Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO)

To achieve the set PLO, ILO is needed to bridge the achievement of CPMK. ILO then will be explained as Attitude, Knowledge, Skill, and Competence in line with Indonesian Qualification Framework (IQF) Level 6. Intended learning outcomes are shown in Table


Area  Code Learning Outcomes
Attitude (A1) A1 Having faith in God Almighty and understand Pancasila dan UUD 45 as the basic of the state and have honesty and responsibility for a professional career.
A2 Be able to collaborate as a team, communicate effectively both oral and written in an academic, professional ethics and professional environment.
A3 To demonstrate high patience attitude and adapt to future challenge as long life learner.
Knowledge and Understanding (K) K1 To apply mathematics, basic science and basic engineering to design and analysis for solving problems in electronics engineering.
K2 To apply electronics engineering principles to solve problems in electronic engineering systems.
K3 Understand, plan, implement and evaluate the learning process of electronic engineering education
Engineering and Education Skill (S) S1 Able to design principles and application electronic engineering systems.
S2 Able to analyze work principles and application of electronic engineering systems
S3 Able to find alternative solutions and problem-solving in the field of electronics engineering.
S4 Able to identify the characteristics of students for learning electronic engineering.
S5 Able to select and apply learning approaches and models, teaching materials, and assessments for learning electronic engineering.
S6 Able to improve the quality of learning based on process assessment and assessment of learning outcomes in electronic engineering.
Competence (C) C1 To apply new technology in the field of engineering by considering technical standards, aspects of performance, reliability, applicability and sustainability.
C2 Able to manage and develop process, operation systems, and equipment by considering the technical and non-technical effects of industrial activities in electronics engineering.
C3 Able to plan, implement and evaluate electronic engineering education curriculum.

The relationship between Intended Learning Outcomes from EEEP with Subject-Specific Criteria ASIIN can be seen on Figure Below.