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Learning Outcomes

The purpose of education is to produce graduates who have certain competencies. Graduate competence is a reflection of the minimum learning outcomes of department. Graduate Learning Outcomes of Undergraduate Program refers to the 6th level of Indonesia National Qualification Framework (KKNI). Furthermore, these learning outcomes are used as a basis for the preparation of building undergraduate curriculum. More information about Indonesia National Qualification Framework (KKNI) can be seenĀ here.

There are four main parameters to formulate the learning outcomes of Undergraduate program, namely:

  1. Attitude
  2. General Skills
  3. Specific Skills
  4. Mastery of Knowledge

Learning Outcomes

  1. Believe in Almighty God and able to show religious attitude;
  2. Uphold the value of humanity in carrying out duties based on religion, morals, and ethics;
  3. Contribute improving the quality of life of the society, nation, state, and development of civilization based on Pancasila;
  4. Serve as a proud citizen and love of the homeland, has nationalism and a sense of responsibility to the state and nation;
  5. Respect for cultural diversity, views, religion, and beliefs, as well as the original opinions or findings of others;
  6. Work together and have social sensitivity and concern for the community and environment;
  7. Obey the law and discipline in social life and state;
  8. Internalize academic values, norms, and ethics;
  9. Demonstrate responsible attitudes for the work in the field of expertise independently;
  10. Internalize the spirit of independence, striving, and entrepreneurship.
  11. Try to the fullest to achieve perfect results; and
  12. Work-together to be able to take full advantage of potential.
  1. Able to apply logical, critical, systematical, and innovative thinking in the context of development or application of science and technology with respect to humanities value according to his/ her expertise;
  2. Able to demonstrate independent, qualified, and measurable performance;
  3. Able to examine the implications of the development or implementation of science and technology with respect to humanities value according to his/ her expertise, scientific method and ethics in order to produce solutions, ideas, designs or art criticisms;
  4. Able to prepare a scientific description of the results of the above study in the form of a thesis or final project report, and upload it onto the university website;
  5. Able to make appropriate decisions in the context of problem solving, based on the results of information and data analysis;
  6. Able to maintain and develop networks with tutors, colleagues both inside and outside the institutions;
  7. Able to responsible for the achievement of working group and to supervise and evaluate the job completion assigned to his / her responsibility;
  8. Able to conduct self-evaluation process to working group subordinates under his/ her responsibility, and able to manage learning independently;
  9. Able to document, store, secure, and retrieve data to ensure validity and prevent plagiarism.
  10. Able to develop and compete at national and international level;
  11. Able to implement the principle of sustainability in developing knowledge;
  12. Able to implement information and communication technology in the context of the implementation of its work; and
  13. Able to apply entrepreneurship and understand technology-based entrepreneurship.
  1. Applying math, science, and basic principles of ship and port design engineering to solve complex problems in marine transportation engineering;
  2. Solving marine transportation engineering problems based on the principal of conceptual design of ship and conceptual design of port by taking into account security, safety, environment sustainability and economic factors, including:
    • Identifying, formulating and analyzing problems in marine transportation (including: shipping and port) through the process of investigation, analysis, interpretation of data and related information;
    • Proposing the best solutions for engineering problems in marine transportation engineering;
    • Conducting conceptual design of ship and conceptual design of port by using an analytical approach and take into account technical, operational, financial, economical and marine environment standards; and
    • Selecting resources and utilize design tools and engineering analysis based on appropriate information and communication technologies to carry out engineering activities in marine transportation engineering.
  3. Accomplishing the planning of marine transport networks and multimodal transport networks with the optimization theory approach; and
  4. Applying the basic theory of economics and management principles to solve problems in marine transportation engineering and multimodal transportation.
  1. Theoretical concepts of natural science and engineering mathematics in general;
  2. Theoretical concepts of economics and management in general;
  3. Theoretical concepts of basic ship theory and ship design in general, required in marine transportation engineering;
  4. Theoretical concept of port planning, required in marine transportation engineering;
  5. Theoretical concepts of optimization and network planning;
  6. The theoretical concepts of fleet planning;
  7. General concepts, principles, and communication techniques for specific purposes; and
  8. Insight into the development of cutting-edge and the-state-of-the-art of technology in marine transportation engineering.