The targets of the curriculum development are:
- Improvement on the quality of learning and research processes in the UGM Master Program in Computer Science. This is based on indicators of average student GPA, average student study time and the quality and quantity of publications for both students and lecturers.
- Availability of a curriculum for the Master Program in Computer Science that can keep up with the latest developments in science and research. This target will be evaluated based on the variety of student thesis topics and the quality of lecturer and student publications.
- Graduates of study programs are produced who are able to adapt, have ethics and have a national perspective, both as agents of development and development of computer science, as well as high academic abilities so they can compete at the national and international levels. This is based on the distribution of student origins, the level of competition, the absence of violations of scientific ethics, the quantity of international publications for both lecturers and students, and the average student GPA.
The achievement indicators of the study program with a baseline in 2021 up to the target in 2031 are shown in the following table
Indicators and Achievement Targets Table
|No||Indicator||Baseline (2021)||Midiline (2026)||Target (2031)|
|1.||Distribution of student origin||National||International||International|
|3.||Thesis quality level||ASEAN||Asia||International|
|4.||Variation of the main topic of
the master thesis per intake
|20 Topics||25 Topics||30 Topics|
|6.||Average length of study||28 Months||26 Months||24 Months|
|7.||Violation of scientific ethics||0||0||0|
|8.||Number of lecturer research
involving students per year
|9.||Number of International publications
from students with lecturers per year
|10.||Number of students participating
in the Double/Dual Degree program
|11.||Number of foreign students||1||3||5|