The Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning strives to produce graduates with following criteria:
a. PEO 1: Capable to work as planners (national, regional, and local level), researchers and policy analysts, utilizing urban and regional planning scientific methods and approaches.
b. PEO 2: Problem-solving oriented
c. PEO 3: Sensitive towards social and humanity values, and
d. PEO 4: lifelong learners
The Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) of the BURP
Program Learning Outcomes
Create/prepare spatial planning and development plans.
Provide consultancy, facilitation, and/or have a role as spatial development planner for cities and regions.
Use and develop planning tools and planning support tools in accordance with their functions.
Mastering theories, principles, and concepts of urban and regional planning.
Apply methods and techniques of urban and regional planning.
Develop innovative, effective, and efficient planning ideas.
Prepare spatial and development planning decisions based on individual and/or interdisciplinary teams based on scientific methods.
Mastering research methods and techniques.
Apply research methods and techniques in urban and regional planning development.
Communicate and be professionally responsible for the process and accomplishment of work in the planning field.
The organization of assessment in BURP includes individual or group/team assignments, quiz, mid-term examination, end-of-semester/final examination, and final project
Students are considered to pass or fail according to their grades. In Indonesia, the grading system uses both numerical and alphabetical grades. Numerical is used for GPA (Grade Point Average) while alphabetical is used for modules’ grade.
BURP allow external examiners to test student on the (1) Planning Studio Critique and (2) Final Project.