IABEE Evaluation : Penyerahan Laporan Evaluasi Diri

# Criteria Reference
1 ORIENTATION OF THE GRADUATE COMPETENCE  
1.1 The Program shall define the profile of graduates to be envisaged as Autonomous Professionals by considering country's potential resources, cultures, needs and interests  
  Describe the Program's Profile of Autonomous Professionals to be fostered as its educational objectives, which takes into account local and/or national resources, wisdoms, needs and interests, as well as vision and mission of the Program-Operating Institution (POI)
  Describe the process maintained by the Program for establishing and periodically reviewing the Profile of Autonomous Professionals, which includes the involvements of its stakeholders
1.2 The Program shall inform its students and faculty of the envisaged Autonomous Professional Profile and widely publicize it  
  Describe how the Program disseminates its Profile of Autonomous Professionals adequately to students, faculties, and the general public
1.3.(1) The Program shall establish its expected Learning Outcomes which consist of abilities to utilize knowledge, skills, resources and attitudes as described in the following (a) to (e) graduate competences to be acquired by students at the completion of their study  
  Describe how the Program establishes its Program Learning Outcomes based on its Profile of Autonomous Professionals to be attained
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (a): ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural and/or materials sciences, information technology and engineering to acquire comprehensive understanding of engineering principles?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (b): ability to design components, systems, and/or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as legal, economics, environment, socio-politics, health and safety, and sustainability as well as to recognize and/or utilize the potential of local and national resources with global perspective?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (c): ability to design and conduct laboratory and/or field experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data to strengthen the engineering judgment?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (d): ability to identify, formulate, analyze, and solve complex engineering problems?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (e): ability to apply methods, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practices?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (f): ability to communicate effectively in oral and written manners?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (g): ability to plan, accomplish, and evaluate tasks under given constraints?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (h): ability to work in multidisciplinary and multicultural teams?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (i): ability to be accountable and responsible to the society and adhere to professional ethics in solving engineering problems
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes cover graduate competency (j): ability to understand the need for life-long learning, including access to the relevant knowledge of contemporary issues?
  Does the Program Learning Outcomes include additional learning outcomes stipulated in the relevant Category and Discipline Criteria (if any)?
1.3.(2) The Program shall establish procedures to conduct periodic review of the Learning Outcomes  
  Describe how the Program disseminates the Program Learning Outcomes to students and faculty members, and how it discloses them to the general public
  Describe the process by which the Program conducts periodic review of the Program Learning Outcomes
2 LEARNING IMPLEMENTATION  
2.1 CURRICULUM  
2.1.1

Curriculum of the Program shall include the following subject areas:


a) Mathematics and discipline-specific natural sciences
b) Discipline-specific engineering science and technology
c) Information and communication technology
d) Engineering design and problem-based experiments
e) General education, which includes morality, ethics, socio-culture, environment and management

 
  Describe how the Program curriculum covers the subject areas listed in 2.1.1., regardless of the titles of the courses, and how the curriculum devotes adequate attention and learning time to each component, consistent with the Program Learning Outcomes. The curriculum must include (expressed as percentage of total coursework load in semester credits (SKS)) a minimum of 20% of a combination of college level mathematics and basic sciences appropriate to the discipline, a minimum of 40% of engineering topics consisting of engineering sciences and design appropriate to the field of study, and a maximum of 30% of general education subjects that complement the technical content of the curriculum.
2.1.2 Curriculum development shall consider input from Program stakeholders  
  Describe how the Program develops and periodically reviews its curriculum using documented, systematic, and effective policies and procedures which ensure that the requirements of the society, industry, and professional fields are met, and that the curriculum is consistent with the institutional mission, stakeholders' needs, and these accreditation criteria
  Describe how the abovementioned policies and procedures provide sufficient opportunity for Program stakeholders to discuss curriculum relevance and to foster closer collaborations
2.1.3 The Curriculum must indicate the structural relationship and contributions of the subject courses to fulfill Learning Outcomes. Procedures, including syllabus, shall be established and documented so that the expected learning process can be implemented in a controlled way  
  Describe how the curricular content and structure are aligned to enable the attainment of Program Learning Outcomes by students.
