Learning Outcome


Education in Institut Teknologi Bandung includes academic education and development of a noble personality who always upholds the noble values​​. The general educational outcomes at ITB are:

  1. Graduates become intelligent scholars who serve as role models in their community and give ​​a significant contribution to the implementation of the society’s ideal, which is a prosperous and noble life.

  2. Graduates have comprehensive mastery of knowledge, equipped with extensive insights and awareness of the usefulness of their knowledge hence have the ability and instinct for its development and/or implementation, both independently and in collaborations, including inter-disciplinary cooperation.

In line with ITB’s objectives, the objective of the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics (UPM) in the current curriculum is to yield graduates who are able to develop their mathematical power and potential, to expand their mathematical interests, to manifest their leadership and innovativeness in mathematics or related fields, and to acquire good attitude and characteristics needed for advanced studies as well as career advancement.

The learning outcomes of UPM has been constructed by considering inputs from stakeholders and reflecting postgraduate study requirements. The UPM formulates the learning outcomes as follows:

  1. The students are able to exhibit sufficient knowledge and insight in mathematics and relevant areas, with a relatively deep understanding in some particular sub fields of mathematics, and apply them to solve problems,

  2. The students are able to demonstrate adequate basic math skills, such as observing, recognizing, collecting and utilizing data; to make calculation, estimation, and interpretation, with or without the aid of technologies (such as computers and software),

  3. The students are able to exhibit mathematical powers, that include reasoning, making connections, solving problems, and communicating,

  4. The students are able to show the ability to complete tasks and to develop relatively new ideas, both independently and in team including preparing and presenting reports, orally and in writing,

  5. The students have personality characteristics and habits of work necessary for successful career, and understand professional and ethical responsibility,

  6. The students are aware of contemporary issues and able to respond appropriately,

  7. The students are well-prepared for self-development, in mathematics and relevant areas, or career in work.