In 2030, it will become a nationally leading and leading study program international community that develops electronics and instrumentation knowledge broadly and produces graduates who are highly competent, have good morals, and are able to play an active role in solving the problems of the nation’s welfare imbued with cultural values based on Pancasila.
- Develop international scale education in the field of Electronics and Instrumentation by making the best use of quality research results that are relevant to industry needs.
- Carry out learning based on the latest research results and involve students in research.
- Develop excellent research that can contribute to solving societal problems in the electronics and instrumentation fields.
- Carry out community service by utilizing research results for technology development so that it can be put to good use to solve national problems and increase the role of electronics and instrumentation science in making a real contribution to society.
- Educating and preparing students to become graduates who are able to follow, absorb the latest scientific developments in Electronics and Instrumentation and technology as well as develop and apply them for the benefit of national development.
- Produce graduates who are internationally competitive, such as working in international companies or continuing their studies at an international level.
- Produce student research that contributes to solving community problems.
- Educating students to take an active role in solving the nation’s problems and increasing the role of electronics and instrumentation science in making a real contribution to society.
In the 2021 curriculum, the strategy for achieving the learning outcome program is designed with arrange in such a way that all compulsory courses that provide basic competency provisions in electronics and instrumentation outside of academic activities related to final assignments (seminars and thesis) can be completed in the first 5 semesters of 100 credits. Thus, in the next 3 semesters, students have the freedom to determine their own completeness of undergraduate competencies according to the profession within the scope of the desired graduate profile.
Lecturers are encouraged to plan lectures wherever possible using student-centered learning-based delivery methods while applying problem-based methods learning which is arranged in such a way that it can be achieved with all available communication media, both lecture classes, practicum laboratories and communication media in the network.
Elective courses are provided side by side with the MBKM programs offered. Students are free to determine their choice of courses and/or programs MBKM is offered based on the terms and conditions that apply. The study program will issue a list of equivalent elective courses for each offered MBKM program subject.
The Electronics and Instrumentation study program is held based on universal values set by Gadjah Mada University, namely:
- Pancasila values include the values of divinity, humanity, unity, democracy, deliberation, and justice.
- Scientific values which include university values and the objectivity of science, academic freedom and academic forums, respect for reality and truth for civilization, benefit and common happiness.
- Cultural values which include tolerance, human rights, and diversity.