Learning Outcome

The learning outcomes of study program comprises of general description attributed to ITB, referring to the KKNI and those of specific to the study program. The learning outcomes or general description according to KKNI are stated as follow:

  • Believing in God as a way of life
  • Posses a good moral, ethic and personality
  • Consider an attitude of a good citizen and feel proud as Indonesian people whilst supporting worlwide peace
  • Consider an attitude of cooperation, sensitivity and care towards other people
  • Have respect and appreciation concerning the diversity of Indonesian culture, personal beliefs, religion, rights, views, opinions and original inventions.

Learning outcomes are formulated based on the needs of Microbiology graduates. During the formulation process, benchmarking is performed with international standards such as ASM, and curriculums from microbiology courses of several overseas universities. In addition, throughout the formulation of the learning outcomes, inputs from stakeholders are also taken into consideration. These inputs are provided through questioners filled by alumni that are competent in the field of microbiology, and stakeholders that employ Microbiology graduates. Learning outcomes are formulated corresponding to the observation of the curriculum which is done every five years, as stated in the curriculum document. The socialization of new curriculum and learning outcomes are structurally performed to students, lecturers and other stakeholders. In addition, information regarding the curriculum and learning outcomes are also displayed on the official ITB and SITH website. Based on the new curriculum, the curriculum of 2013-2018, the specific learning outcomes of the study program can be grouped into four (4) categories. These learning outcomes are in accordance with requirement of job market and also refer to international microbiology association (American Society for Microbiology – ASM).

chart1

In the category of conceptual and comprehensive competence, the students should be able to express an understanding of the core concept of microbiology, specifically in:

  • fundamentals of biology-relevant knowledge of mathematics and natural sciences
  • the evolution of prokaryotic cells, its adaptation, survival and diversity, including its impact on the environment
  • relationship of cell structure and function
  • metabolism related to the energy and usage of materials for survival, growth and interaction with environment
  • genetic information flow and its response to environment
  • microbial system in term of diversity and dynamic ecosystem
  • impacts of microorganism in life

In the category of laboratory skill, the learning outcomes are that students have the ability to:

  • apply microbiological lab equipment and methods
  • apply molecular lab equipment and methods
  • apply safety approaches using appropriate protective and emergency procedures

In the category of scientific skill, the learning outcomes are that the students have the ability to:

  • express scientific processes and capable to apply  qualitative and quantitative reasoning to communicate and collaborate with other fields
  • explain the relationship between science and society

In the category of Social skill, the learning outcomes are that the students have the ability to:

  • show effective communication and team-working attitude
  • express the awareness and importance of long life learning