Profile of Graduates

Various roles that can be done by graduates of Urban and Regional Planning study programs in the field of expertise or certain fields of work after completing the lecture period.

Profile Learning Access
Researcher and Data Analysis
  • Able to identify problems that require analysis.
  • Develop database and manage data.
  • Able to process data and create informative and creative data visualization.
  • Have logical-critical thinking and scientific attitude.
  • Able to perform advanced and predictive data analysis from big data.
  • Mastering methods of data collection and data analysis.
  • Dare to publish ideas and problem solving.
City and Territory Planner
  • Able to apply the principles of sustainable development.
  • Able to communicate well.
  • Mastering technology to support data presentation.
  • Have empathy and tolerance.
  • Mastering various types of reports.
  • Able to compile effective reports.
  • Able to prepare city and or regional planning.
  • Able to evaluate the implementation of planning.
Project Manager
  • Able to apply management principles (POAC) in project management.
  • Able to apply risk management in projects.
  • Have leadership skills.
Public Facilitator and Community Empowerment

Analyzing in a participatory, transparent, effective-efficient, accountable, and measurable context with sustainable principles in the implementation of housing and settlements.

Housing Development
  • Mastering and understanding the problems of implementing housing and settlements in a comprehensive, disaster-friendly manner, both in urban and rural areas.
  • Develop and formulate appropriate and better housing and settlement policies and strategies.
  • Cooperating in the housing and settlement implementation process, through a process of productive interaction between stakeholders.
Economic Development

Able to identify economic potential using relevant analytical methods.

Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Planner
  • Able to collect data, analyze, and solve problems related to the environment and natural resources.
  • Able to formulate a spatial plan concept by taking into account the carrying and supporting capacity of the environment.
Food Resilience Group
  • Able to identify the potential of the region's natural resources.
  • Able to analyze the potential of the region's natural resources.
  • Able to make alternatives and strategies for regional natural resource development.
Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Group
  • Able to analyze the risks and dangers of a disaster so that they can arrange efforts to anticipate and minimize disaster damage.
  • Able to measure the vulnerability and vulnerability of a land or location that has a disaster risk.
  • Able to arrange disaster adaptation and mitigation in anticipating and solving problems related to ecology and disaster.
  • Able to apply mapping survey methods and techniques spatially for the purpose of distributing the location and area of the disaster for the benefit of disaster mitigation and adaptation with the Geographic Information System (GIS) method.
Land Development, Urban Parks, and Recreation Planners

Mastering communication and visual presentation techniques.

Financial Planning/Banking Manager
  • Able to analyze financial strategy.
  • Able to manage and apply financial functions.
  • Able to supervise and make decisions on the team.
Transportation Planner

Able to analyze pull and rise, as well as movement projection.