Learning Outcome of Study Program Materials and Metallurgical Engineering INDSYS-ITS

Learning Outcome

Learning Outcomes (LO) of the study program are a series of knowledge, skills acquired and / or competencies possessed by all graduates in accordance with the educational objectives of the study program.

Learning Outcomes of the Undergraduate Material and Metallurgical Engineering Study Program are formulated by taking into account the established Autonomous Profile of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering Department. To ensure that the LO can support the achievement of PPM, all LO is distributed across all study program courses by the curriculum team. Following is the LO for the Undergraduate Program in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering:

  1. LO A is the ability to solve materials engineering and metallurgical problems using science, technology, and mathematics.
  2. LO B is the ability to design components, systems, and processes for materials and metallurgical engineering based on engineering, economy, energy, environment, and sustainability.
  3. LO C is the ability to formulate decisions based on data analysis, information, experiments, and or practical experience.
  4. LO D is the ability to identify, analyze and formulate alternative solutions for materials engineering and metallurgy.
  5. LO E is the ability to apply modern tools for engineering design and analysis
  6. LO F is the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and writing.
  7. LO G is the ability to plan, complete and evaluate tasks within existing constraints as needed.
  8. LO H is the ability to work in cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural teams nationally and internationally.
  9. LO I is the ability to be responsible to society and comply with professional ethics in solving problems in materials engineering and metallurgy.
  10. LO J is the ability to learn throughout life and understand complex problems.