Competence of Graduates


  1. fear God Almighty and be able to show a religious attitude;
  2. upholding human values ​​in carrying out their duties based on religious, moral, and ethical values;
  3. internalize academic values, norms, and ethics;
  4. demonstrate behavior based on noble moral values, respect differences and be empathetic;
  5. contribute to improving the quality of life in society, nation, state, and the progress of civilization based on Pancasila;
  6. act as citizens who are proud and love their homeland, have nationalism and a sense of responsibility to the state and nation;
  7. respect the diversity of cultures, views, religions, and beliefs, as well as the opinions or original findings of others;
  8. cooperate and have social sensitivity and concern for society and the environment;
  9. obey the law and discipline in the life of society and the state;
  10. demonstrate a responsible attitude towards work in the field of Psychology independently;
  11. internalize the spirit of independence, struggle, and entrepreneurship; and
  12. Developing the character of independence supported by a critical attitude towards the development of science, technology, and information


  1. major theoretical concepts about human mental processes and functions (such as memory, emotion, and motivation), as well as history and schools in psychology;
  2. theoretical concepts about the influence of the brain and nervous system on behavior;
  3. theoretical concepts about the learning process;
  4. personality theories;
  5. theoretical concepts of human development from conception to old age;
  6. theoretical concepts of mental health and psychopathology;
  7. the theoretical concept of human relations with their social environment;
  8. basic concepts and theories in Industrial and Organizational Psychology;
  9. basic statistical techniques and basic research methodologies;
  10. stages of compiling psychological scales, concepts in psychological measurement (validity, reliability, norms), classical test theory, and basic concepts in psychometry;
  11. basic concepts and principles of psychodiagnostics, interview techniques, observation techniques, and basic theoretical concepts that underlie psychological tests;
  12. basics of counselling, psychoeducation, training, and psychotherapy;
  13. theoretical concepts of interpersonal communication and mass communication;
  14. the principles of the community approach in seeking to improve mental health;
  15. scientific writing procedures with American Psychological Association (APA) standards;
  16. the principles of professional ethics and the Indonesian Psychological Code of Ethics; and
  17. theoretical concept of self and career development


  1. Have assessment ability; able to conduct interviews, observations, psychological tests that are allowed in accordance with psychodiagnostic principles and the Indonesian Psychological Code of Ethics;
  2. Have psychological measurement skills: able to develop psychological measurement instruments based on the rules of classical test theory;
  3. Have the ability to solve psychological problems: able to analyze non-clinical psychological problems and behavioral problems, as well as present alternative solutions to existing problems;
  4. Possess psychological intervention skills: able to perform psychological interventions using counseling, psychoeducation, training, and other allowed intervention techniques based on theoretical concepts in psychology and the Indonesian Psychological Code of Ethics;
  5. Possess professional and interpersonal relationship skills: able to rapport and build effective professional relationships as well as build healthy interpersonal relationships;
  6. Have communication skills: able to convey ideas in writing, present presentations effectively, and use information technology responsibly;
  7. Have research skills: able to conduct psychological research using quantitative research methodologies (at least with descriptive statistical analysis or bivariate inferential, and non-parametric for observed variables), and with generic qualitative research methodologies;
  8. Have the ability to self-development: able to plan and develop a career and self-development (career and personal development); and
  9. Have psychological ethics: able to account for work results based on the Indonesian Psychological Code of Ethics


  1. Able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and applies humanities values ​​in accordance with their field of expertise;
  2. Able to demonstrate independent, quality, and measurable performance;
  3. Able to examine the implications of the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and applies humanities values ​​according to their expertise based on scientific principles, procedures and ethics in order to produce solutions, ideas, designs or art criticism, compile scientific descriptions of the results of their studies in the form of a thesis or final project report , and upload it on the college website;
  4. Compile a scientific description of the results of the studies mentioned above in the form of a thesis or final project report, and upload it on the university's website;
  5. Able to make appropriate decisions in the context of solving problems in their area of ​​expertise, based on the results of information and data analysis;
  6. Able to maintain and develop a network with supervisors, colleagues, colleagues both inside and outside the institution;
  7. Able to be responsible for the achievement of group work results and supervise and evaluate the completion of work assigned to workers under their responsibility;
  8. Able to carry out the process of self-evaluation of the work group under their responsibility, and able to manage learning independently;
  9. Able to enforce academic integrity in general, document, store, secure, and retrieve data to ensure validity and prevent plagiarism;
  10. Able to adapt, work together, be creative, contribute, and innovate in applying science to social life and play a role as a global citizen with a global perspective; and
  11. Able to use information technology in the context of scientific development and implementation of areas of expertise