Learning Outcome PLO & ILO
Proficient in transferable knowledge and managerial skills in agribusiness.”BAGB equips the students to be corporate managers, entrepreneurs, policy consultants, extensions, and researchers with ethics, knowledgeable and global future-oriented who adopt agribusiness model practices in a holistic approach to create sustainable tropical farming systems. The vision, mission, and PLO BAGB are as follows.
Program learning objectives (PLO) of the BAGB Study Program is presented in Table 1.
(Table 1.BAGB Program Learning Objectives)
|PLO1||Demonstrate attitudes, skills, and knowledge in establishing policies, organizing operational management in agribusiness, and improving community capacity to develop sustainable agribusiness to global change.|
|PLO2||Demonstrate a high level of professionalism in career through critical thinking, effective communication, social and ethical responsibility in developing sustainable tropical farming.|
|PLO3||Proficient in solving strategic problems, generating innovation for community development, and recommending policies in agribusiness managerial positions.|
|PLO4||Proficient in transferable knowledge and managerial skills in agribusiness.|
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO) of the BAGB Study Program is presented in Table 2.
(Table 2.BAGB Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO))
|ILO1||Personality and Ethics:Proficient in demonstrating ethical attitude, responsible and independent, having entrepreneurial passion, and having a sense and social concern on society and environment.|
|ILO2||Logical Thinking and Communication:Capable of applying and communicating logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in sustainable tropical farming business to boost society welfare.|
|ILO3||Problem Solving and Innovation:Demonstrating good skills in evaluating and publishing the implementation of science and technology to create ideas and design in the area of sustainable agribusiness.|
|ILO4||Broadening Network:Capable of developing network to better engage with global competition.|
|ILO5||Understanding The Concept of Agribusiness Management, Economic Policy, Extension and Community Empowerment: Understanding the concept of agribusiness, economic policy, communication, community empowerment, and sustainable tropical farming technology.|
|ILO6||Analyzing, Decisions and Policy Making: Proficient in analyzing and making decisions and policy through a critical thinking process.|
|ILO7||Synthesizing of Business and Community Building: Accustomed to critical thinking to be proficient in building, developing, formulating, and inventing of agriculture socio-economic methods and technology for improving the society’s capacity in developing sustainable agribusiness.|
BAGB performs continuous improvement in designing curriculum structure in clear, systematic, and up-to-date manner, to establish high quality graduates as stated in ILO. Since the establishment of BAGB in 2009, two changes in PLO and ILO has been conducted in 2016 and 2018. In fact, the preparation, evaluation and updating of PLO and ILO has been referred to the followings:
- In formulating its PLOs, BAGB considered the Indonesian Qualification Framework (IQF)
The PLOs should depict the accomplishment of IQF for graduate level (Table 3),
(Table 3.Correlation between IQF and PLO)
- Vision, mission and objectives of BAGB
PLO have significant effect on formulation of BAGB’s ILOs. Goals on PLO should be well-reflected on ILO statement. The matrix bellow shows that all of PLOs is accommodated by all ILOs. All of ILOs reflects the PLO1, while PLO4 is only supported by four ILOs (Table 4).
(Table 4.Correlation between ILO and PLO)