Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

Graduate Learning Outcomes (CPL*) Based on the Indonesian National Curriculum Framework (KKNI**)

A. Knowledge Learning Outcomes (P)
CPL Element Code Description of CPL Mech. Eng. Study Program
Knowledge P.1 Mastering the theoretical concepts of science, the application of engineering mathematics, engineering principles (engineering fundamentals), engineering science, and engineering design required for the analysis and design of mechanical systems and components required.
P.2 Mastering the principles and techniques of mechanical system design (mechanical system) and the necessary components.
P.3 Mastering the principles and current issues in the economy, social and environment in general.
P.4 Mastering knowledge of communication techniques and the latest and latest technological developments in the field of design, manufacturing processes, as well as the operation and maintenance of mechanical systems and the required components.
P.5 Have the ability to carry out engineering innovations that are environmentally sound, entrepreneurial, and based on local wisdom.

 

B. General Skills Learning Outcomes (KU)
CPL Element Code Description of CPL Mech. Eng. Study Program
General Skills KU.1 Able to allocate their field of expertise and utilize science, technology, and/or art in their field in solving problems and being able to adapt to the situation at hand.
KU.2 Mastering the theoretical concepts of certain fields of knowledge in general and the theoretical concepts of special sections in that field of knowledge in depth and being able to formulate procedural problem-solving.
KU.3 Able to make the right decisions based on analysis of information and data, and able to provide instructions in choosing various alternative solutions independently or in groups.
KU.4 Responsible for own work and can be given responsibility for the achievement of the organization’s work.

 

C. Special Skills Learning Outcomes (KK)
CPL Element Code Description of CPL Mech. Eng. Study Program
Special Skills KK.1 Able to apply mathematics, science, and engineering principles to solve complex engineering problems in mechanical systems.
KK.2 Able to find the source of complex engineering problems in mechanical systems through the process of investigation, analysis, interpretation of data, and information based on engineering principles.
KK.3 Able to conduct research that includes identification, formulation, and analysis of complex engineering problems in mechanical systems and the components required.
KK.4 Able to formulate solutions for engineering problems in the field of mechanical systems and the required components by taking into account economic factors, public health, and safety, cultural, social, environmental, and energy conservation.
KK.5 Able to design a mechanical system (mechanical system) and the required components with an analytical approach and consider technical standards, aspects of performance, reliability, ease of application, sustainability, and pay attention to economic factors, public health and safety, cultural, social, and environmental (environmental considerations).
KK.6 Able to select resources and utilize appropriate design and analysis tools based on information technology and computing to design, manufacture, and maintain mechanical systems and required components.

 

D. Attitude Learning Outcomes (S)
CPL Element Code Description of CPL Mech. Eng. Study Program
Attitude S.1 Faithful to God Almighty and able to show a religious attitude.
S.2 Upholding human values in carrying out duties based on religion, morals, and ethics.
S.3 Contribute to improving the quality of life in society, nation, state, and the progress of civilization based on Pancasila.
S.4 To act as citizens who are proud and love their homeland, have nationalism, and are responsible for the state and nation.
S.5 Appreciate the diversity of cultures, views, religions, and beliefs, as well as the opinions or original findings of others.
S.6 Work together and have social sensitivity and concern for society and the environment.
S.7 Obey the law and discipline in social and state life.
S.8 Internalize academic values, norms, and ethics.
S.9 Show a responsible attitude towards work in their area of expertise independently.
S.10 Internalize the spirit of independence, struggle, and entrepreneurship.
S.11 Behave according to Trisakti University Trikrama.

*) CPL = Capaian Pembelajaran Lulusan
**) KKNI = Kerangka Kurikulum Nasional Indonesia

In the implementation of learning, Operational Learning Outcomes are determined which refer to international standards, that is:

CPL.1 Able to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural and/or material science, information technology, and engineering to gain a thorough understanding of mechanical engineering principles.
CPL.2 Able to design components, systems and/or processes to meet the expected needs within realistic limits on legal, economic, environmental, social, political, health and safety, sustainability aspects as well as to identify and/or utilize the potential of local and national resources.
CPL.3 Able to design and carry out laboratory and/or field experiments as well as analyze and interpret data to strengthen mechanical engineering assessments.
CPL.4 Able to identify, formulate, analyze and solve mechanical engineering problems.
CPL.5 Able to apply modern methods, skills, and technical tools required for mechanical engineering practice.
CPL.6 Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
CPL.7 Able to plan, complete, and evaluate tasks within existing constraints.
CPL.8 Able to work in cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural teams.
CPL.9 Able to be responsible to the community and comply with professional ethics in solving mechanical engineering problems.
CPL.10 Able to apply the principles of lifelong learning, including access to knowledge related to relevant contemporary issues.
CPL.11 Able to apply the basic principles of sustainable technology-based entrepreneurship.

The relationship between Operational CPL and the Indonesian National Curriculum Framework (KKNI) CPL, is shown in Table 1 below.

