Expected Learning Outcomes

Indonesia government has published Presidential Regulation No. 8/2012 about Indonesian National Qualification Framework (INQF) as a national guidance for the formulation of the graduates Expected Learning Outcomes (ELO). This gives an understanding that each student should possess the same standard of competence . An undergraduate program should set its learning outcomes so that  graduates must achieve at level 6 of INQF. According to this Regulation, ELO is ability that can be obtained from accumulated working experiences, knowledge, managerial abilities and attitudes.

The DCE ELO is formulated based on Graduates’ Profile which derived from vision and mission of ITS, Faculty and Department, INQF, Stakeholder and Alumni Input, and Benchmarking with Best Practice of National and International Universities. According to long discussion with DCE academic members, the DCE graduates’ profile defines as: “Produces engineering graduates who are able to work cooperatively in group to design environmentally sustainable Civil Engineering infrastructures, and to have enterpreneur skills, as well as to have enough knowledge to improve themselves based on the philosophy of lifelong learning.”

In addition to  core competencies that become a primary identifier of DCE graduates, it was also defined in ELO about supporting competence and specific competencies  in accordance with core competencies. Elements of competence in every subject may include grounding aspects of personality, mastery of knowledge and skills, ability to work, attitudes and behaviors in the work, and understanding the rules of life and society. The profile is derived from 4 main ELO with 12 sub-ELOs and expected to be possessed by graduates of DCE-ITS. Based on the ELO, DoS prepared the structure and content of the curriculum in order that the required competencies should be achieved.

Mechanism of Curriculum development at DCE-ITS

Mechanism of Curriculum development at DCE-ITS

The course subjects in curriculum structure are designed to satisfy the ELO. All the ELO that rendered into the curriculum of DCE Undergraduate Program are distributed in 8 semesters with total 144 credits. In defining ELO and indicators of ELO achievement.

Table of Expected Learning Outcomes of DCE-ITSTabel 1.1 Tabel 1.2 Tabel 1.3

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