Program Learning Outcomes

Here are the detail description of the national qualification standard of the Library and Information Science graduates:

A1Demonstrate religious attitudes and behaviors that contribute to developing the quality of life in society, think creatively and innovatively, and have excellent character, morals, ethics, and professionalism
K1Mastering theories, concepts, and methods in the field of library and information science to solve problems in national, regional and international scope
K2Mastering the ethics and philosophy of library and information science
K3Mastering the principles and techniques of planning, collecting, processing, packaging, preserving, and disseminating information as memory, assets and commodities
K4Mastering information and media literacy according to the demands of professional tasks in the field of library and information science
GS1Being able to think logically, critically, systematically, and innovatively, work independently, quality and measurably, to make decisions based on the results of analysis of information and data by applying human values
GS2Being able to apply science and technology that have human value to produce solutions, ideas, designs or art criticism, and to write a thesis or final report that guarantees validity and is free of plagiarism
GS3Being able to develop and maintain networks, be responsible for the results of group works, conduct self-evaluation of the results of group works, and being able to manage independent learning
SS1Being able to apply theories, concepts, and methods in managing library collections and digital assets with standardized systems and technology professionally
SS2Being able to design information institutions according to the needs of institutions and society based on information and communication technology using a variety of relevant methods
SS3Being able to develop collaborative network of memory institutions (libraries, archives, museums, and other information institutions) nationally, regionally, and internationally in managing collective memory and cultural heritage
SS4Being able to apply various scientific approaches to solve problems in the field of library and information science
SS5Being able to identify the need for information products and services, design, organize, and evaluate digital technology-based information business