systems.

  4. Produce graduates who have lifelong learning abilities and are able to adapt to technological developments and contribute to the field of informatics.

 

ILO

ILO

Intended Learning Outcome (ILO)

Relation to the IQF level 6

Equivalence to ASIIN SSC 04

ILO1

An ability to communicate effectively in oral and written manners with a range of audiences

IQF3

  • Social Competencies and Self-Competencies

ILO2

An ability to solve complex problems, and make informed judgments, which must consider the sustainability aspect as well as to utilize information technology and the potential of national resources with a global perspective.

IQF1, IQF2, IQF 3

  • Interdisciplinary Competencies

ILO3

An ability to collaborate effectively in a multidisciplinary and multicultural team whose members together provide leadership to achieve the objectives

IQF3, IQF4

  • Interdisciplinary Competencies; Social Competencies and Self-Competencies

ILO4

An ability to apply Pancasila values, ethical and professional responsibilities,

IQF3, IQF4

  • Social Competencies and Self-Competencies

ILO5

An ability to perform life-long learning and apply new knowledge as needed using appropriate learning strategies.

IQF1, IQF2

  • Methodological and Transfer Competencies

ILO6

An ability to understand mathematical concepts, statistics, discrete structures, data structures and algorithms, which solves various problems related to engineering with computational principles effectively and efficiently

IQF1, IQF2

  • Formal, Algorithmic and Mathematical Competencies; Interdisciplinary Competencies

ILO7

An ability to implement and develop systems engineering by considering hardware and operating system capabilities to function optimally

IQF1

  • Analysis, Design, Implementation and Project Management Competencies

ILO8

An ability to apply concepts related to architecture, computer organisation, networks, and databases, which enables them to support system development.

IQF1

  • Technological Competencies

ILO9

An ability to analyse and implement the concepts of data science, intelligent systems, and computer vision in solving problems of food security, energy, maritime and smart cities.

IQF1, IQF3

  • Interdisciplinary Competencies

ILO10

An ability to integrate system development principles in the fields of artificial intelligence, embedded systems, or software, including system analysis and design, implementation and testing, as well as system quality assurance.

IQF2, IQF3

  • Methodological and Transfer Competencies

ILO11

An ability to apply the concept of a digital start-up business based on information technology.

IQF1

  • Interdisciplinary Competencies

ILO12

An ability to apply professional ethics in the field of computer science

IQF4

  • Transferrable skills