Intended Learning Outcome

  1. Produce scholars who have geophysical scientific attitudes who can work alone and groups and are responsible for work in their fields of expertise. (S1)
  2. Mastering the theoretical concepts of solid, sea and atmospheric geophysics, the principles of geophysical exploration, and exploration planning needed for the identification and mapping of natural resources and mitigation of natural disasters. (P1)
  3. Mastering the principles and methods of exploration geophysics in analyzing and interpreting Geophysical measurement data. (P2)
  4. Mastering the latest principles and issues of natural disasters and how to mitigate disaster risk. (P3)
  5. Able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of development or implementation in the field of Geophysical expertise that pays attention to or applies the humanities value in the field of Geophysics and is able to examine cases of application in scientific reports and articles and upload them on the academic journal. (KU1)
  6. Able to demonstrate independent, quality and measurable performance in accordance with the professional code of ethics and maintain and develop a network of work with mentors, colleagues, colleagues, both inside and outside the institution and responsible for the completion of the assigned work. (KU2)
  7. Able to make decisions appropriately in the context of solving problems, informed and data on scientific fields of food technology based on the results of analysis of information and data as well as conducting evaluation processes, document, rediscover data to ensure validity and prevent plagiarism. (KU3)
  8. Being able to find new natural resources through the process of exploration, analysis, interpretation of data and information based on exploration geophysical principles that are environmentally friendly; (KK1)
  9. Able to formulate alternative solutions to solve disaster mitigation problems by paying attention to public, social and environmental safety factors; (KK2)