Tacer study, alumni meeting, student discussion, and workshop with higher education of chemical engineering (Aptekim) gave inputs to formulate learning outcome of CED. CED established its expected learning outcomes that consist of abilities to use knowledge, skills, resources, and attitudes as follows.
(a) Ability to apply mathematics, science, and engineering principles based on information technology to solve complex engineering processes, system processing, and equipment necessary to transform raw materials into products , with an attitude of devotion to God Almighty.
(b) Ability to discuss techniques of communication and the latest and the recent technology developments, as well as show a standalone performance by upholding human values.
(c) Ability to conduct research that includes the identification, formulation and analysis of engineering problems in the process, processing systems, and equipment necessary to transform raw materials into products and documenting the results to make right decisions.
(d) Ability to design process, processing systems, and equipment necessary to transform raw materials into products that have added value within the limits of the law, taking into account economic factors, health and public safety, culture, socialization and environment.
(e) Ability to find the source of engineering problems in the process, processing systems, and equipment necessary to transform raw materials into products that have added value through the process of data interpretation, and internalize the spirit of self-reliance based on engineering principles.
(f) Ability to apply logical, critical, systematic and creative thinking, and the concept of science and technology in the context of implementation of science that sees and applies the value of humanities relevant to their ability, as citizens who love the homeland.
(g) Ability to find alternative solutions to solve complex engineering process, processing systems, and equipment necessary to transform raw materials into products, taking into account health and public safety, culture, socialization and environmental consideration.
(h) Ability to work together, develop networks, social sensitivity and concern for the community and the environment, respect differences in building a synergy, within engineering and non-engineering disciplines.
(i) Ability to hold responsibility for the group’s work achievement, to carry out supervision and evaluation of the work completion assigned to workers who are under his/her responsibility, and internalize academic ethics in improving the social life quality.
(j) Ability to carry out self-evaluation processes on the working group that is under his/her responsibility, to manage learning independently, including continuously reviewing the science technology implementation, related to current issues in general.
Table 1.1 identifies the matrix of learning outcomes toward IABEE learning outcomes.
Table 1.1 Matrix of CED learning outcomes vs. IABEE learning outcomes.
The following remarks are learning outcomes of IABEE.
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural or/and material sciences, information technology and engineering to acquire comprehensive understanding of engineering principles.
b. An ability to design components, systems, and/or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints in such aspect as law, economic, environment, social, politics, health and safety, sustainability as well as to recognize and/or utilize the potential of local and national resources with global perspective.
c. An ability to design and conduct laboratory and/or field experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data to strengthen the engineering judgment.
d. An ability to identify, formulate, analyze, and solve engineering problems.
e. An ability to apply methods, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practices.
f. An ability to communicate effectively in oral and written manners.
g. An ability to plan, accomplish and evaluate tasks under given constraints.
h. An ability to work in multidisciplinary and multicultural team.
i. An ability to be accountable and responsible for the society and adhere to professional ethics in solving engineering problems.
j. An ability to understand the need for life-long learning, including access to the relevant knowledge of contemporary issues.