Graduate Profile

The Management Study Program Graduate Profile

The Management Study Program graduate profile consists of:

  1. Researchers
  2. Entrepreneurs
  3. Managers

To achieve the vision and profile of graduates, several activities and programmes at MSP are designed by accumulating experience and excellence through curriculum development, creating a conducive learning environment and atmosphere, collaborating nationally and internationally, collaborating with alumni and the industry, and other opportunities. This is done to shape and develop graduates who become entrepreneurs and business leaders in the future. Curriculum development and implementation refers to the Expected Learning Outcomes (ELOs) as stipulated in the Regulation of the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia 

The ELOs of the Management Study Program are constructed with reference to Minister of Research, Technology, and Higher Education Regulation No. 44 of 2015 which includes: 1) Attitudes, 2) Knowledge, 3) Skills (General and Specific), and 4) Personal Development/Work Experience. The four graduate competencies are then translated into 10 pillars of graduate competence (hereinafter referred to as the main pillars of learning outcomes), namely:

  1. Attitudes. Obedient and upholding the norms, values, morals of Pancasila, al-Islam and Muhammadiyah values, general and professional ethics, adaptive, able to adjust quickly in the work environment, has a responsible work ethic and carries out the best efforts in every activity and behaves professionally (ELO 1).
  2. Knowledge. Able to apply basic management knowledge (Introduction to Business, Introduction to Management, Production/Operations Management, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management, and Financial Management), and its relationship with other basic sciences such as the basics of Micro and Macro Economics, Business Mathematics, Accounting, Computing and Information Technology (ELO 3), as well as able to evaluate, make decisions, and communicate the results of their work appropriately and able to develop a network, both inside and outside the organization (ELO 4).
  3. General Skills. Able to apply management functions (planning, organizing, directing and controlling) into the functional areas of the organization (marketing, human resources, operations and finance) (ELO 5). In addition, students are expected to be able to apply management concepts into the formulation and implementation of strategic plans and operational plans (ELO 6). Furthermore, students are expected to be able to conduct theoretical and empirical studies of management science based on the scientific method (ELO 7).
  4. Specific Skills. Comprehending the concept of management theory and applying it in managing and solving problems that occur in various types of business and non-business organizations at local, national, and global levels. (ELO 8). Able to carry out scientific steps of data collection, data processing, data analysis and interpretation, and able to manage a research in management science (ELO 9). Understand and implement the principles of leadership, entrepreneurship, and skilled in using computers for problem solving and communication purposes internet access in the management of business organizations (ELO 10).
  5. Self Development. Able to update their competence with lifelong learning that is in line with the latest business environment conditions to compete nationally and internationally by upholding the values of Pancasila and its relevant science (universality, objectivity, freedom, respect for reality and truth) (ELO 2).

Competencies of graduates of the Management Study Program

Graduate Profiles


Offered Courses (Samples)


Manage organizational resources through Planning, Organizing, Actuating, Controlling and Leading (ELO 5, ELO 6, ELO 7, ELO 8)

Marketing Management

Financial management

HR Management

Operational Management

Business Feasibility Study

Strategic Management

Practicum in the Lab. Management


Problem solving in organizational problems (ELO 4 and ELO 6)

Research methods


Economic math

Marketing Management

HR Management

Operational Management

Financial management

Indonesian & English



Ability to manage business which includes technical skills, conceptual, humanist skills (understanding, communicating, relating or connecting to other people) (ELO 3, ELO 7, ELO 8, and ELO 10).

Introduction to Management


Introduction to Accounting

Cost Accounting

Management Accounting

Introduction to Business

HR Management

Operational Management

Financial management

Marketing Management

Practicum in Management Laboratory

The successful achievements of ELOs of the Management Study Program graduates are as follows:

  1. The market share of prospective students with high academic achievement and skills continues to increase, and there is no decline in the market share of prospective new students.
  2. Prospective students and students with upper-middle socioeconomic status are increasing while still providing opportunities for prospective students with lower socio-economic status.
  3. The number of international students is increasing.
  4. Increased student retention (drop-out rate is decreasing).
  5. Satisfactory offline and online based learning.
  6. An increasing number of student participation in off-campus mobility programmes, and in the industrial world.
  7. Students come from all over Indonesia.
  8. Student satisfaction rate on academic services is getting higher.
  9. The waiting period to get a job is on average less than 4 months after graduation.
  10. The number of graduates who become entrepreneurs is increasing.