Learning Outcomes

To achieve the program education outcomes, the Bachelor of Pharmacy Program sets the following learning outcomes on which the graduates are expected to:

  1. To demonstrate Pancasila’s values and awareness of the interest of the nation and the state. (A1)
  2. To demonstrate honesty, responsibility, confidence, emotional maturity, ethics, and awareness of being a lifelong learner. (A2)
  3. To master the concept of academic integrity in the field of pharmacy in general and the concept of plagiarism in particular, in terms of the type of plagiarism, the consequences of the offence and its prevention efforts. (K1)
  4. To master the communication principles and techniques, adapting to new environments and cutting-edge technology, and building interpersonal and interprofessional relationships. (K2)
  5. To master the principles of leadership and management, which are effective and efficient in performing tasks. (K3)
  6. To seek, evaluate, and provide information about pharmaceutical products, additives and medical devices, and their rational use. (K4)
  7. To be able to perform professionally and responsibly in accordance with statutory provisions, pharmaceutical norms and ethics. (K5)
  8. To be able to identify and resolve problems related to the efficacy and safety of pharmaceutical products based on the latest scientific principles to optimize therapy. (S1)
  9. To be able to implement the latest scientific and pharmaceutical technologies in the design, manufacture, quality assurance, and distribution of pharmaceutical products. (S2)
  10. To be able to perform services (preparing, compounding, dispensing, and providing information and education) on pharmaceutical products according to the procedure (according to the patient’s needs along with pharmaceutical products’ quality assurance). (S3)
  11. To master the science and technology for development and research in the field of pharmacy, especially those based on Indonesian natural wealth and local wisdom in resolving global health issues, and developing themselves sustainably. (S4)
  12. To be able to apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking by utilising information technology to produce solutions realised in scientific documents and implementation of areas of expertise with integrity. (G1)
  13. To be able to develop networks, be adaptive, creative and contributive, provide supervision, evaluate and make decisions in order to show independent and group performance to apply knowledge to community life. (G2)


  • A: Attitude
  • K: Knowledge
  • S: Specific skill
  • G: General skill