Program learning outcomes (PLO) are a set of formulas for achieving graduate competency standards, namely the minimum criteria for graduate ability qualifications which include attitudes, knowledge, and skills. Learning outcomes functioned (1) to support the study program graduates' profile and (2) as the primary reference for developing learning content, learning process, learning assessment, lecturers and education staff, learning facilities and infrastructure, learning management, and learning financing standards. The formulation of graduate learning outcomes is based on the description of the learning outcomes of Independent Campus graduates.

  1. PLO 1: showing good citizen behaviours with religious, cultural, and values of humanity, and to respect differences in society (attitude);
  2. PLO 2: possessing professional ethics in working independently or collaboratively accompanied by a spirit of learning, critical thinking and innovation, as well as in making continuous efforts for self-development;
  3. PLO 3: understanding basic concepts and methodology of history (knowledge);
  4. PLO 4: applying the historical methodology in producing works/writings on history (knowledge);
  5. PLO 5: developing history as a discipline through multi-dimensional perspectives (knowledge);
  6. PLO 6: solving problems related to humanity in society, nation, and global community (general skills);
  7. PLO 7: possessing thinking ability, persuasive and motivational skills as well as responsibility towards work (general skills);
  8. PLO 8: disseminating knowledge of history through various media to society (specific skills);
  9. PLO 9: working professionally in the world of work (specific skills).