Program Educational Objectives (PEO) 

  1. Become a professional who practices the principles and approaches of agricultural engineering in managing the potential of natural resources
  2. Become a successful graduate in developing their profession and potential through continuous education both formally and informally
  3. Become a strong graduate and have integrity by showing good leadership character in society and the world of work
Five Agricultural Engineering Graduates Profiles: 

  1. Manager/supervisor
  2. Entrepreneur
  3. Designers and engineers
  4. System/programmer analysis
  5. Researchers and developers of science and technology
Program Learning Outcomes (PLO)

  1. Able to apply mathematics, natural science, information technology, and engineering to understand the principles of agricultural engineering
  2. Able to design tools, machines and systems related to agricultural engineering and biosystems in utilizing and developing the potential of local resources with the latest technology
  3. Ability to design and carry out laboratory and/or field experiments as well as analyze data, interpret data, and draw conclusions using engineering principles
  4. Ability to identify, formulate, analyze and solve agricultural engineering problems
  5. Have skills in applying modern and appropriate technical methods and tools to solve agricultural engineering problems
  6. Ability to communicate effectively orally, in writing and visually, as well as work independently and in groups
  7. Ability to plan, implement and evaluate work and tasks in accordance with scientific aspects of agricultural engineering
  8. Having expertise in managing and utilizing natural resources (agriculture, energy, and the environment) and supporting resources (HR, infrastructure) in an optimal and sustainable manner and able to be integrated across disciplines and across cultures
  9. Able to demonstrate attitudes and behaviors that reflect the values ​​and norms contained in community religion and responsible engineering professional ethics
  10. Ability to demonstrate awareness of the importance of lifelong learning, including access to science and technology developments related to relevant contemporary issues