Student Outcomes

By considering the vision and the mission of the university, the faculty, the department, the input from the stakeholders, the advisory board, and accreditation agencies both local and international (in this case the Washington Accord), PSTIF establishes 11 student outcomes (SO) aligned with the graduate's attributes as set by the Washington Accord as follows:

Cognitive outcomes

a. Engineering knowledge Utilization. Can apply the science, mathematics, and principles of Information Technology and other relevant fields to solve complex engineering problems.

b. Problem analysis. Can analyze and use appropriate methods, resources, and equipment to solve complex engineering problems and their related activities..

c. Design/Development of solutions. Can design software component, information system, or engineering process in the context of solving complex problems by meeting specific requirements on demand and other appropriate considerations.

d. Data and Experiments. Can conduct data gathering through analysis and synthesis to solve complex problems by using experimental data and results.

Skill Outcomes

e. Modern equipment utilization. Can select, create, and apply techniques, resources, modern engineering devices usage, and Information Technology implementation for solving engineering problems.

f. The engineer and society. Can think logically to evaluate health, social, safety, legal, and cultural issues as consideration to solve complex engineering problems.

g. Knowledge and contemporary issues. Can understand the contemporary issues on Information Technology and its related fields. Having knowledge to identify and to propose solution based on modern engineering practices.

h. Individual and teamwork. Can play effectively as individuals and teams to achieve common goals in a multidisciplinary environment.

Affective Outcomes 

i. Ethics and Responsibility. Having ability to apply ethical values and commit to the norms, responsibilities and ethics of engineering professional. In the context of Indonesia, the values and norms that must be considered and accepted in engineering other than universal common humanitarian norms should include Pancasila, local culture, and national interest.

j. Environment and Sustainability. Having ability to perform under guidance of a model-based on the environment condition and toapply the engineering practices for sustainability environment

k. Sustainable learning. Having ability to realize the importance of lifelong learning and able to carry it out in the professional development life.


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