Program Learning Outcomes

Meteorology Study Programme sets several Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) for its graduates:

  1. Able to use basic science and mathematics as the foundation to understand principles of Meteorology
  2. Able to describe the atmosphere and weather/climate phenomena
  3. Able to demonstrate his understanding and basic knowledge on basic meteorology to explain weather/climate phenomena
  4. Able to explain the basic principles of weather observation, including the types, function, and standard for measuring weather and climate parameters
  5. Able to utilize both conventional and non-conventional instruments to obtain data and information about the atmosphere
  6. Able to process big data for weather and climate to understand weather and climate phenomena
  7. Able to operate computational software in accordance to the algorithms learned to solve standard scientific problems in meteorology
  8. Able to design a weather simulation and/or weather interaction with the environment as applications in meteorology
  9. Able to interpret and analyze the results of data processing and/or simulation to obtain information and/or new knowledge for meteorological issues
  10. Having the basic ability in verbal communication and able to write proper scientific reports
  11. Having a good knowledge on the contribution of meteorology for solving environmental problems, especially issues related to hydro-meteorological disaster and its mitigation
  12. Able to work effectively in team and individually
  13. Having good responsibility and ethics in both academics and professional field
  14. Able to show the will for continuous self-improvement and the readiness to pursue higher education

PLO-1 to PLO-11 are related to Professional Accomplishment. PLO-12 and PLO-13 are General Accomplishment and PLO-14 is Academic Accomplishment.