  Describe how specific requirements of each curricular area in Common Criteria or Discipline Criteria are met, both in terms of load and depth of the curricular content
  Has the Program established syllabi for all courses designed to satisfy mathematics, science, and discipline-specific requirements or any applicable criteria?
  Describe how the Program implements educational activities for students to achieve its Program Learning Outcomes
  Describe how the curriculum is structured to enable students to achieve the expected Program Learning Outcomes within the intended period of study.
  Describe how the Program adequately inform the faculty members and students about the curriculum and how the Program Learning Outcomes will be attained through the learning process
2.1.4 The Curriculum shall ensure that students are exposed to engineering practices and major design project experience which incorporates engineering standards and multiple realistic constraints based on knowledge and skills acquired in preceding coursework  
  Describe how the curriculum provides opportunity for students to develop competence in practical application of engineering skills, which combines theory and experience along with the use of other relevant knowledge and skills. Training in engineering practices may be supported by several courses (subjects) but should culminate in a major design project. This major project serves as a capstone for the Program, which requires students to integrate knowledge and skills acquired in earlier coursework.
  Describe how the curriculum defines subject(s) to optimally support mainstream discipline specific requirements, and to provide opportunity for students to acquire practical experience in implementing the subjects in an actual working environment.
2.2 FACULTY  
2.2.1 The Program shall provide necessary number, qualification and competence of faculty members for performing learning process, including planning, delivering, evaluating, and continually improving its effectiveness in order to achieve the Learning Outcomes  
  Describe the qualifications of faculty members and their adequacy to cover all curricular areas and to meet any applicable criteria. This description should include the composition, size, experience and the extent and quality of faculty member involvement in interactions with students, student advising, and oversight of the Program.
  Describe in detail the professional development activities for each faculty member and how such activities as sabbaticals, travel, workshops, and seminars, are planned and supported.
2.2.2 The Program shall ensure that faculty members are aware of the relevance and importance of their roles and contributions to the Learning Outcomes  
  Describe the role of Program faculty members with respect to course creation, modification, and evaluation, and Learning Outcomes formulation, revision and attainment.
  Describe the policies and procedures by which the Program institutionally develops and evaluates faculty academic activities.
  Describe how the Program facilitates communications among faculty members for close collaboration associated with courses in the curriculum to improve attainment of Learning Outcomes by students.
2.3 STUDENTS AND ACADEMIC ATMOSPHERE  
2.3.1 The Program shall define and implement entry standards for both new and transfer students, as well as transfer of credits  
  Describe the policies and procedures implemented or observed by the Program in student admission, which cover the requirements and the process for accepting new students into the Program.
  Describe how the Program ensures that incoming students are meeting prerequisites and how it handles cases where prerequisite are not met.
  Describe the Program's policy and process for accepting transfer students and transfer credits.
2.3.2 Program shall define and implement ongoing monitoring of student progress and evaluation of student performance. Procedures of quality assurance shall be established to ensure that adequacy of standards is achieved in all assessments  
  Describe policies and procedures implemented by the Program to effectively monitor students’ academic progress and performance.
  Describe how the Program documents the process by which student performance is monitored.
2.3.3 The Program shall create and maintain good academic atmosphere conducive to successful learning  
  Describe how the Program provides supporting activities to create and maintain good academic atmosphere for learning, such as student guidance and counseling on academic as well as non-academic issues.
  Describe how the Program implements or facilitates policies and procedures for academic advising and career guidance for students; this includes, for example, how often students are advised, and who provides the advising.
2.3.4 The Program shall promote co-curricular activities for character building and enhancing the students’ awareness on the country's needs  
  Describe how the Program creates and maintains co-curricular activities to improve the student soft skills, such as studium generale, involvement in faculty research projects, participation in scientific forums.
  Describe how the Program nurtures students' entrepreneurial spirit as characterized by a deep sense of purpose, perseverance, resourcefulness, open-mindedness, and eagerness to learn.
