Intended Learning Outcomes (TIF)

Graduate are expected to apply ethical principles based on Pancasila values in decision making to support community and wider society

Graduates can think scientifically, work collaboratively, hold professional values, and are able to adapt in various working environments

Graduates can develop professional careers in computer science based on quality aspects, data-driven decision making, be responsible, and make continuous improvements

Graduates can apply computational and design thinking, conduct scientific analysis and writing and apply the values of Technopreneurship in creating product innovations in the Systems or Information Technology domain

Mastering the structure and how the computer systems work both in general and in detail at various levels of abstraction and how the interaction between the computer system and its environment

Mastering mathematical concepts and/or theoretical computational statistics

Mastering the theoretical concept and principles of computer science, especially in the aspect of algorithms, programming, intelligent systems, information management, parallel and distributed computing, information security, human-computer interaction, software engineering, and fundamentals of computer systems and networks

Mastering the factual knowledge of current issues, social issues, and professional ethics in the field of computer science

Mastering the general concept, principles, and communication skills both in oral and written relating to technical and non-technical aspects

Graduates are able to analyze, design, build and evaluate an intelligent system that has the ability to learn from the environment

Graduates are able to plan, develop, manage, and analyze the computer network-based system and the services running on top of them by considering the network security aspects

Graduates are able to apply the principles of engineering to develop good quality software on top of various platforms

Graduates are able to perform abstraction, modeling, representation, and data acquisition in order to perform the data analysis

Graduates are able to engineer and evaluate the implementation of various types of Human-Computer interaction