Graduate Competencies

used-wisuda-upay-resizeMAIN COMPETENCIES

The main competence of Communication Science is the founding competence of Communication Science Program graduates.

Journalism

  • Mastering the theoretical concepts of communication science in deepening and practicing journalism both for the needs of mass media (newspapers, radio, TV and film) and new media (internet).
  • Able to take advantage of advances in communication and information technology for the purposes of journalistic practice and management of mass media and new media.
  • Able to work independently or in a team work on the basis of high collegiality in completing work in the field of journalism, and carry out professionally with full sense of responsibility.
  • Able to make strategic decisions based on the analysis of information and data in choosing the right solution for solving journalistic procedural problems in practice.

Public Relations

  • Mastering the theoretical concepts of communication science in deepening and practicing public relations for public, corporate, and other social institutions.
  • Able to take advantage of advances in communications and information technology for the practical purposes of Public Relations and management of public information agencies, commercial private companies, and other social institutions.
  • Able to work independently or in a work team on the basis of high credentials in completing public relations work, and carrying out professionally with full of responsibility.
  • Able to make strategic decisions based on information and data analysis, in choosing the right solution for solving procedural problems in public relations practice.

Broadcasting

  • Mastering the theoretical concepts of communication science in deepening and practicing Radio and Television broadcasting for the benefit of public broadcasters, business (commercial) and for community broadcasters
  • Able to take advantage of advances in communications and information technology for the purposes of broadcasting and broadcasting, and the management of public broadcasters, commercials or community broadcasters
  • Able to work independently as well as in a work team on the basis of high degree of collegiality in completing the work in the field of broadcasting, and carried out professionally with full sense of responsibility.
  • Able to make strategic decisions based on information and data analysis, in choosing the right solution for solving procedural problems in radio and radio broadcasting practice.

SUPPORTING COMPETENCIES

Supporting competencies Communication science is an additional competency by the Communication Studies Program to strengthen its core competencies and characterize the excellence of Communication Studies Program.

Journalism

  • Mastering methods of coverage and news writing as a valuable information, entertainment, education, and opinion.
  • Mastering the use of equipment in the news retrieval of voice or image recording devices, photography tools, and the operation of computers in the production process news
  • Have the skills to write, edit, and produce news.
  • Have interview skills with news sources.
  • Able to manage mass media institutions (newspapers, radio, TV, online media) based on honest, balanced, fair and democratic values both individually and team.

Public Relations

  • Mastering the methods of public opinion research and ways of controlling it
  • Mastering media production methods for both large media (mass media) and small media format (bottom line media and line up).
  • Mastering the use of equipment in shooting, recording, operating the computer, data base, and online
  • Able to create a good relationship with the mass media, community groups or communities, as well as other groups that have a relationship with the interests of the institution he leads.
  • Able to manage the Public Relations institution based on honesty, balanced, fair and democratic values both individually and team.

Broadcasting

  • Mastering methods of coverage and news writing are valuable information, entertainment, education, and opinion.
  • Mastering the use of equipment in the news retrieval of sound and image recording devices, photography tools, and the operation of computers in the production process news.
  • Mastering the shooting method for feasible broadcasting, both outdoor and indoor studios.
  • Able to be a presenter in newscasts, talk shows, and as a director of events.
  • Able to develop a review (evaluation) of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the process of institutional management and broadcasting / reportage / presentation activities.
  • Able to manage the institutions and activities of broadcasting / reporting / presentation of radio and TV programs / programs based on honest, balanced, fair and democratic values both individually and team.

OTHER COMPETENCIES

Another competence is the competence of graduates set by the Communication Science Program as a feature of its graduates and to provide graduate supplies in order to have breadth in choosing the field of life and can improve the quality of life.

Journalism

  • Understand the sociological aspects of society that can help and facilitate in carrying out his profession as a journalist.
  • Understanding global developments in broadening their horizons so they can think comprehensively in news coverage.
  • Have a network with news sources.
  • Know and adhere to the laws, ethics and morality associated with the journalistic profession, such as Press Laws, Broadcasting Laws, Public Information Disclosure Act, and the Law on electronic information and transactions, the Journalistic Code of Ethics, and others.

Public Relations

  • Understand the sociological aspects of society that can help and facilitate in carrying out his profession as a public relations / public relations officer.
  • Understanding global developments in broadening their horizons so as to think comprehensively in policy-making and decisions relating to public relations agencies in which they work.
  • Has a wide network with public / community groups, communities, and social and political organizations.
  • Know and hold firm to the laws, ethics and morality associated with the public relations profession, such as press laws, broadcasting laws, Public Information Disclosure laws, and the Law on electronic information and transactions, the Public Code of Ethics Relations and others.

Broadcasting

  • Understand the sociological aspects of society that can help and facilitate in carrying out his profession as a Broadcaster.
  • Understanding global developments in broadening their horizons so as to think comprehensively in policy making and decisions relating to broadcasters in which they work.
  • Having a wide network with public / community groups, communities, and social and political organizations as resource persons in the news.
  • Know and adhere to the laws, ethics and morality relating to the broadcasting profession, such as the Broadcasting Act, Pornography Act, Public Information Disclosure Act, and the Law on Information and Electronic Transactions, the Broadcasting Code of Conduct, and etc.