UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Learning Outcome

Attitude

Code Learning Outcome Description
SK1 Islamic behavior Able to demonstrate faith to the One Supreme God and practise its teaching
SK2 Inclusive mindset Able to show inclusive worldview to engage global society, while maintaining one’s own Islamic and national identity
SK3 Ethical behavior Able to conduct professional, ethical, and social responsibilities

Knowledge

Code Learning Outcome Description
PE1 Basic knowledge Competent in information technology basic concepts and theories
PE2 Independent thought Competent in independently synthesizing concepts and theories to understand problems and to formulate information technology Solutions
PE3 Comprehensive thinking Competent in comprehensive thinking by integrating it with Islamic values

General competence

Code Learning Outcome Description
KU1 Teamwork skills Able to function effectively in a team to accomplish a common goal
KU2 Innovative skills Able to see innovative ways of doing things, to seize opportunities, and to take initiative
KU3 Communication skills Able to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
KU4 Self-management skills Able to recognize self-efficacy and the need for continuing professional development
KU5 Exemplification Able to lead and show exemplary character in work environment and society
KU6 Social sensitivity skills Able to articulate contributory roles to improve the society

Specific Competence

Code Learning Outcome Description
KK1 Technology skills Able to use current techniques, skills, and tools effectively for analyzing, designing, and developing information technology solution
KK2 Analytical skills Able to analyze problems and to define the information technology requirements to develop suitable solutions
KK3 Planning and organizing skills Able to identify what is required in a given situation and to manage people and resources effectively to achieve results
KK4 Designing skills Able to design information technology solution to meet desired needs
KK5 Integration skills Able to integrate a variety of resources to develop an information technology solution
KK6 Evaluation skills Able to analyze the local and global impact of information technology on individuals, organizations, and society
KK7 Business skills Able to understand the business or social context in which information technology solution is implemented

Mapping of Learning Outcomes and Graduates Profile

Code Learning outcomes System Analyst IT Solution Designer IT Solution Developer Values-based Leader Entrepreneur Life-long learner
SK1 Islamic behavior
SK2 Inclusive mindset
SK3 Ethical behavior
PE1 Basic knowledge
PE2 Independent thought
PE3 Comprehensive thinking
KU1 Teamwork skills
KU2 Innovative skills
KU3 Communication skills
KU4 Self-management skills
KU5 Exemplification
KU6 Social sensitivity skills
KK1 Technology skills
KK2 Analytical skills
KK3 Planning & organizing skills
KK4 Designing skills
KK5 Integration skills
KK6 Evaluation skills
KK7 Business skills

Mapping of Learning Outcomes and Four Education Pillars

Education Pillars Learning Outcomes Code
Learning  to know PE1, PE2, PE3
Learning to do KK1, KK2, KK3, KK4, KK5, KK6, KK7, KU2
Learning to live together KU1, KU3, KU6
Learning to be SK1, SK2, SK3, KU4, KU5

Mapping of Learning Outcomes and ABET Standard

No. ABET Learning Outcomes Learning Outcome Codes

 in this Curricula

1 An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the program’s student outcomes and to the discipline PE1
2 An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution KK2, KU2
3 An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs KK4, KK6,
4 An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal KU1
5 An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities SK3
6 An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences KU3
7 An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society KK6
8 Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development KU4
9 An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice KK1

Mapping of Learning Outcomes in This Curricula and Learning Outcomes Formulated by ACM & IEEE

No. Learning outcomes formulated by ACM & IEEE Learning Outcome Codes in this Curriculum
1 Technical understanding of computer science KK1, KK2, KK3, KK4, KK5, KK6, KK7, PE1, PE2, PE3
2 Familiarity with common themes and principles PE1
3 Appreciation of the interplay between theory and practice KU2, KK2
4 System-level perspective KK2, KK7
5 Problem solving skills KK4, KK5, KK6
6 Project experience KK4, KK5
7 Commitment to life-long learning SK2, PE1, PE2, KU4, KU5
8 Commitment to professional responsibility SK3, KU5
9 Communication and organizational skills KU3, KK3
10 Awareness of the broad applicability of computing KK2, KK6, KK7

Mapping of Subjects and Learning Outcomes

No. Subjects SK1 SK2 SK3 PE1 PE2 PE3 KU1 KU2 KU3 KU4 KU5 KU6 KK1 KK2 KK3 KK4 KK5 KK6 KK7
1 Islamic Theology
2 Worshiping and Ethics
3 Islamic Thoughts and Civilization
4 Islamic Leadership Study
5 Professional Ethics
6 Civics
7 Pancasila Education
8 Bahasa Indonesia for Scientific Communication
9 English for Informatics
10 Quranic Arabic
11 Information Technology Entrepreneurship
12 Community Services
13 Fundamentals of Mathematics
14 Advanced Mathematics
15 Fundamentals of Informatics
16 Design Thinking
17 Programming and Data Structure
18 Fundamentals of Application Development
19 Software Engineerning
20 Information Systems Development
21 Computer Systems and Network
22 Web-based Application Development
23 Mobile Application Development
24 Intelligent and Decision Support Systems
25 Graphics and Multimedia
26 Game Development
27 Medical Informatics application development

Note: These subjects are only for first year until third year (6th semester)