TABLE 1. Mapping of Operational CPL against KKNI’s CPL

A more detailed description of learning outcomes, required study materials, and the distribution of courses per CPL can be seen in Table 2 below:

TABLE 2. Learning Outcomes, Study Materials, & Courses

CPL LEARNING OUTCOMES STUDY MATERIALS COURSES
CPL.1 Able to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural and/or materials science, information technology, and engineering to gain a thorough understanding of mechanical engineering principles. 1. Linear Algebra and Calculus
2. Numerical Analysis and Numerical Methods
3. Physics and Chemistry
4. Materials Science
5. Information Technology
6. Engineering Mechanics
7. Thermal Science
1. Calculus I
2. Calculus II
3. Engineering Mathematics I
4. Engineering Mathematics II
5. Engineering Mathematics III
6. Numerical Analysis
7. Basic Chemistry
8. Physics – Mechanics
9. Physics – Heat
10. Physics – Waves, Sound, and Optics
11. Physics – Electricity and Magnetism
12. Laboratory Works Of Physics
13. Physical Metallurgy & Laboratory Works
14. Structure and Properties of Materials
15. Engineering Materials
16. Computational Thinking
17. Kinematics
18. Dynamics
19. Vibration
20. Fluid Mechanics I
21. Fluid Mechanics II
22. Thermodynamics I
23. Thermodynamics II
24. Heat Transfer I
25. Heat Transfer II
26. Energy Conversion I
27. Energy Conversion II
CPL.2 Able to design components, systems and/or processes to meet the expected needs within realistic limits on legal, economic, environmental, social, political, health and safety, sustainability and identify and/or utilize potential local and national resources with a global perspective. 1. Engineering Drawing.
2. Engineering analysis in design.
3. Engineering Design.
4. Local and national resources.
1. Mechanical Drawing I and Practicum
2. Mechanical Drawing II and Practicum
3. Statics
4. Strength of Material
5. Machines Elements I
6. Machines Elements II
7. CAD/CAM
8. CAD/CAM Laboratory Works
9. Engineering Design
10. Capstone Design I
11. Capstone Design II
12. Final Project Proposal
13. Final Project
CPL.3 Able to design and carry out laboratory and/or field experiments as well as analyze and interpret data to strengthen mechanical engineering assessments. 1. Experimental design and execution.
2. Engineering measurement.
3. Experimental/measurement data analysis.
1. Laboratory Works of Physics
2. Physical Metallurgy & Laboratory Works
3. Manufacturing Process Laboratory Works
4. Industrial Metrology Laboratory Works
5. CAD/CAM Laboratory Works
6. Pneumatic for Industrial Automation Laboratory Works
7. Mechanical Phenomena Laboratory Works
8. Machine Performance Testing Laboratory Works
9. Industrial Metrology
10. Statistics and Quality Control
11. Measurement and Instrumentations
CPL.4 Able to identify, formulate, analyze, and solve mechanical engineering problems. 1. Methods of defining and formulating mechanical engineering problems.
2. Analysis of mechanical engineering problems using knowledge in estimation techniques, general engineering principles, and engineering experience.
3. Solving mechanical engineering problems.
1. Final Project Proposal
2. Final Project
3. Statistics and Quality Control
4. Manufacturing Processes I
5. Manufacturing Processes II
6. Industrial Processes Equipment
7. Electric Drive System
8. Mechatronics
9. Control Engineering
10. Computational Thinking
CPL.5 Able to apply modern methods, skills, and technical tools required for mechanical engineering practice. 1. Application of CAD tools for drawing assemblies and detailed drawings on machine components.
2. Application of general engineering analysis software as a tool for solving general engineering problems.
3. Application of mechanical properties of materials and metallographic testing devices.
4. Application of modern engineering tools is necessary for the practice of mechanical engineering.
1. CAD/CAM Laboratory Works
2. Numerical Analysis
3. Mechatronics
4. Physical Metallurgy & Laboratory Works
5. Manufacturing Process Laboratory Works
6. Mechanical Phenomena Laboratory Works
CPL.6 Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. 1. Scientific writing.
2. Presentation technique.
3. Participation in a scientific discussion.
1. Final Project Proposal
2. Final Project
3. Physical Metallurgy & Laboratory Works
4. Indonesian
5. English
6. Measurement and Instrumentations
CPL.7 Able to plan, complete, and evaluate tasks within existing limits. 1. Task planning within existing limits.
2. Completion of tasks within existing limits.
3. Evaluation of tasks within the existing limits.
1. Engineering Management
2. On the Job Training
3. Capstone Design I
4. Capstone Design II
CPL.8 Able to work in cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural teams. 1. Collaboration in a cross-disciplinary team.
2. Collaboration in a team with different cultural backgrounds.
1. On the Job Training
2. Technopreneurship
3. Introduction to Profession
CPL.9 Able to be responsible to the community and comply with professional ethics in solving mechanical engineering problems. 1. Responsibility to the community in solving mechanical engineering problems.
2. Professional ethics in solving mechanical engineering problems.
3. Practice safety, occupational health, and environmental protection in all aspects of professional practice.
1. Introduction to Profession
2. Religion Study
3. Pancasila
4. Citizenship, Nationality, Democracy, and Human Right
5. On the Job Training
CPL.10 Able to apply the principles of lifelong learning, including access to knowledge related to relevant contemporary issues. 1. Methods of finding, using, and evaluating learning resources independently.
2. Methods of finding knowledge about contemporary issues of new technologies in mechanical engineering.
1. Technopreneurship
2. Structure and Properties of Materials
3. Manufacturing Processes II
4. Energy Conversion II
CPL.11 Able to apply the basic principles of sustainable technology-based entrepreneurship. 1. Design a strategic plan for a sustainable technology-based entrepreneurial process.
2. Implementation of a sustainable technology-based entrepreneurial process plan.
1. Technopreneurship
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