2.4 FACILITY  
2.4.1 Program shall ensure the availability, accessibility, and safety of facilities for effective functioning of the learning process and attainment of the Learning Outcomes  
  Describe the physical facilities maintained by the Program to support the attainment of the Learning Outcomes and to provide conducive academic atmosphere. These facilities include, for example:
  • offices (such as administrative, faculty, clerical, and teaching assistants) and any associated equipment
  • classrooms and associated equipment
  • in house laboratory facilities including those containing computers (describe available hardware and software) and the associated tools and equipment that support instruction, and field laboratory whenever necessary
  • computing resources (workstations, servers, storage, networks including software)
  • library services
  Provide the Program's assessment on the adequacy of these facilities to support the scholarly and professional activities of the students and faculty in supporting the attainment of Learning Outcomes by the students.
  Describe how the Program provides appropriate guidance regarding the use of tools, equipment, computing resources, laboratories, and other physical facilities to ensure their safe and appropriate utilization.
  Describe the Program's policies and procedures for maintaining and upgrading the tools, equipment, computing resources, laboratories, library and other facilities used by students and faculty members.
2.5 INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY  
2.5.1 The Program shall define and manage the process for the provision of the educational service, including education design, curriculum development and delivery, and assessment of learning  
  Describe the governance of the Program which adequately ensures its quality and continuity, and ensures an effective involvement of the leadership in decisions affecting the Program.
  Describe how the Program Operating Institution (POI) implements budgetary policies and procedures which ensure the continuity of the Program, including provision of financial support for recurring (or routine) and incidental expenditures.
  Describe the support for teaching activities by the POI by provision of graders, teaching assistants, teaching workshops, etc.
  Describe how the POI provides adequate staffing (administrative, instructional, and technical) and institutional services for the Program.
2.5.2 The Program Operating Institution (POI) shall make efforts to establish resources, supporting service and cooperation with stakeholders on research, education and/or service to community with due consideration to existing local resources  
  Describe partnership with external institutions (industry, research centers, community entities, etc.) facilitated by the POI to foster Tridharma Perguruan Tinggi (education, research, and community engagement).
  Describe how the POI facilitates the improvement of the students’ learning process through the engagement of academia, business, and/or the government in the development of local region, and by the utilization of local resources.
3 ASSESSMENT OF THE LEARNING OUTCOMES  
3.1 The Program shall ensure that an effective assessment process of Learning Outcomes based on established performance indicators is implemented and maintained at planned intervals using appropriate methods  
  Describe the relevant performance indicators established by the Program for each Program Learning Outcome, and appropriate assessment methods as the basis for measuring attainment of these indicators by the students.
  Describe the comprehensive, detailed, and clearly documented methods and procedures for the measurement of Learning Outcomes attainment implemented by the Program.
3.2 The Program shall ensure that graduates of the program achieve all expected Learning Outcomes  
  Describe effective policies and procedures maintained by the Program in confirming the attainment of all graduation requirements by its graduates.
  Describe how the Program ascertains that all Program Learning Outcomes are attained by all of its graduates. The process and results of this graduation requirement review shall be documented and the records are maintained permanently as evidence.
  Describe the policies and procedures implemented or observed by the Program to handle non-performing students, and to terminate students who are not able to complete their study.
4 CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT  
4.1 Based on Program Learning Outcomes assessment results, the Program shall perform an evaluation at planned intervals with output in the form of decisions to improve the effectiveness of the educational process and resources  
  Describe the academic quality assurance system based on the P-D-C-A cycle (or equivalent) implemented by the Program to ensure the continual improvement of its educational processes
  Describe how the Program conducts its periodic evaluation based on Program Learning Outcomes assessment, how the evaluation results are used to formulate recommendations on the improvement of learning materials, methods of delivery and other educational processes, relevancy of the Learning Outcomes with regard to the needs of stakeholders, and improvement of resources
  Are the evaluation method and procedure designed to enable the identification of constraints and root causes of problems, and therefore resulting in opportunities for improvement?
4.2 The Program shall maintain documents and records related to the implementation of evaluation, the results and their follow-up  
  Describe the Program's policies and procedures for the comprehensive and consistent documentation of its continuous quality assurance/quality improvement process
  Describe how the abovementioned documentation is made accessible to the faculty members as pertinent to their shared interests for the quality of the Program.
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