VISION, MISSIONS, PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES, AND PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES

The vision of the UP-Math

In 2025, the UP-Math becomes an outstanding Study Programme of Mathematics, recognized and leading nationally and internationally in theory and its applications.

 

The missions of the UP-Math:

  1. develop learning activities through new innovations to improve the quality, efficiency, and relevance of mathematics learning;
  2. develop a research culture in groups of expertise to support mathematical research and its applications;
  3. develop the role and applications of mathematics in various fields, to make a mutually beneficial cooperation between the UP-Math and mathematics user;
  4. make UP-Math as a study programme that has a credible, transparent, accountable, responsible, and fair management system.

 

The Programme Educational Objectives of the UP-Math:

The Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) of UP-Math have been formulated to produce graduates who:

PEO 1 : have profound knowledge in theory of (pure) mathematics as the core and able to apply the theory to solve problems related to differential equations and optimization;
PEO 2 : are adaptive and able to continue to the next programme in mathematics or in other fields related to mathematics;
PEO 3 : are literate in information technology and excellent in mathematical computational and have ability to follow the development of sciences and technology;
PEO 4 : have a responsibility, confidence, emotional mature, ethics, and lifelong learner principle.

 

The Programme Learning Outcomes of the UP-Math:

Based on the UP-Math’s Programme Educational Objective as mentioned above, the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLOs) of the  UP-Math have been formulated as follows.  After completing the programme, successful students become graduates who:

PLO 1 : devote to God Almighty, Pancasila minded, and aware of the interest of the nation;
PLO 2 : are able to recognize mathematics-related problems, assess their solvability and solve them within a specified time frame;
PLO 3 : are able to develop their logic and mathematical thinking. They are in particular able to formulate mathematical hypotheses and have an understanding of how such hypotheses can be verified or falsified using mathematical methods;
PLO 4 : have sufficient knowledge in information technology and have ability it to support the teaching-learning and research process;
PLO 5 : have comprehensive knowledge in mathematical modeling and able to create mathematical models, both in mathematics, in other fields, and in real problems. They are in particular able to solve and determine the strategy how to solve the problems;
PLO 6 have generalization and abstraction abilities and are able to recognize analogies and basic patterns;
PLO 7 are able to communicate in mathematical language, oral and writing, concisely, clearly, and well-organized;
PLO 8 have a responsibility, confidence, emotional mature, ethics, and lifelong learner principle;
PLO 9 have ability to apply their mathematics ability in their carrier related to mathematics and to continue their program in master and doctoral programmes.

 

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