Program Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes

DURP graduates are expected to have learning outcomes within the aspects of knowledge, skills, and attitudes (general and professional). Starting in the academic year 2018, an improvement to the link between ELO and knowledge aspects, which is to achieve the targets of ELO as specified in the table below, each course is linked to the Expected Learning Outcome (ELO), in such a way that each course has a list of target ELO. Thus, one course is not necessarily applied to achieve all of the ELO, but rather each course has a contribution to the specific ELO. The ELO of each course then elaborated into Course Learning Outcome (CLO), which provides a more detailed explanation about how the ELO should be achieved by the course. Each of the courses then has a unique Module/Lecture Learning Outcome (LLO), which provide a detailed list of skills that should be acquired by students. CLO for a course must provide general information about the skills that will be achieved by students after completed the course. On the other hand, LLO provides detailed information about the specific set of skills that must be acquired by students after completing the course.

Detailed Expected Learning Outcomes are;

1. Able to understand and apply the theoretical concept of urban and regional planning in the aspects of urban studies, regional studies, spatial science, data science & computer application, socio-political, environmental management, built environment design, infrastructure and transportation system, coastal studies, management, economics
2. Able to apply the techniques and processes of urban and regional planning in qualitative, quantitative, spatial modeling (geographic information systems) and presentation techniques
3. Able to apply the methods of spatial planning/aspatial in decision making
4. Able to compile the planning concept and direction of the plan through the study of strategic issues in the context of urban, regional, and coastal planning problems with understanding through observation and utilization of the data of physical/spatial, social, economic and environmental
5. Able to utilize ICT in the management of data to produce information that is easily understood by the public and the decision makers
6. Able to analyze the spatial characteristics of urban, regional and coastal area through the lingkage between of spatial and aspatial aspects to provide information as the basis for planning and modelling
7. Able to compile an alternative spatial model through a qualitative and quantitative approach in the form of scenarios setting the pattern of space and structure of urban, regional, and coastal area as well as propose the appropriate solutions
8. Able to produce creative, innovative, sustainable planning that are accommodating public interest in which the resulted plans are reviewed on the rules and theories of planning and communicating them visually, verbally and in writing so that can be accounted academically
9. Able to demonstrate the professional skills necessary to be effective and succeed in the modern workforce including work well in multi-disciplinary teams, the ability to create job opportunities the ability to formulate and solve problems, and the ability to communicate effectively, and to uphold standards of planning ethics and professionalism
10. Able to demonstrate the positive attitudes necessary to be beneficial to the society including devoted to the One Almighty God, accountability, social and environmental responsibility, and uphold the value of humanity based on moral and ethics
11. To internalize cultural diversities, local wisdom,  values/norms in urban and regional planning process

 

The Expected Learning Outcomes for Each of the Courses that held by DURP are:
(the list below doesn’t includes compulsory basic courses held by other departments)

 

Course Name

EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOME

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

1st Semester

Introduction to Urban and Regional Planning
Planning Statistics
Nature and Environmental Resources

2nd Semester

Planning Process
Planning Computation  
Social System and Demographics

3rd Semester

Urban Design Theory and Urban Morphology
Transportation System
Planning Process Practice
Planning Information System  
Planning Analysis Methods
Land Use Planning and Development
4th Semester Site Planning
Urban and Regional Infrastructure
Urban Planning
Location and Spatial Analysis
Urban Economics
Transportation Planning Practice
5th  Semester Urban Design Practice
Coastal Planning
Urban Planning Practice
Regional Planning
Regional Economics
Research Method
6th Semester Housing and Settlement
Coastal Planning Practice
Regional Planning Practice
Community Development
Urban Management
7th Semester Seminar
Internship
8th Semester Planning Law and Administration
Final Assignment
Planning Evaluation Techniques
Development Financing
ELECTIVES Plannning Theory
Urban Transportation Management
Local Economic Development
Development Impact Analysis
Urban Sociology
Local Development Management
Sustainable Development
Environmental Management
Rural Planning      
Tourism Planning v
Building and Environment Planning
Project Management
Conflict Management
Disaster Risk Management
Development and Planning Problems
Integrated Coastal Management
Advanced Planning Information Systems
THE NUMBER OF COURSES 35 11 29 18 12 13 6 25 10 5 5