Program Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes

BoURP graduates are expected to have learning outcomes within the aspects of knowledge, skills, and attitudes (general and professional). Starting in the academic year 2023, an improvement to the link between PLO and knowledge aspects, which is to achieve the targets of PLO as specified in the table below, each course is linked to the Program Learning Outcome (PLO), in such a way that each course has a list of target PLO. Thus, one course is not necessarily applied to achieve all of the PLO, but rather each course has a contribution to the specific PLO. The PLO of each course then elaborated into Course Learning Outcome (CLO), which provides a more detailed explanation about how the PLO 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 Program Learning Outcomes are;

PLOProgram Learning Outcome (PLO)
PLO 1Able to demonstrate the attitudes and character that reflect: devotion to the One Almighty God, ethics and integrity, noble manners, sensitivity and concern towards social and environmental issues, appreciation for cultural diversity and pluralism, upholding the rule of law, prioritizing the interests of the nation and the broader society
PLO 2Able to study and utilize the knowledge and technology in order to apply it to the fields of urban and regional planning, and able to choose the appropiate decisions from the result of individual or group projects in the form of final project reports or other learning activities whose outcomes equivalent to a final assignment, through logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking
PLO 3Able to manage self-learning and continuous self-development as a lifelong learner, to compete on both national and international levels, in order to make a real contribution through a framework to solving the problem by implementing information and communication technology and considering the sustainability principles as well as understanding technology-based entrepreneurship
PLO 4Able to understand theoretical concepts of urban and regional planning across various aspects, including urban studies, regional studies, coastal studies, spatial science, planning science, data science, built environment design, infrastructure and transportation systems, environmental management, social systems, economics, management studies, and research/projects
PLO 5Able to understand the spsatial and non-spatial planning methods in decision-making within the field of urban and regional planning
PLO 6Able to comprehend qualitative, quantitative, and spatial modeling (geographic information system) techniques and processes in urban and regional planning, as well as presentation skills
PLO 7Able to apply planning formulation techniques and developt an alternative spatial models through qualitative and quantitative approaches in the form of scenarios for spatial pattern and structure of urban, regional, and coastal areas
PLO 8Able to analyze the potential and issue of both spatial and non-spatial contexts in urban, regional, and coastal areas through an analysis of interrelations between spatial and non-spatial aspects
PLO 9Able to formulate planning concepts and direction plans through the study of strategic issues within the context of urban, regional, and coastal ares with an understanding of planning issues through observations and utilization of physical/spatial, social, economic, and environmental data
PLO 10Able to formulate a spatial plans and evaluations that are creative, innovative, sustainable, and responsive to public interests whose results are reviewed on the principles and theories of planning and also able to communicate through visual, verbal, and in writing in the way that can be accounted academically
PLO 11Able to demonstrate the necessary professional skills to be effective and successful in the workforce, including the ability to work well in multidisciplinary teams, behave excellence, have a strong leadership, synergy, and other potentials to achieve optimal outcomes, as well as the ability to communicate in the effective ways and upholds ethics, norms, and values in planning practice and professionalism

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

SemesterCourse NameProgram Learning Outcome (PLO)
1st SemesterPlanning Statistics
Natural Resources and Environmental System
Introduction to Urban and Regional Planning
Social System and Demography
Introduction to Economics
Planning Communication and Computation
2nd SemesterUrban Morphology
Planning Process
Planning Information System
Housing And Settlement
Urban Economics
Planning Law and Administration
3rd SemesterUrban Planning
Transportation System
Urban and Regional Infrastructure
Methods of Planning Analysis
Land Use Planning
Community Development
Site Planning
4th SemesterRegional Economics
Regional Planning
Coastal Planning
Urban Planning Practice
Location and Spatial Analysis
Transportation Planning Practice
Urban Design
5th SemesterRegional Planning Practice
Sustainable Development
Research Methodology
Planning Evaluation Techniques
Coastal Planning Practice
Planning Theories
Development Financing
6th SemesterUrban Design Practice
Development Control
Disaster and Climate Risk Resilience
Applied Technology and Digital Transformation
7th SemesterPractical Work
8th SemesterFinal Project
Elective CourseFiscal Impact Assessment
Conflict Management
Project Management
Urban Regeneration
Urban Design Guidelines
Urban Sociology
Real Estate Planning and Development
Spatial Planning Issues
Local Economic Development
Integrated Coastal Zone Management
Environmental Management and Impact Assessment
Tourism Planning
Rural Planning
Regional Development Management
Urban Transport Management
Land Use Modelling
Advanced Planning Information System